Self-Efficacy Determinants and Consequences of Physical Activity


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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.

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