Do Changes in Tympanic Temperature Predict Changes in Affective Valence During High-Intensity Exercise?

PURPOSE Increased core (brain or body) temperature that accompanies exercise has been posited to play an influential role in affective responses to exercise. However, findings in support of this hypothesis have been equivocal, and most of the performed studies have been done in relation to anxiety. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects… CONTINUE READING