Exercise mediates the effect of job control on body mass index (BMI)

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Alyssa Bardin, who recently received her B.S. from the School of Psychology, here presents her thesis with assistant professor Keaton Fletcher. Previous research has examined how job control impacts either health behaviors or outcomes. This study examines the interaction of job control and job demands on body mass index (BMI) as mediated by exercise to test the physical activity mediated Demand-Control model (pamDC).

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College of Sciences, School of Psychology, Alyssa Bardin, Keaton Fletcher, job control, exercise, body mass index, BMI
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