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長時間運動時の感情の変化に及ぼす性差の影響

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概要 To examine the effects of gender on mood alteration during and after exercise, sixteen male and twenty-one female subjects were participated in marathon running. The participants were not training for... marathon running especially. The Honolulu marathon in Hawaii was chosen for this study because participants were able to run at their own pace, and therefore complete the running with no time limits. It took 6hrs37min ±22.4min for the male subjects and 6hrs2min ±13.9min for the female subjects to comptete the marathon. There was no difference in the time necessary to complete the marathon between males and females. The Mood Check List-Short form, consisting of "Pleasantness", "Relaxation" and "Anxiety" subscales introduced by the authors, was completed before, 10km, 20-km, 30-km, 40-km, and immediately after running. One-way repeated measures ANOVA showed that all of these subscale scores were significantly altered by running in males and females. There was a significant difference by gender for the changes in "Pleasantness", but "Relaxation" and "Anxiety" only approached significance (p<. 10). In addition, the females reported less responses in amount of every mood alteration than males during running.続きを見る

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