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1.Project:A Behavioral Economics Experiment on the Effect of Incentives on Food Choice in the National School Lunch Program
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Samek, Anya
 Institution:University of Wisconsin, Madison
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2.Project:A Cautionary Tale: Using Propensity Scores To Estimate the Effect of Food Stamps on Food Insecurity
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Gibson-Davis, Christina M., and E. Michael Foster
 Institution:Duke University
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3.Project:A Comparison of Demographic Variables, Food/Nutrient Intakes, Level of Food Sufficiency, and Food/Nutrient Changes with Intervention Among Food Stamp Recipients and Nonrecipients in South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Cason, Katherine L., Janie Burney, Wayne Moore, Richard Poling, Sandra Shivers, Ruby Cox, Kathleen Poole, and Judy Midkiff
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University Department of Food Science
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4.Project:A Comparison of Food Insecurity Levels and Weight Status Among Rural- and Urban-Residing Latino/Hispanics in North Carolina
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Haldeman, Lauren
 Institution:University of North Carolina
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5.Project:A County-Level Analysis of Food Stamp Caseload Changes in Tennessee
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Tegegne, Fisseha, Safdar Muhammad, Enenfiok Ekanem, and Surendra Singh
 Institution:Tennessee State University
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6.Project:A Longitudinal Study of Food Insecurity on Overweight in Preschool Children
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Metallinos-Katsaras, Elizabeth, Jan Kallio, Aviva Must, Parke Wilde, and Kathleen Gorman
 Institution:Simmons College
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7.Project:A National-Level Study of Food Stamp Program Participation Among American Indians: 1988-2004
 Year:2006
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Gundersen, Craig, Dean Jolliffe, and Laura Tiehen
 Institution:Iowa State University
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8.Project:A New Approach To Forecasting the Food Stamp Caseload
 Year:2005
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Grogger, Jeffrey
 Institution:Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
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9.Project:A Study of Older Adults on the Waiting List for Home-Delivered Meals in North Carolina
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Salmon, Mary Anne P., and Jessalyn Gooden
 Institution:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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10.Project:Access to Food Assistance Programs Among Northern Cheyenne Families
 Year:2002
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Davis, Judith, Rita Hiwalker, Carol Ward, and Eric Dahlin
 Institution:Dull Knife Memorial College
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11.Project:Accounting for Children's Food Insecurity in Immigrant Households
 Year:2007
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Kalil, Ariel
 Institution:University of Chicago
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12.Project:Adapting EFNEP to Meet the Changing Needs of Food-Assistance Eligible Families: Investigating the Results of Program Responses to Welfare Reform
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Dickin, Katherine, and Jamie Dollahite
 Institution:Cornell University
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13.Project:Altered Daily Activities and Shame Resulting from Children Experiencing Food Insecurity in Rural South Carolina and Oregon
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Center for Regional Development, Purdue University
 Investigators:Frongillo, Edward A., and Jennifer Bernal, Elizabeth Massey, Elizabeth Adams, Tiara Rosemond, and Christine E. Blake
 Institution:University of South Carolina
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14.Project:An Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of the Rise in the Prevalence of the U.S. Population Overweight and/or Obese (PO&O)
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Daponte, Beth Osborne, and Andrew Cook
 Institution:Yale University
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15.Project:An Ethnographic Study of the Factors Affecting the Nutritional Patterns of Navajo Women and Their Children in the WIC Program
 Year:2005
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:McCloskey, Joanne, and Melvatha Chee
 Institution:University of New Mexico
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16.Project:Ancestors’ Choice™ Environmental Strategy for Prevention of Childhood Obesity in Native Populations
 Year:2009
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Dupuis, Anita L.
 Institution:Salish Kootenai College
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17.Project:Are Economic Incentives Useful for Improving Dietary Quality Among WIC Participants and Their Families?
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Herman, Dena, Gail Harrison, Abdelmonem Afifi, and Eloise Jenks
 Institution:University of California, Los Angeles
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18.Project:Assessing Food Insecurity in Kentucky
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Kurzynske, Janet S., and Suzanne A. McGough
 Institution:University of Kentucky
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19.Project:Assessing Food Security and Dietary Intake in the Post Welfare Reform Era in Two Southern States
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Monroe, Pamela A., Carol O’Neil, Vicky R. Tiller, Jennifer Smith, Janet G.H. Marsh, and Stacey Willocks
 Institution:Louisiana State University
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20.Project:Assessing Nutritional Habits of Ojibwa Children
 Year:2004
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Parrish, Debra
 Institution:Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College
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21.Project:Assessing the Association Among Food Insecurity, Child Feeding Practices, and Obesity in Low-Income Latino Families
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Crawford, Patricia
 Institution:University of California, Berkeley
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22.Project:Assessing the Benefits and Problems Associated with the Use of Electronic Benefits Transfer for Food Stamps in Macon County, Alabama
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zekeri, Andrew A.
 Institution:Tuskegee University
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23.Project:Assessing the Effect of Increasing Housing Costs on Food Insecurity
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Fletcher, Jason M., and Susan H. Busch
 Institution:Yale University, School of Public Health
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24.Project:Assessing the Impact of a Modernized Application Process on Florida’s Food Stamp Caseload
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Heflin, Colleen, and Peter Mueser
 Institution:University of Missouri
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25.Project:Assessing the Link Between Food Assistance Program Participation and Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, and Risk for Chronic Disease in U.S. Adolescents
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Taylor, Christopher A., David H. Holben
 Institution:The Ohio State University Medical Center
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26.Project:Assessing the Prevalence of Childhood Obesity Among Limited-Resource Latino and Non-Latino Families in Virginia
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Serrano, Elena L., and Ruby H. Cox
 Institution:Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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27.Project:Assessing the Relationship Between Food Insecurity Events and Food Assistance Programs in Two Different Public Housing Communities
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Bezuneh, Mesfin, and Zelealem Yiheyis
 Institution:Clark Atlanta University
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28.Project:Assessment of Food Concerns, Nutrition Knowledge, and Food Security of Oglala Lakota College Students on the Pine Ridge Reservation
 Year:1999
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Henry, Leslie Rae, Rhonda Bear-Little Boy, and Brian Dodge
 Institution:Oglala Lakota College
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29.Project:Association Between Prenatal WIC Exposure and Maternal Behavior, Health, and Birth Outcomes: Evidence From the Pregnancy Nutrition Surveillance System
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Joyce, Ted, and Cristina Yunzal
 Institution:Baruch College
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30.Project:Associations Among Food Insecurity, Food Assistance Programs, and Child Development
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Kowaleski-Jones, Lori, and Rachel Dunifon
 Institution:Department of Family and Consumer Studies, University of Utah
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31.Project:Bridging the Gap: Do Farmers’ Markets Help Alleviate Impacts of Food Deserts?
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:McCracken, Vicki A., Jeremy L. Sage, and Rayna A. Sage
 Institution:Washington State University
