KINS 7154X Exercise Psychology and Behavior Change
45 hours; 3 credits
This course provides an overview of the theoretical foundations for understanding exercise psychology and behavior including: social cognitive theory; trans theoretical model; and social ecological models. Physical activity behavior will be explored including: barriers to engagement in physical activity, cognitive and behavioral strategies for increasing physical activity, and theoretical strategies and approaches to increase exercise adoption and adherence.
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