Exploring motivation for physical activity across the adult lifespan

@inproceedings{Brunet2011ExploringMF,
  title={Exploring motivation for physical activity across the adult lifespan},
  author={Jennifer Brunet and Catherine M Sabiston},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Purpose This study examined mean differences in, and relationships among, motivational regulations and physical activity in three different age groups (young adults: 18–24, adults: 25–44, and middle-age adults: 45–64 years) using self-determination theory ( Deci & Ryan, 1985 ). Design Cross-sectional study. Methods Data from 547 participants who completed a self-report questionnaire were analyzed. Results Based on multivariate analysis of covariance, motivational regulations and… CONTINUE READING

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