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densely worded paragraph.Question 121 / 1 ptsThe METHODS section of a journal paper like Sallis' "Co-benefits of designing communities for activeliving" depends on the type of research being done. A physics experiment would cover the details of theexperiment. In this case, what was the method used in the paper?carry out a series of questionnaires of people living incommunities designed for active livingcarry out a series of questionnaires of managers ofcommunities designed for active livingCorrect!explore the prior research literature on co-benefits of communities designed for activelivingcarry out a series of questionnaires of the authors of prior research literatureco-benefits ofcommunities designed for active livingSince the aim of the paper was "to compile evidence about the relationship of activity-friendly environmental attributes to multiple potential outcomes," the authors of thepaper searched scientific and less scientific (gray) literature to understand "a profile ofthe potential multiple benefits, and negative effects" of living in a community designedfor active living.
1 millionCorrect!5 millionMost people are not sufficiently active, and physical activity is declining in many countries.This is a globalproblem with the biggest burden in low and middle income countries. Increasing physical activity is apriority of the United Nations through its noncommunicable disease initiative.Question 141 / 1 ptsWhich is NOT one of the built environment attributes?