Exercise Psychology (inbunden)
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Exercise Psychology (inbunden)

Exercise Psychology

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Exercise Psychology has grown substantially in recent years and has now matured into an established and widely studied discipline. Many universities offer graduate and undergraduate programmes in exercise science worldwide, and there are a number of scientific and applied journals in the field that have published a huge body of scholarship. This new four-volume collection from Routledge, edited by two leading scholars in the field, brings together the key material published across these various sources to create a 'mini library' of the foundational writing and the very best contemporary research.
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Volume I: Underlying Mechanisms of Exercise Effect on Brain Plasticity and Human Functioning Genetic Factors: Why do People Exercise and How does Exercise Effects Us? 1. A. M. Knab and J. T. Lightfoot, 'Does the Difference Between Physically Active and Couch Potato Lie in the Dopamine System?', International Journal of Biological Sciences, 2010, 6, 2, 133-50. 2. S. Vaynman and F. Gomez-Pinilla, 'Revenge of the "Sit": How Lifestyle Impacts Neuronal and Cognitive Health through Molecular Systems that Interface Energy Metabolism with Neuronal Plasticity', Journal of Neuroscience Research, 2006, 84, 699-715. 3. C. Bouchard, 'Genomic Predictors of Trainability', Experimental Physiology, 2012, 97, 347-52. Brain Plasticity and Functioning: Changes in Brain Structure (Regeneration) 4. C. W. Cotman, N. C. Berchtold, and L. A. Christie, 'Exercise Builds Brain Health: Key Roles of Growth Factor Cascades and Inflammation', Trends in Neuroscience, 2007, 30, 464-72. 5. H. van Praag, 'Neurogenesis and Exercise: Past and Future Directions', Neuromolecular Medicine, 2008, 10, 2, 128-40. 6. C. Ernst, A. K. Olson, J. P. Pinel, R. W. Lam, and B. R. Christie, 'Antidepressant Effects of Exercise: Evidence for an Adult-neurogenesis Hypothesis?', Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 2006, 31, 2, 84-92. 7. B. N. Greenwood, T. E. Foley, T. V. Le, P. V. Strong, A. B. Loughridge, H. E. Day, and M. Fleshner, 'Long-term Voluntary Wheel Running is Rewarding and Produces Plasticity in the Mesolimbic Reward Pathway', Behavioral Brain Research, 2011, 217, 2, 354-62. 8. M. N. Hill, A. K. Titterness, A. C. Morrish, E. J. Carrier, T.-Y. T. Lee, J. Gil-Mohapel, B. B. Gorzalka, C. J. Hillard, and B. R. Christie, 'Endogenous Cannabinoid Signaling is Required for Voluntary Exercise-induced Enhancement of Progenitor Cell Proliferation in the Hippocampus', Hippocampus, 2010, 20, 4, 513-23. Central Nervous System, Neurotransmitters, and Chemical Changes 9. R. Meeusen and K. De Meirleir, 'Exercise and Brain Neurotransmission', Sports Medicine, 1995, 20, 160-88. 10. R. K. Dishman and P. J. O'Connor, 'Lessons in Exercise Neurobiology: The Case of Endorphins', Mental Health and Physical Activity, 2009, 2, 4-9. Animal Studies 11. S. A. Neeper, F. Gomez-Pinilla, J. Choi, and C. W. Cotman, 'Physical Activity Increases mRNA for Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor and Nerve Growth Factor in Rat Brain', Brain Research, 1996, 726, 49-56. 12. C. W. Cotman and N. C. Berchtold, 'Exercise: A Behavioral Intervention to Enhance Brain Health and Plasticity', Trends in Neuroscience, 2002, 25, 295-301. 13. A. C. Pereira, et al., 'An in vivo Correlate of Exercise-induced Neurogenesis in the Adult Dentate Gyrus', Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 2007, 104, 5638-43. 14. S. Vaynman, Z. Ying, and F. Gomez-Pinilla, 'Hippocampal BDNF Mediates the Efficacy of Exercise on Synaptic Plasticity and Cognition', European Journal of Neuroscience, 2004, 20, 2580-90. 15. J. E. Black, K. R. Isaacs, B. J. Anderson, A. A. Alcantara, and W. T. Greenough, 'Learning Causes Synaptogenesis, Whereas Motor Activity Causes Angiogenesis, in Cerebellar Cortex of Adult Rats', Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 1990, 87, 5568-72. 16. H. Van Praag, B. R. Christie, T. J. Sejnowski, and F. H. Gage, 'Running Enhances Neurogenesis, Learning, and Long-term Potentiation in Mice', Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 1999, 96, 13427-31. Volume II: Exercise Effects on Cognitive Processes and Brain Functioning Exercise-Fitness Effect on Academic Achievement, Executive Function, Working Memory, and Brain Activity in Children 17. D. M. Castelli, C. H. Hillman, S. Buck, and H. Erwin, 'Physical Fitness and Academic Achievement in 3rd & 5th Grade Students', Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 2007, 29, 239-52. 18. F. Trudeau and R. J. Shephard, 'Physical Education, School Physical Activity, School Sports and Academic Performanc