Classroom-Based Physical Activity Breaks and Children's Attention: Cognitive Engagement Works!

Abstract

Classroom-based physical activity breaks are postulated to positively impact children's attention during their school day. However, empirical evidence for this claim is scarce and the role of cognitive engagement in enhancing children's attentional performance is unexplored in studies on physical activity breaks. The aim of the present study was therefore… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01474

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