- Health-Related Social Control over Physical Activity: Interactions with Age and SexKelly A Cotter
Department of Psychology, Sacramento State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
J Aging Res 2012:321098. 2012..While younger men may be encouraged toward healthier behaviors by positive social control messages, social control attempts may backfire when targeting older men. Implications for physical activity promotion are discussed...
- Exercising control: exercise intention and perceived constraints in older adults with osteoarthritisKelly A Cotter
Address correspondence to Kelly Cotter, Department of Psychology, 6000 J Street, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA 95819 E mail
Gerontologist 53:1046-50. 2013....
- Psychosocial and behavioural contributors to health: age-related increases in physical disability are reduced by physical fitnessKelly A Cotter
Department of Psychology, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA 95819 6007, USA
Psychol Health 25:805-20. 2010..Beneficial effects of physical fitness are considered within the context of lifespan theories of health, and implications for interventions are discussed...
- No strain, no gain: psychosocial predictors of physical activity across the adult lifespanKelly A Cotter
Dept of Psychology, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA, USA
J Phys Act Health 7:584-94. 2010..Physical activity is an essential ingredient in the recipe for successful aging, yet physical activity engagement declines with advancing age...