publication . Article . 2015

Relationships between Psychophysiological Responses to Cycling Exercise and Post-Exercise Self-Efficacy

Eriko eMatsuo; Eriko eMatsuo; Shigeru eMatsubara; Seigo eShiga; Kentaro eYamanaka; Kentaro eYamanaka;
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  • Published: 23 Nov 2015 Journal: Frontiers in Psychology, volume 6 (eissn: 1664-1078, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Abstract
Although self-efficacy (SE) is an important determinant of regular exercise, it is unclear how subjective and physiological states before, during, and after the exercise session affects post-exercise SE. The aim of this study was to clarify subjective and physiological factors affecting post-exercise SE assessed after a single exercise session at a physiologically equivalent level. Forty-three healthy volunteers (28 women, 15 men) completed an 82-min experimental session, comprising a 22-min pre-exercise rest, a 30-min steady-state cycling exercise at moderate intensity (40% of heart rate reserve), and a 30-min post-exercise rest. We measured physiological (hear...
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free text keywords: Psychology, Original Research, post-exercise self-efficacy, perceived exertion, heart rate variability, autonomic response, multiple regression analysis, BF1-990, General Psychology, Stepwise multiple regression analysis, Self-efficacy, Cycling, Rating of perceived exertion, Feeling, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Social psychology, Regression analysis, Heart rate
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publication . Article . 2015

Relationships between Psychophysiological Responses to Cycling Exercise and Post-Exercise Self-Efficacy

Eriko eMatsuo; Eriko eMatsuo; Shigeru eMatsubara; Seigo eShiga; Kentaro eYamanaka; Kentaro eYamanaka;