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Physical activity improves body image of sedentary adults : Exploring the roles of interoception and affective response

Physical activity improves body image of sedentary adults : Exploring the roles of interoception and affective response

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SRISMITH, Duangkamol, Katja DIERKES, Stephan ZIPFEL, Ansgar THIEL, Gorden SUDECK, Katrin E. GIEL, Simone C. BEHRENS, 2022. Physical activity improves body image of sedentary adults : Exploring the roles of interoception and affective response. In: Current Psychology. Springer. 33(4). ISSN 1046-1310. eISSN 1936-4733. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s12144-022-03641-7

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