Sources of Variability in Physical Activity Among Inactive People with Multiple Sclerosis

Sources of Variability in Physical Activity Among Inactive People with Multiple Sclerosis Purpose Evidence supports that physical activity (PA) im- setting and multidimensional outcomes expectations for exer- proves symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). Although appli- cise and explained ~14% of the variance in PA (R =0.144, cation of principles from Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) may p < 0.05). Model 2 included walking limitations, fatigue and facilitate positive changes in PA behaviour among people with depression and explained 20% of the variance in PA multiple sclerosis (pwMS), the constructs often explain limit- (R =0.196, p < 0.01). Model 3 combined models 1 and 2 ed variance in PA. This study investigated the extent to which and explained variance increased to ~29% (R =0.288; MS symptoms, including fatigue, depression, and walking p<0.01). In Model 3, exercise self-efficacy (β=0.30, limitations combined with the SCTconstructs, explained more p < 0.05), walking limitations (β=0.32, p < 0.01), fatigue variance in PA than SCT constructs alone among pwMS. (β = −0.41, p < 0.01) and depression (β = 0.34, p < 0.05) were Method Baseline data, including objectively assessed PA, ex- significantly and independently associated with PA. ercise self-efficacy, goal setting, outcome expectations, 6-min Conclusion Findings suggest that relevant MS symptoms im- walk test, fatigue and depression, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Behavioral Medicine Springer Journals

Sources of Variability in Physical Activity Among Inactive People with Multiple Sclerosis

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2017 by International Society of Behavioral Medicine
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Medicine/Public Health, general; Health Psychology; General Practice / Family Medicine
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1070-5503
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1532-7558
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10.1007/s12529-017-9674-z
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Abstract

Purpose Evidence supports that physical activity (PA) im- setting and multidimensional outcomes expectations for exer- proves symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). Although appli- cise and explained ~14% of the variance in PA (R =0.144, cation of principles from Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) may p < 0.05). Model 2 included walking limitations, fatigue and facilitate positive changes in PA behaviour among people with depression and explained 20% of the variance in PA multiple sclerosis (pwMS), the constructs often explain limit- (R =0.196, p < 0.01). Model 3 combined models 1 and 2 ed variance in PA. This study investigated the extent to which and explained variance increased to ~29% (R =0.288; MS symptoms, including fatigue, depression, and walking p<0.01). In Model 3, exercise self-efficacy (β=0.30, limitations combined with the SCTconstructs, explained more p < 0.05), walking limitations (β=0.32, p < 0.01), fatigue variance in PA than SCT constructs alone among pwMS. (β = −0.41, p < 0.01) and depression (β = 0.34, p < 0.05) were Method Baseline data, including objectively assessed PA, ex- significantly and independently associated with PA. ercise self-efficacy, goal setting, outcome expectations, 6-min Conclusion Findings suggest that relevant MS symptoms im- walk test, fatigue and depression,

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International Journal of Behavioral MedicineSpringer Journals

Published: Jul 10, 2017

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