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Examining the Role of Social Support and Group Cohesion in Exercise Compliance
(Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 2002)
The present study sought to examine the role of social support and group cohesion in the compliance behavior of females required to exercise for healthrelated reasons. Compliance behavior was assessed as attendance and ...
Cross-validation of the revised motivation for physical activity measure in active women
(Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 2002)
The relationship between commitment and exercise behavior
(Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 2004)
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between commitment and exercise behavior using the Sport Commitment Model (SCM; J Sport & Exercise Psychology, 15, 1) as a guiding conceptual ...
Relationships between exercise regulations and motivational consequences in university students
(Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 2004-03)
An experimental investigation of the relationship between catastrophizing and activity tolerance
The present study examined the value of a measure of catastrophizing as a predictor of activity intolerance in response to delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). A sample of 50 (17 men, 33 women) sedentary undergraduates ...
Examining the antecedents and consequences of commitment in a lifestyle exercise context
(Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 2001)
Leisure-Time Physical Activity (LTPA) among Adults in Alberta, 2000–2005
(Research Update, 2005-06)
Does participation in cardiac rehabilitation affect health outcomes and health care utilization and costs?
Exercise based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) programs have been shown to be efficacious in the reduction of recurrent cardiovascular events and increased physical and psychological function. However, in North America ...