Children walking to school - Parent perceptions of environmental and psychosocial influences

Parent Perceptions of Environmental and Psychosocial Influences Children's declining physical activity has attracted attention from those concerned with the health and well-being of the young. This study aims to determine the extent to which walking to and from a school with an active participation program differed from that with another school without a program.
Jenny Ziviani,Raymond Kopeshke,David Wadley
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, Blackwell Synergy
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