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The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke : a structured review of the empirical literature. / Morris, Jacqui; Oliver, Tracey; Kroll, Thilo; MacGillivray, Steve.

In: Stroke Research and Treatment, Vol. 2012, 195249, 2012.

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Morris, J, Oliver, T, Kroll, T & MacGillivray, S 2012, 'The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke: a structured review of the empirical literature' Stroke Research and Treatment, vol 2012, 195249.

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Morris, J., Oliver, T., Kroll, T., & MacGillivray, S. (2012). The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke: a structured review of the empirical literature. Stroke Research and Treatment, 2012, [195249]doi: 10.1155/2012/195249

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Morris J, Oliver T, Kroll T, MacGillivray S. The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke: a structured review of the empirical literature. Stroke Research and Treatment. 2012;2012. 195249.

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Morris, Jacqui; Oliver, Tracey; Kroll, Thilo; MacGillivray, Steve / The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke : a structured review of the empirical literature.

In: Stroke Research and Treatment, Vol. 2012, 195249, 2012.

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title = "The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke",
author = "Jacqui Morris and Tracey Oliver and Thilo Kroll and Steve MacGillivray",
year = "2012",
volume = "2012",
journal = "Stroke Research and Treatment",
issn = "2090-8105",

}

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T1 - The importance of psychological and social factors in influencing the uptake and maintenance of physical activity after stroke

T2 - a structured review of the empirical literature

A1 - Morris,Jacqui

A1 - Oliver,Tracey

A1 - Kroll,Thilo

A1 - MacGillivray,Steve

AU - Morris,Jacqui

AU - Oliver,Tracey

AU - Kroll,Thilo

AU - MacGillivray,Steve

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Background. People with stroke are not maintaining adequate engagement in physical activity (PA) for health and functional benefit. This paper sought to describe any psychological and social factors that may influence physical activity engagement after stroke. Methods. A structured literature review of studies indexed in MEDLINE, CinAHL, P&BSC, and PsycINFO using search terms relevant to stroke, physical disabilities, and PA. Publications reporting empirical findings (quantitative or qualitative) regarding psychological and/or social factors were included. Results. Twenty studies from 19 publications (9 surveys, 1 RCT, and 10 qualitative studies) were included. Seventeen studies reported findings pertinent to psychological factors and fourteen findings pertinent to social factors. Conclusion. Self-efficacy, physical activity beliefs, and social support appear particularly relevant to physical activity behaviour after stroke and should be included in theoretically based physical interventions. The Transtheoretical Model and the Theory of Planned Behaviour are candidate behavioural models that may support intervention development.

AB - Background. People with stroke are not maintaining adequate engagement in physical activity (PA) for health and functional benefit. This paper sought to describe any psychological and social factors that may influence physical activity engagement after stroke. Methods. A structured literature review of studies indexed in MEDLINE, CinAHL, P&BSC, and PsycINFO using search terms relevant to stroke, physical disabilities, and PA. Publications reporting empirical findings (quantitative or qualitative) regarding psychological and/or social factors were included. Results. Twenty studies from 19 publications (9 surveys, 1 RCT, and 10 qualitative studies) were included. Seventeen studies reported findings pertinent to psychological factors and fourteen findings pertinent to social factors. Conclusion. Self-efficacy, physical activity beliefs, and social support appear particularly relevant to physical activity behaviour after stroke and should be included in theoretically based physical interventions. The Transtheoretical Model and the Theory of Planned Behaviour are candidate behavioural models that may support intervention development.

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U2 - 10.1155/2012/195249

DO - 10.1155/2012/195249

M1 - Article

JO - Stroke Research and Treatment

JF - Stroke Research and Treatment

SN - 2090-8105

VL - 2012

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