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High-intensity interval training elicits more enjoyment and positive affective valence than moderate-intensity training over a 12-week intervention in overweight young women Journal article
Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness, 2022,Volume: 20,Issue: 3,Page: 249-255
Authors:  Li,Feifei;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Zhu,Xiangui;  Chow,Bik Chu;  Zhang,Dandan;  Liang,Wei;  Shang,Borui;  Liu,Yang;  Zhang,Haifeng
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Affective Valence  Enjoyment  High-intensity Interval Training  Moderate-intensity Continuous Training  Pleasure  Repeated Sprint Interval Training  
Sprint Interval Exercise Improves Cognitive Performance Un-related to Postprandial Glucose Fluctuations at Different Levels of Normobaric Hypoxia Journal article
Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2022,Volume: 11,Issue: 3159
Authors:  Lei,On Kei;  Sun,Shengyan;  Nie,Jinlei;  Shi,Qingde;  Kong,Zhaowei
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High-intensity Interval Training  Normoxia  Executive Function  Glucose  
English Textbook Selection in Taiwan: Voices of Two Book Sales Representatives Journal article
Education Research International, 2022,Volume: 2022
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Xuan Van Ha;  Melissa H. Yu
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Affective and enjoyment responses to sprint interval training in healthy individuals: a systematic review and meta-analysis Journal article
Frontiers in Psychology, 2022,Volume: 13,Issue: 820228
Authors:  Hu, M.;  Jung, M. E.;  Nie, J.;  Kong, Z.
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All-out  High-intensity Interval Training (Hiit)  Psychological Responses  Affect (Emotion)  Enjoyment  Perception  Exercise Adherence  
The Dome of Thought: Phrenology and the Nineteenth-Century Popular Imagination Book
Manchester:Manchester University Press, 2022
Authors:  HUGHES, William
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Phrenology  Victorian Medicine  Scottish History  Pseudoscience  English History  Newspapers  
Effects of Acute and Chronic Exercises on Executive Function in Children and Adolescents: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis Journal article
Frontiers in Psychology, 2020,Volume: 11
Authors:  Liu,Shijie;  Yu,Qian;  Li,Zaimin;  Cunha,Paolo Marcello;  Zhang,Yanjie;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Lin,Wang;  Chen,Sitong;  Cai,Yujun
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Acute Exercise  Adolescents  Chronic Exercise  Cognitive  Executive Function  
Social support and sports participation motivations of female adolescents in India - Study of age transition and achievement level Journal article
Physical Culture and Sport, Studies and Research, 2020,Volume: 88,Issue: 1,Page: 49-67
Authors:  Ahmed,Md Dilsad;  Ho,Walter King Yan;  Van Niekerk,Rudolph Leon;  Sulz,Lauren;  Begum,Shaheen
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Age Transition  Female Adolescent  Perception Of Sports Participation  Sports Achievement  
Regular Tai Chi Practice Is Associated With Improved Memory as Well as Structural and Functional Alterations of the Hippocampus in the Elderly Journal article
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 2020,Volume: 12
Authors:  Yue,Chunlin;  Yu,Qian;  Zhang,Yanjie;  Herold,Fabian;  Mei,Jian;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Perrey,Stephane;  Liu,Jiao;  Müller,Notger G.;  Zhang,Zonghao;  Tao,Yuliu;  Kramer,Arthur;  Becker,Benjamin;  Zou,Liye
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Delayed Memory  Gray Matter Density  Regional Homogeneity  Tai Chi  Walking  
Affective and enjoyment responses to short-term high-intensity interval training with low-carbohydrate diet in overweight young women Journal article
Nutrients, 2020,Volume: 12,Issue: 2
Authors:  Kong,Zhaowei;  Hu,Mingzhu;  Liu,Yang;  Shi,Qingde;  Zou,Liye;  Sun,Shengyan;  Zhang,Haifeng;  Nie,Jinlei
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Adherence  Intermittent Exercise  Ketogenic Diet  Overweight  Pleasure  Repeated Sprint Training  
The persuasion process of sponsorship and non-sponsored activation and the dual mediation model Journal article
Event Management, 2019
Authors:  Quintal, Vanessa;  Liu, Matthew Tingchi;  Unsal, Fahri;  Phau, Ian
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Attitude  Cognition  Global Brands  Purchase Intention  Sponsorship Activation