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R. Asher (2010)
Predictors of Exercise Adherence in Cardiac Patients Participating in a Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to determine whether barrier and task efficacy influences exercise adherence in Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation program in men and women who were participating in the Infirmary Health Systems in Mobile, Alabama. Through the research study, the exercise adherence among men and women was evaluated for factors to determine if barrier and task efficacy correlated with exercise adherence in the attendance of cardiac rehabilitation. In the measurement of the data collected, the data was examined to determine if the exercise adherence, barrier and task efficacy were gender specific.
C. Geisert (2010)
Athletic Hazing in the Nebraska State College System: An Introductory Investigation
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the prevalence of hazing in athletics among the three institutions that comprise the Nebraska State College System. Student athletes were asked to respond to a web-based survey composed of numerous hazing related questions and all participants were from athletic teams competing for one of the three institutions in the Nebraska State College System. Overall, 73.8% (n=262) of the
student-athletes indicated that they had been hazed or had been hazed and then hazed another teammate at one time.