Examining acute bi-directional relationships between affect, physical feeling states, and physical activity in free-living situations using electronic ecological momentary assessment

@article{Liao2016ExaminingAB,
  title={Examining acute bi-directional relationships between affect, physical feeling states, and physical activity in free-living situations using electronic ecological momentary assessment},
  author={Yue Liao and Chih-Ping Chou and Jimi Huh and Adam M. Leventhal and Genevieve Fridlund Dunton},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={445-457}
}
Current knowledge about the relationship of physical activity with acute affective and physical feeling states is informed largely by lab-based studies, which have limited generalizability to the natural ecology. This study used ecological momentary assessment to assess subjective affective and physical feeling states in free-living settings across 4 days from 110 non-physically active adults (Age M = 40.4, SD = 9.7). Light physical activity (LPA) and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity… CONTINUE READING
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