Vigorous physical activity, mental health, perceived stress, and socializing among college students.

@article{Vankim2013VigorousPA,
  title={Vigorous physical activity, mental health, perceived stress, and socializing among college students.},
  author={Nicole A Vankim and Toben F Nelson},
  journal={American journal of health promotion : AJHP},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          7-15
        }
}
PURPOSE To examine cross-sectional associations between vigorous physical activity, mental health, perceived stress, and socializing among 4-year college students. DESIGN A national cross-sectional sample of 4-year colleges in the United States. SETTING Ninety-four 4-year colleges in the United States. SUBJECTS A total of 14,804 undergraduate students. MEASURES Self-report vigorous physical activity, perceived stress (measured using the Cohen Perceived Stress Scale), mental health… CONTINUE READING

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