Social influence and adolescent health-related physical activity in structured and unstructured settings: role of channel and type.

@article{Spink2012SocialIA,
  title={Social influence and adolescent health-related physical activity in structured and unstructured settings: role of channel and type.},
  author={Kevin S. Spink and Kathleen S. Wilson and Jocelyn D Ulvick},
  journal={Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={
          94-103
        }
}
BACKGROUND Social influence channels (e.g., parents) and types (e.g., compliance) have each been related to physical activity independently, but little is known about how these two categories of influence may operate in combination. PURPOSE This study examined the relationships between various combinations of social influence and physical activity among youth across structured and unstructured settings. METHODS Adolescents (N=304), classified as high or low active, reported the social… CONTINUE READING
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