Gender differences in social cognitive determinants of exercise adoption


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HANKONEN, Nelli, Pilvikki ABSETZ, Paolo GHISLETTA, Britta RENNER, Antti UUTELA, 2010. Gender differences in social cognitive determinants of exercise adoption. In: Psychology and Health. 25(1), pp. 55-69. Available under: doi: 10.1080/08870440902736972

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