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Panteleimon Ekkekakis
Panteleimon Ekkekakis
Professor and Chairperson, Department of Kinesiology, Michigan State University
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The pleasure and displeasure people feel when they exercise at different intensities: decennial update and progress towards a tripartite rationale for exercise intensity …
P Ekkekakis, G Parfitt, SJ Petruzzello
Sports medicine 41, 641-671, 2011
14162011
Pleasure and displeasure from the body: Perspectives from exercise
P Ekkekakis
Cognition and emotion 17 (2), 213-239, 2003
7722003
Acute aerobic exercise and affect: current status, problems and prospects regarding dose-response
P Ekkekakis, SJ Petruzzello
Sports medicine 28, 337-347, 1999
6451999
Exercise does not feel the same when you are overweight: the impact of self-selected and imposed intensity on affect and exertion
P Ekkekakis, E Lind
International journal of obesity 30 (4), 652-660, 2006
6432006
The measurement of affect, mood, and emotion: A guide for health-behavioral research
P Ekkekakis
Cambridge University Press, 2013
5332013
Variation and homogeneity in affective responses to physical activity of varying intensities: an alternative perspective on dose–response based on evolutionary considerations
P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, SJ Petruzzello
Journal of sports sciences 23 (5), 477-500, 2005
5032005
The relationship between exercise intensity and affective responses demystified: to crack the 40-year-old nut, replace the 40-year-old nutcracker!
P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, SJ Petruzzello
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 35 (2), 136-149, 2008
5002008
Affective–reflective theory of physical inactivity and exercise
R Brand, P Ekkekakis
German Journal of exercise and sport research 48 (1), 48-58, 2018
4572018
Walking in (affective) circles: can short walks enhance affect?
P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, LM VanLanduyt, SJ Petruzzello
Journal of behavioral medicine 23, 245-275, 2000
4462000
The affective beneficence of vigorous exercise revisited
EE Hall, P Ekkekakis, SJ Petruzzello
British journal of health psychology 7 (1), 47-66, 2002
4172002
Let them roam free? Physiological and psychological evidence for the potential of self-selected exercise intensity in public health
P Ekkekakis
Sports medicine 39, 857-888, 2009
3862009
Affect, mood, and emotion.
P Ekkekakis
Human Kinetics, 2012
3762012
Exercise, fitness, and neurocognitive function in older adults: the “selective improvement” and “cardiovascular fitness” hypotheses
AL Smiley-Oyen, KA Lowry, SJ Francois, ML Kohut, P Ekkekakis
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 36 (3), 280-291, 2008
3142008
Throwing the mountains into the lakes: On the perils of nomothetic conceptions of the exercise-affect relationship
LM Van Landuyt, P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, SJ Petruzzello
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 22 (3), 208-234, 2000
3102000
Practical markers of the transition from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism during exercise: rationale and a case for affect-based exercise prescription
P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, SJ Petruzzello
Preventive medicine 38 (2), 149-159, 2004
3052004
Analysis of the affect measurement conundrum in exercise psychology: IV. A conceptual case for the affect circumplex
P Ekkekakis, SJ Petruzzello
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 3 (1), 35-63, 2002
2922002
Some like it vigorous: Measuring individual differences in the preference for and tolerance of exercise intensity
P Ekkekakis, EE Hall, SJ Petruzzello
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 27 (3), 350-374, 2005
2802005
Analysis of the affect measurement conundrum in exercise psychology: I. Fundamental issues
P Ekkekakis, SJ Petruzzello
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 1 (2), 71-88, 2000
2662000
Illuminating the black box: investigating prefrontal cortical hemodynamics during exercise with near-infrared spectroscopy
P Ekkekakis
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 31 (4), 505-553, 2009
2632009
Affective responses to increasing levels of exercise intensity in normal‐weight, overweight, and obese middle‐aged women
P Ekkekakis, E Lind, S Vazou
Obesity 18 (1), 79-85, 2010
2542010
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