Andrew T. Kaczynski focuses on Built environment, Gerontology, Recreation, Demography and Environmental health. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Travel behavior and Public open space. He merges Gerontology with Association in his research.
He combines subjects such as Active living and Quality with his study of Recreation. Andrew T. Kaczynski interconnects Population level and Logistic regression in the investigation of issues within Demography. The various areas that he examines in his Environmental health study include Health psychology, Environmental justice, Socioeconomics and Behavioural sciences.
Andrew T. Kaczynski mainly investigates Recreation, Built environment, Gerontology, Environmental health and Demography. His Recreation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social psychology, Socioeconomics, Public relations and Environmental planning. When carried out as part of a general Built environment research project, his work on Walkability is frequently linked to work in Level design, Neighbourhood and Injury prevention, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Andrew T. Kaczynski works mostly in the field of Gerontology, limiting it down to concerns involving Logistic regression and, occasionally, Psychological intervention. His work in Environmental health covers topics such as Public health which are related to areas like Promotion and Advertising. His research in Demography intersects with topics in Childhood obesity, Overweight and Socioeconomic status.
Environmental health, Faith, Demography, Overweight and Psychological intervention are his primary areas of study. He works mostly in the field of Environmental health, limiting it down to topics relating to Health promotion and, in certain cases, Physical activity level. His studies deal with areas such as Quantile regression, Recreation and Built environment as well as Demography.
Andrew T. Kaczynski has included themes like Interpersonal communication, Intervention, Gerontology and Generalizability theory in his Psychological intervention study. His study in Community health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality, Quality Score, Intervention planning, Metric and Environmental justice. Andrew T. Kaczynski combines subjects such as Public health and Healthy eating with his study of Socioeconomic status.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Walkability, Rurality, Demography, Low income and Space. His Walkability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental health, Percentile, Childhood obesity, Overweight and Index. Rurality is intertwined with Metropolitan area, Food environment, Structural interventions, Spatial ecology and Policy initiatives in his research.
His Demography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Spatial clustering. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Social determinants of health, Focus group and Socioeconomics, in his Low income studies.
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Association of Park Size, Distance, and Features With Physical Activity in Neighborhood Parks
Andrew T. Kaczynski;Luke R. Potwarka;Brian E. Saelens.
American Journal of Public Health (2008)
Environmental Correlates of Physical Activity: A Review of Evidence about Parks and Recreation
Andrew T. Kaczynski;Karla A. Henderson.
Leisure Sciences (2007)
Comparison of traditional versus mobile app self-monitoring of physical activity and dietary intake among overweight adults participating in an mHealth weight loss program
Gabrielle M. Turner-McGrievy;Michael W. Beets;Justin B. Moore;Andrew T. Kaczynski.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (2013)
Public open space, physical activity, urban design and public health: Concepts, methods and research agenda
Mohammad Javad Koohsari;Mohammad Javad Koohsari;Suzanne Mavoa;Karen Villanueva;Karen Villanueva;Takemi Sugiyama;Takemi Sugiyama.
Health & Place (2015)
Understanding differences between summer vs. school obesogenic behaviors of children: the structured days hypothesis
Keith Brazendale;Michael W. Beets;R. Glenn Weaver;Russell R. Pate.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2017)
Smoking and physical activity: a systematic review.
Andrew T Kaczynski;Stephen R Manske;Roger C Mannell;Keerat Grewal.
American Journal of Health Behavior (2008)
Places to play: association of park space and facilities with healthy weight status among children.
Luke R. Potwarka;Andrew T. Kaczynski;Andrea L. Flack.
Journal of Community Health (2008)
Association of Parkland Proximity with Neighborhood and Park-based Physical Activity: Variations by Gender and Age
Andrew T. Kaczynski;Luke R. Potwarka;Bryan J. A. Smale;Mark E. Havitz.
Leisure Sciences (2009)
Parks and Recreation Settings and Active Living: A Review of Associations With Physical Activity Function and Intensity
Andrew T Kaczynski;Karla A Henderson.
Journal of Physical Activity and Health (2008)
Are park proximity and park features related to park use and park-based physical activity among adults? Variations by multiple socio-demographic characteristics
Andrew T Kaczynski;Gina M Besenyi;Sonja A Wilhelm Stanis;Mohammad Javad Koohsari;Mohammad Javad Koohsari.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2014)
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