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Why so unfit?: Assessing potential barriers to exercise adoption in middle-aged men
(The Author(s), 2005)
Compared to women, men: have a higher mortality rate consistently die younger are more susceptible to sedentary-lifestyle related diseases (e.g., cardiovascular disease) are more likely to engage in behaviours ...
The changing nature of life regrets
IntroductionNew life stages promote new life goals and our most intense regrets should change in relation to our new goals and priorities.Research shows that 'Work' and 'Education' regrets are more common for older adults, ...
The decision appraisal model of regret