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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2013. Número 35 (24)

Psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery: the role of physical activity
Burke, Shaunna M.; Utley, Andrea
Benefits and barriers to physical activity for individuals with disabilities: a social-relational model of disability perspective
Martin, Jeffrey J.
Research Papers
A qualitative exploration of barriers and motivators to physical activity participation in women treated for breast cancer
Brunet, Jennifer; Taran, Samantha; Burke, Shaunna; Sabiston, Catherine M.
Understanding physical activity in spinal cord injury rehabilitation: translating and communicating research through stories
Smith, Brett; Papathomas, Anthony; Martin Ginis, Kathleen A.; Latimer-Cheung, Amy E.
Identifying physical activity information needs and preferred methods of delivery of people with multiple sclerosis
Sweet, Shane N.; Perrier, Marie-Josée; Podzyhun, Christine; Latimer-Cheung, Amy E.
The role of initial physical activity experiences in promoting posttraumatic growth in Paralympic athletes with an acquired disability
Day, Melissa Catherine
The effects of physical activity vignettes on physical activity-related social cognitions among people with spinal cord injury
Foulon, Brianne L.; Ginis, Kathleen A. Martin
Psychosocial outcomes of an inclusive adapted sport and adventurous training course for military personnel
Carless, David; Peacock, Suzanne; McKenna, Jim; Cooke, Carlton
Narrative environments and the capacity of disability narratives to motivate leisure-time physical activity among individuals with spinal cord injury
Perrier, Marie-Josée; Smith, Brett M.; Latimer-Cheung, Amy E.
Exploring relationships among distress, psychological growth, motivation, and physical activity among transplant recipients
Segatto, Bianca L.; Sabiston, Catherine M.; Harvey, William J.; Bloom, Gordon A.
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