"Enjoyment during Exercise Mediates the Effects of an Intervention on Exercise Adherence"
written by Darko Jekauc,
published by Psychology, Vol.6 No.1, 2015
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[15] The bidirectional effect between momentary affective states and exercise duration on a day level
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[16] A Qualitative Analysis of Emotional Facilitators in Exercise
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[18] Fulfilled emotional outcome expectancies enable successful adoption and maintenance of physical activity
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