Clinical and Experimental Psychology

Trevor Archer

Trevor Archer

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    Physical Exercise as an Epigenetic Factor Determining Behavioral Outcomes
    Author(s): Trevor ArcherTrevor Archer

    The science of behavior has been afforded much fuel for advancement of notions of lifespan development through the emerging observations of (i) physical exercise as an intervention for disease states and health assurances  and (ii) epigenetics as the biological avenues determining whether or not individuals well-being or illbeing . Any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness implies the involvement of regular and frequent exercise have defined exercise as a planned, structured physical activity with the purpose of improving one or more aspects of physical fitness and functional capacity. Epigenetics may be defined as the study of heritable phenotypic expressions resulting from changes in a chromosome without alterations in the DNA sequence. It has been applied in developmental psychology  to examine psychobiological development emerging from an ongoing, b.. View More»

    DOI: 10.4172/2471-2701.1000e101

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