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32.Project:Can Religious Congregations Satisfy Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Justice? An Assessment of Faith-based Food Assistance Programs in Rural Mississippi
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Bartkowski, John P., and Helen A. Regis
 Institution:Mississippi State University
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33.Project:Changes in Food Security After Welfare Reform: Can We Identify a Policy Effect?
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Jencks, Christopher, and Scott Winship
 Institution:John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
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34.Project:Child Care Centers in the Mississippi Delta: Does CACFP Participation Influence Food Choices?
 Year:2008
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Dill, Patricia L., Sarah Leonard, and Linda H. Southward
 Institution:Mississippi State University
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35.Project:Children and Nutrition: The Growing Health Epidemic of Diabetes in Indian Country
 Year:2004
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Johnson, Ben, and Jennifer Perez
 Institution:Fort Peck Community College
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36.Project:Community Attitudes Toward Traditional Tohono O’odham Foods
 Year:2002
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Lopez, Daniel, Tristan Reader, and Paul Buseck
 Institution:Tohono O’odham Community College
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37.Project:Community Attitudes Toward Traditional Tohono O'odham Foods
 Year:2003
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Lopez, Daniel, Tristan Reader, and Mary Paganelli
 Institution:Tohono O'odham Community College
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38.Project:Community Capacity and Food Insecurity in the Era of Welfare Reform
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Parisi, Domenico, Duane A. Gill, and Deborah Harris
 Institution:Mississippi State University
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39.Project:Consumption Reponses to In-Kind Transfers: Evidence from the Introduction of the Food Stamp Program
 Year:2006
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Schanzenbach, Diane W., and Hilary W. Hoynes
 Institution:University of Chicago
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40.Project:Contextual Determinants of Food Security in Southern Hispanic and African-American Neighborhoods
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Bentley, Margaret E., Sonya Jones, and Janice Dodds
 Institution:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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41.Project:Development of a Diet Quality Index for Preschool Children and Its Application in Examining Dietary Trends in the United States
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Kranz, Sibylle, and Anna Maria Siega-Riz
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
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42.Project:Did the 2009 ARRA Affect Dietary Intake of Low-Income Individuals?
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Waehrer, Geetha, Partha Deb, and Sandra L. Decker
 Institution:Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
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43.Project:Dietary Choices and Weight Control Practices Among Cheyenne River Lakota Households
 Year:1999
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Phillips, John, and John Finn
 Institution:Si Tanka College
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44.Project:Dietary Intake and Food Security Among Migrant Farm Workers in Pennsylvania
 Year:2003
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Cason, Katherine L., Sergio Nieto Montenegro, America Chavez Martinez, Nan Lv, and Anastasia Snyder
 Institution:Clemson University
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45.Project:Direct and Comprehensive Measure of Child Food Security: Reliability, Accuracy, and Concordance With Parental Report
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Fram, Maryah, and Edward Frongillo
 Institution:University of South Carolina
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46.Project:Do Poverty, Food Stamps, Food Label Use, and Nutrition Knowledge Affect Dietary Quality among Adults? Results from the 1994-96 CSFII/DHKS
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Pérez-Escamilla, Rafael, and Lauren Haldeman
 Institution:University of Connecticut
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47.Project:Does Household Food Insecurity Affect Cognitive and Social Development of Kindergartners?
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Harrison, Gail G., and Ame Stormer
 Institution:University of California
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48.Project:Does Participation in Multiple Welfare Programs Improve Birth Outcomes?
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Brien, Michael J., and Christopher A. Swann
 Institution:University of Virginia
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49.Project:Does the Minimum Wage Affect Welfare Caseloads?
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Page, Marianne E.
 Institution:University of California at Davis
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50.Project:Does WIC Reduce Prenatal Substance Use?
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Waehrer, Geetha
 Institution:Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
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51.Project:Dynamics of Material Hardship in the Women’s Employment Study
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Heflin, Colleen
 Institution:University of Kentucky
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52.Project:Economic Downturns and Welfare Reform: An Exploratory County-Level Analysis
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Goetz, Stephan J., Fisseha Tegegne, Julie N. Zimmerman, David L. Debertin, Surendra P. Singh, Safdar Muhammed, and Enefiok Ekanem
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
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53.Project:Economic Policy Simulation: Incentivizing Healthy Eating Through Changes in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Policies
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Basu, Sanjay, Jay Bhattacharya, Christopher Gardner, and Hilary Seligman
 Institution:Stanford University Medical School
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54.Project:Educational Intervention To Modify Bottle-Feeding Behaviors Among Formula-Feeding Mothers in the WIC Program: Impact on Infant Formula Intake,Weight Gain, and Fatness
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Dewey, Kathryn G., M. Jane Heinig, and Katie Kavanagh-Prochaska
 Institution:University of California, Davis
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55.Project:Effects of Mother’s Employment in Early Childhood on the Risk of Overweight in Adolescence: Regional Comparisons
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Nonoyama, Atsuko, Shannon Stokes, Ross Santell, Pippa Simpson, and Jeffrey Gossett
 Institution:ETR Associates
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56.Project:Effects of Participation in the WIC Food Assistance Program on Children’s Health and Development: Evidence from NLSY Children
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Kowaleski-Jones, Lori, and Greg J. Dunca
 Institution:University of Utah
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57.Project:Effects of Weight History, Resource Cycling, and Fast Food on Overall Diet Quality and Health in Low-Income Louisiana Women
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:O’Neil, Carol E., and Pamela A. Monroe, and Vicky Tiller
 Institution:Louisiana State University
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58.Project:Employment Instability and Food Insecurity of Rural North Carolinians During the Recession
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:DeMarco, Allison C.
 Institution:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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59.Project:Estimating Relationships Between Food Insecurity and Child Health Outcomes
 Year:2007
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Gundersen, Craig, and Brent Kreider
 Institution:Iowa State University
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60.Project:Estimating the Impact of Food Stamps on the New York City Poverty Rate Using a National Academy of Sciences-Style Poverty Measure
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Levitan, Mark, and Daniel Scheer
 Institution:New York City Center for Economic Opportunity
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61.Project:Estimating the Probabilities and Patterns of Food Stamp Use Across the Life Course
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Rank, Mark R., and Thomas A. Hirschl
 Institution:Washington University
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62.Project:Evaluating CACFP in Family Child Care Homes: How Far Can Administrative Data Take Us?
 Year:2008
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Alexander, David, and Marcia Stoll
 Institution:Illinois Action for Children
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63.Project:Examining Relationships Among Obesity, Food Insecurity, Stress, and Emotional Eating in Low-Income Caregivers of Head Start Children
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Lofton, Kristi, and Carol Connell
 Institution:University of Southern Mississippi
