Physical activity, mental and personal wellbeing, social isolation, and perceptions of academic attainment and employability in university students: Pooled analysis of the Scottish and British Active Students Surveys

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Conway, Rebecca; Budzynski-Seymour, Emily; Steele , James; Wade , Matthew; Jones, Michelle; Mann, Steven; Lucas, Alex;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31236/OSF.IO/XAUM3
  • Subject: SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Studies | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology|Psychology of Movement | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Psychology of Sport and Exercise | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Physical Activity | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Studies|Sport and Exercise Pedagogy | bepress|Social and Behavioral Sciences

Background: Achieving sufficient physical activity (PA) promotes health and wellbeing. For students, university represents a transitional period including increased independence over lifestyle behaviors, in addition to new stressors and barriers to engaging in PA. It is... View more
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