Steven J. Petruzzello mostly deals with Affect, Physical exercise, Developmental psychology, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Exercise intensity. His Affect study combines topics in areas such as Anaerobic exercise and Pleasure. His Physical exercise research incorporates elements of Sensation seeking, Association and Sports medicine.
The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive skill, Physical fitness, Cognitive test and Moderation. His work carried out in the field of Exercise intensity brings together such families of science as Ventilatory threshold and Physical therapy. His Physical therapy research includes elements of Hemodynamics and Heart rate.
His primary areas of study are Affect, Physical therapy, Clinical psychology, Anxiety and Developmental psychology. His Affect study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Exercise intensity, Physical exercise, Arousal and Aerobic exercise. Steven J. Petruzzello combines subjects such as Ventilatory threshold and Pleasure with his study of Exercise intensity.
The Physical therapy study which covers Physical medicine and rehabilitation that intersects with Rehabilitation. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical fitness, Cognition and Personality. He has included themes like Audiology and Electroencephalography in his Developmental psychology study.
Steven J. Petruzzello focuses on Clinical psychology, Physical therapy, Affect, Personality and Physical fitness. His Clinical psychology study which covers Anxiety that intersects with Depression. His biological study focuses on Aerobic exercise.
His research in Affect intersects with topics in Exercise intensity, Valence and Feeling. As a part of the same scientific family, Steven J. Petruzzello mostly works in the field of Personality, focusing on Analysis of variance and, on occasion, Big Five personality traits and Exercise behavior. Steven J. Petruzzello has researched Physical fitness in several fields, including Applied psychology and Gerontology.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Physical fitness, Clinical psychology, Physical therapy and Self-determination theory. Steven J. Petruzzello performs integrative study on Developmental psychology and High intensity in his works. His study in Physical fitness is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Bipolar disorder, Randomized controlled trial and Gerontology.
His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Analysis of variance and Personality. His research in Physical therapy tackles topics such as Anger which are related to areas like Profile of mood states, Mood and Mood state. His work carried out in the field of Valence brings together such families of science as Exercise intensity, Feeling and Affect.
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A Meta-Analysis on the Anxiety-Reducing Effects of Acute and Chronic Exercise: Outcomes and Mechanisms
Steven J. Petruzzello;Daniel M. Landers;Brad D. Hatfield;Karla A. Kubitz.
Sports Medicine (1991)
The Influence of Physical Fitness and Exercise upon Cognitive Functioning: A Meta-Analysis
Jennifer L. Etnier;Walter Salazar;Daniel M. Landers;Steven J. Petruzzello.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (1997)
The pleasure and displeasure people feel when they exercise at different intensities: decennial update and progress towards a tripartite rationale for exercise intensity prescription.
Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Gaynor Parfitt;Steven J. Petruzzello.
Sports Medicine (2011)
Acute aerobic exercise and affect: current status, problems and prospects regarding dose-response.
Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Steven J. Petruzzello.
Sports Medicine (1999)
The Psychology of Exercise : Integrating Theory and Practice
Curt L. Lox;Kathleen A. Martin Ginis;Steven J. Petruzzello.
The Relationship Between Exercise Intensity and Affective Responses Demystified: To Crack the 40-Year-Old Nut, Replace the 40-Year-Old Nutcracker!
Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Eric E. Hall;Steven J. Petruzzello.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2008)
Variation and homogeneity in affective responses to physical activity of varying intensities: An alternative perspective on dose – response based on evolutionary considerations
Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Eric E Hall;Steven J Petruzzello.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2005)
Walking in (affective) circles: Can short walks enhance affect?
Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Eric E. Hall;Lisa M. VanLanduyt;Steven J. Petruzzello.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2000)
The affective beneficence of vigorous exercise revisited
Eric E. Hall;Panteleimon Ekkekakis;Steven J. Petruzzello.
British Journal of Health Psychology (2002)
Physical Activity, Cognition, and Brain Outcomes: A Review of the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines.
Kirk I. Erickson;Charles Hillman;Chelsea M. Stillman;Rachel M. Ballard.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2019)
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