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Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?

Yıl 2016, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 68 - 75, 26.03.2016

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The aim of this study was to investigate the exercise dependence syhmptom on individuals who do exercise regularly as nonathlete. Totally 123 individuals (32 female, 91male, mean age 28,2±16,2 years, exercise mean age 7,7,±6,2 years) participated in to the study voluntary. Data collected by using demographic survey sheet and Exercise Dependence Scale-21 which was developed by Hausenblas and Downs (2002) and adapted in to Turkish by Yeltepe and Ikizler (2007). SPSS used for analysis. Analysis showed that; %1,6 of participant were dependence, %84,1 of participant was symptomatic and %14,2 of participants were asymptomatic. In addition there were significant differences between groups according to weekly exercise frequency, exercise age and total dependence scale point. There was positive but low correlation with total exercise dependence score and weekly exercise frequency and daily exercise duration. On the other hand it is found that there was negative but low correlation with total exercise dependence score and age. According to findings it is possible to say that if losing control of weekly exercise frequency and daily exercise duration exercise dependence symptoms may occur among sedentaries.

Kaynakça

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  • Cyclists. Master Thesis, Kentucky.
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  • Exercise on Exercise Dependence. Selcuk University Journal of Physical Education and Sport
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  • Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada.
  • Costa S, Cuzzocrea F, Hausenblas HA, Larcan R, Oliva P (2012). Psychometric examination
  • and factorial validity of the Exercise Dependence Scale-Revised in Italian exercisers. Journal
  • of Behavioral Addictions, 1, 186–190.
  • Costa S, Hausenblas HA, Olıva P, Cuzzocrea F, Larcan R (2013). The role of age, gender,
  • mood states and exercise frequency on exercise dependence. Journal of Behavioral
  • Addictions. 2:4: 216–223
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  • Perceptual and Motor Skills, 77: 192–194.
  • Glasser W (1976). Positive Addiction. New York: Harper and Row Publisher.
  • Hausenblas HA (2004). Relationship between exercise dependence symptoms and
  • personality. Personality and Individual Differences.36: 6: 1265–127
  • Hausenblas HA, Downs DS (2002). Exercise Dependence: A Systematic Review. Psychology
  • Sport and Exercise. 3: 89-123.
  • Hausenblas HA, Downs DS (2002b). How much is too much? The development and
  • validation of the Exercise Dependence Scale. Psychology & Health, 17: 387–404
  • Hausenblas HA , Giacobbi PR (2004). Personality and Individual Differences. Volume
  • :6:1265–1273
  • Kagan DM (1987). Addictive Personality Factors. Journal of Sport Medicine. 121: 553-538
  • Klein DA, Bennett AS, Schebendach J, Foltin RW, Devlin MJ, Walsh BT (2004). Exercise
  • “addiction” in anorexia nervosa: Model development and pilot data. Cns Spectrums, 9, 531–
  • Lejoyeux M , Avril M, Richoux C, Embouazza H, Nivoli F (2008). Prevalence of exercise
  • dependence and other behavioral addictions among clients of a Parisian fitness room.
  • Comprehensive Psychiatry, 49:4: 353–358
  • Mónok K, Berczik K, Urbán R, Szabó A, Griffiths MD, Farkas J, Magi A, Eisinger A,
  • Kurimay T, Kökönyei G, Kun B, Paksi B, Demetrovics Z (2012). Psychometric properties
  • and concurrent validity of two exercise addiction measures: A population wide study in
  • Hungary. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 739–746.
  • Vardar E, Vardar SA, Toksöz İ, Süt N (2012). Exercise dependence and evaluations of
  • psychopathological features. Düşünen Adam the Journal of Psychiatry and Neurological
  • Sciences, 25:1:51-57
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  • Petruccelli F, Bria P, Janiri L, Conte G (2011). Behavioural addictions in adolescents and
  • young adults: Results from a prevalence study. Journal of Gambling Studies, 27, 203–214
  • Yeltepe H, İkizler C (2007), Egzersiz Bağımlılığı Ölçeği – 21’in Türkçe Geçerlilik ve
  • Güvenilirlik Çalışması, Bağımlılık Dergisi, 8: 1:29-35
  • Zmijewski CF, Howard M (2003). Exercise dependence and attitudes toward eating among
  • young adults. Eating Behaviors, 4: 2: 181–195

Field : Sport Sciences, Exercise Psychology Type : Reserach Article

Yıl 2016, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 68 - 75, 26.03.2016

