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Kelly R. Evenson


Kelly Evenson is with the Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.


Articles:

JPAH
  A Tale of Two Trails: Exploring Different Paths to Success, (Volume 8, Issue 4, May)
  An Analysis of State Legislation on Community Trails, (Volume 7, Supplement, March)
  Correlates of Physical Activity at Two Time Points During Pregnancy, (Volume 9, Issue 3, March)
  Dog Ownership and Physical Activity: A Review of the Evidence, (Volume 10, Issue 5, July)
  Evaluation of the Physical Activity and Public Health Course for Researchers, (In Press)
  How Much Observation Is Enough? Refining the Administration of SOPARC, (Volume 8, Issue 8, November)
  Identifying Walking Trips From GPS and Accelerometer Data in Adolescent Females, (Volume 9, Issue 3, March)
  Master Plans for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation: Community Characteristics, (Volume 7, Supplement, March)
  National Study of Changes in Community Access to School Physical Activity Facilities: The School Health Policies and Programs Study, (Volume 7, Supplement, March)
  Opportunity Meets Planning: An Assessment of the Physical Activity Emphasis in State Obesity-Related Plans, (Volume 11, Issue 1, January)
  Physical Activity and Injuries During Pregnancy, (Volume 7, Issue 6, November)
JAPA
  Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Among Adults 60 Years and Older: New York City Residents Compared With a National Sample, (Volume 22, Issue 4, October)
JPAH
  Physical and Social Contexts of Physical Activities Among Adolescent Girls, (Volume 6, Issue 2, March)
  Planning for Pedestrians and Bicyclists: Results From a Statewide Municipal Survey, (Volume 8, Supplement, September)
  Progress and Future Directions on Physical Activity Research Among Youth, (Volume 8, Issue 2, February)
  Proximity to School and Physical Activity Among Middle School Girls: The Trial of Activity for Adolescent Girls Study, (Volume 3, Supplement, February)
  Sector Activities and Lessons Learned Around Initial Implementation of the United States National Physical Activity Plan, (In Press)
  Self-Reported and Objectively Measured Physical Activity Among a Cohort of Postpartum Women: The PIN Postpartum Study, (Volume 9, Issue 1, January)
  The Association of Perceived and Objectively Measured Crime With Physical Activity: A Cross-Sectional Analysis, (Volume 5, Issue 1, January)
  Validity and Reliability of a School Travel Survey, (Volume 5, Supplement, January)


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