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Self-belief increases physical activity in people with osteoarthritis

02:00 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Arthritis Digest

People with osteoarthritis who are more confident in their abilities in the morning then go on to be more physically active throughout the day, according to research in Health Psychology. A total of 135 people recorded their self-belief each morning for 22 days, answering questions such as: “How confident are you that you can be […]

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