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FSN420.writteneval13 - FSN 420 paper evaluation form...

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FSN 420 paper evaluation form cross-sectional analyses Kim Chin 10/16/11 Study (author, date): Lee S Griss, Li Li, Earl S Ford, and Simin Liu, 2004 Research Question (What is it? Clearly stated? Is there a hypothesis?): “Is there a correlation between the consumption of refined carbohydrates and the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in the United States?” Yes, I think it was clearly stated. The hypothesis wasn’t clearly stated, but the article veered towards the belief that there was a correlation between the consumption of refined carbohydrates and the prevalence of type 2 diabetes. Study Design (What type of cross-sectional study is this? Briefly, in a sentence or two, what was done?): This is a cross-sectional study that incorporates looking at a relationship between an exposure and outcome. To find this data, the per capita nutrient consumption in the US between 1909 and 1997 was observed to see if there was a correlation between the prevalence of type 2 diabetes. This was done by using a multivariate nutrient-density model; in particular corn syrup was chosen to represent refined carbohydrates using the National Nutrient Data Bank. Study Population ( Who was studied or who is the target population of interest? Was the population or study sample representative?): The prevalence of obesity was observed by the measured height and weight of a random sample
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course FSN 420 taught by Professor Berner during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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