The Psychology of Exercise


Theories and models of exercise psychologySELF-REGULATION AND MOTIVATIONAL MODELSSELF-DETERMINATION THEORY (DECI & RYAN, 2000)SELF-REGULATION FOR CHRONIC DISEASE CONTROL (CLARK, GONG & KACIROTI, 2001)BROADEN AND BUILD THEORY (FREDRICKSON, 2004)SOCIAL COGNITIVE MODELS AND THEORIESEXPECTANCY-VALUE MODEL (PARSONS, ADLER, FUTTERMAN, ET AL., 1983)SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY (BANDURA, 1989)SOCIAL COMPARISON THEORY (FESTINGER, 1954)PROBLEM-BEHAVIOUR THEORY (JESSOR & JESSOR, 1977)STEREOTYPE EMBODIMENT THEORY (LEVY, 2009)STAGE-BASED MODELSTRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL (PROCHASKA & DICLEMENTE, 1983)HEALTH ACTION PROCESS APPROACH MODEL (SCHWARZER, 2008)BELIEF MODELSSELF-EFFICACY THEORY (BANDURA, 1997)THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR (AJZEN 1991)BODY IMAGE MODELSINTERCONNECTED THEORIESThe psychology of exercise in childrenCOGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT BENEFITSMENTAL HEALTH, MOOD AND SELF-ESTEEM BENEFITSINDIVIDUAL INFLUENCES ON EXERCISE LEVELSENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON EXERCISE LEVELSINCREASING EXERCISE LEVELS IN CHILDRENKEY PROGRAMME ELEMENTSREDUCING THE PHYSICAL 'COST' OF EXERCISEThe psychology of exercise in teenagersTHE BENEFITS OF EXERCISING AS A TEENINFLUENCES ON TEENAGERS' EXERCISE ENGAGEMENTINFLUENCERS ON TEENAGERS' EXERCISE ENGAGEMENTPRINCIPLES OF TEENAGE EXERCISE INTERVENTIONSEMPOWERMENTLIMIT COMPARISONSUTILISE PEER INFLUENCEPARENTAL LEADERSHIPTECHNOLOGYThe psychology of exercise in adultsBARRIERS TO EXERCISEFACILITATORS OF EXERCISEPRINCIPLES OF ADULT EXERCISE INTERVENTIONSUNDERSTANDING MOTIVATIONSETTING AND FACILITATING GOALSOFFER CHOICECONSIDER PERSONAL CIRCUMSTANCESThe psychology of exercise in retireesBARRIERS TO EXERCISE IN RETIREESFACILITATORS OF EXERCISETHE MOTIVATIONS OF RETIREES TO EXERCISEPROCESSES TO GET RETIREES EXERCISINGINCREASING ADHERENCE ONCE EXERCISINGPsychology of exercise with a serious health conditionPSYCHOLOGY OF EXERCISE WITH CANCERPSYCHOLOGY OF EXERCISE WITH HEART DISEASEPSYCHOLOGY OF EXERCISE WITH ASTHMAPSYCHOLOGY OF EXERCISE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS (T2DM)PSYCHOLOGY OF EXERCISE WITH DEPRESSIONDESIGNING EXERCISE PROGRAMMES FOR THOSE WITH A HEALTH CONDITIONMYTH-BUSTING EDUCATIONMOTIVATIONAL SUPPORTPERSONALISED PROGRAMMESIMPROVING SELF-EFFICACYDEVELOPING THE ABILITY TO SELF-REGULATEThe psychology of exercise addictionMODELS OF EXERCISE ADDICTIONRISK FACTORSTREATMENT FOR EXERCISE ADDICTIONFurther reading
 
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