Part of the SpringerBriefs in Specialty Topics in Behavioral Medicine book series (BRIEFSSPETOBEME)
Exercise Aiming at Behavioral Mechanisms
This chapter presents the rationale of innovative exercise modalities that integrate behavioral and self-management strategies into exercise therapy treatments. Three programs are presented which illustrate these interventions.
KeywordsPhysical Activity Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Activity Limitation Exercise Therapy Integrate Program
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