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Neighborhood built environment associations with adolescents' location-specific sedentary and screen time.Academic Article Why?
Interactions between psychosocial and built environment factors in explaining older adults' physical activity.Academic Article Why?
Neighborhood built environment and socioeconomic status in relation to physical activity, sedentary behavior, and weight status of adolescents.Academic Article Why?
Interactions of psychosocial factors with built environments in explaining adolescents' active transportation.Academic Article Why?
Built environment attributes related to GPS measured active trips in mid-life and older adults with mobility disabilities.Academic Article Why?
Built environment characteristics and parent active transportation are associated with active travel to school in youth age 12-15.Academic Article Why?
Is the relationship between the built environment and physical activity moderated by perceptions of crime and safety?Academic Article Why?
Investigating associations between physical activity-related neighborhood built environment features and child weight status to inform local practice.Academic Article Why?
Friedman, ElizabethPerson Why?
Carlson, JordanPerson Why?
Neighborhood Environments and Cardiometabolic Disorders in Hispanic/LatinosGrant Why?
SOLAir: Environmental Factors and Diabetes Development in LatinosGrant Why?
Hampl, SarahPerson Why?
Shook, RobinPerson Why?
Noel-Macdonnell, JanellePerson Why?
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