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Lennart Raudsepp and Eva-Maria Riso

depressive symptoms in community-dwelling Hispanic older adults ( Perrino et al., 2010 ). There are several potential explanations for the walking-depression relationship. Walking during leisure time may provide a sense of enjoyment, efficacy, and social interactions ( Rhyner & Watts, 2016 ), contributing to

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Matthew D. Curtner-Smith, Deborah. S. Baxter and Leah K. May

have a broader view of their role that involves delivering content and realizing affective objectives ( Gillespie, 2011 ). These affective objectives include cooperation, teamwork, participation, self-respect, respect for others, enjoyment, and social interaction in groups. The objectives are realized

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Terilyn C. Shigeno, E. Earlynn Lauer, Leslee A. Fisher, Emily J. Johnson and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

behaviors through education, personal reflection, and social interaction. However, of the 285 CDPs that have been conducted, only six have focused on intrapersonal knowledge/behavior (i.e., coaches’ ability to reflect and learn from their own practice; Côté & Gilbert, 2009 ; Lefebvre, Evans, Turnnidge

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Chia-Yuan Yu and Biyuan Wang

.jtrangeo.2013.09.007 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.09.007 24. Zhu X , Yu C , Lee C , Lu Z , Mann G . A retrospective study on changes in residents’ physical activities, social interactions, and neighborhood cohesion after moving to a walkable community . Prev Med . 2014 ; 69 ( suppl 1 ): S93 – S97

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Kent Upham, Brandon J. Auer, Christopher N. Sciamanna, Andrew J. Mowen, Joshua M. Smyth, David E. Conroy, Matthew Silvis, Jennifer L. Kraschnewski, Liza S. Rovniak, Erik Lehman, Kalen Kearcher, Maggie Vizzini and Louis Cesarone

typically played 2-on-2, rather than 1-on-1, which reduces effort and increases opportunities for meaningful social interactions. 20 We considered focusing on a single sport to be a limitation, given that this may promote activity habituation and a feeling of monotony over time, potentially limiting

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Mitali S. Thanawala, Juned Siddique, John A. Schneider, Alka M. Kanaya, Andrew J. Cooper, Swapna S. Dave, Nicola Lancki and Namratha R. Kandula

direct experience of exercising together, positive feedback, and role modeling. In addition, having an exercise partner can increase the enjoyment associated with exercise because of positive social interactions. 36 Further research is needed to understand the mediators through which the social network

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Gretchen Kerr, Anthony Battaglia and Ashley Stirling

than do parents, thus enabling them to exert control over areas of athletes’ lives in and outside of sport, such as their social interactions and academics ( Burke, 2001 ; Tomlinson & Yorganci, 1997 ). As parents are socialized into the elite-sport culture, they themselves, like the athletes, become

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Thaís Reichert, Rodrigo Sudatti Delevatti, Alexandre Konig Garcia Prado, Natália Carvalho Bagatini, Nicole Monticelli Simmer, Andressa Pellegrini Meinerz, Bruna Machado Barroso, Rochelle Rocha Costa, Ana Carolina Kanitz and Luiz Fernando Martins Kruel

pressure, suppression of the renin–angiotensin system), the 3 × 10s training would be more appropriate because of the longer immersion. In addition, this training would also be suitable for those older women who seek social interaction because they can socialize during passive interval between sets

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Jahan Heidari, Jürgen Beckmann, Maurizio Bertollo, Michel Brink, K. Wolfgang Kallus, Claudio Robazza and Michael Kellmann

social interaction via personal communication in combination with questionnaire data may provide more detailed insights into the recovery status of affected athletes. Social recovery monitoring offers the possibility to detect facets of fatigue and recovery that are not covered by current biological and

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Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Sally Taunton, Adam Pennell and Ali Brian

reduced stress, increased self-efficacy, and reduced loneliness or feelings of isolation ( Diamond & Ling, 2016 ). While the SKIP intervention centers on motor competence, it also fosters social interaction. Finally, children appeared to enjoy the intervention. Thus, future research should aim to detangle