The effect of aerobic training on perceived stress , anxiety and ...

@inproceedings{Arazi2013TheEO,
  title={The effect of aerobic training on perceived stress , anxiety and ...},
  author={Hamid Arazi and N Benar and Rahim Mollazadeh Esfanjani and Shirin Yeganegi},
  year={2013}
}
The aim of this study was to study the effect of an aerobic training on perceived stress, anxiety, and depression of non-athlete female students. Statistical population of this research included all non-athlete female students of Guilan University who participated in general physical education training credits for the second semester. 40 non-athlete female students of the same age, educational level and marital status were selected by simple random sampling and divided into two groups… CONTINUE READING

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