Publications

Journals

                                                                                                                                             

  • Abiodun OO, Lee C, Nehme EK,  Dowdy D, Ory M, and Hoelscher DM (in press). Parental safety concerns and active school commute: correlates across multiple domains in the home-to-school journey. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine and Physical Activity.
  • Li W, Joh K, Lee C, Kim, J.-H., *Park H, and *Woo A (in press). From Car-Dependent Neighborhoods To Walkers’ Paradise: Estimating Walkability Premiums in the Condominium Housing Market. Transportation Research Record.
  • Kim, J.-H., Lee C, Olvera N, and Ellis C (in press). The Role of Landscape Spatial Patterns on Obesity in Hispanic Children Residing in Inner-City Neighborhoods. Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
  • Rodiek S, Lee C, and *Nejati A (in press). You Can’t Get There From Here: Reaching the Outdoors in Senior Housing. Journal of Housing for the Elderly.
  • Mier N, Lee C, Smith ML, Wang X, Irizarrye D, Avila-Rodriguez EH, Trevino L, and Ory MG (in press). Mexican American Children's Perspectives: Neighborhood Characteristics and Physical Activity in Texas-Mexico Border Colonias. Journal of Environmental Health.
  • Sohn, W.*, Kim, J.-H., and Neman, G. (Accepted). A BLUEprint for stormwater infrastructure design: Implementation and efficacy of LID. Landscape Research Record.
  • Lee C, Barroso CS, and Troped PJ (2014) Revolution/evolution of active living research: Perspectives from interdisciplinary grantees. American Journal of Health Promotion, 28(3), S125-127
  • Lee C and *Li L (2014). Demographic, Physical Activity, and Route Characteristics Related to School Transportation: An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Health Promotion, 28(3), S77-88
  • Lee C, *Kim H, Dowdy D, Hoelscher D, and Ory MG (2013). TCOPPE School Environmental Audit Tool: Assessing Safety and Walkability of School Environments. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10 (7): 949-960.
  • Zhu X, Lu Z, *Yu C, Lee C, and Mann G (2013). Walkable Communities: Impacts on residents’ physical and social health. World Health Design, (7), 68-75.
  • Rodiek S, Boggess MM, Lee C, Booth GJ, and *Morris A (2013). Can Better Outdoor Environments Lead to Cost Benefits in Assisted Living Facilities through Increased Word-of-Mouth Referrals? Health Environments Research and Design, 6(2), 12-26.
  • Lee C, Zhu X, *Yoon J, and Varni (2013). Beyond Distance: Children’s school mode choice. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45(S1), 55-67.
  • Mier N, Irizarry D, Smith ML, Carrillo-Zuniga C, Lee C, Trevino L, and Ory MG (2013). Bridging Research and Policy to Address Childhood Obesity among Border Hispanics: A Pilot Study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine,S208–S214.
  • Lee C, Ory MG, *Yoon J, and Forjuoh SN (2013). Neighborhood Walking among Overweight and Obese Adults Age Variations in Barriers and Motivators. Journal of Community Health, 38, 12-22.
  • *Yu C & Zhu X (2013). Impacts of residential self-selection and built environments on children’s walking-to- school behaviors. Environment and Behavior.
  • Zhu X, Ulrich R & *Bai X (2013) Design for patient safety: Relationships between hospital environment and hospital-acquired infections. Urbanism and Architecture, 2013(5), 22-24. (In Chinese)
  • *Song Y & Zhu X (2013) Neonatal intensive care unit design: The trend in the United States and Its implications for China. Urbanism and Architecture, 2013(6), 16-19. (In Chinese)
  • Ma D, Zhou Y & Zhu X (2013) Balance between intension and dispersion: A multi-core and modular design approach for large-scale hospitals. Urbanism and Architecture, 2013(5), 31-34. (In Chinese)
  • Forjuoh SN, Lee C, Wang S, Hong Y, and Ory MG (2012). Family Physicians’ Views about Discussing Physical Activity and Environmental Barriers in Clinical Encounters with Obese Patients. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2(4), 423-428.
  • Hong Y, Ory MG, Lee C, Wang S, *Pulczinski J, and Forjuoh SN (2012). Walking and neighborhood environments for obese and overweight patients: Perspectives from family physicians. Family Medicine, 44(5), 336-341.
  • Olvera N, Smith DW, Lee C, Lee J, Kellam S, and *Kim, J.-H. (2012). Hispanic Maternal and Children's Perceptions of Neighborhood Safety Related to Walking and Cycling. Health and Place, 18(1), 71-75.
  • *Wieters M, Kim, J.-H., and Lee C (2012). Assessment of Wearable Global Positioning System Units for Physical Activity Research. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 9, 913-923.
  • Lu Z & Zhu X (2012) Evidence-based design research and practice. Chinese Hospital Architecture & Equipment, 2012(10), 25-29. (In Chinese)
