Differences in dietary behaviors associated with in-school vending machine access and state initiatives targeting soda.
R. Taber, Daniel
F. Chriqui, Jamie
J. Chaloupka, Frank
- Publisher: Figshare
Biological Sciences | nutrition | physiology | Physiological parameters | Body weight | obesity | psychology | behavior | health care | Socioeconomic aspects of health | pediatrics | Child health | Public and occupational health | Behavioral and social aspects of health | preventive medicine | dietary | behaviors | in-school | vending | initiatives | targeting
a<p>AME = Average marginal effect, adjusted for race/ethnicity, sex, grade, state median income, and Census region (models of in-school soda ban also adjusted for home food access.) AME represents the average difference in outcome of interest associated with presence ...