Psychophysiological responses to self-paced treadmill and overground exercise.

@article{Dasilva2011PsychophysiologicalRT,
  title={Psychophysiological responses to self-paced treadmill and overground exercise.},
  author={Sergio G. Dasilva and Laura Guidetti and Cosme Franklim Buzzachera and Hassan Mohamed Elsangedy and Kleverton Krinski and Wagner de Campos and Fredric L. Goss and Carlo Baldari},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={
          1114-24
        }
}
UNLABELLED Speculation exists that a positive affective response experienced during exercise may play an important role in predicting exercise adherence. Previous studies using self-paced exercise protocols have been associated with health benefits and pleasant experiences. However, all of these studies were conducted in laboratories, and consequently, the external validity of the findings may be questionable. PURPOSE To determine whether environmental settings (treadmill vs overground… 

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