  • Olvera N, Smith DW, Lee C, Liu J, Lee J,  Kim, J.-H., and *Kellam SF (2011). Comparing High and Low Acculturated Mothers and Physical Activity in Hispanic Children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, S206-13.
  • Smith ML, Benden M, and Lee C. (2011). At the Intersection of Health Promotion and Potential Danger: Encouraging Active Communities amidst Distracted Driving {commentary}, Preventing Chronic Diseases.
  • Forjuoh SN, Lee C, Wang S, Hong Y, and Ory MG (2011). Patient-physician discussion of physical activity and environmental barriers {Letter}.  Preventive Medicine, Jul 22 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Fullilove M, Lee C, and Sallis J (2011). Engaging Communities to Create Active Living Environments, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8, S1-4.
  • Zhu X, Lee C, Varni J, and Kwok O (2011). Context-Specific Correlates of Walking Behaviors to and From School: Do They Vary Across Neighborhoods and Populations? Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8, S59–71.
  • Zhu X & Sallis J (2011). Designing for healthy communities: Active living, healthy eating, and comprehensive community development. Journal of the Institute for Comprehensive Community Development, 2(2), 9-20.
  • Zhu X & Sallis J (2011). State of practice in designing for healthy communities. Journal of the Institute for Comprehensive Community Development, 2(2), 21-24.
  • *Wang Z and Lee C (2010). Site and Neighborhood Environments for Walking among Older Adults. Health and Place, 16(6), 1268-1279.
  • Lee C (2010). Healthy City Research and Policy in the US. Land, July: 12-25. In Korean [invited].
  • Lu Z & Zhu X (2010). An introduction of the design of long-term care facilities in the United States. Urbanism and Architecture, 2010(7), 14-17. (In Chinese)
  • Rodiek S and Lee C (2009). Environmental Features that Increase Outdoor Usage at Residential Facilities for Older Adults. World Health Design, October, 49-55.
  • Zhu X and Lee C. (2009) Correlates of Walking to School and Their Implications for Health and Equity. Journal of Public Health Policy, 30, S117-S202.
  • Lee C and Zhu X (2008). Environment and School Transportation: A Review of Evidence from Physical Activity, Health and Equity Perspectives. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, 1(4):441-454.
  • Lee C and Moudon A (2008). Active Living and Neighborhood Environments: An Empirical Investigation. Building Research and Information, 36(5), 395-411.
  • Zhu X and Lee C (2008). Walkability and Safety around Elementary Schools: Economic and Ethnic Disparities. American Journal of Prevention Medicine, 34(4), 282-290.
  • Zhu X and Lee C (2008). Personal and Environmenta Correlates of Walking to School: Case Study in Austin, TX. TheScientific WorldJournal, 8, 859-872.
  • Ulrich R, Zimring C, Zhu X, et al. (2008). A review of the research literature on evidence-based healthcare design. Health Environments Research and Design Journal, 1(3), 61-125.
  • Ulrich R & Zhu X (2007). Medical complications of intra-hospital patient transports: Implications for architectural design and research. Health Environments Research and Design Journal, 1(1), 31-43.
  • Lee C (2007). Environment and Active Living: The roles of health risk and economic factors. American Journal of Health Promotion, 21(4), S293-304.
  • Lee C, Sharkawy, A. and Gao S (2007). Value by Design: Smart design principles for neighborhood shopping centers. Journal of Shopping Center Research, 14(2), 73-96.
  • Moudon A, Lee C, Cheadle A, Collier C, Johnson D, Schmid T and Weather B (2007). Attributes of Environments Supporting Walking.American Journal of Health Promotion, 21(5), 448-459.
  • Lee C and Moudon A (2006). The 3Ds+R: Quantifying land use and urban form correlates of walking. Transportation Research D, 11(3), 204-215.
  • Lee C and Moudon A (2006). Correlates of Walking for Transportation or Recreation Purposes. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 3(1), S99-S117.
  • Lee C, Moudon A, and Courbois J (2006). Built Environment and Behavior: Spatial sampling using parcel data. Annals of Epidemiology, 16(5), 387-394.
  • Moudon A, Lee C, Cheadle A, Collier C, Johnson D, Schmid T and Weather B (2006). Operational Definition of Walkable Neighborhood: Empirical and theoretical insights. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 3(1), S77-S98.
  • Moudon A, Lee C, Cheadle A, Collier C, Johnson D, Schmid T and Weather B (2005). Cycling and the Built Environment. Transportation Research D, 10(3), 245-261.
  • Lee C and Moudon A (2004). Physical Activity and Environment Research in the Health Field: Implications for urban and transportation planning practice and research. Journal of Planning Literature, 19(2), 147-181.
  • Moudon A and Lee C (2003). Walking and Biking: An evaluation of environmental audit instruments. American Journal of Health Promotion, 18(1), 21-37.

