Well-controlled Diet Studies in Humans: A Practical Guide to Design and Management
Barbara H. Dennis
American Dietetic Association, 1999 - Medical - 418 pages
This comprehensive and practical volume reviews everything you need to know to design, implement, and manage human research studies. The 25 chapters are grouped into five sections: Study Design, Human Factors, The Dietary Intervention, The Research Kitchen, and Enhancing the Ou tcomes of Dietary Studies. Comprehensive resources, including numerou s figures, tables, and bibliographies accompany each chapter.
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Statistical Aspects of Controlled Diet Studies
Computer Applications in Controlled Diet Studies
Genetic Effects in Human Dietary Studies
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