Experimentally increasing sedentary behavior results in decreased life satisfaction

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Edwards, Meghan K.; Loprinzi, Paul D.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Tabriz University of Medical Sciences
  • Journal: Health Promotion Perspectives,volume 7,issue 2,pages88-94 (issn: 2228-6497, eissn: 2228-6497)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC5350555, doi: 10.15171/hpp.2017.16
  • Subject: Nutrition. Foods and food supply | Original Article | TX341-641 | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Subjective well-being | Randomized control intervention | Quality of life | Physical activity

Background: No study has experimentally manipulated sedentary behavior and evaluated its effect on life satisfaction. Thus, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a free-living, sedentary behavior-inducing randomized controlled intervention on... View more
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