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The Role of Anthropogenic Elements in the Environment for Affective States and Cortisol Concentration in Mountain Hiking-A Crossover Trial.
Niedermeier, M; Grafetstätter, C; Kopp, M; Huber, D; Mayr, M; Pichler, C; Hartl, A;
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019; 16(2):
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Grafetstätter Carina
Hartl Arnulf Josef
Huber Daniela
Niedermeier Martin
Pichler Christina


0.13. The present results indicate that anthropogenic elements have a minor role in the influence on affective states and salivary cortisol concentration during mountain hiking. It is concluded that a single bout of mountain hiking independent of anthropogenic elements in the environment is effective in influencing affective states positively.

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