The BASES Expert Statement on use of music in exercise

  title={The BASES Expert Statement on use of music in exercise},
  author={Costas I. Karageorghis and Peter C. Terry and Andrew M. Lane and Daniel Tony Bishop and David-lee Priest},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  pages={953 - 956}
Abstract The use of music during exercise has become ubiquitous over the past two decades and is now supported by a burgeoning body of research detailing its effects and the contingencies surrounding its use. The purpose of this statement is to present a synopsis of the body of knowledge, with selected references, and to provide practical recommendations for exercise practitioners regarding music selection. Following the identification of methodological shortcomings in early studies… 
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