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Book Chapters

 

  • Ory MG, Satariano WA, Lee C (in press). Health and the Built Environment: Enhancing Successful Aging through Environmental Intervention. In. Healthy Aging: Improving the quality of life for older people. Springer.
  • Satariano WA, Ory MG, Lee C (2012). Planned and Built Environments in Public Health. In: Prohaska TR, Anderson LA, Binstock RH, eds. Public Health in an Aging Society. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 327-352.
  • Wu J, Lu Z, Zhu X, et al (2011). Case studies of green buildings in foreign countries. In Green Building Design and Technology (pp. 573-655). Nanjing, China: Southeast University Publisher. (In Chinese)
  • Moudon A and Lee C (2009). Urbanism by Numbers: A quantitative approach to urban form. In. Towards a Metropolitan Urbanism: Essays on design, modernity and American cities. Edited by Tatom J. Oxford, UK: Taylor & Francis Group Ltd., 57-77.
  • Lee C and *Zhu X (2008). School Transportation, Health and Equity: The role of built environments. In. Transportation Research Trend. Edited by Columbus F. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 93-127.
  • Lee C (2003). Los Angeles. In. International Urban Form Study: Development pattern and density of selected world cities. Edited by Kim K. Seoul, Korea: Seoul Development Institute, 853-967.

 

Other Publications

                                                                                                                                                       