Öz

Kaynakça

  • Adams J, Kirkby RJ, (2002). Excessive Exercise as an Addiction: A Review. Addiction
  • Research and Theory. 10: 415-437.
  • Adams J, Miller TW, Kraus R (2003). Exercise dependence: Diagnostic and therapeutic
  • issues for patients in psychotherapy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 33, 93–107.
  • Adams JMM (2001) Examining Exercise Dependence: The Development, Validation and
  • Administration of the Exercise Behavior Survey with Runners, Walkers, Swimmers and
  • Cyclists. Master Thesis, Kentucky.
  • Allegre B, Therme P, Griffiths M (2007). Individual Factors and the Context of Physical
  • Activity in Exercise Dependence: A Prospective Study of ‘Ultra-Marathoners’ . Int J Ment
  • Health Addiction. 5:233–243
  • Bavlı Ö, Işık S, Canpolat O, Aksoy A, Günar BB, Gültekin K, Katra H, Uzun M, Ödemiş M
  • (2015). Investigation the Exercise Dependence Symptomps among Dancers. International
  • Journal of Sport, Exercise and Training Sciences.1: 2:120-124
  • Bavlı Ö, Kozanoğlu M, Doğanay A (2011) Investigation the Effects of Participation Regular
  • Exercise on Exercise Dependence. Selcuk University Journal of Physical Education and Sport
  • Sciences,13(2): 150–153
  • Berczik K, Szabó A, Griffiths MD, Kurimay T, Kun B, Urbán R, Demetrovics Z (2012).
  • Exercise addiction: Symptoms, diagnosis, epidemiology, and etiology. Substance Use &
  • Misuse, 47, 403–417.
  • Cook CA (1996). The psychological correlates of exercise dependence in aerobics instructors.
  • Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada.
  • Costa S, Cuzzocrea F, Hausenblas HA, Larcan R, Oliva P (2012). Psychometric examination
  • and factorial validity of the Exercise Dependence Scale-Revised in Italian exercisers. Journal
  • of Behavioral Addictions, 1, 186–190.
  • Costa S, Hausenblas HA, Olıva P, Cuzzocrea F, Larcan R (2013). The role of age, gender,
  • mood states and exercise frequency on exercise dependence. Journal of Behavioral
  • Addictions. 2:4: 216–223
  • Furst DM, Germone K (1993). Negative addiction in male and female runners and exercisers.
  • Perceptual and Motor Skills, 77: 192–194.
  • Glasser W (1976). Positive Addiction. New York: Harper and Row Publisher.
  • Hausenblas HA (2004). Relationship between exercise dependence symptoms and
  • personality. Personality and Individual Differences.36: 6: 1265–127
  • Hausenblas HA, Downs DS (2002). Exercise Dependence: A Systematic Review. Psychology
  • Sport and Exercise. 3: 89-123.
  • Hausenblas HA, Downs DS (2002b). How much is too much? The development and
  • validation of the Exercise Dependence Scale. Psychology & Health, 17: 387–404
  • Hausenblas HA , Giacobbi PR (2004). Personality and Individual Differences. Volume
  • :6:1265–1273
  • Kagan DM (1987). Addictive Personality Factors. Journal of Sport Medicine. 121: 553-538
  • Klein DA, Bennett AS, Schebendach J, Foltin RW, Devlin MJ, Walsh BT (2004). Exercise
  • “addiction” in anorexia nervosa: Model development and pilot data. Cns Spectrums, 9, 531–
  • Lejoyeux M , Avril M, Richoux C, Embouazza H, Nivoli F (2008). Prevalence of exercise
  • dependence and other behavioral addictions among clients of a Parisian fitness room.
  • Comprehensive Psychiatry, 49:4: 353–358
  • Mónok K, Berczik K, Urbán R, Szabó A, Griffiths MD, Farkas J, Magi A, Eisinger A,
  • Kurimay T, Kökönyei G, Kun B, Paksi B, Demetrovics Z (2012). Psychometric properties
  • and concurrent validity of two exercise addiction measures: A population wide study in
  • Hungary. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 739–746.
  • Vardar E, Vardar SA, Toksöz İ, Süt N (2012). Exercise dependence and evaluations of
  • psychopathological features. Düşünen Adam the Journal of Psychiatry and Neurological
  • Sciences, 25:1:51-57
  • Villella C, Martinotti G, Di Nicola M, Cassano M, La Torre G, Gliubizzi MD, Messeri I,
  • Petruccelli F, Bria P, Janiri L, Conte G (2011). Behavioural addictions in adolescents and
  • young adults: Results from a prevalence study. Journal of Gambling Studies, 27, 203–214
  • Yeltepe H, İkizler C (2007), Egzersiz Bağımlılığı Ölçeği – 21’in Türkçe Geçerlilik ve
  • Güvenilirlik Çalışması, Bağımlılık Dergisi, 8: 1:29-35
  • Zmijewski CF, Howard M (2003). Exercise dependence and attitudes toward eating among
  • young adults. Eating Behaviors, 4: 2: 181–195

Ayrıntılar

Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

İrem UZ Bu kişi benim


Özhan BAVLI

Yayımlanma Tarihi 26 Mart 2016
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2016, Cilt 4, Sayı 1

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Bibtex @ { intjscs264377, journal = {International Journal of Sport Culture and Science}, issn = {2148-1148}, address = {}, publisher = {Uluslararası Bilim Kültür ve Spor Derneği (UBİKS)}, year = {2016}, volume = {4}, pages = {68 - 75}, doi = {}, title = {Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?}, key = {cite}, author = {Uz, İrem and Bavlı, Özhan} }
APA Uz, İ. & Bavlı, Ö. (2016). Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries? . International Journal of Sport Culture and Science , 4 (1) , 68-75 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/intjscs/issue/25040/264377
MLA Uz, İ. , Bavlı, Ö. "Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?" . International Journal of Sport Culture and Science 4 (2016 ): 68-75 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/intjscs/issue/25040/264377>
Chicago Uz, İ. , Bavlı, Ö. "Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?". International Journal of Sport Culture and Science 4 (2016 ): 68-75
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ISNAD Uz, İrem , Bavlı, Özhan . "Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?". International Journal of Sport Culture and Science 4 / 1 (Mart 2016): 68-75 .
AMA Uz İ. , Bavlı Ö. Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?. IntJSCS. 2016; 4(1): 68-75.
Vancouver Uz İ. , Bavlı Ö. Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?. International Journal of Sport Culture and Science. 2016; 4(1): 68-75.
IEEE İ. Uz ve Ö. Bavlı , "Do Regular Exercises Cause Exercise Dependence Symptom on Sedentaries?", International Journal of Sport Culture and Science, c. 4, sayı. 1, ss. 68-75, Mar. 2016
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