Ryan Rhodes, a professor of behavioral medicine at the University of Victoria in British Columbia who studies exercise intention and compliance answers - What’s the best way to create a habit of exercising? - for the New York Times blog Ask Well Read the full article at http://nyti.ms/1BOFQtL
You can help a UVic researcher find out what it takes to become a habitual exerciser by Patty Pitts New Year's resolutions to exercise more are as predictable as post-holiday leftovers, bloated credit card statements and pine needles embedded in the carpet. But while the joint goal of getting fit and losing weight is generally the most popular of resolutions, it is also the one most commonly broken.
Any parent with a computer in the house knows the warnings—keep the device in a central place, like a kitchen, so children can surf the internet under the supervision of an adult. But when portable tablets and easy wifi access took control away from parents (despite their best efforts) and gave it to very young users, University of Victoria educational psychology and leadership professor Jillian Roberts noticed a sudden shift when working clinically with children in the community as a registered psychologist.
Oct. 17, 2014 - Goldstream Gazzette profiles Carolyn Crippen's research with Ph.D. student David Nagel about servant leadership.