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Universal-Free School Breakfast Program Evaluation Design Project: Review of Literature on Breakfast and Learning

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  • Ronette Briefel
  • J. Michael Murphy
  • Susanna Kung
  • Barbara Devaney

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Examines and synthesizes current knowledge about the relationship between breakfast and learning, including the relationship between nutrition and cognitive development, children's breakfast consumption patterns, relative contribution of breakfast to dietary intake over 24 hours, and impact of breakfast consumption on cognitive and school outcomes.

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  • Ronette Briefel & J. Michael Murphy & Susanna Kung & Barbara Devaney, 1999. "Universal-Free School Breakfast Program Evaluation Design Project: Review of Literature on Breakfast and Learning," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 33507a6950b4403d811b63ed8, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Barbara Devaney & Thomas Fraker, 1989. "The Dietary Impacts of the School Breakfast Program," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 71(4), pages 932-948.
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