Exercise motivation and adherence in cancer survivors after participation in a randomized controlled trial: an attribution theory perspective.

@article{Courneya2004ExerciseMA,
  title={Exercise motivation and adherence in cancer survivors after participation in a randomized controlled trial: an attribution theory perspective.},
  author={Kerry S Courneya and Christine M Friedenreich and Rami A. Sela and H. Arthur Quinney and Ryan E. Rhodes and Lee Jones},
  journal={International journal of behavioral medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          8-17
        }
}
The purpose of this study was to examine postprogram exercise motivation and adherence in cancer survivors who participated in the Group Psychotherapy and Home-Based Physical Exercise (GROUP-HOPE; Courneya, Friedenreich, Sela, Quinney, & Rhodes, 2002) trial. At the completion of the GROUP-HOPE trial, 46 of 51 (90%) participants in the exercise group completed measures of attribution theory constructs. A 5-week follow-up self-report of exercise was then completed by 30 (65%) participants… CONTINUE READING
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