Using Short-Term Dietary Intake Data to Address Research Questions Related to Usual Dietary Intake among Populations and Subpopulations: Assumptions, Statistical Techniques, and Considerations

This article provides important guidance related to the appropriate analysis and interpretation of quantitative 24-hour dietary recall data. The authors review assumptions, statistical techniques, and considerations related to the use of 24-hour dietary recall data to make inferences about usual dietary intake.

Sharon I Kirkpatrick, Patrician M Guenther, Amy F Subar, Susan M Krebs-Smith, Kirsten A Herrick, Laurence S Freedman, Kevin W Dodd
Focus Area:
Dietary data analysis
Publication type:
Peer reviewed articles