Superior Sensory, Motor, and Cognitive Performance in Elderly Individuals with Multi-Year Dancing Activities

@inproceedings{Kattenstroth2010SuperiorSM,
  title={Superior Sensory, Motor, and Cognitive Performance in Elderly Individuals with Multi-Year Dancing Activities},
  author={Jan-Christoph Kattenstroth and Izabella Kolankowska and Tobias Kalisch and Hubert R. Dinse},
  booktitle={Front. Ag. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
Aging is associated with a progressive decline of mental and physical abilities. Considering the current demographic changes in many civilizations there is an urgent need for measures permitting an independent lifestyle into old age. The critical role of physical exercise in mediating and maintaining physical and mental fitness is well-acknowledged. Dance, in addition to physical activity, combines emotions, social interaction, sensory stimulation, motor coordination and music, thereby creating… CONTINUE READING
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