Active commuting to school

Associations with environmental and parental concerns This study examined the association of objective and perceived neighbourhood environmental characteristics and parent concerns with active commuting to school, investigated whether parental concerns varied by environmental characteristics, and compared the association with the perceived environment, parental concerns, and objective environment, on the outcome active commuting to school.
Jacqueline Kerr,Dori Rosenberg,James Sallis,Brain Saelens,Lawrence Frank,Terry Conway
The American College of Sports Medicine
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