Short-term exercise to exhaustion and its effects on cognitive function in young women.

@article{BueEstes2008ShorttermET,
  title={Short-term exercise to exhaustion and its effects on cognitive function in young women.},
  author={Christine Lo Bue-Estes and Barry Willer and Harold Burton and John Leddy and Gregory Wilding and Peter J. Horvath},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={2008},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={933-45}
}
This study examined whether (1) short-term maximal aerobic exercise to exhaustion affects Simple Reaction Time, Visual Spatial Memory, Continual Processing (attention), Code Substitution (short-term memory), and Working Memory over time and between groups and (2) exercise intensity and chronic aerobic activity in young healthy women affect cognitive performance. As women are an understudied population, cognitive function in apparently healthy active (n=9) and sedentary (n=9) 18- to 25-yr.-old… CONTINUE READING

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