Body Esteem and Mood Among Sedentary and Active Breast Cancer Survivors
- 5 Ways to Break a Downward Spiral. Leblanc, Gabrielle // O, The Oprah Magazine;Oct2007, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p317
The article offers advise to deal with depression. Dealing with depression entails changing one's attitude when things go wrong. It starts with accepting sadness as a natural state not in a passive way but in a mindful way. To do so, engage in a meditation exercise. When experiencing depression,...
- Lifestyle and Mood: Make Every Day a Good Day. // Word (Word Publications - Ted Fleischaker);Oct2008, p69
The article offers tips on how lifestyle change can promote good moods. According to the article, the reasons for bad days are not exactly clear but a healthy lifestyle can increase one's stress resistance. It begins with daily exercises as it gets rid of excess tension and leaves a happy...
- Attitude Formation and Change Processes: Simplicity or Multiplicity? Barone, Michael J.; Miniard, Paul W. // Advances in Consumer Research;1998, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p53
Presents information on a session on the topic of consumers, while highlighting a number of papers relating to the nature and diversity of attitude formation and the change processes. Assessment of the cognitive structure; Impact of mood on attitude.
- French adaptation of the shortened version of the Profile of Mood States. Fillion, L.; Gagnon, P. // Psychological Reports;Feb99, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p188
Examines the French adaptation and validation of the short version of the Profile of Mood States, used in research with medical patients in general and with cancer patients to asses transient but distinct mood states. Replication of the English initial validation by the means, test-retest...
- The moody rules. Gutfeld, Greg // Cosmopolitan;Aug97, Vol. 223 Issue 2, p140
Presents reasons why a man sometimes get cranky. Stress from work; Need for fondling the guy; Ways to help pull the guy out of a cranky mood.
- Factors Associated with Mammography Utilization: A Systematic Quantitative Review of the Literature. Schueler, Kristin M.; Chu, Philip W.; Smith-Bindman, Rebecca // Journal of Women's Health (15409996);Nov2008, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p1477
Objective: A significant segment of women remains underscreened with mammography. We sought to summarize literature related to factors associated with receipt of mammography. For data sources, we used English language papers published between 1988 and 2007, including 221 studies describing...
- Bye, bye, bad mood. // Current Health 1;Mar1996, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p2
Reports on the results of a survey conducted by a California State University scientist about what helps people get rid of a bad mood. Exercise as the most popular answer; Theory about exercise and health.
- A TEN-MINUTE WALK TO A RUNNER'S HIGH. Doheny, Kathleen // Shape;Mar2002, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p49
Reports the effect of moderate exercise on women's moods. Comparison between the mood of exercisers and non-exercisers; Duration of exercise considered beneficial.
- Feeling Down? Take 10 for a quick lift. // Better Nutrition;Nov2001, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p22
Focuses on the physiological effects of exercise. Improvement in mood for just ten minutes of exercise; Enhancement of vigor and elimination of fatigue; Recommendation of 30 minutes of moderate daily activity to obtain the physical benefits of exercise.