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Cho, Gi-Hyoug (조기혁)

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Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학과)
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2015-06Location or design? Associations between neighbourhood location, built environment and walkingCho, Gi-Hyoug; Rodriguez, DanielARTICLE811 Location or design? Associations between neighbourhood location, built environment and walking
2014-12The influence of residential dissonance on physical activity and walking: Evidence from the Montgomery County, MD, and Twin Cities, MN, areasCho, Gi-Hyoug; Rodriguez D.A.ARTICLE908 The influence of residential dissonance on physical activity and walking: Evidence from the Montgomery County, MD, and Twin Cities, MN, areas
2012-03Identifying walking trips from GPS and accelerometer data in adolescent femalesCho, Gi-Hyoug; Rodriguez, Daniel A.; Elder, John P., et alARTICLE756
2012-01Out and about: Association of the built environment with physical activity behaviors of adolescent femalesRodriguez, Daniel A.; Cho, Gi-Hyoug; Evenson, Kelly R., et alARTICLE707
2011-02Identifying Walking Trips Using GPS DataCho, Gi-Hyoug; Rodriguez, Daniel A.; Evenson, Kelly R.ARTICLE729 Identifying Walking Trips Using GPS Data
2011-01Disaggregate Land Uses and WalkingMcConville, Megan E.; Rodriguez, Daniel A.; Clifton, Kelly, et alARTICLE818 Disaggregate Land Uses and Walking
2009-11Comparing objective measures of environmental supports for pedestrian travel in adultsShay, E.; Rodriguez, D.A.; Cho, Gi-Hyoug, et alARTICLE607 Comparing objective measures of environmental supports for pedestrian travel in adults
2009-07The role of the built environment in explaining relationships between perceived and actual pedestrian and bicyclist safetyCho, Gi-Hyoug; Rodriguez, D.A.; Khattak, A.J.ARTICLE792 The role of the built environment in explaining relationships between perceived and actual pedestrian and bicyclist safety
2001-11주거지역의 토지이용변화에 가로체계가 미치는 영향Cho, Gi-Hyoug; Ahn, Geon Hyeok; Lee, Chang MooARTICLE725

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