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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Andrea Lukács, Péter Sasvári, Beatrix Varga, and Krisztina Mayer

-term coping strategy to relieve negative affective states or to avoid negative emotions. We assume that people who are feeling isolated and lonely are looking for activities that can give them pleasure. Running is a sport activity that can be executed alone or

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2111 Kelestimur, F., Tanriverdi, E., Atmaca, H., et al.: Boxing as a sport activity associated with isolated GH-deficiency. J. Endocrinol. Invest., 2004, 27 , RC28–RC32

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A healthy Hungarian society in 2025: Vision or possible reality?

Inexpensive preventive action plans, instead of a costly reorganization of public health services, for shaping health-conscious, future-oriented thinking

Society and Economy
Author: Zoltán Vass

megújulási lehetőségek a testkultúra és a szabadidősport területén [New Challenges at the Field of Physical Education and Free Time Sport Activities] . Budapest: MTA Jövőkutatási Bizottság. Molnár P

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Kovács Krisztina, F. Földi Rita, Smohai Máté, Géczi Gábor, and Gyömbér Noémi

. Danioni , F. , Barni , D. , & Rosnati , R. ( 2017 ). Transmitting sport values: The importance of parental involvement in children's sport activity . Europe's Journal of Psychology , 13 ( 1 ), 75 - 92 . Dorsch , T.E. , Smith , A

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; Kovacs, 2018 ). The negative effect is further strenghtened that, contrary to the institutional integration theory of Tinto ( 1975 ) and Pascarella and Terenzini ( 1980 ), inclusion in the sport activities of the university has an opposite effect, that is

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questions – one closed, two semi-open and one open. These questions addressed the content of physical education classes, specifically the following areas: –Satisfaction with the offer of sport activities during PE class –Least favorite activity during PE

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these physiological “adaptive” heart changes is predominantly related to the intensity and kind of sport activity and highly depends on the type of physical training ( 11 ). On the other hand, autonomous regulation of the elite athletes, which is

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showcase talent and skills in front of several colleagues and fans. However, Fintor (2013) argues that students who engage in sport activities during their school tenure tend to experience a lot of difficulties. Nevertheless, sustaining this requires both

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moderate to high (more than 2 drinks per week)], smoking status (current, former, or never), and regular sport activity (<1 time a week or ≥1 time a week). Participants self-reported medical conditions and had assessments of prescription medication use

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). Participants of the study were undergraduate university students ( n  = 68, age: 21.1 ± 1.49 years, 52.9% female, 92% right-handed); they participated in the study for partial course credit. Most of them attend in regular (although not elite level) sport

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