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Stephen A. Matthews
Stephen A. Matthews
Professor: Sociology, Anthropology & Demography; Director Demography; Penn State University
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New neighborhood grocery store increased awareness of food access but did not alter dietary habits or obesity
S Cummins, E Flint, SA Matthews
Health Affairs 33 (2), 283-291, 2014
5482014
Activity space environment and dietary and physical activity behaviors: a pilot study
SN Zenk, AJ Schulz, SA Matthews, A Odoms-Young, JE Wilbur, ...
Health & Place 17 (5), 1150-1161, 2011
4932011
Beyond the census tract: Patterns and determinants of racial segregation at multiple geographic scales
BA Lee, SF Reardon, G Firebaugh, CR Farrell, SA Matthews, D O'Sullivan
American Sociological Review 73 (5), 766-791, 2008
4422008
The geographic scale of metropolitan racial segregation
SF Reardon, SA Matthews, D O’Sullivan, BA Lee, G Firebaugh, CR Farrell, ...
Demography 45 (3), 489-514, 2008
3852008
Geo-ethnography: coupling geographic information analysis techniques with ethnographic methods in urban research
SA Matthews, JE Detwiler, LM Burton
Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and …, 2005
2812005
Mapping the results of local statistics: Using geographically weighted regression
SA Matthews, TC Yang
Demographic Research 26 (6), 151-166, 2012
2092012
Spatial Polygamy And Contextual Exposures (SPACEs): Promoting activity space approaches in research on place and health
SA Matthews, TC Yang
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (8), 1057-1081, 2013
1902013
Race and space in the 1990s: changes in the geographic scale of racial residential segregation, 1990-2000
SF Reardon, CR Farrell, SA Matthews, D O'Sullivan, K Bischoff, ...
Social Science Research 38 (1), 55-70, 2009
1892009
The effects of economic conditions and access to reproductive health services on state abortion rates and birthrates
SA Matthews, D Ribar, M Wilhelm
Family planning perspectives, 52-60, 1997
1861997
Spatial polygamy and the heterogeneity of place: studying people and place via egocentric methods
SA Matthews
Chapter in Edited Book "Communities, Neighborhoods, and Health", 35-55, 2011
1682011
The salience of neighborhood: some lessons from sociology.
SA Matthews
American Journal of Preventive Medicine 34 (3), 257, 2008
1292008
A spatial analysis of COVID-19 period prevalence in US counties through June 28, 2020: Where geography matters?
F Sun, SA Matthews, TC Yang, MH Hu
Annals of Epidemiology 52, 54-59, 2020
1172020
Urban poverty and neighborhood effects on crime: Incorporating spatial and network perspectives
C Graif, AS Gladfelter, SA Matthews
Sociology Compass 8 (9), 1140-1155, 2014
1152014
Progress in spatial demography
SA Matthews, DM Parker
Demographic Research 28, 271-312, 2013
1062013
Work group II: Using Geographic Information Systems for enhancing research relevant to policy on diet, physical activity, and weight
SA Matthews, AV Moudon, M Daniel
American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36 (4), S171-S176, 2009
982009
Exploring the role of the built and social neighborhood environment in moderating stress and health
SA Matthews, TC Yang
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 39 (2), 170-183, 2010
972010
The role of social and built environments in predicting self-rated stress: a multilevel analysis in Philadelphia
TC Yang, SA Matthews
Health & Place 16 (5), 803-810, 2010
902010
Does transportation mode modify associations between distance to food store, fruit and vegetable consumption, and BMI in low-income neighborhoods?
D Fuller, S Cummins, SA Matthews
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 97 (1), 167-172, 2013
872013
Between exposure, access and use: Reconsidering foodscape influences on dietary behaviours
C Clary, SA Matthews, Y Kestens
Health and Place 44, 1-7, 2017
852017
Breast cancer screening, area deprivation, and later stage breast cancer in Appalachia: Does geography matter?
RT Anderson, TC Yang, SA Matthews, F Camacho, T Kern, HB Mackley, ...
Health Services Research 49 (2), 546-567, 2014
832014
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