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Several studies have researched exercise addiction using the EAI in distinct population samples and the prevalence of exercise addiction risk and/or the relationship of this on different physical and mental health variables (Cunningham, Pearman, & Brewerton, 2016; De la Vega, Parastatidou, Ruiz-Barquin & Szabo, 2016; Li, Nie & Ren, 2015; Lichtenstein, Andries, Hansen, Frystyk & Stoving, 2015; Lichtenstein, Christiansen, Elklit, Bilenberg & Stoving, 2014; Lichtenstein & Jensen, 2016; Maraz, Urban, Griffiths & Demetrovics, 2015; Mayolas-Pi et al., 2017; Monok et al., 2012; Sicilia et al., 2013; Szabo, De la Vega, Ruiz-Barquin & Rivera, 2013; Weinstein, Maayan & Weinstein, 2015).
More recently, multidimensional models have been developed that liken exercise addiction to substance addiction and, consequently, exercise addiction has been defined as a set of varied symptoms (Freimuth, Moniz, & Kim, 2011; Hausenblas & Symons-Downs, 2002b).
(2003).The influence of self-reported exercise addiction on acute emotional and physiological responses to brief exercise deprivation.
Steinberg (Eds.), Exercise Addiction: Motivation fir Participation in sport and Exercise.
Exercise addiction is not just another term for overtraining syndrome.
Physiological and psychological effects of short-term exercise addiction on habitual runners.
En la actualidad, para evaluar los problemas con la adiccion al ejercicio se dispone de pruebas generales como son The Obligatory Exercise Questionnaire (OEQ) de Pasman y Thompson (1988); The Exercise Dependence Questionnaire (EDQ) de Ogden, Vaele y Summers (1997); The Exercise Dependence Scale (EDS) de Hausenblas y Downs (2002a, 2002b); The Exercise Commitment Survey (ECS) de Garman, Hayduk, Crider y Hodel (2004); The Exercise Addiction Inventory (EAI) de Terry, Szabo y Griffiths (2004) y The Exercise Dependence Scale-Revised (EDS-R) de Downs, Hausenblas y Nigg (2004) traducida y adaptada al castellano por Sicilia y Gonzalez-Cutre (2011).
ACTRESS Terri Dwyer found fame T on Channel 4's Hollyoaks, but she says her exercise addiction at one time threatened to spiral out of control.
Exercise addiction in women may be linked to manic personalities, according to new research.