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64.Project:Exploring Health Literacy as a Factor Contributing to Adoption of the 2005 Dietary Guidelines Among Adults in the Mississippi Delta
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zoellner, Jamie, Wendy Bounds, and Carol Connell
 Institution:University of Southern Mississippi
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65.Project:Exploring the Influence of the National School Lunch Program On Children Using The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Dunifon, Rachel, and Lori Kowaleski-Jones
 Institution:Cornell University
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66.Project:Exploring the Structural Determinants of Food Stamp Program Participation in the South: Does Place Matter?
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Slack, Tim, and Candice A. Myers
 Institution:Louisiana State University
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67.Project:Factors Associated With Oklahoma Older Americans Act Nutrition Program Participants’ Ability To Shop, Cook, and Feed Themselves
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Hermann, Janice R., and Kimberly K. Quigley
 Institution:Oklahoma State University
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68.Project:Family Food Decisionmaking: Child and Adult Perspectives on Household Food Practices and Food Insecurity
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Fram, Maryah Stella, Edward A. Frongillo, and Sonya J. Jones
 Institution:University of South Carolina
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69.Project:Father Involvement, Food Program Participation, and Food Security Among Children With Nonresident Fathers
 Year:2005
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Garasky, Steven, and Susan D. Stewart
 Institution:Iowa State University
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70.Project:Federal Food Assistance Programs: Part of the Early Childhood Obesity Solution or Part of the Problem?
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Rigby, Elizabeth, and Rachel T. Kimbro
 Institution:University of Houston
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71.Project:Federal Food Programs, Traditional Foods and the Gros Ventre and Assiniboine Nations of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation
 Year:1999
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Grant, Rachel C., Misty Arcand, Caroline Plumage, and Max G. White, Jr.
 Institution:Fort Belknap College
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72.Project:Feeding Practices of Childcare Staff in CACFP-Funded Centers
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Sigman-Grant, Madeleine, Elizabeth Christiansen, and George Fernandez
 Institution:University of Nevada
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73.Project:Food Access and Food Choice: Applications for Food Deserts
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Kyureghian, Gayaneh, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr., and Azzeddine Azzam
 Institution:University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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74.Project:Food Assistance and Children’s Eating Patterns, Food Insecurity, and Overweight: The Influence of Local Food Prices
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Morrissey, Taryn, and Alison Jacknowitz
 Institution:American University
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75.Project:Food Assistance During and After the Great Recession in Metropolitan Detroit
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Allard, Scott W, Sandra K. Danziger, and Maria Wathen
 Institution:University of Chicago
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76.Project:Food Assistance in East Alabama: Issues of Access and Need
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Molnar, Joseph J., Patricia A. Duffy, L. Conner Bailey, LaToya Claxton, and Ginger Grayson Hallmark
 Institution:Auburn University
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77.Project:Food Environment Quality and Food Choice in Clusters of Colonias in Hidalgo County of the Texas Rio Grande
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Sharkey, Joseph R., Scott Horel, Monica Wendel, and Li Zhu
 Institution:Texas A&M Health Science Center
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78.Project:Food Insecurity and Food Access
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Bonanno, Alessandro
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
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79.Project:Food Insecurity and Welfare Reform
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Siefert, Kristine, Mary E. Corcoran, and Colleen M. Heflin
 Institution:Poverty Research and Training Center The University of Michigan School of Social Work
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80.Project:Food Insecurity Dynamics and the Food Stamp Program
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Mills, Bradford, Elton Mykerezi, and Yiran Li
 Institution:Virginia Tech University
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81.Project:Food Insecurity in Poor, Female-Headed Families in Five of Alabama’s Black Belt Counties
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zekeri, Andrew A.
 Institution:Tuskegee University
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82.Project:Food Insecurity is Not Associated With Lower Energy Intakes
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Zizza, Claire, Patricia Duffy, and Shirley Gerrior
 Institution:Auburn University
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83.Project:Food Insecurity or Poverty? Measuring Need-Related Dietary Adequacy
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Currie, Janet, Jayanta Bhattacharya, and Steven Haider
 Institution:Department of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles
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84.Project:Food or Fuel: Calculating Elasticities To Understand “Heat or Eat” Behavior
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Murray, Anthony G., and Bradford F. Mills
 Institution:Virginia Tech University
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85.Project:Food Prices, Time Values, and Time Spent on Food Shopping and Meal Preparation: Rural-Urban Disparities
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zhang, Ning and Chad D. Meyerhoefer
 Institution:University of Massachusetts-Amherst
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86.Project:Food Security and Feeding Strategies
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Laraia, Barbara A., Margaret Bentley, and Judith Borja
 Institution:University of California, San Francisco
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87.Project:Food Security Stability and Change Among Low-Income Urban Women
 Year:2004
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:London, Andrew S., and Ellen K. Scott
 Institution:Syracuse University
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88.Project:Food Security Status of Nonprofit Food Assistance Recipients in Selected Southern States
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Onianwa, Odili, Godfrey Ejimakor, Fisseha Tegegne, and Andrew Zekeri
 Institution:Alabama A&M University
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89.Project:Food Stamp and WIC Take-Up and the Relationship between Take-Up and TANF Recidivism Among Illinois TANF Leavers: Understanding the Food Stamp Program Participation Decisions of the Working Poor
 Year:2004
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Ready, Mairead, Sandra Lyons, Meejung Chin, Duck-Hye Yang, and Robert M. Goerge
 Institution:Chapin Hall Center for Children, the University of Chicago
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90.Project:Food Stamp Dynamics Across Rural and Urban Landscapes in the Era of Welfare Reform
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Parisi, Domenico, Duane A. Gill, Steven Michael Grice, Michael Taquino, and Deborah Harris
 Institution:Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University
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91.Project:Food Stamp Program and Consumption Choices
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Kaushal, Neeraj, and Qin Gao
 Institution:Columbia University
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92.Project:Food Stamp Program Exits During the Implementation of Welfare Reform Measures
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Mills, Bradford, Everett Peterson, Jeffrey Alwang, and Sundar Dorai-Raj
 Institution:Virginia Tech
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93.Project:Food Stamp Program Participation and Obesity: Estimates From the NLSY79
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Gibson, Diane
 Institution:Baruch College
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94.Project:Food Stamp Program Participation Dynamics in U.S. Counties and States
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Goetz, Stephan J., Anil Rupasingha, and Julie N. Zimmerman
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
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95.Project:Food Stamp Program Participation of Refugees and Immigrants: Measurement Error Correction for Immigrant Status
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Bollinger, Chris, and Paul Hagstrom
 Institution:University of Kentucky
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96.Project:Food Stamp Receipt by Families With Noncitizen Household Heads in Rural Texas Counties
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:White, Steve, Xiuhong You, Steve H. Murdock, and Tami Swenson
 Institution:Texas A&M University
 View Project Summary

