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Locus of control and adherence to exercise programs

Locus of control and adherence to exercise programs

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Control (Psychology),
  • Motivation (Psychology),
  • Exercise -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Physical fitness.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marina Loi McCready.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 81 leaves
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17771066M

      Although non-adherence to antidepressant medications is a significant barrier to the successful treatment of depression in clinical practice, few potentially modifiable predictors of poor adherence to antidepressant treatment are known. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship of psychological reactance, health locus of control and the sense of self-efficacy on adherence to Cited by: Study 30 Exercise Behavior and Adherence Chapter 18 flashcards from Jessica F. on StudyBlue. lowered risk of cardiovascular disease, better weight control, and enhanced functioning (metabolic, endocrine, and immune systems) Adherence rates in exercise programs were best when individuals were exercising at ____% of MRH or less. 50%.

    Locus of Control is defined as the degree to which people attribute outcomes to internal factors, such as effort and ability, as opposed to external factors, such as luck or the actions of others. A belief in personal control over health outcomes is a consistent predictor of . Results. Barriers to adherence related to the exercise program (number, effectiveness, complexity and burden of exercises), the healthcare journey (breakdown between supervised sessions and home exercise, lack of follow-up and difficulties in contacting care providers), patient representations (illness and exercise perception, despondency, depression and lack of motivation), and the Cited by:

      Patient Education in Rehabilitation is included in the edition of the essential collection of Doody's Core t Education in Rehabilitation applies patient education skills to the clinical rehabilitation process in a reader-friendly manner. It explores various teaching and learning theories and models of instruction as well as the ethical, legal, communicative, and cultural Reviews: 1. The addition of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to exercise programs may be effective for people with whiplash-associated disorder; however, adding CBT-based approaches to exercise programs was not reported to be effective in improving exercise adherence for other chronic musculoskeletal conditions (moderate-level evidence, one study).


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Get this from a library. Locus of control and adherence to exercise programs. [Marina Loi McCready]. Many exercise adherence studies have attempted to identify characteristics associated with dropout behavior, however few of these have been grounded in theory.

The purpose of this investigation was to examine the relationship between exercise program adherence and the social psychological construct, locus of control. As a multidimensional concept, locus of control may be described as a person Cited by: 1. Locus of Control, Attitudes Toward Physical Activity, and Exercise Adherence Marina L.

McCready and Bonita C. Long University of British Columbia The purpose of this investigation was to examine the relationship between exercise adherence and the combined effects of locus of control and attitudes toward physical Size: 4MB. On the other hand, a positive association between internal locus of control and adherence to diabetes regimen was found and there was a negative association between chance locus of control and adherence to diabetes regimen.

This is similar to the findings of previous studies[20–22,35] in developed countries. Table 2 showed that the locus of control had a significant effect on adherence to treatment, F() = (P Cited by: tween internal locus of control and adherence to diabetes regimen was found and there was a negative association between chance locus of control and adherence to diabetes regimen.

Conclusion: Findings suggest that interventions aimed at improving internal locus of control may im. Academic performance Assertiveness Confidence Emotional stability Internal locus of control Positive body image Decreases Absenteeism at work Alcohol abuse Anger Anxiety Depression Phobias Page | 8 Astvaldur Hei.

arsson Self-control Work efficiency There is a difference in exercise adherence among non-athletes between those who use MI. (5) Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs - modifying the way a person thinks about exercise can influence adherence.

People with poor health perceptions have low adherence. People who have the perception of control over their health ("locus of control") have greater adherence. People with perceived barriers (i.e.

lack of time) of low adherence. Moreover, as Wallston () argues, the relationships between health locus of control beliefs and exercise behaviour should be stronger among individuals placing a high value on their health. The results indicated weak but significant correlations between the health locus of control dimensions and exercise behaviour in line with by: According to Seefeldt (), students who participate in quality physical education programs of sufficient length can increase levels of fitness and acquire the necessary knowledge and enjoyment levels essential to impact future patterns of adherence to exercise programs.

A systematic review of the relationship between self-efficacy, health locus of control and medication adherence Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 12(10):e. The influence of locus control on adherence to treatment regimen among hypertensive patients Article (PDF Available) in Patient Preference and Adherence April with Reads.

exercise programs, and adherence to treatment is a major predictor of successful response to physical therapy intervention. related to an internal Health Locus of Control which motivates patients to adhere to their physical therapy exercise by: 1.

Exercise Adherence and Locus of Control. Geshuri, Yosef; Glahn, Ronald. Ina study was conducted to investigate the relationship between students' locus of control and the extent to which they participated in a voluntary exercise program.

First-time participants in the "Shape Up" program offered at the Porterville College Fitness Center Author: Yosef Geshuri, Ronald Glahn. Educating students regarding locus of control, practicing breathing exercise and mindfulness training can help the locus of control from external to internal direction Instrument used and data Collection Levenson’s Locus of Control Scale by Sanjay Vohra was used File Size: KB.

Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coeffi ­ cient (Pearson r) was used to describe the mag ­ nitude and direction of the bivariate as ­ so ­ ciations between Adherence to regimen scores and locus of control subscales scores.

Results are summarized in Table 3. Spearman rank order correlation coefficient showed a statistically significant positive cor ­ relation between internal locus of. Home exercise programs that promote maintenance of gains from rehabilitation and further progression are an important part of discharge planning for rehabilitation professionals.

Home exercise program adherence is a significant issue for physical therapists to consider during patient education and. Chapter 2 – Principles of Adherence and Motivation If you want the head instructor Eddie Lester to text you Free ACE Test questions, study materials and bonus tips: TEXT “ACE Questions” to Chapter 2 Motivation and Adherence Check out our Audio Lectures, Practice Tests and Study Guide for the ACE CPT to see the specific topics that make it [ ].

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Purvis. Locus of control (LOC) is a concept that peop This study looked at locus of control as a predictor of exercise adherence and future exercise patterns in children ages in Mesa, AZ.

Locus of control as measured by the Child Nowicki-Strickland Internal External (CNSIE) scale differed by gender and by physical activity group at school at post. Behavioral compliance or adherence is a fundamental problem in health care, and diagnosis of dropout proneness represents a first step in adherence facilitation.

A paper-and-pencil scale was developed to assess self-motivation, conceptualized as a behavioral tendency to persevere independent of situational reinforcements. Scale refinement (N=) yielded a logically valid and Cited by: “Exercise adherence has been loosely defined in the research literature both as exercise behavior within a structured program and as exercise maintenance outside of a formal program” (Emery,p.

), however, a time period at which short-term exercise becomes adherence was not discussed in any available research.Exercise Psychology, Second Edition, addresses the psychological and biological consequences of exercise and physical activity and their subsequent effects on mood and mental health.

Like the first edition, the text includes the latest scholarship by leading experts in the field of exercise adoption and adherence. This edition also incorporates research on lifestyle physical activity to.