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... Norwood, Chair Panel to Review the USDA's Measurement of Food Insecurity and Hunger 60
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... 9:15 Session 1 Conceptual issues in measuring food insecurity and hunger Session Chair: Susan Mayer, University of Chicago Presenters: Jean-Pierre Habicht, Cornell University Gretel Pelto, Cornell University Edward Frongillo, Cornell University Diego Rose, Tulane University Discussants: Mark Nord, Economic Research Service, USDA Richard Bavier, Office of Management and Budget Steven Haider, Michigan State University 10:45 Break 11:00 Session 2 Purposes and uses of the USDA food insecurity and hunger measure Session Chair: Helen Jensen, Iowa State University Presenter: Parke Wilde, Tufts University Discussant: Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland Steven Carlson, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA 12:15 Working Lunch
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... 62 APPENDIX B 1:15 Session 3 Alternative ways to construct a measure and indicator of food insecurity and hunger from the food security supplement Session Chair: Edward Frongillo, Cornell University Presenters: Katherine Alaimo, Michigan State University Amy Froelich, Iowa State University Discussant: Valerie Tarasuk, University of Toronto 2:15 Break 2:30 Session 4 Cognitive aspects of the food security supplement questions: A panel discussion Session Chair: Nancy Mathiowetz, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Panelists: Kathy Radimer, National Center for Health Statistics Nora Cate Schaeffer, University of Wisconsin Madison Eleanor Singer, University of Michigan 4:00 Session 5 Item-response-theory models and their use in measuring food insecurity and hunger Session Chair: Janet L Norwood Presenter: Matthew Johnson, Baruch College Discussant: Allen Schirm, Mathematica Policy Research 5:00 Open Discussion Session Chair: Janet L
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