Exercising for the pleasure and for the pain of it: the implications of different forms of hedonistic thinking in theories of physical activity behavior
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Published inFrontiers in Psychology
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CitationMURPHY, S.L. and EAVES, D.L., 2016. Exercising for the pleasure and for the pain of it: the implications of different forms of hedonistic thinking in theories of physical activity behaviour. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, article 843.
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