97.Project:Food Stamp Use Among the Elderly: Evidence From Panel Data
 Year:2008
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Levy, Helen
 Institution:University of Michigan
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98.Project:Food Stamp Utilization Patterns in Nonmetropolitan Counties in Texas: A Multilevel Analysis of the Micro- and Macro-level Determinants of Caseload Dynamics
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Swenson, Tami, Steve White, and Steve H. Murdock
 Institution:Texas A&M University
 View Project Summary

99.Project:Food Stamps and Food Insecurity Among Families With Children: What Can be Learned in the Presence of Nonclassical Measurement Error?
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Gundersen, Craig, and Brent Kreider
 Institution:Iowa State University
 View Project Summary

100.Project:Food Stamps and Obesity Among Immigrants
 Year:2006
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Kaushal, Neeraj
 Institution:Columbia University
 View Project Summary

101.Project:Food Stamps, Blood Sugar Control, and Medicare Costs of Older Diabetics
 Year:2009
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Nicholas, Lauren Hersch
 Institution:University of Michigan
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102.Project:Food Stamps, Food Sufficiency, and Diet-Related Disease Among the Elderly
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Greenhalgh-Stanley, Nadia, and Katie Fitzpatrick
 Institution:Kent State University and Seattle University
 View Project Summary

103.Project:Food Stamps, Unemployment Insurance, and the Safety Net
 Year:2006
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Schroeder, Daniel
 Institution:University of Texas at Austin
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104.Project:Food Subsidies for Child Care Providers: Correlates of Program Participation and Child Outcomes
 Year:2009
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Gordon, Rachel A., and Robert Kaestner
 Institution:University of Illinois at Chicago
 View Project Summary

105.Project:Food, Health, and Nutrient Supplements: Beliefs Among Food Stamp-Eligible Women and Implications for Food Stamps Policy
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Pelletier, David, Vivica Kraak, and Jamie Dollahite
 Institution:Cornell University
 View Project Summary

106.Project:From Welfare Reliance to Wage Work: A Report on Food Security Among Louisiana’s Rural Welfare Population
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Monroe, Pamela A., Vicky R. Tiller, and Lydia B. Blalock
 Institution:Louisiana State University
 View Project Summary

107.Project:Geographic Variation in Food Stamp and Other Assistance Program Participation Rates: Identifying Poverty Pockets in the South
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Hoyt, William H., and Frank A. Scott, Jr.
 Institution:University of Kentucky
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108.Project:Growing Up Poor and Weight Problems
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Liu, Haiyong
 Institution:East Carolina University
 View Project Summary

109.Project:Health Care Expenditures, Financial Stability, and Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Kim, Jinhee, Yunhee Chang, and Swarn Chatterjee
 Institution:University of Maryland
 View Project Summary

110.Project:Health Effects of the 1960s Food Stamp Program
 Year:2005
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Almond, Douglas, and Kenneth Chay
 Institution:Columbia University and National Bureau of Economic Research
 View Project Summary

111.Project:Healthy Native Foods in a Rural Convenience Store Setting
 Year:2008
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Secakuku, Susan, Suzanne Jamison, and Isaura Andaluz
 Institution:Sipaulovi Development Corporation, Hopi Sipaulovi Village
 View Project Summary

112.Project:Heat or Eat? Cold Weather Shocks and Nutrition in Poor American Families
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Bhattacharya, Jayanta, Thomas DeLeire, Steven Haider, and Janet Currie
 Institution:Stanford University Medical School
 View Project Summary

113.Project:Household Food Insecurity, Food Assistance Program Participation, and the Use of Preventive Medical Care
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Harrison, Gail G.
 Institution:University of California, Los Angeles
 View Project Summary

114.Project:Household Food Security, Dietary Intake, and Obesity Among a Sample of Recently Arrived Liberian Refugees Receiving Food Assistance
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Hadley, Craig
 Institution:University of Michigan
 View Project Summary

115.Project:How Does Short-Term Household Income Volatility Affect Food Assistance Recipiency?
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Bania, Neil, and Laura Leete
 Institution:University of Oregon
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116.Project:Hunger, Food Insecurity, and Child Obesity
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Townsend, Marilyn, and Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez
 Institution:University of California, Davis
 View Project Summary

117.Project:Identifying Food Deserts in the Rural South: A Comparison of Food Access Measures
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Liese, Angela D., Bethany A. Bell, Sarah E. Battersby, James D. Hibbert and Xiaoguang Ma
 Institution:University of South Carolina
 View Project Summary

118.Project:Immigration and the Food Stamp Program
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Borjas, George J.
 Institution:Harvard University
 View Project Summary

119.Project:Impact of Food Insecurity and Food Assistance Program Participation on Nutritional Risk Among the Elderly
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Frongillo, Edward A., and Jung Sun Lee
 Institution:Cornell University
 View Project Summary

120.Project:Impact of Home-Delivered Meals on the Nutritional Status and Food Security of the Elderly in New York State
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Frongillo, Edward A., and Wendy S. Wolfe
 Institution:Cornell University
 View Project Summary

121.Project:Impact of Local Food Prices on the Relationship Between Food Stamp Program Participation and Bodyweight Status of Adults in the South
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zhang, Qi, and Zhuo (Adam) Chen
 Institution:Old Dominion University
 View Project Summary

122.Project:Impact of Participating in the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program on Food Insecurity
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Greer, Betty, and Richard Poling
 Institution:Agricultural Extension Service, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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123.Project:Implementing Strategies That Increase Healthy Food Consumption in Local Grocery Stores on a Northern Plains Indian Reservation
 Year:2008
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Brown, Blakely, and Tracy Burns
 Institution:University of Montana
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124.Project:Implications of an Economic Evaluation of Projected Health Outcomes in a Community Nutrition Program for Limited-Resource Audiences
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Kenkel, Donald, Jamie Dollahite, Michelle Scott-Pierce, and C. Scott Thompson
 Institution:Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
 View Project Summary

125.Project:Improving Community Nutrition Through Traditional Tohono
 Year:2005
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Reader, Tristan, Katrina Jagodinsky, and Paul Buseck
 Institution:Tohono O’odham Community Action
 View Project Summary

126.Project:Income Volatility and Food Insufficiency in U.S. Low-Income Households, 1992-2003
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Bania, Neil, and Laura Leete
 Institution:University of Oregon
 View Project Summary

127.Project:Independent Validation of the Core Food Security Module with Asians and Pacific Islanders
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Derrickson, Joda, Jennifer Anderson, and Anne Fisher
 Institution:Colorado State University
 View Project Summary

128.Project:Ineligible Parents, Eligible Children: Food Stamps Receipt, Allotments, and Food Insecurity Among Children of Immigrants
 Year:2003
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Van Hook, Jennifer, and Kelly Stamper Balistreri
 Institution:Bowling Green University
 View Project Summary

129.Project:Influence of Food Stamps on the Nutritional Status of Inner-City Preschoolers from Hartford, CT,Who Receive WIC Benefits
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Pérez-Escamilla, Rafael, Ann M. Ferris, Linda Drake, Lauren Haldeman, Jessica Peranick, Marcia Campbell, Donna Moran, Yu-Kuei Peng, Georgine Burke, and Bruce A. Bernstein
 Institution:University of Connecticut
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130.Project:Information Shocks and Program Participation: WIC and Welfare Reform
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Figlio, David, Sarah Hamersma, and Jeffrey Roth
 Institution:University of Florida
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131.Project:Intra-Household Allocation and Consumption of WIC-Approved Foods
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Jensen, Helen H., Ariun Ishdorj, and Justin Tobias
 Institution:Iowa State University
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132.Project:Is Being in School Better? Using School Starting Age To Identify the Impact of Schools on Children’s Obesity
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Anderson, Patricia, Elizabeth Cascio, Kristin F. Butcher, and Diane Schanzenbach
 Institution:Wellesley College
 View Project Summary

