Psychological and psychophysiological effects of auditory and visual stimuli during various modes of exercise

@inproceedings{Jones2014PsychologicalAP,
  title={Psychological and psychophysiological effects of auditory and visual stimuli during various modes of exercise},
  author={Leighton Jones},
  year={2014}
}
This research programme had three principal objectives. First, to assess the stability of the exercise heart rate-music tempo preference relationship and its relevance to a range of psychological outcomes. Second, to explore the influence of two personal factors (motivational orientation and dominant attentional style) in a naturalistic exercise-to-music setting. Third, to examine means by which to enhance the exercise experience above and below the ventilatory threshold. In Study 1, a mixed… CONTINUE READING

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