Self-Presentational Processes in Exercise and Sport

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Mark R. Leary Wake Forest University

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This article examines the effects of self-presentational processes on four aspects of sport and exercise: the motivation to engage in physical activity, people's choices of physical activities and the contexts in which they engage in these activities, the quality of athletic performance, and people's emotional reactions to engaging in sport and exercise.

Mark R. Leary is with the Department of Psychology, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109.

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