Subject: Research Article | Internal medicine | RC31-1245 | Article Subject
mesheuropmc: sense organs
There is evidence that affective experiences surrounding physical activity can contribute to the proper self-regulation of an active lifestyle. Motivation toward physical activity, as portrayed by self-determination theory, has been linked to positive affect, as has the... View more
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