The Effect of the Social and Physical Environment on Children's Independent Mobility to Neighborhood Destinations.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Relationships between context-specific measures of the physical and social environment and children's independent mobility to neighborhood destination types were examined. METHODS Parents in RESIDE's fourth survey reported whether their child (8-15 years; n = 181) was allowed to travel without an adult to school, friend's house, park and local… (More)
DOI: 10.1123/jpah.2014-0271

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@article{Christian2015TheEO, title={The Effect of the Social and Physical Environment on Children's Independent Mobility to Neighborhood Destinations.}, author={Hayley Christian and Charlotte Demant Klinker and Karen Paula Villanueva and Matthew Knuiman and Sarah A. Foster and Stephan R Zubrick and Mark L. Divitini and Lisa Anne Wood and Billie Giles-Corti}, journal={Journal of physical activity & health}, year={2015}, volume={12 Suppl 1}, pages={S84-93} }