Lori Andersen Spruance
Lori Andersen Spruance
Associate Professor, Brigham Young University
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College student television binge watching: Conceptualization, gratifications, and perceived consequences
JM Vaterlaus, LA Spruance, K Frantz, JS Kruger
The Social Science Journal 56 (4), 470-479, 2019
Tobacco advertising/promotions and adolescents’ smoking risk in Northern Africa
AS Madkour, EC Ledford, L Andersen, CC Johnson
Tobacco control 23 (3), 244-252, 2014
Parent–child relationships and the COVID-19 pandemic: An exploratory qualitative study with parents in early, middle, and late adulthood
JM Vaterlaus, T Shaffer, EV Patten, LA Spruance
Journal of Adult Development 28 (3), 251-263, 2021
The relationship between the social environment and lifestyle-related physical activity in a low-income African American inner-city southern neighborhood
L Andersen, J Gustat, AB Becker
Journal of community health 40, 967-974, 2015
Who eats school breakfast? Parent perceptions of school breakfast in a state with very low participation
LA Spruance, C Harrison, P Brady, M Woolford, H LeBlanc
Journal of School Health 88 (2), 139-149, 2018
Youth walking and biking rates vary by environments around 5 Louisiana schools
J Gustat, K Richards, J Rice, L Andersen, K Parker‐Karst, S Cole
Journal of school health 85 (1), 36-42, 2015
The FIT Game III: Reducing the operating expenses of a game-based approach to increasing healthy eating in elementary schools
D Joyner, HJ Wengreen, SS Aguilar, LA Spruance, BA Morrill, GJ Madden
Games for health journal 6 (2), 111-118, 2017
Disaster management and school nutrition: a qualitative study of emergency feeding during the COVID-19 pandemic
EV Patten, L Spruance, JM Vaterlaus, M Jones, E Beckstead
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 121 (8), 1441-1453, 2021
Are you still watching?”: Correlations between binge TV watching, diet and physical activity
LA Spruance, M Karmakar, JS Kruger, JM Vaterlaus
Journal of Obesity & Weight Management, 1-8, 2017
Lunch salad bars in New Orleans’ middle and high schools: student intake of fruit and vegetables
CC Johnson, L Myers, AR Mundorf, K O’Malley, LA Spruance, DM Harris
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (4), 415, 2017
COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing in the United States: A mixed-methods study on lived experiences and well-being
JM Vaterlaus, LA Spruance, EV Patten
The Social Science Journal, 1-13, 2021
Adolescent student use of school‐based salad bars
L Andersen, L Myers, K O'Malley, AR Mundorf, DM Harris, CC Johnson
Journal of School Health 85 (10), 722-727, 2015
Teachers’ experience and perspectives of traditional breakfast and breakfast in the classroom
N Stokes, L Spruance, EV Patten, EK Lybbert
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 51 (8), 936-945, 2019
Individual-and school-level factors related to school-based salad bar use among children and adolescents
LA Spruance, L Myers, K O’Malley, D Rose, CC Johnson
Health Education & Behavior 44 (6), 885-897, 2017
School nutrition professionals’ employee safety experiences during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
EV Patten, E Beckstead, M Jones, LA Spruance, D Hayes
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 53 (1), 2-9, 2021
# Alonetogether:: An Exploratory Study of Social Media Use at the Beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic
JM Vaterlaus, EV Patten, LA Spruance
The Journal of Social Media in Society 11 (1), 27-45, 2022
“Please bring a healthy snack”: An exploratory study on parent experiences with post-game snacks and beverages in youth sports
LA Spruance, JM Vaterlaus, A Haines, J Walker
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 38 (2), 2020
Do youth consume more calories than they expended in youth sports leagues? An observational study of physical activity, snacks, and beverages
N Bennion, LA Spruance, JE Maddock
American Journal of Health Behavior 44 (2), 180-187, 2020
Driving Distance and Food Accessibility: A Geospatial Analysis of the Food Environment in the Navajo Nation and Border Towns
N Bennion, AH Redelfs, L Spruance, S Benally, C Sloan-Aagard
Frontiers in Nutrition 9, 904119, 2022
Social media behaviors and experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic: Associations with anxiety, depression, and stress
JM Vaterlaus, LA Spruance, EV Patten
Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences 15 (1), 217-230, 2021
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