Karr, Trisha M.; Cook, Brian; Zunker, Christie; Cao, Li; Crosby, Ross D.; Wonderlich, Stephen A.; Mitchell, James E.
Sport Journal, p1-1. 1p.
2017-12-07
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Mixed-effects linear models revealed temporal associations between physical activity and affect within the same day, within the same hour, and within the next hour. Momentary measurement of physical activity and positive affect revealed reciprocal effects, in that physical activity enhanced positive affect, which in turn, facilitated further activity. Findings reflect the utility of objective assessment measures in real time for the link between physical activity and affect among women with AN.