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  • Verena Klusmann, Andrea W Evers, +4 authors Fernando C. Dimeo
  • Medicine
  • The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological…
  • 2010 (First Published: 1 June 2010)
  • BACKGROUND Several reports suggest beneficial impacts of either physical or mental activity on cognitive function in old age. However, the differential effects of complex mental and physicalContinue Reading
  • Andrea W Evers, Verena Klusmann, Jochen P. Ziegelmann, Ralf Schwarzer, Isabella Heuser
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychology & health
  • 2012 (First Published: 1 July 2012)
  • OBJECTIVE This study investigated the role of coping plans and the use of selection, optimisation and compensation (SOC) strategies within an experimental evaluation of a 26-week physical exerciseContinue Reading
  • Dirk Barnewitz, Andrea W Evers, Joan Zimmermann, Insa Wilke, Christian Kaps, Michael Sittinger
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Berliner und Munchener tierarztliche…
  • 2003
  • Degenerative alterations in fetlock joints of the forelimb are common diagnoses for horses. The hyaline cartilage has a low capacity to regenerate and the treatment by veterinarians is oftenContinue Reading
  • Andrea W Evers, Verena Klusmann, Ralf Schwarzer, Isabella Heuser
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • British journal of health psychology
  • 2012 (First Published: 1 September 2012)
  • OBJECTIVE Adherence to behavioural intervention programmes is a necessary condition for beneficial outcomes to be achieved. This study tested whether social cognitive variables and coping plansContinue Reading
  • Verena Klusmann, Andrea W Evers, Ralf Schwarzer, Isabella Heuser
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychology, development, and cognition…
  • 2011 (First Published: 4 May 2011)
  • In this study we addressed the subjective benefits of activity interventions that were designed to improve cognitive fitness in old age. Two hundred and fifty-nine women (aged 70-93 years) wereContinue Reading