Author(s): McAuley E, Blissmer B
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Abstract This review examines self-efficacy as a determinant of exercise adherence and as an outcome of physical activity. Additionally, studies that have either manipulated self-efficacy or employed efficacy-based interventions to enhance exercise participation are discussed. Finally, recommendations for future applications of social cognitive theory to the physical activity domain are made.
This article was published in Exerc Sport Sci Rev
and referenced in Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine