R L Mortell

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Thirty-one self-referred problem drinkers were randomly assigned to one of two modalities for behavioral self-control training with a goal of moderation: (1) minimal therapist contact, in which clients worked only with a self-help manual; and (2) therapist directed training, in which clients received self-help materials plus 10 individual treatment(More)
Purpose. This study was conducted to determine the effect of a resistive training intervention on body image in middle-aged women compared to an exercise walking program. Another purpose was to develop two multivariate models to explain improvement in body image among the lifters and walkers. Design. A pretest-posttest experimental design with random(More)
Guidelines published by the American College of Sports Medicine indicate that resistive training should be an integral part of an adult fitness program. Most adults will find it difficult to train resistively regularly unless they train in their own homes using simple, inexpensive equipment. The purpose of this study was to examine the extent to which(More)
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