Does perceived behavioral control mediate the association between perceptions of neighborhood walkability and moderate-and vigorous-intensity leisure-time physical activity?

Testing the reliability of neighborhood-specific measures of physical activity among Canadian adults.

Child and adolescent physical activity and Nutrition survey 2008: Key findings.



Achieving 10,000 steps: A comparison of public transport users and drivers in a University setting.

Tracking of pedometer-determined physical activity in adults who relocate: results from RESIDE.

Objective versus perceived walking distances to destinations: Correspondence and predictive validity.

The anatomy of the safe and social suburb: An exploratory study of the built environment, social capital and residents' perceptions of safety.

The relationship between destination proximity, destination mix and physical activity behaviors.

Move and munch final report. Trends in physical activity, nutrition and body size in Western Australian children and adolescents: The Child and Adolescent Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey (CAPANS) 2008



DISSERTATION: Modelling the relationship between the built environment and psychosocial correlates of physical activity behaviour.

Physical activity levels of Western Australian adults 2006

Correlates of using neighborhood recreational destinations in physical activity respondents.



Constructing indices representing supportiveness of the physical environment for walking using the Rasch measurement model.

Correlates of distances traveled to use recreational facilities for physical activity behaviors.

Demographic and individual correlates of achieving 10,000 steps/day: use of pedometers in a population-based study.



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