Nutrition Assessment

Ecological momentary assessment of environmental and personal factors and snack food intake in African American women.

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Dec 02, 2014

This study examined contributions of environmental and personal factors (specifically, food availability and expense, daily hassles, self-efficacy, positive and negative affect) to within-person and between-person variations in snack food intake in 100 African American women.

Merging dietary assessment with the adolescent lifestyle.

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Jan 23, 2014

The use of image-based dietary assessment methods shows promise for improving dietary self-report among children.

Accessibility and preferred use of online Web applications among WIC participants with Internet access.

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May 09, 2014

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the current technology use of clients in the western Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) region and the preferences these current clients have for using new technologies to interact with WIC.

A review of the use of information and communication technologies for dietary assessment.

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Jul 14, 2009

Presently used dietary-assessment methods often present difficulties for researchers and respondents, and misreporting errors are common. Methods using information and communication technologies (ICT) may improve quality and accuracy.

Feasibility testing of an automated image-capture method to aid dietary recall.

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Oct 05, 2011

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The accuracy of dietary recalls might be enhanced by providing participants with photo images of foods they consumed during the test period.

New technology in dietary assessment: a review of digital methods in improving food record accuracy.

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Jan 22, 2013

Methods for conducting dietary assessment in the United States date back to the early twentieth century. Methods of assessment encompassed dietary records, written and spoken dietary recalls, FFQ using pencil and paper and more recently computer and internet applications.