133.Project:Is it Just Food? Geographic Differences in the Cost of Living
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Zimmerman, Julie N., Sunny (Seonok) Ham, and Sarah Michelle Frank
 Institution:University of Kentucky
 View Project Summary

134.Project:Is the Food Stamp Program an Adequate Safety Net for American Indian Reservations? The Northern Cheyenne Case
 Year:2000
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Davis, Judith, Rita Hiwalker, Carol Ward, Erin Feinauer, and Cheryl Youngstrom
 Institution:Dull Knife Memorial College
 View Project Summary

135.Project:Is There a Link Between Food Insecurity and Overweight Status in Children? Evidence from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Survey
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Rose, Donald, and Nick Bodor
 Institution:Tulane University
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136.Project:Is WIC Reaching Those in Need? Children’s Participation in Nutritional Policy During the Great Recession
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Jackson, Margot
 Institution:Brown University
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137.Project:Lessons Learned From the Spend Less, Eat Well, Feel Better Program Efficacy Trial
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Derrickson, Joda P., G. Kaui Asing, Annette Okuma, and Chad Buchanan
 Institution:Full Plate, Inc.
 View Project Summary

138.Project:Let’s Do Lunch: Factors Associated with Student Participation in the USDA’s National School Lunch Program in California, 2010-11 to 2014-15
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Center for Regional Development, Purdue University
 Investigators:Turner, Lindsey and Carl Siebert
 Institution:Boise State University
 View Project Summary

139.Project:Local-Level Predictors of Household Food Insecurity
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Bartfeld, Judi, and Lingling Wang
 Institution:University of Wisconsin, Madison
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140.Project:Making Ends Meet: An Examination of TANF and Former TANF Food Pantry Users in Virginia
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Nichols-Casebolt, Ann
 Institution:Virginia Commonwealth University
 View Project Summary

141.Project:Maternal Nutrition Knowledge, Adolescent Overweight, and Participation in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Wojcicki, Janet M., Melvin B. Heyman
 Institution:University of California, San Francisco
 View Project Summary

142.Project:Measuring Food Purchases, Community Needs, and Tribal Policy for Healthy Foods in Local Grocery Stores on or Near a Northern Plains Indian Reservation
 Year:2007
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Brown, Blakely, and Tracy Burns
 Institution:University of Montana
 View Project Summary

143.Project:Measuring the Extent and Depth of Food Insecurity: An Application to American Indians in the United States
 Year:2005
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Gundersen, Craig
 Institution:Iowa State University
 View Project Summary

144.Project:Medicaid at Birth, WIC Takeup, and Children's Outcomes
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Bitler, Marianne, and Janet Currie
 Institution:RAND Corporation
 View Project Summary

145.Project:Meeting the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans: A “Daunting Challenge” for Food Stamp Recipients in Southeast Louisiana
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:O’Neil, Carol E., and Jeffery Gillespie
 Institution:Louisiana State University
 View Project Summary

146.Project:Mobile Market Participation and Impact: An Analysis of Pascua Yaqui Pueblo and the Old Nogales Highway Colonia
 Year:2006
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Frisvold, George, Shailaja Deva, Jim Hazen, Anita Fonte, and Michelle Kuhns
 Institution:The University of Arizona
 View Project Summary

147.Project:Monitoring the Nutritional Status of Navajo Preschoolers
 Year:2000
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Pareo, Shirley L., and Mark C. Bauer
 Institution:University of New Mexico
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148.Project:National School Lunch Program Participation and Weight Trajectories Among Low-Income Children
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Hernandez, Daphne, Lori A. Francis, and Emily Doyle
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
 View Project Summary

149.Project:Native Plants and Nutrition
 Year:2006
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:King, Mari, and Wilbert Fish
 Institution:Blackfeet Community College
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150.Project:New Versus Return Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program During the Great Recession
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Grieger, Lloyd D.
 Institution:Yale University
 View Project Summary

151.Project:Nutrient Intakes of Food-Insufficient and Food-Sufficient Adults in the Southern Region of the United States and the Impact of Federal Food Assistance Programs
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Connell, Carol L., Kathy Yadrick, Agnes W. Hinton, and Joseph Su
 Institution:The University of Southern Mississippi
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152.Project:Nutrition and Cognitive Achievement: An Evaluation of the School Breakfast Program
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Frisvold, David E.
 Institution:Emory University
 View Project Summary

153.Project:Nutrition Assessment and Education for Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa
 Year:2002
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Parrish, Debra
 Institution:Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College
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154.Project:Nutrition Assessment and Education for the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa
 Year:2003
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Parrish, Debra
 Institution:Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College
 View Project Summary

155.Project:Nutrition, Food Security, and Obesity Among Low-Income Residents of the South
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Duffy, Patricia, Claire Zizza, and Henry Kinnucan
 Institution:Auburn University
 View Project Summary

156.Project:Participation in the National School Lunch Program and Food Security: An Analysis of Transitions Into Kindergarten
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Arteaga, Irma, and Colleen Heflin
 Institution:University of Missouri
 View Project Summary

157.Project:Participation of Latino/Hispanic Population in the Food Stamp Program in the South
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Muhammad, Safdar, and Fisseha Tegegne
 Institution:Tennessee State University
 View Project Summary

158.Project:Patterns of Food Assistance Program Participation Across Early Childhood and Associations with Child Food Insecurity and Kindergarten Well-Being
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Johnson, Anna D.
 Institution:Georgetown University
 View Project Summary

159.Project:Patterns of Food Stamp and WIC Participation and their Effects on the Health of Low-Income Children
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Lee, Bong Joo, Lucy Mackey-Bilaver, and Robert M. Goerge
 Institution:Chapin Hall Center for Children, University of Chicago
 View Project Summary

160.Project:Policy Implications of WIC or Food Stamp Program Participation on Children’s Diet Quality and the Risk for Childhood Obesity
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Kranz, Sibylle, and Jill Findeis
 Institution:Pennsylvania State University
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161.Project:Practices Used by Limited-Resource Audiences To Maintain Food Security
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Keenan, Debra Palmer, Dr. Sylvia Ridlen, Puneeta Sonya Sadani, Nancy Scotto Rosato, and Kathryn Kempson
 Institution:Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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162.Project:Prevalence and Predictors of Child Obesity in North Carolina: Implications for Head Start Programs
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Okeiyi, Esther C.
 Institution:North Carolina Central University
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163.Project:Prevalence of Accurately Reconstituted Infant Formula in the WIC Population and in the Non-WIC-Eligible Population: Exploring Maternal Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Infant Formula Preparation
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Kavanagh, Katherine
 Institution:University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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164.Project:Private Food Assistance in the Deep South: Agency Profiles and Directors’ Perceptions of Needs and Opportunities Under Charitable Choice
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Cashwell, Suzie T., John P. Bartkowski, Patricia A. Duffy, Joseph J. Molnar, Vanessa Casanova, and Marina Irimia-Vladu
 Institution:Western Kentucky University
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165.Project:Public Assistance and Working Poor Families: Has the Nation Become More Like the Rural South?
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Mills, Bradford, Brian Whitacre, and Christiana Hilmer
 Institution:Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
 View Project Summary

