Non-Exercise Estimated Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Associations with Brain Structure, Cognition, and Memory Complaints in Older Adults.

@article{McAuley2011NonExerciseEC,
  title={Non-Exercise Estimated Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Associations with Brain Structure, Cognition, and Memory Complaints in Older Adults.},
  author={Edward McAuley and Amanda N. Szabo and Emily L Mailey and Kirk I. Erickson and Michelle W. Voss and Siobhan M. White and Thomas R W{\'o}jcicki and Neha P. Gothe and Erin A. Olson and Sean P Mullen and Arthur F. Kramer},
  journal={Mental health and physical activity},
  year={2011},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={5-11}
}
There is increasing evidence that cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) is associated with brain structure and function, and improvements in CRF through exercise training have been associated with neural and cognitive functioning in older adults. The objectives of this study were to validate the use of a non-exercise estimate of CRF, and to examine its association with cognitive function, brain structure and subjective memory complaints. Low active, older adults (N = 86; M age= 65.14) completed a… CONTINUE READING

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