His primary areas of investigation include Walkability, Built environment, Environmental health, Gerontology and Level design. His research integrates issues of Urban design and Travel behavior in his study of Walkability. The Built environment study combines topics in areas such as Demography, Public economics and Land use.
His Mixed-use development study, which is part of a larger body of work in Land use, is frequently linked to Community design, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Environmental health research integrates issues from Spatial analysis and Socioeconomic status. Lawrence D. Frank focuses mostly in the field of Gerontology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Obesity and, in certain cases, Quality of life, Body mass index and Observational study.
Lawrence D. Frank mostly deals with Built environment, Walkability, Environmental health, Gerontology and Demography. The various areas that Lawrence D. Frank examines in his Built environment study include Observational study, Transport engineering, Public transport, Land use and Health equity. He combines subjects such as Body mass index, Overweight and Pedestrian with his study of Walkability.
Lawrence D. Frank focuses mostly in the field of Environmental health, narrowing it down to matters related to Recreation and, in some cases, Regression analysis. His research in Gerontology intersects with topics in Sedentary lifestyle, Quality of life and Health promotion. His study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Motor activity, Obesity and Median income.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Built environment, Walkability, Environmental health, Demography and Overweight. The concepts of his Built environment study are interwoven with issues in Gerontology, Environmental planning, Applied psychology, Health promotion and Socioeconomic status. His research in Environmental planning intersects with topics in Urban design and Health care.
His study in Walkability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body mass index and Observational study, Statistics. The Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Meta-analysis, Sedentary behavior and Recreation. His study looks at the relationship between Demography and fields such as Obesity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Built environment, Walkability, Environmental health, Human factors and ergonomics and Gerontology. The concepts of his Built environment study are interwoven with issues in Affordable housing, Logistic regression and Land use. His research integrates issues of Observational study, Intraclass correlation, Travel behavior and Environmental planning in his study of Walkability.
Lawrence D. Frank combines subjects such as Regression analysis, Social support, Demography and Variables with his study of Observational study. The various areas that Lawrence D. Frank examines in his Environmental health study include Incidence, Sedentary behavior, Active living, Recreation and Air pollution. His studies deal with areas such as Health promotion, Social ecological model, Ecological psychology and Health psychology as well as Gerontology.
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Environmental correlates of walking and cycling: Findings from the transportation, urban design, and planning literatures
Brian E. Saelens;James F. Sallis;Lawrence D. Frank.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2003)
Obesity relationships with community design, physical activity, and time spent in cars
Lawrence D. Frank;Martin A. Andresen;Martin A. Andresen;Thomas L. Schmid.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2004)
Linking objectively measured physical activity with objectively measured urban form: findings from SMARTRAQ.
Lawrence D. Frank;Thomas L. Schmid;James F. Sallis;James Chapman.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2005)
Impacts of Mixed Use and Density on Utilization of Three Modes of Travel: Single-Occupant Vehicle, Transit, and Walking
Lawrence D. Frank;Gary Pivo.
Transportation Research Record (1994)
Many Pathways from Land Use to Health: Associations between Neighborhood Walkability and Active Transportation, Body Mass Index, and Air Quality
Lawrence D. Frank;James F. Sallis;Terry L. Conway;James E. Chapman.
Journal of The American Planning Association (2006)
Healthy nutrition environments: concepts and measures.
Karen Glanz;James F. Sallis;Brian E. Saelens;Lawrence D. Frank.
American Journal of Health Promotion (2005)
Urban Sprawl and Public Health: Designing, Planning, and Building for Healthy Communities
Howard Frumkin;Lawrence D. Frank;Richard Jackson.
Health and Community Design: The Impact Of The Built Environment On Physical Activity
Lawrence D. Frank;Peter O. Engelke;Thomas L. Schmid.
The development of a walkability index: application to the Neighborhood Quality of Life Study
Lawrence D Frank;James F Sallis;Brian E Saelens;Lauren Leary.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2010)
Environmental and societal factors affect food choice and physical activity: rationale, influences, and leverage points.
Sarah L. Booth;James F. Sallis;Cheryl Ritenbaugh;James O. Hill.
Nutrition Reviews (2009)
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