Enhancing mental health: Effects of exercise on social well-being and social ill-being

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Enhancing mental health : Effects of exercise on social well-being and social ill-being. / Pels, Fabian; Kleinert, Jens Michael.

Exercise in Space: A holistic approach for the benefit of human health on Earth. ed. / Stefan Schneider. Cham : Springer, 2016. p. 63-91.

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Harvard

Pels, F & Kleinert, JM 2016, Enhancing mental health: Effects of exercise on social well-being and social ill-being. in S Schneider (ed.), Exercise in Space: A holistic approach for the benefit of human health on Earth. Springer, Cham, pp. 63-91.

APA

Pels, F., & Kleinert, J. M. (2016). Enhancing mental health: Effects of exercise on social well-being and social ill-being. In S. Schneider (Ed.), Exercise in Space: A holistic approach for the benefit of human health on Earth (pp. 63-91). Springer.

Vancouver

Pels F, Kleinert JM. Enhancing mental health: Effects of exercise on social well-being and social ill-being. In Schneider S, editor, Exercise in Space: A holistic approach for the benefit of human health on Earth. Cham: Springer. 2016. p. 63-91

Bibtex

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