Explaining exercise behavior and satisfaction with social exchange theory

Unger, Jennifer; Johnson, C. Anderson
October 1995
Perceptual & Motor Skills;Oct95, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p603
Academic Journal
Tests the hypothesis that the variables specified by social exchange theory are associated with exercise behavior and satisfaction. Method employed; Results; Discussion on the same; Description of a correlational study of the relationships between social exchange theory variables and participation in exercise.


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