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The relationship of school absenteeism with body mass index, academic achievement, and socioeconomic status among fourth-grade children.
BACKGROUND Data from a school-based study concerning fourth-grade children's dietary recall accuracy were linked with data from the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) through the SouthExpand
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Accuracy of fourth-graders' dietary recalls of school breakfast and school lunch validated with observations: in-person versus telephone interviews.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the accuracy of children's dietary recalls of school breakfast and school lunch validated with observations and obtained during in-person versus telephone interviews. Expand
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Fourth-grade children's consumption of fruit and vegetable items available as part of school lunches is closely related to preferences.
OBJECTIVE To use data from observations and interviews to document fourth-graders' preferences for, and consumption of, fruits compared to vegetables available as part of school lunches. DESIGNExpand
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Impact of gender, ethnicity, meal component, and time interval between eating and reporting on accuracy of fourth-graders' self-reports of school lunch.
OBJECTIVE To validate fourth-graders' self-reports of school lunch by comparing their reports to lunch observations, and to determine the impact on accuracy of gender, ethnicity, meal component, andExpand
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Cognitive processes in children's dietary recalls: insight from methodological studies
  • S. Baxter
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • 4 February 2009
Background/Objectives:This article summarizes 12 dietary-reporting methodological studies with children (six validation studies, one non-validation study, five secondary analyses studies of data fromExpand
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Low accuracy and low consistency of fourth-graders' school breakfast and school lunch recalls.
OBJECTIVE To determine the accuracy and consistency of fourth-graders' school breakfast and school lunch recalls obtained during 24-hour recalls and compared with observed intake. DESIGN ChildrenExpand
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Reverse versus forward order reporting and the accuracy of fourth-graders' recalls of school breakfast and school lunch.
BACKGROUND Do children recall school breakfast and school lunch intake during 24-h recalls more accurately when prompted to report meals and snacks in reverse versus forward order? METHODS OneExpand
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Interview format influences the accuracy of children's dietary recalls validated with observations
This report describes a comparison of the accuracy of children's dietary recalls obtained using either open or meal format interviews. Fourth-graders were randomly selected, observed eating schoolExpand
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Children's Social Desirability and Dietary Reports.
We investigated telephone administration of the Children's Social Desirability (CSD) scale and our adaptation for children of the Social Desirability for Food scale (C-SDF). Each of 100 4th-gradersExpand
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Influence of school, class, ethnicity, and gender on agreement of fourth graders to participate in a nutrition study.
This article describes the methods used to recruit fourth-grade children for a school-based study concerning the accuracy of their school breakfast and lunch recalls, and it reports the impact ofExpand
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