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2011
Chu-Ping, Lo,  Tashiro, Sanae . Balancing nutrition, luxury, and time constraints in food preparation choices. China Agricultural Economic Review. 3, (2), 245-265.
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2013
Martin, Steven P.,  Kendig, Sarah M. Childless women?s time with children: A focus on educational differences. Journal of Family Issues. 34, (6), 828-853.
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2011
Lovenheim, Michael F.,  Steefel, Daniel P. Do blue laws save lives? The effect of Sunday alcohol sales bans on fatal vehicle accidents. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 30, (4), 798-820.
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2009
Grosse, S.D.,  Krueger, K.V.,  Mvundura, M. Economic productivity by age and sex: 2007 estimates for the United States. Medical Care. 47, (7 Suppl 1), S94-S103.
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2011
Reifschneider, Marianne J.,  Hamrick, Karen S.,  Lacey, Jill N. Exercise, eating patterns, and obesity: Evidence from the ATUS and its eating & health module. Social Indicators Research. 101, (2), 215-219.
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2010
Tudor-Locke, C.,  Johnson, W.D.,  Katzmarzyk, P.T. . Frequently reported activities by intensity for U.S. adults: The American Time Use Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 39, (4), e13-e20.
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2011
Tudor-Locke, Catrine,  Johnson, William D.,  Katzmarzyk, Peter T. 'Frequently reported activities by intensity for U.S. adults: The American Time Use Survey': Correction. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 41, (2), 238
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2012
Schneider, Daniel . Gender deviance and household work: The role of occupation. American Journal of Sociology. 117, (4), 1029-1072.
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2012
Podor, Melinda,  Halliday, Timothy J. Health status and the allocation of time. Health Economics. 21, (5), 514-527.
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2013
Kalenkoski, Charlene M.,  Hamrick, Karen S. How does time poverty affect behavior? A Look at eating and physical activity. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. 35, (1), 89-105.
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2011
Jonas, D.E.,  Ibuka, Y.,  Russell, L.B. . How much time do adults spend on health-related self-care? Results from the American Time Use Survey. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 24, (4), 380-390.
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2010
Hamermesh, Daniel S. Incentives, time use and BMI: The roles of eating, grazing and goods. Economics and Human Biology. 8, (1), 2-15.
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2011
George, B.J.,  McCurdy, T. Investigating the American Time Use Survey from an exposure modeling perspective. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 21, (1), 92-105.
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2011
Robinson, John P. IT use and leisure time displacement. Information, Communication and Society. 14, (4), 495-509.
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2011
Schneider, Daniel . Market earnings and household work: New tests of gender performance theory. Journal of Marriage and Family. 73, (4), 845-860.
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2009
Krantz-Kent, Rachel . Measuring time spent in unpaid household work: Results from the American Time Use Survey. Monthly Labor Review. 132, (7), 46-59.
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2011
Burgard, S.A. . The needs of others: Gender and sleep interruptions for caregivers. Social Forces. 89, (4), 1189-1216.
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2012
DeLoach, Stephen B.,  Tiemann, Thomas K. Not driving alone? American commuting in the Twenty-First Century. Transportation. 39, (3), 521-537.
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2011
Robinson, John P.,  Martin, Steven,  Glorieux, Ignace,  Minnen, Joeri . The overestimated workweek revisited. Monthly Labor Review. 134, (6), 43-53.
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2009
Drago, Robert . The parenting of infants: A time-use study. Monthly Labor Review. 132, (10), 33-43.
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2012
Lin, Ken-Hou . Revisiting the gap between stylized and diary estimates of market work time. Social Science Research. 41, (2), 380-391.
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2012
Lemieux, Andrew M,  Felson, Marcus . Risk of violent crime victimization during major daily activities. Violence and Victims. 27, (5), 635
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2009
Andrews, Margaret,  Hamrick, Karen . Shopping for, preparing, and eating food: Where does the time go?. Amber Waves. 7, (4), 4
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2010
Davis, George C.,  You, Wen . The Thrifty Food Plan is not thrifty when labor cost is considered. Journal of Nutrition. 140, (4), 854-857.
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2011
Song, Younghwan . Time preference and time use: Do smokers exercise less?. Labour. 25, (3), 350-369.
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