Exercise Is a Many-Splendored Thing , but for Some It Does Not Feel So Splendid : Staging a Resurgence of Hedonistic Ideas in the Quest to Understand Exercise Behavior

@inproceedings{Dafermos2013ExerciseIA,
  title={Exercise Is a Many-Splendored Thing , but for Some It Does Not Feel So Splendid : Staging a Resurgence of Hedonistic Ideas in the Quest to Understand Exercise Behavior},
  author={Manolis Dafermos},
  year={2013}
}
  • Manolis Dafermos
  • Published 2013
Contemporary theories of exercise behavior have been the products of the so-called cognitive revolution, which has shaped the dominant paradigm in psychology over the past several decades. Cognitive theories rely on the assumption that, in making behavioral decisions, humans collect I'.' relevant information and make their selections on the basis of a more-or-Iess rational analysis of ':~"'this information. Although the dominance of cognitive theories in the field of exercise psychology ':t is… CONTINUE READING

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