Her main research concerns Social psychology, Territoriality, Walkability, Place attachment and Social environment. Her study in the field of Interpersonal communication, Social penetration theory and Privacy regulation theory is also linked to topics like Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. Her research integrates issues of Block, Grassroots and Group cohesiveness in her study of Territoriality.
Her Walkability research integrates issues from Obesity and Gerontology. Her Obesity research includes themes of Body mass index and Logistic regression. Barbara B. Brown combines subjects such as Coping, Multilevel model and Embeddedness with her study of Place attachment.
Barbara B. Brown spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Walkability, Demography, Salt lake and Body mass index. In general Social psychology, her work in Place attachment and Transactional leadership is often linked to Social environment and Human factors and ergonomics linking many areas of study. Her Walkability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pedestrian, Gerontology and Environmental health.
The concepts of her Gerontology study are interwoven with issues in Logistic regression and Public health. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cross-sectional study, Physical fitness and Obesity. Her Obesity research includes themes of Diversity, Land use and Selection bias.
Barbara B. Brown focuses on Demography, Transport engineering, Walkability, Salt lake and Built environment. Her Demography research incorporates elements of Body mass index, Odds ratio and Odds. Her Transport engineering research integrates issues from Space, Neighborhood perceptions and Positive perception.
Her study looks at the relationship between Walkability and fields such as Pedestrian, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. As part of one scientific family, Barbara B. Brown deals mainly with the area of Built environment, narrowing it down to issues related to the TRIPS architecture, and often Socioeconomics, Intrinsic motivation, Attractiveness and Transit. Her research in Light rail intersects with topics in Place attachment, Transit service, Applied psychology and Service.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transport engineering, Built environment, Complete streets, Demography and Walkability. Her studies in Transport engineering integrate themes in fields like Goodness of fit and Artificial intelligence. Barbara B. Brown studied Complete streets and Transit that intersect with Light rail.
Her study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body mass index, Obesity, Odds, Propensity score matching and Selection bias. Barbara B. Brown has researched Body mass index in several fields, including Odds ratio, Physical fitness and Calorie. Her studies deal with areas such as Land use, Transportation planning, Street network, Space and Empirical research as well as Walkability.
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Disruptions in Place Attachment
Barbara B. Brown;Douglas D. Perkins.
Place Attachment in a Revitalizing Neighborhood: Individual and Block Levels of Analysis
Barbara Brown;Douglas D Perkins;Graham Brown.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2003)
Dialectic Conceptions In Social Psychology: An Application To Social Penetration And Privacy Regulation
Irwin Altman;Anne Vinsel;Barbara B. Brown.
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (1981)
The ecology of empowerment: Predicting participation in community organizations
Douglas D. Perkins;Barbara B. Brown;Ralph B. Taylor.
Journal of Social Issues (1996)
Social Cohesiveness, Territoriality, and Holiday Decorations The Influence of Cul-de-Sacs
Barbara B. Brown;Carol M. Werner.
Environment and Behavior (1985)
Incivilities, place attachment and crime: Block and individual effects
Barbara B. Brown;Douglas D. Perkins;Graham Brown.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2004)
Territoriality, defensible space and residential burglary : an environmental analysis
Barbara B. Brown;Irwin Altman.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (1983)
Mixed land use and walkability: Variations in land use measures and relationships with BMI, overweight, and obesity.
Barbara B. Brown;Ikuho Yamada;Ken R. Smith;Ken R. Smith;Cathleen D. Zick.
Health & Place (2009)
Increasing preschoolers' physical activity intensities: an activity-friendly preschool playground intervention.
James C. Hannon;Barbara B. Brown.
Preventive Medicine (2008)
Walkable Route Perceptions and Physical Features: Converging Evidence for En Route Walking Experiences.
Barbara B. Brown;Carol M. Werner;Jonathan W. Amburgey;Caitlin Szalay.
Environment and Behavior (2007)
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