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1. Effects on childhood obesity of participation in multiple federal nutrition assistance programs (id:55291)

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2. Food security and food access among emergency food pantry households (id:50614)

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3. Effects on childhood obesity of participation in multiple federal nutrition assistance programs (id:50612)

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4. Food security and food access among emergency food pantry households (id:55292)

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5. Food stamp effects on food preparation and consumption patterns (id:50616)

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6. Food stamp effects on food preparation and consumption patterns (id:55303)

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7. The role of time use in promoting healthy energy balance (id:50607)

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8. Aging low-income women raising minor children : employment, family structure, and receipt of food stamps and other public assistance (id:50034)

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9. Errors in survey reporting and imputation and their effects on estimates of Food Stamp Program participation (id:50609)

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10. Participation in the Food Stamp Program by U.S.-born children of immigrants before and after the Farm Bill Act of 2002 (id:49918)

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11. How much does SNAP reduce food insecurity? (id:42004)

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12. State trends in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program eligibility and participation among elderly individuals : final report (id:45316)

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13. The food assistance landscape : FY 2009 annual report (id:41694)

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14. Determinants of the food stamp program caseload (id:32849)

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15. Does SNAP decrease food insecurity? : untangling the self-selection effect (id:36555)

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16. Does SNAP decrease food insecurity? : untangling the self-selection effect (id:36558)

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17. Effects of economic conditions and program policy on state food stamp program caseloads, 2000 to 2006 (id:35893)

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18. RIDGE project summaries, 2008 : Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Innovation and Development Grants in Economics Program (id:35360)

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19. Tribal food assistance : a comparison of the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (id:38008)

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20. WIC and the battle against childhood overweight (id:34169)