Behavioral frequency and psychological commitment: Necessary concepts in the study of excessive exercising

@article{Davis1993BehavioralFA,
  title={Behavioral frequency and psychological commitment: Necessary concepts in the study of excessive exercising},
  author={Caroline W Davis and Howard Brewer and Dorothy Ratusny},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={1993},
  volume={16},
  pages={611-628}
}
Efforts to understand the associations among exercising, personality factors, and disordered eating have been the focus of much debate. However, research has been plagued by inconsistent findings, and there is evidence that classification and measurement differences are fundamental to these problems. To date, there are no studies which have defined exercise as a multifaceted construct. The purposes of this study were to establish the factor structure of a questionnaire developed to assess the… CONTINUE READING
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