Johnson interviewed in MSN article
The article presents findings of a Washington State University study that said people who live in a walkable neighborhood are more likely to live to be 100.
“This study really emphasizes the importance of socioeconomic status, and neighborhood walkability,” said Christi Johnson to MSN. “I think that those two things are only now starting to get noticed in terms of our understanding of the relationship between health and longevity.”
Johnson focuses her work and research on sport and exercise psychology, performance enhancement psychology, lifetime fitness and wellness, and exercise and health among older adults.