Study Guide EXS 460:
Ch.1 Part 1
1. Only few % of Americans are active enough to increase or maintain CV or muscular
2. 2/3 of adults are overweight or obese
3. Only 10% of sedentary adults will begin an exercise program in a 1 yr period.
Health Belief Model:
PA: what would you need to do?
What are some practical applications for the EP-C based on this theory?
My client does not like going to the gym because she fears she may get a disease due to the skin
contact on machines and the risk o
Exam 3 Material
Self Management/ Relapse Prevention
1. Teaching Self Regulation
a. Increase cues for desired behavior
b. Decrease cues for undesired behavior
c. Behave so that future contact w/a powerful stimulus for the desired behavior is
Socio Ecological Model (SEM)
1.) To help my client increase his or her PA level using the SEM, I would first determine their
level of PA on a given day/week. To increase their level of PA, I would educate them on the
importance of PA. Another step in incr
Single Subject Designs
o Reversal (ABAB, Withdrawal)
Baseline, intervention, return to baseline, replication on
A= no intervention B= intervention
Causality is shown by:
A change in behavior occurring with implemen
EXAM 3 MATERIAL- PT. 2
PART 2 MATERIAL OUTLINE
WHY REGULATE AROUSAL?
Athletes who dont effectively cope with
stress may experience decreases in
EXS 460 Exam 1 Material
Theories of Behavior
Buckworth, J and Dishman R. (2002). Theories of Behavior Change. In M. Bahrke, J. Clark and M.
Feld (eds.), Exercise Psychology (p. 213-227). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
What Is Sport and Exercise
Two Objectives of Sport and
Typical Questions Studied
Who Is Sport and Exercise
OF SPORT AND
University of North Carolina
Exam 2 Material
Behavioral Research Designs
Creating Effective Behavioral
BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH DESIGNS
Cooper, J.O., Heron, T.E. & Heward, W.L. (1987). Applied B