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Eugenia Garvin, Charles Branas, Shimrit Keddem, Jeffrey Sellman, Carolyn Cannuscio. J Urban Health 2013
Times Cited: 65







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190 articles co-cited >1



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A difference-in-differences analysis of health, safety, and greening vacant urban space.
Charles C Branas, Rose A Cheney, John M MacDonald, Vicky W Tam, Tara D Jackson, Thomas R Ten Have. Am J Epidemiol 2011
149
36


Citywide cluster randomized trial to restore blighted vacant land and its effects on violence, crime, and fear.
Charles C Branas, Eugenia South, Michelle C Kondo, Bernadette C Hohl, Philippe Bourgois, Douglas J Wiebe, John M MacDonald. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018
89
29

Greening vacant lots to reduce violent crime: a randomised controlled trial.
Eugenia C Garvin, Carolyn C Cannuscio, Charles C Branas. Inj Prev 2013
81
24

Urban Blight Remediation as a Cost-Beneficial Solution to Firearm Violence.
Charles C Branas, Michelle C Kondo, Sean M Murphy, Eugenia C South, Daniel Polsky, John M MacDonald. Am J Public Health 2016
44
31

Neighborhood blight, stress, and health: a walking trial of urban greening and ambulatory heart rate.
Eugenia C South, Michelle C Kondo, Rose A Cheney, Charles C Branas. Am J Public Health 2015
50
26

Neighborhoods and health.
Ana V Diez Roux, Christina Mair. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2010
18

A simple strategy to transform health, all over the place.
Charles C Branas, John M Macdonald. J Public Health Manag Pract 2014
25
40

Vacant Properties and Violence in Neighborhoods.
Charles C Branas, David Rubin, Wensheng Guo. ISRN Public Health 2013
22
45

Effects of greening and community reuse of vacant lots on crime.
Michelle Kondo, Bernadette Hohl, SeungHoon Han, Charles Branas. Urban Stud 2016
36
25

Neighborhood physical conditions and health.
Deborah A Cohen, Karen Mason, Ariane Bedimo, Richard Scribner, Victoria Basolo, Thomas A Farley. Am J Public Health 2003
168
12

The spreading of disorder.
Kees Keizer, Siegwart Lindenberg, Linda Steg. Science 2008
139
12

Neighborhood disorder, psychophysiological distress, and health.
Terrence D Hill, Catherine E Ross, Ronald J Angel. J Health Soc Behav 2005
228
10

A Difference-In-Differences Study of the Effects of a New Abandoned Building Remediation Strategy on Safety.
Michelle C Kondo, Danya Keene, Bernadette C Hohl, John M MacDonald, Charles C Branas. PLoS One 2015
21
33

Neighborhood Interventions to Reduce Violence.
Michelle C Kondo, Elena Andreyeva, Eugenia C South, John M MacDonald, Charles C Branas. Annu Rev Public Health 2018
40
17

Effect of Greening Vacant Land on Mental Health of Community-Dwelling Adults: A Cluster Randomized Trial.
Eugenia C South, Bernadette C Hohl, Michelle C Kondo, John M MacDonald, Charles C Branas. JAMA Netw Open 2018
101
10


"Broken windows" and the risk of gonorrhea.
D Cohen, S Spear, R Scribner, P Kissinger, K Mason, J Wildgen. Am J Public Health 2000
267
9

Green Space, Violence, and Crime: A Systematic Review.
Sandra Bogar, Kirsten M Beyer. Trauma Violence Abuse 2016
46
13

Neighborhood disadvantage, disorder, and health.
C E Ross, J Mirowsky. J Health Soc Behav 2001
535
9

The impact of green stormwater infrastructure installation on surrounding health and safety.
Michelle C Kondo, Sarah C Low, Jason Henning, Charles C Branas. Am J Public Health 2015
32
18

Nature-Based Strategies for Improving Urban Health and Safety.
Michelle C Kondo, Eugenia C South, Charles C Branas. J Urban Health 2015
27
22

From broken windows to busy streets: a community empowerment perspective.
Sophie M Aiyer, Marc A Zimmerman, Susan Morrel-Samuels, Thomas M Reischl. Health Educ Behav 2015
33
18



Green space and stress: evidence from cortisol measures in deprived urban communities.
Jenny J Roe, Catharine Ward Thompson, Peter A Aspinall, Mark J Brewer, Elizabeth I Duff, David Miller, Richard Mitchell, Angela Clow. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2013
195
7

