Title of Presentation Proposal

Race, Gender, and Exercise Maintenance: The Mediating Effects of Task, Coping, and Scheduling Self-Efficacy

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Abstract

Many Americans, especially women, Latinos, and Blacks, are found to be overweight and physically inactive. The literature suggests a major role of self-efficacy in individuals’ ability to maintain exercise. The study will explore other factors that may be more salient for women and racial minorities.

Start Date

4-13-2018 5:00 PM

End Date

4-13-2018 5:50 PM

Location

2nd Floor

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Race, Gender, and Exercise Maintenance: The Mediating Effects of Task, Coping, and Scheduling Self-Efficacy

2nd Floor

Many Americans, especially women, Latinos, and Blacks, are found to be overweight and physically inactive. The literature suggests a major role of self-efficacy in individuals’ ability to maintain exercise. The study will explore other factors that may be more salient for women and racial minorities.