Does Online "Working Out Work" as a Treatment and Prevention for Depression in Older Adults?
|Abstract||RESEARCH QUESTION: Does Online "Working Out Work" as a Treatment and Prevention for Depression in Older Adults? An Analysis of a Prescribed and Monitored Exercise Program Administered via the Internet for Senior Adults with Depression.
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to investigate and access the effectiveness of an online prescribed and monitored exercise program for the treatment of depression in Older Adults. The Dependent Variable for the study is Depression. The Independent Variable for the study is the Effects of Exercise administered via the Internet and the population is geriatric adults defined as senior adults aged 50 and older. Depression is defined by Princeton University Scholars (Wordnet, 2006) as a mental st... (more)
|Contributor||Caballero-Garcia, Robelyn (Author) / Waldron, Kathleen (Thesis advisor) / College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Subject||Depression / Senior Adults / Aging / Gerontology / Geriatrics / Exercise / Online Fitness / Internet / Telehealth / e-Health / Bio-gerentology / Behavioral Health / Health|
|Type||Applied Capstone Project|
|Note||Applied Capstone Project for Master of Science in Aging and Lifespan Development 2011|
|Collaborating Institutions||ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|