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2011-12-01Using regression calibration equations that combine self-reported intake and biomarker measures to obtain unbiased estimates and more powerful tests of dietary associationsFreedman, LS; Midthune, D; Carroll, RJ; Tasevska, N; Schatzkin, A; Mares, J; Tinker, L; Potischman, N; Kipnis, V
2019-09-01Measurement error correction and sensitivity analysis in longitudinal dietary intervention studies using an external validation studySiddique, J; Daniels, MJ; Carroll, RJ; Raghunathan, TE; Stuart, EA; Freedman, LS
2016-12-01Moment reconstruction and moment-adjusted imputation when exposure is generated by a complex, nonlinear random effects modeling processPotgieter, CJ; Wei, R; Kipnis, V; Freedman, LS; Carroll, RJ
2011-02-16Fitting a bivariate measurement error model for episodically consumed dietary componentsZhang, S; Krebs-Smith, SM; Midthune, D; Perez, A; Buckman, DW; Kipnis, V; Freedman, LS; Dodd, KW; Carroll, RJ
2013-06-01A measurement error model for physical activity level as measured by a questionnaire with application to the 1999-2006 nhanes questionnaireTooze, JA; Troiano, RP; Carroll, RJ; Moshfegh, AJ; Freedman, LS
2016-11-01The impact of stratification by implausible energy reporting status on estimates of diet-health relationshipsTooze, JA; Freedman, LS; Carroll, RJ; Midthune, D; Kipnis, V
2015-11-30A statistical model for measurement error that incorporates variation over time in the target measure, with application to nutritional epidemiologyFreedman, LS; Midthune, D; Dodd, KW; Carroll, RJ; Kipnis, V
2011-07-01Validating an FFQ for intake of episodically consumed foods: Application to the National Institutes of Health-AARP Diet and Health StudyMidthune, D; Schatzkin, A; Subar, AF; Thompson, FE; Freedman, LS; Carroll, RJ; Shumakovich, MA; Kipnis, V
2012-10-15Regression calibration with more surrogates than mismeasured variablesKipnis, V; Midthune, D; Freedman, LS; Carroll, RJ
2012-02-15Taking advantage of the strengths of 2 different dietary assessment instruments to improve intake estimates for nutritional epidemiologyCarroll, RJ; Midthune, D; Subar, AF; Shumakovich, M; Freedman, LS; Thompson, FE; Kipnis, V
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