The purpose of this study was to examine physical activ-ity counseling and program preferences in a sample of adults with type 2 diabetes. Specifically, the objectives were to determine physical activity preferences (objec-tive 1), and whether there were any significant differ-ences between age and/or sex groups for these preferences (objective 1a). A subsidiary objective was to explore potential associations of key social-cognitive constructs (ie, self-efficacy and social support) with physical activ-ity preferences (objective 2). Methods This exploratory study consisted of a quantitative, sec-ondary analysis of survey data from a national sample of adults with type 2 diabetes (N = 244). A qualitative fol-low-up employing telephone interviews was conducte
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