Cooking, Mealtime and Physical Activities Incorporated in the Home Environment One Year After Initial Intervention: iCook 4-H
Objective: iCook 4-H is a 2-year intervention study with out-of-school and at-home activities around cooking, eating and playing together for youth and their adult main food preparer (dyad). The objective was to elicit feedback from the dyads one year following the initial 12-week sessions.
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
DOI of Published Version
White, Jade A.; Famodu, O; Barr, Makenzie L.; Merfeld, C; Kattelmann, Kendra; and et al, "Cooking, Mealtime and Physical Activities Incorporated in the Home Environment One Year After Initial Intervention: iCook 4-H" (2015). Health and Nutritional Sciences Faculty Publications. 377.