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Various training methods and how they effect [i.e. affect] mood states

Various training methods and how they effect [i.e. affect] mood states

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mood (Psychology),
  • Running -- Training -- Psychological aspects

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    Other titlesVarious training methods and how they affect mood states
    Statementby Edward E. Beathea.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 44 leaves.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598710M
    OCLC/WorldCa33989024

    Significant adverse effects of dehydration were present at rest and during exercise for vigor-activity, fatigue-inertia, and total mood disturbance scores of the Profile of Mood States and for task difficulty, concentration, and headache as assessed by questionnaire. Most aspects of cognitive performance were not affected by dehydration. When looking at the effects of exercise on mood there are three types of exercise regimes used, aerobic, muscular strength and flexibility training. Aerobic exercise uses energy and oxygen, and includes exercises such as running/jogging or swimming at a comfortable pace (Byrne & Byrne, ).

      Studies Show How Surroundings Affect Mood, Health A study from Ohio State University and the National Institute of Mental Health showed white-collar workers in an old office building — . For some time now, exercise scien- tists have posited that an understanding of the acute psychological effects of single bouts of exercise may be useful in producing exercise protocols that enhance long- term exercise adherence [9]. This article reviews two decades of research on the acute effects of exercise on mood and affective states.

    In psychology, a mood is an affective state. In contrast to emotions or feelings, moods are less specific, less intense and less likely to be provoked or instantiated by a particular stimulus or event. Moods are typically described as having either a positive or negative other words, people usually talk about being in a good mood or a bad mood. THE EFFECTS OF AN INDUCED NEGATIVE MOOD STATE ON STUDENT PILOT LEARNING. Angela Wendell, Christina Frederick-Recascino, Jodi DeLuca, and Thomas Kirton. ABSTRACT. The present study examined the effect of an experimentally induced mood state on student pilot learning for ground school- related information.


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Get this from a library. Various training methods and how they effect [i.e. affect] mood states. [Edward E Beathea]. After analyzing the data utilizing a two-way ANOVA, there was a slight trend between training methods and a change in mood states; however, neither method had significant effect on mood states.

Specifically, it was noted that both methods had a positive effect on vigor and reduced of Physical EducationThesis (: Edward E.

Beathea. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a strength training program on anxiety, affect, and mood in a group of older adults (= 65 years). Twenty men and women participated in a The Effects of Positive and Negative Mood on University Previous empirical findings find that positive mood states increase memory on various tasks, mastery of a discrimination task, and altruism (Jones and George, ).

i.e., positive mood and negative mood, reveals thatCited by: 4. Effects of Negative Mood States on Risk in Everyday Decision Making Article (PDF Available) in Cognition and Emotion 14(6) November with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Unfortunately, fewer studies have examined the effects of different exercise frequencies on psychological functioning.

McAuley (), after 10 weeks of a brisk walking intervention, found that a higher frequency of regular physical activity yields higher levels of positive affect (as measured on an “affective reactions questionnaire”).

The major goal of the current research was to examine the specific influence of positive mood on different aspects of cognitive control. Previous research has found that positive mood can have differential effects on cognition, and the current studies examined whether positive mood had differential effects on facets of cognitive control.

A researcher was interested in the effects of mood on aggression. She decided to see how receiving an insult or a compliment affects aggression, and she measured aggression by having participants administer small shocks to another participant.

The researcher found that participants in the insult condition were more aggressive than those in the compliment condition. TABLE Descriptors of Affect Affect Definition Behavioral Example Appropriate Mood is congruent with the immediate situation.

Juan cries when learning of the death of his father. Inappropriate Mood is not related to the immediate situation. When Sue’s husband. The increase in training load was ensured during the 3rd and 4th wk by increasing the number of repetitions and an increase in the intensity of the work.

Mood states were evaluated before and after the program training using a validated psychometric test; the Profile of Mood States questionnaire (POMS). The POMS is a self-evaluation. Training of elite cyclists: Effects on mood state and selected hormonal responses Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Sports Sciences 22() November with Reads.

states) but some indicate that mood intensity has an effect on creativity. Various interpretations have been proposed for the diverse results that are observed. This paper addresses the current literature related to investigations of the link between exercise treatments and depression, anxiety and other mood states.

Results from these investigations are supportive of the anti-depressant, anti-anxiety and mood enhancing effects of exercise programs.

Psychiatr Pol. Jul-Aug;38(4) [Effects of exercise on anxiety, depression and mood]. [Article in Polish] Guszkowska M(1). Author information: (1)Zakładu Psychologii AWF w Warszawie. This article reviews the studies on the effects of physical activity on the emotional states--anxiety, depression and mood.

Feeling Inventory (EFI), the Profile of Mood States (POMS) (4), and Watson, Clark and Tellegen’s (5) Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS).

Berger and Motl (6) reviewed 25 investigations in which the Profile of Mood States (POMS) was used to measure changes in mood associated with acute bouts of aerobic exercise and physical activity. It is posited that moods can influence behavior via 2 processes: (a) by informational effects on behavior-related judgments and appraisals, which in turn will result in behavioral adjustments (i.e.

In this book, he clarifies interchanging terms that are routinely misconstrued and suggests that more qualitative research be done in new areas attempting to measure affect, mood, and emotion. This a must read for those engaged in health-behavioral s: 4. An Introductory packet on Affect and Mood Problems When psychologists describe abnormalities in a child's affect, they use specific terminology.

The normal affect--which is different for each child and changes with each stage of childhood--is termed broad affect, to describe the range of expression of emotion that is considered typical. The everyday use of ‘affect’ is the verb, meaning ‘to influence’ (his methods affected me greatly), but it also means ‘to feign’ (he affected nonchalance).

The everyday use of ‘effect’ is the noun, meaning ‘result’ (the effect of this has been to make him proud) or ‘influence’ (he has had such an effect on me). As noted earlier, if mood is being employed as a relevant in- BRAND EXTENSION EVALUATIONS put for extension evaluations, evidence of a direct mood effect (i.e., a mood main effect that is not contingent on extension type) should be observed under both low- and high-involvement conditions.

Calisthenics are a great way to build muscle and improve your mood, all without stepping foot in a gym! We have compiled a list of the perfect way to target specific muscle groups, build muscle mass, and how all of these exercises effect your mind and body.Competition & Emotional Control.

Here are some pre-performance strategies for taking control of your emotions before they take control of you. Competition can bring out the best or the worst in athletes, and the psychological demands are especially high when individuals or.

Alterations in psychological mood, personality, behaviour and cognitive functioning associated with altitude have been recognised for many years. Psychological and behavioural changes resulting from the effects of hypoxia often include increases in euphoria, irritability, hostility and impairment of neuropsychological functions such as vision and memory.