The Health Psychology Reader is designed to complement and support the recent textbook Health Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice by David F. Marks, Michael Murray, Brian Evans and Carla Willig (SAGE, 2000). It can also be used as a stand-alone resource given its didactic nature. The Reader explores key topics within the health psychology field with incisive introductions to each section by the Editor and includes a selection of the most important theoretical and empirical published work. 

Moving Towards Active Living: Understanding the Contextual Nature of Barriers to Physical Activity

Moving Towards Active Living: Understanding the Contextual Nature of Barriers to Physical Activity
Moving towards active living: Understanding the contextual nature of barriers to physical activity
SusanDrew

The overwhelming evidence for the health benefits of physical activity (PA) and disturbingly low levels of fitness and activity in the population has promoted ...

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