Erratum to: The impacts of coordinative exercise on executive function in kindergarten children: an ERP study

@article{Chang2012ErratumTT,
  title={Erratum to: The impacts of coordinative exercise on executive function in kindergarten children: an ERP study},
  author={Yu-Kai Chang and Yu-Jung Tsai and Tai-Ting Chen and Tsung-Min Hung},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={228},
  pages={255-255}
}
This study examined the behavioral and neuroelectrical impacts of a coordinative exercise intervention with different exercise intensities on executive function in kindergarten children. Participants underwent the Eriksen flanker test before and after an exercise program that involved 35-min sessions twice per week for 8 weeks, with either low or moderate intensity. Our findings revealed that exercise intervention, regardless of intensity, resulted in shorter reaction times and higher response… CONTINUE READING
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