Perceived Stress and Exercise Addiction in Army Reserves

Published: 13 October 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/h99x3tshzc.1
Attila Szabo


Combat, no-combat and controls were compared on perceived stress and exercise addiction, as well as exercise characteristics: frequency, duration, intensity. Combat reserves differed from the others on all measures. Perceived stress predicted a large proportion of the variance in exercise addiction.


Steps to reproduce

Select- combat, no-combat-, and non-army members (controls) reserves Use the Exercise Addiction Inventory, Perceived Stress Scale, Exercise Dependence Scale and assess exercise characteristics. Use MANCOVA with age and gender as co-variate to compare the dependent measures between the groups.


Psychology, Exercise, Sport, Military Health, Fitness