Sébastien Lord
Sébastien Lord
Professeur titulaire, École d'urbanisme et d'architecture de paysage, Faculté de l'aménagement
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When mobility makes sense: A qualitative and longitudinal study of the daily mobility of the elderly
S Lord, C Després, T Ramadier
Journal of Environmental psychology 31 (1), 52-61, 2011
“Outta my way!” Individual and environmental correlates of interactions between pedestrians and vehicles during street crossings
MS Cloutier, U Lachapelle, AA d’Amours-Ouellet, J Bergeron, S Lord, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 104, 36-45, 2017
The mobility of elderly residents living in suburban territories: Mobility experiences in Canada and France
S Lord, N Luxembourg
Journal of Housing for the Elderly 20 (4), 103-121, 2007
The impacts of residential relocation on commute habits: A qualitative perspective on households’ mobility behaviors and strategies
Z Zarabi, K Manaugh, S Lord
Travel Behaviour and Society 16, 131-142, 2019
Crossing road intersections in old age—With or without risks? Perceptions of risk and crossing behaviours among the elderly
S Lord, MS Cloutier, B Garnier, Z Christoforou
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 55, 282-296, 2018
Understanding the role of contrasting urban contexts in healthy aging: an international cohort study using wearable sensor devices (the CURHA study protocol)
Y Kestens, B Chaix, P Gerber, M Desprès, L Gauvin, O Klein, S Klein, ...
BMC geriatrics 16, 1-12, 2016
Growing older in postwar suburbs: The meanings and experiences of home
C Després, S Lord
Home and identity in late life: International perspectives, 317-340, 2005
La mobilité quotidienne de banlieusards vieillissants et âgés: Déplacements, aspirations et significations de la mobilité
S Lord, F Joerin, M Thériault
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 53 (3), 357-375, 2009
Vieillir en banlieue
C Després, S Lord
La banlieue revisitée, Québec, Éditions Nota bene, 233-258, 2002
Vieillir en banlieue nord-américaine. Le rapport à la ville des personnes âgées
S Lord, C Després
Gérontologie et société 34136 (1), 189-204, 2011
INTERACT: A comprehensive approach to assess urban form interventions through natural experiments
Y Kestens, M Winters, D Fuller, S Bell, J Berscheid, R Brondeel, ...
BMC public health 19, 1-11, 2019
Évolution des pratiques de mobilité dans la vieillesse: un suivi longitudinal auprès d’un groupe de banlieusards âgés
S Lord, F Joerin, M Thériault
Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography, 2009
The meaning of home for elderly suburbanites
C Després, S Lord
Coming Home: International Perspectives on Place, Time and Identity in Old …, 2005
Marchabilité des environnements urbains autour des résidences pour personnes âgées de la région de Montréal: application de l’audit MAPPA
P Negron-Poblete, S Lord
Cahiers de géographie du Québec 58 (164), 233-257, 2014
Travel satisfaction vs. life satisfaction: A weighted decision-making approach
Z Zarabi, P Gerber, S Lord
Sustainability 11 (19), 5309, 2019
Toward more sustainable behavior: A systematic review of the impacts of involuntary workplace relocation on travel mode choice
Z Zarabi, S Lord
Journal of Planning Literature 34 (1), 38-58, 2019
The residential mobility of seniors among different residential forms: Analysis of metropolitan and rural issues for six contrasted regions in Québec, Canada
G Marois, S Lord, P Negron-Poblete
Journal of Housing for the Elderly 32 (1), 73-98, 2018
Les mobilités éprouvantes. Regards sur les pénibilités des déplacements ordinaires
C Enaux, P Lannoy, S Lord
Articulo-Journal of urban research, 2011
From workplace attachment to commuter satisfaction before and after a workplace relocation
P Gerber, A El-Geneidy, K Manaugh, S Lord
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 71, 168-181, 2020
Le choix de vieillir à domicile: l’inévitable adaptation des modes de vie: Évolution de la mobilité quotidienne d’un groupe d’aînés de banlieue pavillonnaire
S Lord
Retraite et société, 197-213, 2011
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