Measuring geographically patterned hazards and resources

Local contexts can undermine health, or provide opportunities to be well. Measuring spatially patterned exposures is necessary for understanding how they may affect health. Exciting recent directions include incorporation of longitudinal geographic data and attention to potential bias.
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Publication: American Journal of Epidemiology
Year published: 2010
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Publication: Obesity Reviews
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Author(s): MS Mujahid, AV Diez Roux, JD Morenoff, T Raghunathan
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Author(s): AG Rundle, MD Bader, CA Richards, KM Neckerman, JO Teitler
Publication: American Journal of Preventive Medicine
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Publication: American Journal of Preventive Medicine
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