Neighborhood social conditions mediate the association between physical deterioration and mental health.
Daniel J Kruger, Thomas M Reischl, Gilbert C Gee. Am J Community Psychol 2007
101
7

A systematic review of evidence for the added benefits to health of exposure to natural environments.
Diana E Bowler, Lisette M Buyung-Ali, Teri M Knight, Andrew S Pullin. BMC Public Health 2010
470
6

Do neighbourhoods matter? Neighbourhood disorder and long-term trends in serum cortisol levels.
Akilah Dulin-Keita, Krista Casazza, Jose R Fernandez, Michael I Goran, Barbara Gower. J Epidemiol Community Health 2012
42
9


Investigating neighborhood and area effects on health.
A V Diez Roux. Am J Public Health 2001
940
6

Exposure to neighborhood green space and mental health: evidence from the survey of the health of Wisconsin.
Kirsten M M Beyer, Andrea Kaltenbach, Aniko Szabo, Sandra Bogar, F Javier Nieto, Kristen M Malecki. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2014
236
6

Violence in the United States: Status, Challenges, and Opportunities.
Steven A Sumner, James A Mercy, Linda L Dahlberg, Susan D Hillis, Joanne Klevens, Debra Houry. JAMA 2015
130
6


Busy Streets Theory: The Effects of Community-engaged Greening on Violence.
Justin E Heinze, Allison Krusky-Morey, Kevin J Vagi, Thomas M Reischl, Susan Franzen, Natalie K Pruett, Rebecca M Cunningham, Marc A Zimmerman. Am J Community Psychol 2018
27
14

The enduring impact of historical and structural racism on urban violence in Philadelphia.
Sara F Jacoby, Beidi Dong, Jessica H Beard, Douglas J Wiebe, Christopher N Morrison. Soc Sci Med 2018
81
6

Urban building demolitions, firearm violence and drug crime.
Jonathan Jay, Luke W Miratrix, Charles C Branas, Marc A Zimmerman, David Hemenway. J Behav Med 2019
13
30

Characteristics of urban parks associated with park use and physical activity: a review of qualitative research.
Gavin R McCormack, Melanie Rock, Ann M Toohey, Danica Hignell. Health Place 2010
194
4

The built environment and mental health.
Gary W Evans. J Urban Health 2003
337
4

A systematic review of relations between neighborhoods and mental health.
Khoa D Truong, Sai Ma. J Ment Health Policy Econ 2006
120
4

Nature and health.
Terry Hartig, Richard Mitchell, Sjerp de Vries, Howard Frumkin. Annu Rev Public Health 2014
736
4

Proximity to vacant buildings is associated with increased fire risk in Baltimore, Maryland, homes.
Stephen E Schachterle, David Bishai, Wendy Shields, Rebecca Stepnitz, Andrea C Gielen. Inj Prev 2012
14
21

Block observations of neighbourhood physical disorder are associated with neighbourhood crime, firearm injuries and deaths, and teen births.
Evelyn Wei, Alison Hipwell, Dustin Pardini, Jennifer M Beyers, Rolf Loeber. J Epidemiol Community Health 2005
38
7

Approaching environmental health disparities and green spaces: an ecosystem services perspective.
Viniece Jennings, Cassandra Johnson Gaither. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2015
39
7

Are neighbourhood characteristics associated with depressive symptoms? A review of evidence.
C Mair, A V Diez Roux, S Galea. J Epidemiol Community Health 2008
353
4

Neighborhood disorder, subjective alienation, and distress.
Catherine E Ross, John Mirowsky. J Health Soc Behav 2009
107
4

Children with attention deficits concentrate better after walk in the park.
Andrea Faber Taylor, Frances E Kuo. J Atten Disord 2009
159
4

The cognitive benefits of interacting with nature.
Marc G Berman, John Jonides, Stephen Kaplan. Psychol Sci 2008
477
4

Neighborhood psychosocial hazards and cardiovascular disease: the Baltimore Memory Study.
Toms Augustin, Thomas A Glass, Bryan D James, Brian S Schwartz. Am J Public Health 2008
47
6

Do observed or perceived characteristics of the neighborhood environment mediate associations between neighborhood poverty and cumulative biological risk?
Amy J Schulz, Graciela Mentz, Laurie Lachance, Shannon N Zenk, Jonetta Johnson, Carmen Stokes, Rebecca Mandell. Health Place 2013
38
7


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