These results provide the first experimental evidence that autobiographical memory activation can be an effective tool in motivating individuals to adopt healthier lifestyles,” researchers Mathew Biondolillo, a doctoral student in psychology at UNH, and David Pillemer, Dr. Samuel E. Paul Professor of Developmental Psychology at UNH wrote. The new research is presented in the recent http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm article “Using memories to motivate future behavior: An experimental exercise intervention,” in the journal Memory.
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Study supports benefits of exercise for older adults
European Command had been in the planning stages for Atlas Vision 2014, which was to take place in July in Chelyabinsk, in northeastern Russia, and focus on joint peace-keeping operations. But because of the crisis, “all planning for this exercise has been suspended,” he said. However, planning for Rapid Trident 2014 — a large, USAREUR-led multinational exercise scheduled for July — is ongoing, he said. That exercise, in Lviv, near the Polish border, is to “promote regional stability and security, strengthen partnership capacity, and foster trust while improving interoperability between USAREUR, the land forces of Ukraine, and other (NATO and partner) nations,” according to the USAEUR website. In addition to USAREUR troops, Rapid Trident 2014 will include units from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Canada, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania, the United Kingdom and Ukraine, Westover said.
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US Army to Proceed With Planned Ukraine Exercise
Related Police probe Randallstown shooting,… It’s well-known that exercise is crucial for good health no matter how old you are. “It’s important to walk every day. It makes a difference. It’s better than any pill,” said Mercy Medical Center’s Dr.
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