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Authors: Baranowski T, Islam N, Douglass D, Dadabhoy H, Beltran A, Baranowski J, Thompson D, Cullen KW, Subar AF
Title: Food Intake Recording Software System, version 4 (FIRSSt4): a self-completed 24-h dietary recall for children.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2014 Jan
Journal: J Hum Nutr Diet 27 Suppl 1():66-71
Topic(s): Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: none
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Authors: Douglass D, Islam N, Baranowski J, Chen TA, Subar AF, Zimmerman TP, Baranowski T
Title: Simulated adaptations to an adult dietary self-report tool to accommodate children: impact on nutrient estimates.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2013
Journal: J Am Coll Nutr 32(2):92-7
Topic(s): Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Monitoring Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: administration & dosage;   Adolescent;   Ascorbic Acid;   Caffeine;   Child;   Cross-Sectional Studies;   Diet Surveys;   Dietary Carbohydrates;   Dietary Fats;   Dietary Proteins;   Energy Intake;   Feasibility Studies;   Female;   Follow-Up Studies;   Humans;   Male;   Micronutrients;   Nutrition Assessment;   Self Report
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Authors: Islam NG, Dadabhoy H, Gillum A, Baranowski J, Zimmerman T, Subar AF, Baranowski T
Title: Digital food photography: dietary surveillance and beyond
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2013
Journal: Proc Food Sci 2():122-8
Topic(s): Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Monitoring Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: none
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Authors: Subar AF, Kirkpatrick SI, Mittl B, Zimmerman TP, Thompson FE, Bingley C, Willis G, Islam NG, Baranowski T, McNutt S, Potischman N
Title: The Automated Self-Administered 24-hour dietary recall (ASA24): a resource for researchers, clinicians, and educators from the National Cancer Institute.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2012 Aug
Journal: J Acad Nutr Diet 112(8):1134-7
Topic(s): Cognitive Methods in Survey Research;   Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: Automation;   Cost-Benefit Analysis;   Diet;   Diet Surveys;   Dietetics;   economics;   Humans;   instrumentation;   Internet;   Interviews as Topic;   Mental Recall;   methods;   National Cancer Institute (U.S.);   Nutrition Assessment;   Questionnaires;   Reproducibility of Results;   Research;   Self Report;   Sensitivity and Specificity;   standards;   statistics & numerical data;   United States;   utilization
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Authors: Baranowski T, Islam N, Baranowski J, Martin S, Beltran A, Dadabhoy H, Adame SH, Watson KB, Thompson D, Cullen KW, Subar AF
Title: Comparison of a Web-based versus traditional diet recall among children.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2012 Apr
Journal: J Acad Nutr Diet 112(4):527-32
Topic(s): Cognitive Methods in Survey Research;   Diet;   Epidemiology Studies & Related Methods;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: Adolescent;   Age Distribution;   Child;   Consumer Participation;   Cost-Benefit Analysis;   Diet Surveys;   Dietetics;   economics;   Female;   Humans;   instrumentation;   Internet;   Interviews as Topic;   Male;   Mental Recall;   methods;   Multivariate Analysis;   Nutrition Assessment;   Questionnaires;   Reproducibility of Results;   Self Report;   Sensitivity and Specificity;   utilization
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Authors: Baranowski T, Baranowski JC, Watson KB, Martin S, Beltran A, Islam N, Dadabhoy H, Adame SH, Cullen K, Thompson D, Buday R, Subar A
Title: Children's accuracy of portion size estimation using digital food images: effects of interface design and size of image on computer screen.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2011 Mar
Journal: Public Health Nutr 14(3):418-25
Topic(s): Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: Adolescent;   Child;   Eating;   Energy Intake;   Female;   Food;   Food Preferences;   Humans;   Male;   Multivariate Analysis;   Nutrition Assessment;   Photography;   physiology;   Questionnaires;   Random Allocation;   Size Perception;   standards
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Authors: Subar AF, Crafts J, Zimmerman TP, Wilson M, Mittl B, Islam NG, McNutt S, Potischman N, Buday R, Hull SG, Baranowski T, Guenther PM, Willis G, Tapia R, Thompson FE
Title: Assessment of the accuracy of portion size reports using computer-based food photographs aids in the development of an automated self-administered 24-hour recall.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2010 Jan
Journal: J Am Diet Assoc 110(1):55-64
Topic(s): Cognitive Methods in Survey Research;   Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: Adolescent;   Adult;   Aged;   Analysis of Variance;   classification;   Diet Surveys;   Educational Status;   Energy Intake;   Female;   Food;   Food Preferences;   Humans;   Image Processing, Computer-Assisted;   instrumentation;   Male;   Mental Recall;   methods;   Middle Aged;   Nutrition Assessment;   Photography;   physiology;   Reproducibility of Results;   Sensitivity and Specificity;   Size Perception;   standards;   Young Adult
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Authors: Zimmerman TP, Hull SG, McNutt S, Mittl B, Islam N, Guenther PM, Thompson FE, Potischman NA, Subar AF
Title: Challenges in converting an interviewer-administered food probe database to self-administration in the National Cancer Institute Automated Self-administered 24-Hour Recall (ASA24).
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2009 Dec 01
Journal: J Food Compost Anal 22(Supplement 1):S48-S51
Topic(s): Cognitive Methods in Survey Research;   Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology;   Risk Factors
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: none
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Authors: Subar AF, Thompson FE, Potischman N, Forsyth BH, Buday R, Richards D, McNutt S, Hull SG, Guenther PM, Schatzkin A, Baranowski T
Title: Formative research of a quick list for an automated self-administered 24-hour dietary recall.
Type: Journal Article
Date: 2007 Jun
Journal: J Am Diet Assoc 107(6):1002-7
Topic(s): Diet;   Methods for Assessing Risk Factors;   Research Methodology
Tumor Site(s): All sites or no specific site
Data Source/Project/Initiative(s): Automated Self-administered 24-hour Dietary Recall (ASA24)
Keywords: Adolescent;   Adult;   Aged;   Automation;   Cross-Over Studies;   Diet;   Diet Surveys;   Female;   Humans;   Internet;   Male;   Mental Recall;   Middle Aged;   Nutrition Assessment;   Pilot Projects;   Questionnaires;   Reproducibility of Results;   Sensitivity and Specificity;   Software Design;   standards;   statistics & numerical data;   United States;   United States Department of Agriculture
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