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快適自己ペース走によるポジティブな感情の変化量を規定する生理心理学的要因

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概要 This investigation examined the psychophysiological factors related to amounts of positive mood changes following aerobic exercise. Comfortable Self-Paced Running (CSPR) can be defined as running at a... subjective exercise intensity of Comfortable Self-Established Pace (CSEP). Eighteen male students performed CSPR for 15 min on a treadmill. Subjects completed the Mood Check List (MCL-S.1), consisting of "Pleasantness," "Relaxation" and "Anxiety" subscales, both before and immediately after CSPR. Mean Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE), heart rate, and %V02max during CSPR indicated that the exercise intensity of CSPR was at a moderate level. In addition, a significant increase in "Pleasantness" and "Relaxation," and a significant decrease in "Anxiety" were found immediately after exercise. There was a significant correlation between amount of increase in both "Pleasantness" and "Relaxation" and a more emotionally unstable or socially inadaptable personality, lower levels of mental health, higher trait anxiety, type A behavior pattern, and more positive belief towards sport behavior. Furthermore, greater increases in "Relaxation" were associated with lower %V02max. The results of multiple regression analyses indicated that trait anxiety and a type A behavior pattern were both significant positive predictors (74.7%) for the amount of change in "Pleasantness." Only trait anxiety, however, was a positive predictor (61.6%) for "Relaxation." These results suggest that the increase in positive mood following CSPR can be attributed more to psychological than physiological factors. In particular, high trait anxiety appears to be a strong predictor for changes in positive mood following CSPR.続きを見る

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