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After either eating a candy har or walking briskly for 10 mm on 12 selected days, 18 volunteers made systematic self-ratings oftheir energy, tiredness, and tension feelings for a fixed 2-hr period each day in the context of their normal daily activities, The snacking or walking activity was randomly selected on each test day after completion of a pretest. Results indicated that walking was associated with higher self-rated energy and lowertension significantly more than was snacking. In thedoi:10.1037//0022-35188.8.131.52 pmid:3820066 fatcat:bdjbvpnwqzccvkge3xxcilvxxy