Effects of a self-regulation intervention on exercise are moderated by depressive symptoms: A quasi-experimental study

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  title={Effects of a self-regulation intervention on exercise are moderated by depressive symptoms: A quasi-experimental study},
  author={Sarah Pomp and Lena Fleig and Ralf Schwarzer and Sonia Lippke},
  year={2013}
}
This study investigated whether a computer-based self-regulation intervention increases physical exercise in individuals with or without depressive symptoms. A total of 361 individuals in orthopedic rehabilitation, 36 of them with depressive symptoms, were recruited in Germany. In a quasi- experimental study, individuals were allocated to either a computer-based self-regulation intervention or an online questionnaire. Exercise was measured at the beginning of rehabilitation and six weeks after… CONTINUE READING

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