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BACKGROUND Research in the physical activity promotion arena has focused on the application of theoretical perspectives aimed primarily at personal levels of understanding and analysis. The investigation of such theories has provided some insights related to potentially useful mediators of physical activity behavior. However, to continue to expand this(More)
New forms of infrastructure are needed in a world characterized by the burdens of global climate change, a growing population, increasing socio-technical complexity, and natural and human stressors to our human systems. Enabling communities to transition to a more resilient configuration of infrastructures is crucial for establishing a distributed portfolio(More)
In 2008-09 COR concluded its third full year of operation, and was renewed by the Office of Research for another three years. Below are some of the highlights of the 2008 – 09 academic year:-COR supported research collaborations that led to over $4,000,000 in accumulated extramural research funding awarded to COR faculty and graduate affiliates from(More)
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