Gavin R. McCormack mostly deals with Demography, Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Destinations. His study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Pedagogy, Self-efficacy and Social support. His Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Inclusion, Focus group and Applied psychology.
His Human factors and ergonomics research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Occupational safety and health, Travel behavior and Social environment. His study on Destinations is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Advertising, Social psychology, Neighbourhood, Conceptual framework and Self-report study. He has researched Walkability in several fields, including Marketing and Interpersonal relationship.
Gavin R. McCormack mainly focuses on Walkability, Neighbourhood, Demography, Environmental health and Gerontology. His research in the fields of Neighborhood walkability overlaps with other disciplines such as Recreation, Level design and Behavioural sciences. His Demography study incorporates themes from Cross-sectional study and Overweight.
His work in Environmental health addresses subjects such as Socioeconomic status, which are connected to disciplines such as Marital status and Odds. His Gerontology research includes themes of Qualitative property and Biostatistics. By researching both Suicide prevention and Psychological intervention, Gavin R. McCormack produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
Gavin R. McCormack focuses on Walkability, Neighbourhood, Demography, Environmental health and Urban design. In his works, Gavin R. McCormack performs multidisciplinary study on Walkability and Recreation. His work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Computer-assisted web interviewing, Overweight, Sedentary time and Odds.
Gavin R. McCormack interconnects Psychosocial, Mental health and Socioeconomic status in the investigation of issues within Environmental health. His research in Applied psychology intersects with topics in PsycINFO, Test and Construct validity, Scale. His studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention, CINAHL, Systematic review and Social determinants of health as well as Observational study.
His primary areas of study are Walkability, Neighbourhood, Psychological intervention, Demography and Urban design. Gavin R. McCormack integrates Walkability and Recreation in his studies. Many of his Neighbourhood research pursuits overlap with Gerontology, Rigour, Global health and Knowledge management.
His Psychological intervention research incorporates elements of Pedometer, Cohort study and Population based study. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Sedentary behavior and Triaxial accelerometer. His studies in Environmental health integrate themes in fields like Sense of community and Population health.
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Characteristics of urban parks associated with park use and physical activity: a review of qualitative research.
Gavin R. McCormack;Melanie Rock;Ann M. Toohey;Danica Hignell.
Health & Place (2010)
In search of causality: a systematic review of the relationship between the built environment and physical activity among adults.
Gavin R McCormack;Alan Shiell.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2011)
An update of recent evidence of the relationship between objective and self-report measures of the physical environment and physical activity behaviours
Gavin Mccormack;Billie Giles-Corti;Andrea Lange;T. Smith.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2004)
The relationship between destination proximity, destination mix and physical activity behaviors
Gavin R McCormack;Billie Giles-Corti;Max K Bulsara.
Preventive Medicine (2008)
The influence of urban design on neighbourhood walking following residential relocation: longitudinal results from the RESIDE study.
Billie Giles-Corti;Fiona Bull;Matthew Knuiman;Gavin Mccormack.
Social Science & Medicine (2013)
The anatomy of the safe and social suburb: an exploratory study of the built environment, social capital and residents' perceptions of safety.
Lisa Wood;Tya Shannon;Max Bulsara;Terri J Pikora.
Health & Place (2008)
School site and the potential to walk to school: the impact of street connectivity and traffic exposure in school neighborhoods.
Billie Giles-Corti;Georgina Wood;Terri Pikora;Vincent Learnihan.
Health & Place (2011)
Objective versus perceived walking distances to destinations: Correspondence and predictive validity
Gavin R. McCormack;Ester Cerin;Eva R. Leslie;Lorinne Du Toit.
Environment and Behavior (2008)
Friendship networks and physical activity and sedentary behavior among youth: a systematized review.
Keri Jo Sawka;Gavin R McCormack;Alberto Nettel-Aguirre;Penelope Hawe.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2013)
How far do children travel from their homes? Exploring children's activity spaces in their neighborhood
Karen Villanueva;Billie Giles-Corti;Billie Giles-Corti;Max Bulsara;Gavin R. McCormack.
Health & Place (2012)
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