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Individuals with _______ are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change. A. a support group of friends and family B. an internal locus of control C. a persistent desire to help others D. a fear of failure
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Individuals with an internal locus of control are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change.
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Which one of the following statements about the contemplation stage of change is most accurate? A. The contemplation stage should take only a small portion of your time. B. The contemplation stage involves a period of trial and error. C. The contemplation stage should be spent vocalized to other individuals. D. The contemplation stage should include identifying motivational factors
Weegy: The most accurate statement is: D. The contemplation stage should include identifying motivational factors. User: The stage of change that involves the greatest commitment of time and energy is the _______ stage. A. contemplation B. preparation C. action D. maintenance (More)
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The stage of change that involves the greatest commitment of time and energy is the ACTION stage.
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The stage of change that involves the greatest commitment of time and energy is the _______ stage. A. contemplation B. preparation C. action D. maintenance
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The stage of change that involves the greatest commitment of time and energy is the action stage.
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The measurement of how long an exercise or group of exercises takes to complete is referred to as the _______ of the activity. A. frequency B. intensity C. time D. type
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The measurement of how long an exercise or group of exercises takes to complete is referred to as the TIME of the activity.
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It takes _______ days of combined heat exposure and exercise for your body to adapt to the heat. A. two B. three C. five to six D. seven to ten
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It takes SEVEN TO TEN days of combined heat exposure and exercise for your body to adapt to the heat.
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