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Behav. Sci., Volume 9, Issue 12 (December 2019) – 44 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Exercise represents the single most effective nonpharmacological approach for managing symptoms and [...] Read more. Exercise represents the single most effective nonpharmacological approach for managing symptoms and improving the health-related quality of life of people suffering from multiple sclerosis. Moreover, exercise self-efficacy has been proven to be a relevant mediator of the relationship between exercise and health-related quality of life. Unlike exercise, which is a specific, structured, and supervised form of physical activity, lifetime physical activity must be selected by the person, consciously planned, and accumulated in short bouts over the day as part of one’s life. Our results suggest that self-efficacy in goal setting can play a pivotal role in the relationship between lifetime physical activity and mental-health-related quality of life, contributing to overcoming the daily barriers to the maintenance of physical activity. View this paper