  • Zhu X, Lee C & Lu Z (2014). Impacts of A Walkable Community on Residents' Physical Activities. Final Report, Global Obesity Prevention Center at Johns Hopkins University.
  • Zhu X, Lu Z, Lee C & Mann G (2014). Evaluating Impacts of a Walkable Community on Residents' Physical and Social Health. Final Report, American Institute of Architects.
  • Zhu X & Lee C (2013). Can Policy and Environmental Interventions Increase Active School Transportation and Children’s Physical Activity? Final Report, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Hunter RH, Potts  S, Beyerle R, Stollof E, Lee C, Duncan R, Vandenberg A, Belza B, Marquez DX, Friedman DB, Bryant LL (2013). Pathways to Better Community Wayfinding. CDC Healthy Aging Network, Easter Seals, America Walks, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Smart Growth America, National Complete Street Coalition, International Council on Active Aging, National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, Universal Design Institute.
  • Lee C, Saginor, J and Zhu X (2013). Perceived and Actual Economic Values of Activity-Friendly Environments: Willingness to Pay and Willingness to Use. Final Report, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Cho, W., Oh, C., Lee, D., Kim, J.-H., Kim, I., Oh, H., Choi, O., and Kim, K. (2013). Natural resources change survey and management practice study of the Baekdudaegan Mountains. Korea Forest Service. (in Korean)
  • Newman, N., Kim, J.-H., and Ren, Y.* (2013) TAES Annex Building, Water Smart Program, Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
  • Lee C, Sui, D, Zhu X, and Varni J (2012). The “Whys” and “Why Nots” of Active Living: Barriers and Motivators among High Risk Children. Final Report, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Kweon, T., Choi, S., Oh, C., Cho, W., Jin, Y., Lee, D., Kim, J.-H., Seo, J., Kim, I., Oh, H., and Kim, K. (2012). Natural resources change survey and management practice study of the Baekdudaegan Mountains. Korea Forest Service. (in Korean)
  • Lee C, Forjuoh S and Ory M (2010). Promoting Walking and Other Physical Activity among Obese and Diabetic Patients in an Integrated Healthcare Plan: Physician and Environmental Determinants, Final Report, Scott &White, Temple, TX.
  • Lee C (2010). Healthy City Research and Policy in the US. Research Report, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, South Korea. In Korean.
  • Lee C, Wieters M, Guisti C, and Lord D (2010). The Environment and Obesity among Latino Adults: A case study exploring the roles of environments in promoting physical activity and reducing obesity among colonia residents, Research Paper and Online Publication, Inter-University Program for Latino Research, Notre Dame, IN.
  • Lee C, Murano P, and Zhu X (2010). Campus Environment, Diet and Activity, Final Report, College of Architecture and AgriLife, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
  • Kim, J.-H. (2010). Assessing the built environment conditions for walking and biking around elementary schools in San Luis Obispo, CA. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.
  • Lee C (2009). Park Financing: Case studies of urban parks in the US, the UK and Canada. Final Report, Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, South Korea. In Korean.
  • Zhu X (2008). Developing the School Buffer Walkability Index as an Environmental Audit Tool for Safe Routes to School Programs. Final Report, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Ulrich R, Zimring C, Zhu X, et al (2008). A review of the research literature on evidence-based healthcare design. White paper, Georgia institute of Technology and the Center for Health Design.
  • Ulrich R, Zhu X & Lu Z (2008). Effects of the physical environment of mental health facilities on patient aggression: Implications for facility design. Douglas Institute Renewal Project, Douglas Mental Health University Institute, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • Guisti C, Lee C, Lord D and *Wieters M (2008). Transportation Infrastructure and Quality of Life for Disadvantage Populations. Final Report, U.S. Department of Transportation, University Transportation Centers Program, Southwest Region University Transportation Center and Texas Transportation Institute.
  • Lee C and Zhu X (2008). School Transportation, Health and Equity: The role of built environments. In. Transportation Research Trend. Edited by Peter O. Inweldi. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 
  • Moudon A and Lee C (2009). Urbanism by Numbers: A quantitative approach to urban form. In. Towards a Metropolitan Urbanism: Essays on design, modernity and American cities. Edited by Tatom J. Oxford, UK: Taylor & Francis Group Ltd.
  • Lee C (2003). Los Angeles. In. International Urban Form Study: Development pattern and density of selected world cities. Edited by Kim K. Seoul, Korea: Seoul Development Institute.
  • Guisti C, Lee C, Lord D and Wieters, M (2008). Transportation Infrastructure and Quality of Life for Disadvantage Populations. Final Report, U.S. Department of Transportation, University Transportation Centers Program, Southwest Region University Transportation Center and Texas Transportation Institute. 
  • Kweon, B.-S., Shin, W., Folzenlogen, R., and Kim, J.-H. (2006). Children transportation: Identifying environments that foster walking and biking to school (SWUTC/06/473700-00031-1). Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), College Station, TX.
  • Volkman, N., and Kim, J.-H. (2006), Redevelopment Plan for Magnolia Gardens. A Project Report for the Beaumont Housing Authority (BHA) as a Community Outreach Project. BHA, Beaumont, TX. (BHA won the HOPE VI grant of $20 million. This report was attached for their funded application package.)
  • Kim, Y.-I., Kim, J.-H., Ahn, J., and Choi, A. (2001). Cultural and sustainable pedestrian design for Anyang City. Korea Institute of Landscape Architecture (KILA), Seoul, Korea. (in Korean)
  • Kim, Y.-I., Kim, B., Ahn, J., Yoon, J., Kim, J.-H., and Moon, J. (2000). Waterscape design for Anyang City. Korea Institute of Landscape Architecture (KILA), Seoul, Korea. (in Korean)
  • Kim, Y.-I., Kweon, S.-J., Kim, B., Ahn, J., Moon, J., Kim, J.-H., and Yoon, J. (2000). Green infrastructure plan for Anyang City. Korea Institute of Landscape Architecture (KILA), Seoul, Korea. (in Korean)

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