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Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
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William J McCarthy

Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Research and Psychology Department, University of California, Los Angeles, USA


McCarthy was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1919. When he was 15, McCarthy stole a car and took Boston police on a high-speed chase. He ditched the car near the offices of Teamsters Local 25 and hid in the cab of a tractor-trailer truck. When the driver returned, McCarthy talked him into taking him to New York City. McCarthy and the driver became friends, and McCarthy learned to drive a big rig. In 1936, McCarthy stole a blank baptismal certificate and faked his birth date so he could qualify for a chauffeur's license.

Television Viewing and Food Choice Patterns in a Sample of Predominantly Ethnic Minority Youth

Objective: To examine the cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships between television viewing and preferred food choices in a sample of ethnic minority, low income adolescents. Methods: A sample of predominantly minority students (n=133) completed surveys at two time points, six months apart. Linear regression models examined television viewi... Read More»

Daheia J Barr-Anderson, William J McCarthy, Michelle Yore, Kajuandra A Harris and Antronette (Toni) K Yancey

Research Article: J Child Adolesc Behav 2013, 1: 106

DOI: 10.4172/2375-4494.1000106

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