Psychology of Physical Activity: Determinants, Well-being, and Interventions

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Education - 366 pages
adopts an 'evidence based approach' and is aimed at second year and above undergraduates and post-graduates in exercise and sports science; health psychology students within psychology degree programmes; health professionals needing background information.
 

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Contents

Introduction and rationale
1
III
3
Motivation for physical activity introduction and overview
25
IV
27
V
49
VI
85
VII
109
VIII
130
X
167
XI
202
XII
236
Making a difference I intervention strategies for the individual
255
XIII
257
XIV
284
XV
313
XVI
321

IX
149
The feelgood factor physical activity and psychological wellbeing
165

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