- Biddle, Stuart.
- Mutrie, Nanette, 1953-
- Exercise -- Psychological aspects
- Clinical health psychology
- Health promotion
- 041536664X (hbk.)
- 9780415366649 (hbk.)
- 0415366658 (pbk.)
- 9780415366656 (pbk.)
- 9780203019320 (e-book)
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- Previous ed.: 2001.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- SECTION A: INTRODUCTION AND RATIONALE 1. Introduction and rationale: Why you should take your dog for a walk even if you don't have one! SECTION B: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: WHY WE DO, WHY WE DON'T 2. Correlates of physical activity: Introduction and descriptive approaches 3. Theories based on attitudes and beliefs 4. Motivation through feelings of control 5. I can! Motivation through feelings of competence and confidence 6. Stage-based and other models of physical activity 7. Social and environmental correlates of physical activity SECTION C: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: A FEEL GOOD EFFECT? 8. The feel-good factor: Psychological well-being 9. Depression and other mental illnesses 10. Other clinical populations SECTION D: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: WHAT WORKS IN HELPING PEOPLE BE MORE ACTIVE? 11. Intervention strategies: The individual 12. Intervention strategies: Organisations and communities SECTION E: SUMMARY AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS 13. Summary, conclusions and future directions References Subject Index Author Index
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