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    take children on walks

    Does this "walk" in "take children on walks" mean "walking activity" or "walking path" along with other "walks"?

    45)For children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a simple, inexpensive attention booster has been proven by a researcher, Andrea Faber Taylor, in the University of Illinois. To confirm the link between environment and symptoms of ADHD, she conducted a study (in which) she took children on walks in three different settings: a park, an urban area and a residential neighborhood. After a 20-minute walk, she had them do some tasks and compared their performance on different walks. When she compared the scores for the walks in different environments, she found

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    Re: take children on walks

    It means three walks (walking activity) in different environments.

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