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Long-Term Effects of Resistance Exercise Training on Cognition and Brain Volume in Older Women: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial.
Aerobic exercise training has been shown to attenuate cognitive decline and reduce brain atrophy with advancing age. The extent to which resistance exercise training improves cognition and preventsExpand
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Measuring sleep quality in older adults: a comparison using subjective and objective methods
Sleep quality decreases with aging and thus sleep complaints are prevalent in older adults, particularly for those with cognitive impairment and dementia. For older adults, emerging evidence suggestsExpand
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An Evaluation of the Longitudinal, Bidirectional Associations Between Gait Speed and Cognition in Older Women and Men.
BACKGROUND Few cohort studies have examined longitudinal associations between age-related changes in cognition and physical performance. Further, whether these associations differ for men versusExpand
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Improvements to executive function during exercise training predict maintenance of physical activity over the following year
Previous studies have shown that exercise training benefits cognitive, neural, and physical health markers in older adults. It is likely that these positive effects will diminish if participantsExpand
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Impact of exercise training on physical and cognitive function among older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Exercise plays a key role in healthy aging by promoting both physical and cognitive function. Physical function and cognitive function appear to be interrelated and may share common mechanisms. Thus,Expand
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Cross‐Sectional Relationships of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior With Cognitive Function in Older Adults With Probable Mild Cognitive Impairment
Background Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) represents a transition between normal cognitive aging and dementia and may represent a critical time frame for promoting cognitive health throughExpand
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Long-term changes in time spent walking and subsequent cognitive and structural brain changes in older adults
Previous studies have shown that more active older adults have better cognition and brain health based on a variety of structural neuroimaging measures. Nevertheless, the effects of maintainingExpand
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Aerobic exercise and vascular cognitive impairment
Objective: To assess the efficacy of a progressive aerobic exercise training program on cognitive and everyday function among adults with mild subcortical ischemic vascular cognitive impairmentExpand
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Mobility and cognition are associated with wellbeing and health related quality of life among older adults: a cross-sectional analysis of the Vancouver Falls Prevention Cohort
BackgroundAscertaining individuals’ quality of life and wellbeing is essential in public health and clinical research. The impact of these two pressing geriatric syndromes – impaired mobility andExpand
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Longitudinal Analysis of Physical Performance, Functional Status, Physical Activity, and Mood in Relation to Executive Function in Older Adults Who Fall
To examine whether good executive function (EF; the cognitive processes important for goal‐oriented and controlled behavior) at baseline and maintenance of EF over time predict maintenance ofExpand
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