Isoldi KK, Dalton S. Calories in the Classroom: Celebration Foods Offered and Consumed during Classroom Parties at an Elementary School in a Low-Income, Urban Community.  Childhood Obesity. 2012;8(4):378-383.

Isoldi KK, Dalton S, Rodriguez DP, Nestle M.  Classroom "Cupcake" Celebrations: Observations Of Foods Offered and Consumed. J of Nutrition Education and Behavior. 2012;44:71-75.

Panunzio MF, Antoniciello A, Pisano A, Dalton S.  Nutrition education intervention by teachers may promote fruit and vegetable consumption in Italian students.  Nutrition Research. 2007(9):524-528.

Dalton S.  Obesity trends:  Past, present and future.  Topics in Clinical Nutrition. 2006:21(2):76-94. 

Dalton S. The physiology of fullness. Beard House: The James Beard Foundation. 2001:15(1):42-43.

Dalton S, Watts SO. Defining Childhood Obesity: Revised 2000 Growth Charts, Body Mass Index, and Public Perceptions. Topics in Clinical Nutirtion. 2002; 17(5): 7-20.
Dalton S. The dietitians’ philosophy and practice in multidisciplinary weight management. J Am Diet Assoc. 1998;98(supp2)S49-S61.
Reichler G, Dalton S. Chefs' attitudes toward healthy food preparation are more positive than their food science knowledge and practices. J Am Diet Assoc. 1998;98:165-169.
Dalton S. An Education and Research Opportunity in Nepal: Dietetics in a Developing Country. Topics in Clinical Nutrition, 1996;11(4):39-46.
Rabner J, Dalton S, Greenstein, RJ. Obesity Surgery: Psycho-social expectation and reality. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine. 1993; 60(4):305-310.
Nestle M, Dalton, S. Food Aid and International Hunger Crises: The United States in Somalia. Agriculture and Human Values, 1994, 11(4):19-27.
Dalton S. What are the sources and standards of ethical judgment in dietetics? J Am Diet. Assoc. 1991; 91(5):545-546.
Rascoe, D. & Dalton, S. (1993). Hungry, homeless, and HIV: A study of homeless visitors to an outreach meal center for people with AIDS. Journal of Nutrition Education, 25(4):205-207

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