Zachary Zenko
TitleCited byYear
Can you have your vigorous exercise and enjoy it too? Ramping intensity down increases postexercise, remembered, and forecasted pleasure
Z Zenko, P Ekkekakis, D Ariely
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 38 (2), 149-159, 2016
492016
Escape from cognitivism: Exercise as hedonic experience
P Ekkekakis, Z Zenko
Sport and exercise psychology research, 389-414, 2016
292016
Changing minds: Bounded rationality and heuristic processes in exercise-related judgments and choices.
Z Zenko, P Ekkekakis, G Kavetsos
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 5 (4), 337, 2016
182016
Knowledge of exercise prescription guidelines among certified exercise professionals
Z Zenko, P Ekkekakis
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 29 (5), 1422-1432, 2015
152015
Exercise in obesity from the perspective of hedonic theory: a call for sweeping change in professional practice norms
P Ekkekakis, Z Zenko, KM Werstein
Applied Exercise Psychology, 289-315, 2017
72017
Measurement of affective responses to exercise: From “affectless arousal” to “the most well-characterized” relationship between the body and affect
P Ekkekakis, Z Zenko
Emotion measurement, 299-321, 2016
62016
Na´ve models of dietary splurges: Beliefs about caloric compensation and weight change following non-habitual overconsumption
JD O'Brien, RM Kahn, Z Zenko, JR Fernandez, D Ariely
Appetite 128, 321-332, 2018
42018
Comparison of affect-regulated, self-regulated, and heart-rate regulated exercise prescriptions: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Z Zenko, JD O'Brien, CJ Berman, D Ariely
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 32, 124-130, 2017
42017
Internal consistency and validity of measures of automatic exercise associations
Z Zenko, P Ekkekakis
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 43, 4-15, 2019
32019
Affect as a potential determinant of physical activity and exercise
P Ekkekakis, Z Zenko, MA Ladwig, ME Hartman
Affective Determinants of Health Behavior, 237, 2018
32018
Knowledge of Exercise Prescription Guidelines Across One 4-Year Kinesiology Curriculum
P Ekkekakis, MJ Albee, Z Zenko
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 87 (1), 124-130, 2016
22016
Do exercisers maximize their pleasure by default? Using prompts to enhance the affective experience of exercise
Z Zenko, R Kahn, C Berman, J Hutchinson, L Jones
Sport, exercise, and performance psychology, 2019
12019
Proportion of Adults Meeting the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans According to Accelerometers
Z Zenko, EA Willis, DA White
Frontiers in public health 7, 2019
12019
Moving Sport and Exercise Science Forward: A Call for the Adoption of More Transparent Research Practices
AR Caldwell, A Vigotsky, G Nuckols, I Boardley, J Schmidt, M Tenan, ...
SportRxiv, 2019
12019
23 Exercise in Obesity From the Perspective of Hedonic Theory
P Ekkekakis, Z Zenko, KM Werstein
12013
Critical Review of Measurement Practices in the Study of Automatic Associations of Sedentary Behavior, Physical Activity, and Exercise
Z Zenko, P Ekkekakis
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 41 (5), 271-288, 2019
2019
People Underestimate the Intensity of Walking and Other Moderate-Intensity Physical Activities: Potential Implications for Behavior
Z Zenko, J O'Brien
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 41, S91-S91, 2019
2019
The Limits of Cognitive Reappraisal: Changing Pain Valence, but not Persistence, during a Resistance Exercise Task
CJ Berman, JD O’Brien, Z Zenko, D Ariely
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (19), 3739, 2019
2019
Effect of Fed State on Self-selected Intensity and Affective Responses to Exercise Following Public Health Recommendations
R Rhodewalt, B SAUR, K LARGENT, TA ASTORINO, Z Zenko, ...
International journal of exercise science 12 (2), 602, 2019
2019
Decrease the intensity, increase the pleasure and enjoyment: Findings from a resistance training experiment
Z Zenko, J Hutchinson
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 40, S6-S7, 2018
2018
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