The relationship between rate of perceived exertion, perceived stress, general self-efficacy and general health

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Authors
Clarke, John Joe
Issue Date
2014
Degree
BA (Hons) in Psychology
Publisher
Dublin Business School
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Abstract
Aims (i)Is there a significant relationship between rate of perceived exertion, perceived stress, general self-efficacy and general health? (ii)Is there a significant relationship between exercise frequency, perceived stress, general self-efficacy and general health? (iii)Do significant differences exist between different types of physical exercise across perceived stress, general self-efficacy and general health? These results will be analysed with regard to their findings and implications and applied in theory. Results found significant associations between rate of perceived exertion, stress, self-efficacy, general health. Significant associations between exercise frequency and stress, self-efficacy, general health. Significant differences between different types of exercise of participant and level of stress, self-efficacy, and general health.
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