A biographical approach to studying individual change and continuity in walking and cycling over the life course

@inproceedings{Jones2014ABA,
  title={A biographical approach to studying individual change and continuity in walking and cycling over the life course},
  author={Heather R. Jones and Kiron Chatterjee and Selena F Gray},
  booktitle={Journal of transport & health},
  year={2014}
}
Most research studies seeking to understand walking and cycling behaviours have used cross-sectional data to explain inter-individual differences at a particular point in time. Investigations of individual walking and cycling over time are limited, despite the fact that insights on this could be valuable for informing policies to support life-long walking and cycling. The lack of existing longitudinal data, difficulties associated with its collection and scepticism towards retrospective methods… CONTINUE READING
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