The Effect of Three Months of Aerobic Training on Stroop Performance in Older Adults

@inproceedings{Predovan2012TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Three Months of Aerobic Training on Stroop
Performance in Older Adults},
  author={David Predovan and Sarah Anne Fraser and M{\'e}lanie Renaud and Louis Bherer},
  booktitle={Journal of aging research},
  year={2012}
}
Growing evidence supports the use of physical training interventions to improve both physical and cognitive performances in healthy older adults. Few studies have examined the impact of aerobic exercise on Stroop task performance, a measure of executive functions. In the current 3-month aerobic training study, 50 older adults (mean age = 67.96 ± 6.25 years) were randomly assigned to either a three-month physical training group or to a control group (waiting list). Training sessions were 3 times… CONTINUE READING
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