Measurable benefits on brain activity from the practice of educational leisure

Abstract

UNLABELLED Even if behavioral studies relate leisure practices to the preservation of memory in old persons, there is unsubstantial evidence of the import of leisure on brain activity. AIM This study was to compare the brain activity of elderly retired people who engage in different types of leisure activities. METHODS Quasi-experimental study over a… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnagi.2014.00040

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