166.Project:Recency of Migration and Legal Status Effects on Food Expenditures and Child Well-Being
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Kanaiaupuni, Shawn Malia, and Katharine M. Donato
 Institution:University of Wisconsin
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167.Project:Relationships Between Participation in Food Assistance Programs and Skeletal Health in Adult Women and Men
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Wang, May-Choo, and Lori Beth Dixon
 Institution:San Jose State University
 View Project Summary

168.Project:Reporting Bias in Studies of the Food Stamp Program
 Year:2007
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Meyer, Bruce D., and James X. Sullivan
 Institution:University of Notre Dame
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169.Project:Retail Concentration, "Food Deserts," and Food-Disadvantaged Communities
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Blanchard, Troy C., and Thomas A. Lyson
 Institution:Mississippi State University
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170.Project:Rural Versus Urban Texas WIC Children Food Choices and Intakes Before and After Changes in the Food Benefits
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Ishdorj, Ariun and Oral Capps Jr.
 Institution:Texas A&M University
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171.Project:Small-Scale Backyard Integrated Aquabioponics Food Production System and Training Program for Native Hawaiian Working Families in Hawaii
 Year:2007
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:D'Silva, Aecio, and Robert Howerton
 Institution:University of Arizona
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172.Project:Small-Scale Backyard Integrated Aquamethaponics Food Production System and Training Program for Native Hawaiian Working Families in Hawaii
 Year:2006
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:D`Silva, Aecio, and Robert Howerton
 Institution:The University of Arizona
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173.Project:SNAP Participation and Employment Among Childless Adults: The Effects of Restriction Waivers After the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Mykerezi, Elton, Timothy Beatty, and Joel Cuffey
 Institution:University of Minnesota
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174.Project:Sociodemographic Factors, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation, and Health: The Case of Low-Income Individuals in Tennessee
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Yen, Steven T., Donald J. Bruce, and Lisa Jahns
 Institution:University of Tennessee
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175.Project:South Carolina Farm-to-School Program and Children’s and Parent’s Food Choices
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Jones, Sonya, Holly Harring, and Karen Pendleton
 Institution:University of South Carolina
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176.Project:State Budgetary Behavior and the Fiscal Interactions Between Food Stamps, AFDC, Medicaid, and SSI
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Chernick, Howard
 Institution:Hunter College, City University of New York
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177.Project:Structural Analysis of the Relationship of Food Insufficiency to Disease Risk and Outcomes Among Adults From NHANES III
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Connell, Carol L., Kathy Yadrick, James T. Johnson, and L. Joseph Su
 Institution:University of Southern Mississippi
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178.Project:Summary of 3 Years of Food Security Measurement Research in Hawaii
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Derrickson, Joda
 Institution:Full Plate, Inc.
 View Project Summary

179.Project:Summary of the Validation Study of a Diet Adequacy Screening Tool for Participants in the Older Americans’ Act Nutrition Program
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Rabinovich, Beth, and Suzanne W. McNutt
 Institution:Westat, Rockville, MD
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180.Project:Supported From Both Sides? Changes in the Dynamics of Joint Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Unemployment Insurance Following the Great Recession
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Gould-Werth, Alix, and H. Luke Shaefer
 Institution:University of Michigan
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181.Project:The Arkansas Child and Adult Care Food Program: A Study of Factors Associated With Program Participation
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Huddleston, Richard A., and Yetunde A. Shobo
 Institution:Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
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182.Project:The Availability and Variety of Healthful Foods at Convenience Stores and Trading Posts on the Navajo Reservation
 Year:1999
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Bauer, Mark, Marvin Shorty, Emmanual Agbolooso, and Shirley L. Pareo-Tubbeh
 Institution:Diné College
 View Project Summary

183.Project:The Consequences of Food Insecurity for Child Well-Being: An Analysis of Children’s School Achievement, Psychological Well-Being, and Health
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Reid, Lori
 Institution:Florida State University
 View Project Summary

184.Project:The Cost and Availability of Healthier Foods for the Pascua Yaqui Pueblo and the Old Nogales Highway Colonia: Community Baselines and Benefits of Mobile Markets
 Year:2007
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Frisvold, George B., and Anita Fonte
 Institution:University of Arizona
 View Project Summary

185.Project:The Cost of Free Assistance: Studying Non-Use of Food Assistance in San Francisco
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Wimer, Christopher, Rachel Wright, and Kelley Fong
 Institution:Columbia University
 View Project Summary

