THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXTROVERSION AND LEISURE MOTIVATION: EVIDENCE FROM FITNESS CENTER PARTICIPATION
In this study the relationship between extroversion and leisure motivation in Taiwanese fitness center members was examined. A systematic sampling (one out of ten entering the fitness center) produced 424 usable questionnaires for the final data analysis. The findings reveal that extroversion is positively correlated with the four leisure motivation dimensions: Intellectual, Social, Competence-mastery and Stimulus-avoidance. We therefore conclude that extroverts will be highly motivated to attend fitness centers.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-01-01
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