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Friendship networks and physical activity and sedentary behavior among youth: A systematized review.

Neighbourhood type and walkshed size.

Assessing inter-rater agreement of environmental audit data in a matched case-control study on bicycling injuries.

Do motivation-related cognitions explain the relationship between perceptions of urban form and neighborhood walking?

Driving down daily step counts: The impact of being driven to school on physical activity and sedentary behavior

Where do children travel to and what local opportunities are available? The relationship between neighborhood destinations and children's independent mobility.

Dog-walking and sense of community in neighborhoods: Implications for promoting regular physical activity in adults 50 years and older.

Measurement of children's physical activity using a pedometer with a built-in memory.

The influence of urban design on neighbourhood walking following residential relocation: Longitudinal results from the RESIDE study.


Environmental determinants of bicycling injuries in Alberta, Canada.

Assessing inter-rater reliability of environmental audit data in a case-control study on bicycling injuries.

The relationship between cluster-analysis derived walkability and local recreational and transportation walking among Canadian adults.

The association between sidewalk length and walking for different purposes in established neighborhoods.

An investigation of the association between socio-demographic factors, dog-exercise requirements, and the amount of walking dogs receive.

Increasing children's physical activity: Individual, social, and environmental factors associated with walking to and from school.

How far do children travel from their homes? Exploring children's activity spaces in their neighborhood.

Dog management in city parks: a one health approach investigating Echinococcus multilocularis, Giardia spp. and Cryptosporidium spp. in urban coyotes and domestic dogs in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The relations between driving behavior, physical activity, and weight status among Canadian adults.


In search of causality: A systematic review of the relationship between the built environment and physical activity among adults.

On your bike! A cross-sectional study of the individual, social and environmental correlates of cycling to school.

Access to off-leash parks, street pattern and dog walking among adults.

BMI-referenced cut-points for recommended daily pedometer-determined steps in Australian children and adolescents.

A cross-sectional study of the individual, social, and built environmental correlates of pedometer-based physical activity among elementary school children.

School site and the potential to walk to school: The impact of street connectivity and traffic exposure in school neighborhoods.

Does dog-ownership influence seasonal patterns of neighbourhood-based walking among adults? A longitudinal study.

Screening for depression among older adults referred to home care services: a single-item depression screener versus the geriatric depression scale.

Associations between familial affluence and obesity risk behaviours among children.


Sex-and age-specific seasonal variations in physical activity among adults.

Characteristics of urban parks associated with park use and physical activity: A review of qualitative research.

Physical activity levels of Western Australian adults 2009: findings from the physical activity taskforce adult physical activity survey.

The TRavel, Environment and Kids Project: Preliminary Findings Report

Individual, physical-environmental and socio-cultural factors associated with walking to school in Perth primary school children.

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