(Middle Tennessee State University, 2002)
Roberts, Thomas; HPERS
The purpose of this investigation was to identify the relationship between average weekly caloric expenditure via exercise during a three-month period and final written exam scores of college students in health/fitness physical education classes at North Carolina State University. Participants were 166 male and female college students between the ages of 18 and 43 years. Co-variables in the study were gender, age, race, grade point average (GPA), cardiovascular fitness level, year in school, class instructor, body mass index (BMI), percent body fat, grading option (GDO), and the interaction effects of (GDO x GPA), (GDO x BMI), (GDO x kcalavg), and (kcalavg x kcalavg).