Neuroelectric and behavioral indices of interference control during acute cycling

  title={Neuroelectric and behavioral indices of interference control during acute cycling},
  author={Matthew B. Pontifex and Charles H. Hillman},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
OBJECTIVE This study examined the effects of in-task, moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on neuroelectric and behavioral indices of interference control, one component of executive control. METHODS Forty-one participants completed a V O(2) max test to determine maximal heart rate (HR). On a separate day, event-related brain potentials and task performance were measured during the counterbalanced conditions of upright cycling at 60% of maximal HR and rest while performing congruent and… CONTINUE READING
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