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Longitudinal analyses of children's active school travel from 6-8 years, and evaluation of a multicomponent active school travel intervention

Longitudinal analyses of children's active school travel from 6–8 years, and evaluation of a multicomponent active school travel intervention presented by Professor Melody Smith, University of Auckland, and hosted by the Transport Research Network.

In this presentation Melody will share findings from two recent examinations focusing on children's active school travel.

Firstly, relationships between active school travel and socio-environmental factors at the 6 and 8 year waves in the Growing Up in New Zealand study will be presented, followed by an exploration of longitudinal patterns in children's active school travel over this time.

Secondly, results from an active school travel intervention in four primary schools will be presented, including findings garnered from children, school representatives, parents, and residents.

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Date Thursday, 15 September 2022
Time 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Audience Public,Undergraduate students,Postgraduate students,Staff
Event Category Sciences
Event Type Academic
Seminar
Online
DepartmentPsychology
LocationVia Zoom
CostFree
Contact NameKim King
Contact Emailtransport.research@otago.ac.nz
Websitehttps://www.otago.ac.nz/centre-sustainability/research/otago61603

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