Data from: Is there still a French eating model? A taxonomy of eating behaviors in adults living in the Paris metropolitan area in 2010

Riou J, Lefevre T, Parizot I, Lhuissier A, Chauvin P

Date Published: March 9, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5m2q0

 

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Description This data file contains all variables used for the analyses reported in our article published in PLOS One. It is a CSV file that contains 48 variables for 2994 subjects. Data originate from from the 2010 wave of the SIRS cohort, a representative socio-epidemiological survey of the French-speaking adult (≥18) population conducted since 2005 in the Paris metropolitan area (population 6.5 million). Further description of the data is available in the ReadMe file.
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Riou J, Lefevre T, Parizot I, Lhuissier A, Chauvin P (2015) Is there still a French eating model? A taxonomy of eating behaviors in adults living in the Paris metropolitan area in 2010. PLOS ONE 10(3): e0119161. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0119161

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Riou J, Lefevre T, Parizot I, Lhuissier A, Chauvin P (2015) Data from: Is there still a French eating model? A taxonomy of eating behaviors in adults living in the Paris metropolitan area in 2010. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5m2q0
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