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建筑环境与静态行为相关性研究进展

邓顺凤 杨丽黎 彭志杭 周涛 何姜琴 叶静 冉露露

邓顺凤, 杨丽黎, 彭志杭, 周涛, 何姜琴, 叶静, 冉露露. 建筑环境与静态行为相关性研究进展[J]. 中国公共卫生, 2023, 39(11): 1501-1506. doi: 10.11847/zgggws1140415
引用本文: 邓顺凤, 杨丽黎, 彭志杭, 周涛, 何姜琴, 叶静, 冉露露. 建筑环境与静态行为相关性研究进展[J]. 中国公共卫生, 2023, 39(11): 1501-1506. doi: 10.11847/zgggws1140415
DENG Shunfeng, YANG Lili, PENG Zhihang, ZHOU Tao, HE Jiangqin, YE Jing, RAN Lulu. Correlation between built environment and sedentary behavior: a review[J]. Chinese Journal of Public Health, 2023, 39(11): 1501-1506. doi: 10.11847/zgggws1140415
Citation: DENG Shunfeng, YANG Lili, PENG Zhihang, ZHOU Tao, HE Jiangqin, YE Jing, RAN Lulu. Correlation between built environment and sedentary behavior: a review[J]. Chinese Journal of Public Health, 2023, 39(11): 1501-1506. doi: 10.11847/zgggws1140415

建筑环境与静态行为相关性研究进展

doi: 10.11847/zgggws1140415
基金项目: 浙江省金华市科技计划项目(2021C221470)
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    作者简介:

    邓顺凤(1997 – ),硕士在读,研究方向:慢性疾病管理

    通信作者:

    杨丽黎,E-mail:3200006@zju.edu.cn

Correlation between built environment and sedentary behavior: a review

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  • 摘要: 静态行为已成为居民闲暇时间中主要的生活方式,鉴于其对健康的严重危害,减少静态行为已被列为促进公共健康的优先事项。目前常通过促进身体活动或打断静态行为的方式对其进行干预。而建筑环境作为静态行为的决定因素之一,越来越多的研究聚焦于探究其与静态行为的联系,并提出采用环境干预身体活动和静态行为可能是一种更为经济、合适的方法,但目前鲜有研究明确建筑环境具体的特征对静态行为作用机制和影响程度。本研究通过综述建筑环境特征及其与静态行为相关的研究现状、测量工具、环境干预等,为静态行为干预策略提供理论依据。
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