186.Project:The Direct Economic Effects of a Policy to Provide Government-Subsidized Price Discounts for the Purchase of Fruits and Vegetables by Food Stamp Recipients
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Jetter, Karen M.
 Institution:University of California, Davis
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187.Project:The Dynamic Effect of SNAP Participation on Food Choices, Tobacco Use, and Health Outcomes Among Low-Income People
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Yang, Zhou
 Institution:Emory University
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188.Project:The Dynamics of Food and Housing Assistance Before and After the Great Recession
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Wilmarth, Melissa J., Martin C. Seay, and Robert B. Nielsen
 Institution:University of Alabama
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189.Project:The Dynamics of Multiple Program Use and Food Security
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Swann, Christopher A
 Institution:University of North Carolina-Greensboro
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190.Project:The Dynamics of Prenatal WIC Participation
 Year:2002
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Swann, Christopher A.
 Institution:State University of New York at Stony Brook
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191.Project:The Dynamics of SNAP Participation and the Increase in SNAP Caseloads during the Recovery of 2003–2007
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Johnson, Janna
 Institution:Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
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192.Project:The Economic Burden of Obesity on Rural Communities: A Case Study of Kentucky Homeplace Counties
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Scorsone, Eric, and Janet Tietyen
 Institution:Michigan State University
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193.Project:The Economic Impact of Obesity in the South: Assessing Medical Spending Attributable to Obesity
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Kolbo, Jerome R., Amal Khoury, and Wendy Bounds
 Institution:University of Southern Mississippi
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194.Project:The Economics of the Thrifty Food Plan
 Year:2008
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Wilde, Parke E., and Joseph Llobrera
 Institution:Tufts University
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195.Project:The Effect of Acculturation, Social Integration, and the Food Stamp Program on Diet, Nutritional Status, and Food Insufficiency in the Adult U.S. Hispanic Population
 Year:2000
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Marquis, Grace S., Helen H. Jensen, Robert E. Mazur, and Yi-kyoung Lee
 Institution:Departments of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Economics, and Sociology at Iowa State University
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196.Project:The Effect of Participation in the School Breakfast Program on Breakfast Consumption
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Waehrer, Geetha M.
 Institution:Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
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197.Project:The Effects of Female Labor Force Participation on Adult and Childhood Obesity
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Mitnik, Oscar A., Pedro Gomis-Porqueras, Adrian Peralta-Alvay, and Maximilian D. Schmeiser
 Institution:University of Miami
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198.Project:The Effects of Food Stamp and WIC Programs on Nutrient Intakes of Children
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Yen, Steven T.
 Institution:University of Tennessee
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199.Project:The Effects of Food Stamp Benefits on Weight Gained by Expectant Mothers
 Year:2007
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Baum, Charles L.
 Institution:Middle Tennessee State University
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200.Project:The Evolution, Cost, and Operation of the Private Food Assistance Network
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Daponte, Beth Osborne, and Shannon Bade
 Institution:University of Pittsburgh
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201.Project:The Food Insecurity-Obesity Paradox in Women
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Olson, Christine M., and Myla S. Strawderman
 Institution:Cornell University
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202.Project:The Healthfulness of Food and Beverage Purchases after the Federal Food Package Revisions
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Andreyeva, Tatiana
 Institution:University of Connecticut
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203.Project:The Impact of Food Assistance Programs on the Tohono O’odham Food System: An Analysis and Recommendations
 Year:2001
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Lopez, Daniel, Karen Wyndham, and Tristan Reader
 Institution:Tohono O’odham Community College
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204.Project:The Impact of Food Stamp Program Participation on Adult Obesity and Child Overweight Status
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Schmeiser, Maximilian
 Institution:University of Wisconsin-Madison
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205.Project:The Impact of Food Stamp Program Participation on Household Food Insecurity
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Mykerezi, Elton, and Bradford Mills
 Institution:University of Minnesota
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206.Project:The Impact of Food Stamp Reforms on Elderly in Mississippi
 Year:1999
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Lokken, Sheri L.
 Institution:Mississippi State University
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207.Project:The Impact of Nutrition Education on the Winnebago Indian Reservation
 Year:2001
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Smith, Michelle, Leona Zastrow, and Sharon Frenchman
 Institution:Little Priest Tribal College
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208.Project:The Impact of SNAP and Cash Public-Assistance Income on Age at Onset of Adverse Health Conditions: A Latent Variable Approach To Control for Family Background
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Fitzgerald, John and Rachel Connelly
 Institution:Bowdoin College
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209.Project:The Impact of the Food Stamp Program on Transient and Chronic Poverty
 Year:2006
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Mills, Bradford, and Elton Mykerezi
 Institution:Virginia Tech University
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210.Project:The Impact of the School Breakfast Program on the National School Lunch Program in an Elementary School
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Spears, Karen
 Institution:University of Nevada, Reno
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211.Project:The Impact of Welfare Reform on Food Assistance Programs on American Indian Reservations: The Northern Cheyenne Case Study
 Year:1999
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Davis, Judith, and Carol Ward
 Institution:Dull Knife Memorial College
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212.Project:The Impact of WIC Participation on Food Insecurity and Early Childhood Health Outcomes for a Nationally Representative Sample of Children
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:P. Johnelle Sparks
 Institution:University of Texas at San Antonio
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213.Project:The Importance of Local Foods in Mitigating Poverty-Related Food Insecurity in Rural South Central and Southeastern Alaska
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Burke, Tracey and Cara Durr
 Institution:University of Alaska-Anchorage
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214.Project:The Incidence of Overweight and Obesity in Southern Adolescents
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Warner, Mellie L.
 Institution:Clemson University
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215.Project:The Influence of Community Retail Food Environment on Household Food Access, Food Choice, and Dietary Intake of Mexican American Children in Colonias along the South Texas Border with Mexico
 Year:2011
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Sharkey, Joseph R., and Wesley R. Dean
 Institution:Texas A&M Health Science Center
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216.Project:The Influence of Persistent and Transitional Adult Food Insecurity on Toddler Development
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Jacknowitz, Alison, and Daphne Hernandez
 Institution:American University
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217.Project:The Influence of the School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program on Child Weight and Academic Achievement
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Capogrossi, Kristen
 Institution:Virginia Tech University
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218.Project:The Interaction Between Food Stamps and Welfare Programs: An Empirical Model of Program Dynamics in the Cleveland Metropolitan Area, 1992 - 2003
 Year:2003
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Leete, Laura, and Neil Bania
 Institution:Willamette University
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219.Project:The Interactive Effects of Food Stamps and Housing Assistance
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Joint Center for Poverty Research, University of Chicago and Northwestern University
 Investigators:Harkness, Joseph, and Sandra Newman
 Institution:Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University
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220.Project:The Longitudinal Impact of Food Assistance Program Participation on Food Insecurity and Nutritional Risk in Low-Income Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Georgia
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Lee, Jung Sun, Mary Ann Johnson, Stephanie Sinnett, Rebecca Bengle, and Arvine Brown
 Institution:University of Georgia
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221.Project:The Longitudinal Impact of SNAP Enrollment and Spending on Community Health and Well-Being in Rural and Urban Georgia During the Great Recession
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Center for Regional Development, Purdue University
 Investigators:Shannon, Sarah, and Jerry Shannon, Grace Bagwell Adams, and Jung Sun Lee
 Institution:University of Georgia
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222.Project:The Long-Term Economic Outcomes of Younger Mothers Who Are Food Stamp Program Participants
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Vartanian, Thomas P., and Joseph Harkness
 Institution:Bryn Mawr College
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223.Project:The Material Well-Being of Single Mother Households in the 1980s and 1990s: What Can We Learn from Food Spending?
 Year:2004
