Exercise, Emotion, and Executive ControlGiles, Grace.
Abstract: Both acute and habitual exercise are consistently associated with a number of benefits to physical and mental health, including cardiovascular function, body weight, mood, and cognition. For instance, habitual exercise improves mood, such as depressive symptoms in individuals with major depressive disorders, and acute exercise elevates emotion during and after exercise, particularly in p... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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