A Longitudinal Analysis of the Influence of the Neighborhood Environment on Recreational Walking within the Neighborhood: Results from RESIDE

@inproceedings{Christian2017ALA,
  title={A Longitudinal Analysis of the Influence of the Neighborhood Environment on Recreational Walking within the Neighborhood: Results from RESIDE},
  author={Hayley Christian and Matthew Knuiman and Mark L. Divitini and Sarah J Foster and Paula Hooper and Bryan J. Boruff and Fiona C Bull and Billie Giles-Corti},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND There is limited longitudinal evidence confirming the role of neighborhood environment attributes in encouraging people to walk more or if active people simply choose to live in activity-friendly neighborhoods. Natural experiments of policy changes to create more walkable communities provide stronger evidence for a causal effect of neighborhood… CONTINUE READING