Her primary areas of investigation include Gerontology, Walkability, Environmental health, Level design and Obesity. The various areas that Benedicte Deforche examines in her Gerontology study include Cross-sectional study, Sedentary lifestyle, Demography and Quality of life. Her Walkability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Activities of daily living, Health promotion, Social class and Socioeconomic status.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multilevel model and Biostatistics. Her study in Obesity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology, Weight gain and Body mass index. Her research investigates the connection with Overweight and areas like Physical therapy which intersect with concerns in Health education and Normal weight.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gerontology, Environmental health, Psychological intervention, Overweight and Physical therapy. Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychosocial, Sedentary lifestyle, Public transport and Health promotion. In her study, Focus group and Qualitative research is strongly linked to Social support, which falls under the umbrella field of Psychosocial.
Her Environmental health research includes elements of Socioeconomic status, Recreation and Walkability. The concepts of her Psychological intervention study are interwoven with issues in Intervention and Public health. Benedicte Deforche is exploring Overweight as part of her Obesity and Body mass index and Overweight studies.
Benedicte Deforche spends much of her time researching Cycling, Applied psychology, Psychological intervention, Demography and Qualitative research. Her study looks at the relationship between Applied psychology and topics such as Recreation, which overlap with Physical fitness. She interconnects Active living, Developmental psychology, Social environment, Palliative care and Socioeconomic status in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention.
Her Qualitative research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social relation, Social influence and Content analysis. Her study looks at the intersection of Environmental studies and topics like Social determinants of health with Gerontology. Gerontology is frequently linked to Survey data collection in her study.
Benedicte Deforche focuses on Cycling, Psychological intervention, Applied psychology, Demography and Public open space. In her study, Computer-assisted web interviewing is inextricably linked to Socioeconomic status, which falls within the broad field of Psychological intervention. Her Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Qualitative research and Recreation.
Her Demography study incorporates themes from Latent class model, Fat intake, Social environment, Healthy eating and Total fat. Her Active ageing research incorporates themes from Street network and Walkability. In her papers, Benedicte Deforche integrates diverse fields, such as Walkability and Context.
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Determinants of eating behaviour in university students: a qualitative study using focus group discussions
Tom Deliens;Peter Clarys;Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij;Benedicte Deforche;Benedicte Deforche.
BMC Public Health (2014)
Relationship between the physical environment and physical activity in older adults: A systematic review
Jelle Van Cauwenberg;Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij;Femke De Meester;Delfien Van Dyck.
Health & Place (2011)
Relationship between the physical environment and different domains of physical activity in European adults: a systematic review
Veerle Van Holle;Benedicte Deforche;Benedicte Deforche;Jelle Van Cauwenberg;Liesbet Goubert.
BMC Public Health (2012)
Neighborhood SES and walkability are related to physical activity behavior in Belgian adults.
Delfien Van Dyck;Greet Cardon;Benedicte Deforche;Benedicte Deforche;James F. Sallis.
Preventive Medicine (2010)
Changes in weight, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and dietary intake during the transition to higher education: a prospective study
Benedicte Deforche;Benedicte Deforche;Delfien Van Dyck;Delfien Van Dyck;Tom Deliens;Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2015)
Attitude toward physical activity in normal-weight, overweight and obese adolescents
Benedicte I. Deforche;Ilse M. De Bourdeaudhuij;Ann P. Tanghe.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2006)
Environmental and psychosocial correlates of physical activity in Portuguese and Belgian adults.
Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij;Pedro J Teixeira;Greet Cardon;Benedicte Deforche.
Public Health Nutrition (2005)
Evaluation of a 2-year physical activity and healthy eating intervention in middle school children
Leen Haerens;Benedicte Deforche;Lea Maes;Greet Cardon.
Health Education Research (2006)
Environmental factors influencing older adults’ walking for transportation: a study using walk-along interviews.
Jelle Van Cauwenberg;Jelle Van Cauwenberg;Veerle Van Holle;Dorien Simons;Riet Deridder.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2012)
The contribution of psychosocial and home environmental factors in explaining eating behaviours in adolescents.
L Haerens;M Craeynest;B Deforche;L Maes.
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2008)
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