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Effect of Intrinsic Motivation on Affective Responses to Moderate-Intensity Exercise in inactive people: Focused on Dual Mode Model
Jong-ho Kim, Myoung-jin Shin
Korean J Sport Sci. 2015;26(4):739-748.   Published online December 31, 2015

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