de la Haye, K, Bell, B, Salvy, SJ. (In press). The role of maternal social networks on the outcomes of a home-based childhood obesity prevention pilot intervention. Journal of Social Structure (Special issue: Social Networks & Health).
Bell, B, Spruijt-Metz, D, Vega Yon, G, Mondon, AS, Alam, R, Ma, M, Emi, I, Lach, J, Stankovic, J, de la Haye, K. (2019). Sensing eating mimicry among family members. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 9(3), 422-430.
de la Haye, K, Fluke, M, Laney, PC, Goran, M, Galama, T, Chou, CP, Salvy, SJ. (2018). In-home obesity prevention in low-income infants through maternal and social transmission. Contemporary Clinical Trials [online first]
Wilder, B, de la Haye, K, Ching, H, Tambe, M. (2018) Optimizing network structure for preventative health. 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2018).
Marks, J, de la Haye, K Barnett, L, Allender, S. (2018). Personal network characteristics as predictors of change in obesity risk behaviors in early adolescence. Journal of Research on Adolescence. [online first]
Zhang, S, de la Haye, K, Mengmeng, J, An, R. (2018). Applications of social network analysis to obesity: A systematic review. Obesity Reviews, 19(7), 976-988.
Merrin, GJ, de la Haye, K, Espelage, DL, Ewing, B, Tucker, J, Hoover, M, Green, HD. (2018).The co-evolution of bullying perpetration, homophobic teasing, and a school friendship network. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 47(3), 601–618.
de la Haye, K, Dijkstra, JK, Lubbers, MJ, van Rijsewijk, L, Stolk, R. (2017). The dual role of friendship and antipathy relations in the marginalization of overweight children in their peer networks: The TRAILS Study. PLOS One, 12(6): e0178130.
de la Haye, K, Embree, J, Punkay, M, Espelage, DL, Tucker, JS, Green, HD. (2017). Analytic strategies for longitudinal networks with missing data. Social Networks, 50, 17-25.
Salvy, SJ, de la Haye, K, Galama, T, Goran, M. (2017). Home visitation programs: An untapped opportunity for the delivery of early childhood obesity prevention. Obesity Reviews, 18, 149-163.
Allender, S, Millar, L, Hovmand, P, Bell, C, Moodie, M, Carter, R, Swinburn, B, Strugnell, C, Lowe, J, de la Haye, K, Orellana, L, Morgan, S. (2016) Whole of systems trial of prevention strategies for childhood obesity: WHO STOPS Childhood Obesity. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 13(11), 1143.
McGlashan J, Johnstone M, Creighton D, de la Haye K, Allender S. (2016). Quantifying a systems map: Network analysis of a childhood obesity causal loop diagram. PLoS ONE 11(10), e0165459.
Spruijt-Metz, D., de la Haye, K., Lach, J., Stankovic, J.A. (2016). M2FED: Monitoring and modeling family eating dynamics. 14th ACM Conference on Embedded Network Sensor Systems, pp. 352-353.
de la Haye, K, Salvy, SJ. (2016). Social network effects on childhood obesity. Childhood Obesity: Causes, Consequences and Intervention Approaches (M. Goran). CRC Press.
Salvy, SJ, de la Haye, K. (2016) Home/family-based obesity interventions and prevention efforts in infancy and early childhood. Childhood Obesity: Causes, Consequences and Intervention Approaches (M. Goran). CRC Press.
2018, How artificial intelligence can help us eat better, USC News
2017, Obese children likely to have fewer friends, bullied more often, International Business Times.
2017, The children most likely to be bullied by their own friends, CNN Health.
2017, Making fun of fat kids will make them fatter, New York Post.
2017, Los niños con sobrepeso resultan más excluidos de las amistades, El Economista (Spain).
2017, Overweight Kids Pay a Heavy Social Price, U.S. News & World Report.
2017, Mood and food: Some things to think about when raiding the fridge, USC News.
2015, Thanksgiving offers researchers a feast of data on obesity, USC News.