Mediators of Increased Physical Activity and Change in Subjective Well-being: Results from the Activity Counseling Trial (ACT).

@article{Rejeski2001MediatorsOI,
  title={Mediators of Increased Physical Activity and Change in Subjective Well-being: Results from the Activity Counseling Trial (ACT).},
  author={W. Jack Rejeski and Byron Shelton and Mark K Miller and Andrea L. Dunn and Abby C. King and James F. Sallis},
  journal={Journal of health psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={159-68}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine whether change in satisfaction with physical function (SF), satisfaction with physical appearance (SA), and self-efficacy (SE) mediate the effects that increased physical activity has on change in subjective well-being (SWB). Participants in this investigation consisted of 854 men (n = 471) and women (n = 383) who took part in the Activity Counseling Trial (ACT). ACT was a 24-month multicenter, randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of… CONTINUE READING

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