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:DeLeire, Thomas, and Helen Levy
 Institution:Michigan State University
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224.Project:The National School Lunch Program: Seasonal Difference in Program Participation and Program Impacts on Food Insufficiency and Food Insecurity
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Huang, Jin
 Institution:Saint Louis University
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225.Project:The Neighborhood Food Environment, Food Stamp Program Participation, and Weight-Related Outcomes of Low-Income Women
 Year:2012
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Gibson, Diane M.
 Institution:Baruch College, City University of New York
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226.Project:The Relationship Between Food Assistance, the Value of Food Acquired, and Household Food Security
 Year:2003
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Daponte, Beth Osborne, and Melvin Stephens
 Institution:Yale University
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227.Project:The Relationship of Child Body Mass Index to Parental Child Feeding Practices,Weight Perceptions, and Personal Eating Behaviors Among 3-5-Year-Olds Attending Head Start
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Bounds, Wendy, Carol Connell, Mary Frances Nettles, and Kristi Lofton
 Institution:The University of Southern Mississippi
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228.Project:The Relationship of Nutritional and Health Status, Diabetes, and Stress to Food Security Among the Northern Cheyenne
 Year:2001
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Davis, Judith, Rita Hiwalker, Carol Ward, Cheryl Youngstrom, Weibo Li, and Erin Feinaur
 Institution:Dull Knife Memorial College
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229.Project:The Role of Food Assistance Programs and Household Employment in Helping Food-Insecure Families Avoid Hunger
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Kabbani, Nader S., and Mira Yazbeck
 Institution:American University of Beirut
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230.Project:The Role of Food Insecurity and Caregiver Feeding Styles in Diet Quality and Weight Status in Head Start Children
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Stuff, Janice E., Sheryl O. Hughes, Theresa Nicklas, and Richard M. Shewchuk
 Institution:USDA, Agricultural Research Service
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231.Project:The Role of Tiendas (Small Latino Grocery Stores) in the Food Purchasing Behavior of Latinos Residing in Central North Carolina
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Ayala, Guadalupe X., Barbara Laraia, India Ornelas, and Deanna Kepka
 Institution:San Diego State University
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232.Project:The Summer Food Service Program and Food Insecurity in Low-Income Households with Children: Evidence from California
 Year:2014
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Miller, Daniel P.
 Institution:Boston University
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233.Project:The Use of the New World Health Organization Growth Standards To Identify Trends and Determinants of Overweight in WIC Infants and Children
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Maalouf, Zeina, and Kathryn G. Dewey
 Institution:University of California, Davis
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234.Project:The Use of Twins To Understand the Effect of WIC on Birth Outcomes
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Joyce, Ted, and Diane Gibson
 Institution:Baruch College, City University of New York
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235.Project:Trends in Income Volatility and Food Insufficiency Among U.S. Households: The Effects of Imputed Income in the Survey of Income and Program Participation
 Year:2009
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:DeLeire, Thomas, Shannon Mok, and Molly Dahl
 Institution:University of Wisconsin-Madison
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236.Project:Understanding Access to and Use of Traditional Foods by Hopi Female-Headed Households To Increase Food Security
 Year:2006
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Livingston, Matt, and Cornelia B. Flora
 Institution:The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
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237.Project:Understanding Nutrition Challenges Faced by Older Americans in Rural Areas: The Role of the Food Environment and Neighborhood Characteristics
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Sharkey, Joseph R., Scott Horel, Cassandra Johnson, and Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr.
 Institution:Texas Healthy Aging Research Network, Center for Community Health Development, Program for Research in Nutrition and Health Disparities
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238.Project:Understanding the Impact of Food Assistance Program Usage on Diet Among American Indians
 Year:2008
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Gittelsohn, Joel, and Muge Qi
 Institution:Johns Hopkins University
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239.Project:Understanding the Impact of Food Assistance Program Use on Food-Related Psychosocial Factors and Behaviors Among American Indians
 Year:2009
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Gittelsohn, Joel, Muge Qi, and Sonali Suratkar
 Institution:Johns Hopkins University
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240.Project:Understanding the Relationships Among Child Food Insecurity, Diet Quality, and Physical
 Year:2013
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Fram, Maryah, Edward Frongillo, Lorrene Ritchie, and Nila Rosen
 Institution:University of South Carolina
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241.Project:Understanding Traditional Food Security of Hopi Single-Parent, Female-Headed Households: Outreach to the Hopi Community and its Organizations
 Year:2007
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Livingston, Matthew R., and Cornelia Butler Flora
 Institution:University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
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242.Project:Unpacking Rurality: Evaluating the Impact of Rural Community Characteristics and the Built Environment on SNAP Participation
 Year:2015
 Research Center:Center for Regional Development, Purdue University
 Investigators:Walsh, Michele E., Kara Haberstock Tanoue and John Daws
 Institution:University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
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243.Project:Use of a “Contract for Change” To Evaluate the Effectiveness of Nutrition Education to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Low-Income Women
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Steinberg, Francene M., Karrie M. Cesario-Heneman, Amy Block-Joy, Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr, Susan Donohue, Linda Garcia, Anna Martin, Diane Metz, Dorothy Smith, and Estella West
 Institution:University of California, Davis
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244.Project:Using an Ecological Perspective as a Framework for Understanding Native American Elders’ Views of Diabetes for the Development of an Indigenous Prevention Plan
 Year:2009
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Parker, Stephany, Dwanna Robertson, Teresa Jackson, Sarah Miracle, and Janice Hermann
 Institution:Oklahoma State University
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245.Project:Using Research About Traditional Foods of Puget Sound Indians To Create a Healthier Diet and Lifestyle for Indian People
 Year:2009
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Krohn, Elise, and Valerie Segrest
 Institution:Northwest Indian College
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246.Project:Validation of Food Security Instruments in Hispanic Households
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Kaiser, Lucia, and Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez
 Institution:Department of Nutrition, University of California, Davis
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247.Project:Wa-dooch Pinx-gi: Ho Chunk for Really Good Eating
 Year:2008
 Research Center:American Indian Studies Program, The University of Arizona
 Investigators:Laquer, Brigid Quinn, Charlene Earth, and Crystal Dawn Snowball
 Institution:Little Priest Tribal College
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248.Project:Welfare Stigma Due to Public Disapproval
 Year:2009
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Colleen Flaherty Manchester, and Kevin J. Mumford
 Institution:University of Minnesota
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249.Project:Well-Being of Citizen Children of Immigrants in Relation to Food Stamps and WIC, 1998-2005
 Year:2006
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Chilton, Mariana, and Deborah Frank
 Institution:Drexel University
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250.Project:Who Exits the Food Stamp Program After Welfare Reform?
 Year:2003
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Heflin, Colleen M.
 Institution:University of Kentucky
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251.Project:Why Did the Food Stamp Caseload Decline (and Rise)? Effects of Policies and the Economy
 Year:2005
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Danielson, Caroline, and Jacob Klerman
 Institution:University of California
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252.Project:Why Do So Few Elderly Use Food Stamps?
 Year:2009
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Charles, Kerwin, and April Yanyuan Wu
 Institution:The University of Chicago
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253.Project:WIC Participation and the Initiation and Duration of Breastfeeding
 Year:2001
 Research Center:Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Investigators:Chatterji, Pinka, Karen Bonuck, Nandini Deb, and Simi Dhawan
 Institution:Montefiore Medical Center, Einstein College of Medicine
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254.Project:WIC Vendor Access and Fruit and Vegetable Availability in Northern Illinois
 Year:2008
 Research Center:Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis
 Investigators:Odoms-Young, Angela, Shannon Zenk, and Noel Chavez
 Institution:University of Illinois at Chicago
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255.Project:Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): Effect on Infant Feeding Practices and Children's Health and Well-Being
 Year:2007
 Research Center:The Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
 Investigators:Ziol-Guest, Kathleen M., and Daphne C. Hernandez
 Institution:Harvard University
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256.Project:Women, Infants, and the Food Environment: Influences on Food Security and Obesity
 Year:2004
 Research Center:Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University
 Investigators:Laraia, Barbara, and Peggy Bentley
 Institution:University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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