Delayed voluntary exercise does not enhance cognitive performance after hippocampal injury: an investigation of differentially distributed exercise protocols

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Voluntary exercise has previously been shown to enhance cognitive recovery after acquired brain injury (ABI). The present study evaluated effects of two differentially distributed protocols of delayed, voluntary exercise on cognitive recovery using an allocentric place learning task in an 8-arm radial maze. Fifty-four Wistar rats were subjected to either… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wogensen2016DelayedVE, title={Delayed voluntary exercise does not enhance cognitive performance after hippocampal injury: an investigation of differentially distributed exercise protocols}, author={Elise Wogensen and Marie Gajhede Gram and Jens Bak Sommer and Christina Rytter Vilsen and Jesper Mogensen and H. Mala}, booktitle={Journal of exercise rehabilitation}, year={2016} }