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Adult recall of adolescent diet: reproducibility and comparison with maternal reporting.

Many cancers have long latency periods, and dietary factors in adolescence may plausibly affect cancer occurrence in adulthood. Because of a lack of prospective data, retrospective collection of data on adolescent diet is essential. The authors evaluated a 124-item high school food frequency questio... Full description

Journal Title: American journal of epidemiology January 1, 2005, Vol.161(1), pp.89-97
Main Author: Maruti, Sonia S
Other Authors: Feskanich, Diane , Colditz, Graham A , Frazier, A Lindsay , Sampson, Laura A , Michels, Karin B , Hunter, David J , Spiegelman, Donna , Willett, Walter C
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title: Adult recall of adolescent diet: reproducibility and comparison with maternal reporting.
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  • Maruti, Sonia S
  • Feskanich, Diane
  • Colditz, Graham A
  • Frazier, A Lindsay
  • Sampson, Laura A
  • Michels, Karin B
  • Hunter, David J
  • Spiegelman, Donna
  • Willett, Walter C
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  • Adolescent–Psychology
  • Adult–Psychology
  • Aged–Psychology
  • Aged, 80 and Over–Psychology
  • Diet–Psychology
  • Female–Psychology
  • Humans–Psychology
  • Mental Recall–Psychology
  • Middle Aged–Psychology
  • Mothers–Psychology
  • Prospective Studies–Psychology
  • Reproducibility of Results–Psychology
  • Statistics, Nonparametric–Psychology
  • Surveys and Questionnaires–Psychology
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description: Many cancers have long latency periods, and dietary factors in adolescence may plausibly affect cancer occurrence in adulthood. Because of a lack of prospective data, retrospective collection of data on adolescent diet is essential. The authors evaluated a 124-item high school food frequency questionnaire (HS-FFQ) assessing diet during high school (15-35 years in the past) that was completed in 1998 by 45,947 US women in the Nurses' Health Study II (NHSII) cohort. To assess reproducibility, the authors readministered the HS-FFQ approximately 4 years later to 333 of these women. The mean Pearson correlation for 38 nutrient intakes was 0.65 (range, 0.50-0.77), and the mean Spearman rank correlation for food intakes was 0.60 (range, 0.37-0.77). Current adult diet was only weakly correlated with recalled adolescent diet (for nutrient intakes, mean r = 0.20). For assessment of validity, 272 mothers of the NHSII participants were asked to report information on their daughters' adolescent diets using the HS-FFQ. In this comparison, the mean Pearson correlation was 0.40 (range, 0.13-0.59) for nutrients, and the mean Spearman rank correlation for foods was 0.30 (range, 0.10-0.61). While further studies are warranted, these findings imply that this food frequency questionnaire provides a reasonable record of adolescent diet. [PUBLICATION ]
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