A similar process was used for the RERT group during an adventure activity, climbing an artificial rock wall.
Only 4% of the RERT treatment group reported feelings of boredom.
Another benefit of the RERT intervention should be considered in light of the literature on adventure and challenge.
Intrinsic motivation is linked to another important finding in this study, the participants self-reported having fun and enjoying the activities provided in the RERT group.
Based on the variety of benefits attributed to participation in adventure activities, as well as the information available regarding the power of intrinsic motivation and the therapeutic potential of enjoyment, it seems reasonable that participants will receive additional benefits by participating in RERT type interventions rather than more traditional REE type programs.