Research Debriefed, a series highlighting articles published by UH College of Education faculty, discusses Murillo's look at the relationship between the frequency of seeing people walk in a neighborhood and the feelings of connectedness in the neighborhood.

In this edition of "Research Debriefed" Rosenda Murillo discusses her latest journal article, which aims to see if there is an association between frequency of seeing people walk and neighborhood social cohesion, and whether it varies between race and ethnicity.