Social desirability response bias and dietary inventory responses.

@article{Worsley1984SocialDR,
  title={Social desirability response bias and dietary inventory responses.},
  author={Anthony Worsley and Katrine I Baghurst and D R Leitch},
  journal={Human nutrition. Applied nutrition},
  year={1984},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={29-35}
}
Royal Australian Air Force recruits completed a dietary frequency inventory (n = 309), a short social desirability inventory phrased in dietary terms (SDF, n = 309), and, in addition, a subsample answered the Marlow-Crowne social desirability scale (n = 96). Correlational and factor analyses showed that the SDF scores were related to the MC scale; and, the scores on the SDF scale were significantly related to the reported consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables and snack foods. In a further… CONTINUE READING

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