Accounting for the daily locations visited in the study of the built environment correlates of recreational walking (the RECORD Cohort Study).

@article{Perchoux2015AccountingFT,
  title={Accounting for the daily locations visited in the study of the built environment correlates of recreational walking (the RECORD Cohort Study).},
  author={Camille Perchoux and Yan Kestens and Ruben Brondeel and Basile Chaix},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={81},
  pages={142-9}
}
BACKGROUND Understanding how built environment characteristics influence recreational walking is of the utmost importance to develop population-level strategies to increase levels of physical activity in a sustainable manner. PURPOSE This study analyzes the residential and non-residential environmental correlates of recreational walking, using precisely geocoded activity space data. METHODS The point-based locations regularly visited by 4365 participants of the RECORD Cohort Study… CONTINUE READING

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