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Article PDF first page preview Close PDF This content is only available as a PDF. Copyright © 2001, The Society of Behavioral Medicine The Society of Behavioral Medicine Copyright © 2001, The Society of Behavioral Medicine
Abstract In theory-based interventions for behavior change, there is a need to examine the effects of interventions on the underlying theoretical constructs and the mediating role of such constructs. These two questions are addressed in the Physically Active for Life study, a randomized trial of...
Abstract The developmental decline and benefits of exercise are documented; however, relatively little is known about the mechanisms and motivations underlying adolescent exercise behavior. This project investigates which variables drive exercise or are a consequence thereof, within the...
Abstract Objective: This exploratory study investigated the relation between psychological mood states and hemodynamic variables obtained at rest. Methods: We measured resting hemodynamic variables using impedance cardiography, blood pressure, heart rate, and the Profile of Mood States (POMS) in...
Abstract Optimists (people who have positive expectations about the future) have been shown to perform more health-promoting behaviors than pessimists. This study attempts to alter individuals' levels of optimism, and thereby their health behaviors, by having them write about a positive future....
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