Dr Benjamin Chrisinger: List of publications

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Understanding Where We Are Well: Neighborhood-Level Social and Environmental Correlates of Well-Being in the Stanford Well for Life Study.

“If you Build it with them, they will come”: What makes a supermarket intervention successful in a food desert?

Maximizing the promise of citizen science to advance health and prevent disease.

How Well Do Seniors Estimate Distance to Food? The Accuracy of Older Adults’ Reported Proximity to Local Grocery Stores

All Talk No Walk: Student Perceptions on Integration of Diversity and Practice in Planning Programs

Where Are We Going? Where Have We Been?: The Climate for Diversity within Urban Planning Educational Programs

Diet Quality Over the Monthly Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Cycle.

Where do U.S. households purchase healthy foods? An analysis of food-at-home purchases across different types of retailers in a nationally representative dataset.

Stress experiences in neighborhood and social environments (SENSE): a pilot study to integrate the quantified self with citizen science to improve the built environment and health.

Family food purchases of high- and low-calorie foods in full-service supermarkets and other food retailers by Black women in an urban US setting.

Leveraging Citizen Science for Healthier Food Environments: A Pilot Study to Evaluate Corner Stores in Camden, New Jersey.

Interdisciplinary food-related academic programs: A 2015 snapshot of the United States landscape.

Discrete Choice Model of Food Store Trips Using National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase Survey (FoodAPS).

Letter Regarding “Improving the Nutritional Impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program”

Ethical imperatives against item restriction in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Evaluating Healthy Corner Stores: A Survey of Assessment Tools Used in the San Francisco Bay Area, 2016

Characteristics of automated external defibrillator coverage in Philadelphia, PA, based on land use and estimated risk.

Taking Stock of New Supermarkets in Food Deserts: Patterns in Development, Financing, and Health Promotion.

A Mixed-Method Assessment of a New Supermarket in a Food Desert: Contributions to Everyday Life and Health

Reconsidering the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program as community development.

Tradition of Healthy Food Access in Low-Income Neighborhoods: Price and Variety of Curbside Produce Vending Compared to Conventional Retailers

AED Allocation: Creating Rules for AED Placement Based on Urban Risk Maps

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