Former PhD Student
Lee has now left CEDAR. If you would like to know more about his work here, please contact David Ogilvie
Background and experience
Lee studied a BSc in Applied Sport Science at Loughborough University and continued on there to complete an MSc in Physical Activity and Health. Where he carried out research investigating how micro level features of the physical environment influence physical activity behaviour.
Work and interests
At CEDAR Lee was one of the lead researchers on iConnect. His research focused on the influences on active travel in children and adolescents, in particular examining the influences of independent mobility and the physical environment.
Lee’s CEDAR publications here.
Smith,L., Sahlqvist,S., Ogilvie,D., Jones,A., Griffin,S., van Sluijs,E. (2012). Is active travel to non-school destinations associated with physical activity in primary school children? Prev med. Doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2012.01.006
Webb, O. J., F. F. Eves and L. Smith. 2011. “Investigating behavioural mimicry in the context of stair/escalator choice.” British Journal of Health Psychology 16:373-385.
Smith, L., Sahlqvist, S., Ogilvie, D., Jones, A., Griffin, S and E. van Sluijs. 2011. “Is a change in mode of travel to school associated with a change in overall physical activity levels in children? Longitudinal results from the SPEEDY study”. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.65:A9 doi:10.1136/jech.2011.143586.20
Webb, O. J. and L. Smith. in press. “Promoting stair climbing in public-access settings: An audit of intervention opportunities in England.” Prev Med.