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Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake

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Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake. / Kallonen, Antti; Nieminen, Hannu; Das, Soumya; Sallinen, Riitta.

Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society: Fighting Inequalities (WIS 2018). 2018. p. 25-30 (TUCS Lecture Notes; Vol. 28).

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Kallonen, A, Nieminen, H, Das, S & Sallinen, R 2018, Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake. in Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society: Fighting Inequalities (WIS 2018). TUCS Lecture Notes, vol. 28, pp. 25-30, International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society, 27/09/18.

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Kallonen, A., Nieminen, H., Das, S., & Sallinen, R. (2018). Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake. In Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society: Fighting Inequalities (WIS 2018) (pp. 25-30). (TUCS Lecture Notes; Vol. 28).

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Kallonen A, Nieminen H, Das S, Sallinen R. Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake. In Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society: Fighting Inequalities (WIS 2018). 2018. p. 25-30. (TUCS Lecture Notes).

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Kallonen, Antti ; Nieminen, Hannu ; Das, Soumya ; Sallinen, Riitta. / Comparison of food frequency questionnaire data and shopping records for the assessment of food intake. Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Well-Being in the Information Society: Fighting Inequalities (WIS 2018). 2018. pp. 25-30 (TUCS Lecture Notes).

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