Psychological Adaptation to Extreme Environments: Antarctica as a Space Analogue

  • Santiago P
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Abstract

, Establishing good health is a concern for many. In 2016, more than 57 million Americans held memberships at gym facilities [1]. Industry analysts estimated that health club revenues, in the year 2015, stood at $25.8 billion, in part due to the health goals held by patrons [2]. At any given point in time, more than 50% of women are dieting and almost 90% of teenagers report doing so regularly [3]. Yet, almost as common as possessing a health goal is the inability to successfully see it through. Currently, over two-thirds of Americans are either overweight or obese, and these numbers are rising.

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Santiago, P. (2018). Psychological Adaptation to Extreme Environments: Antarctica as a Space Analogue. Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal, 9(4). https://doi.org/10.19080/pbsij.2018.09.555768

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