The Effects of Computerized Cognitive Training with and without Physical Exercise on Cognitive Function in Older Adults: An 8-week Randomized Controlled Trial.

@article{Brinke2019TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Computerized Cognitive Training with and without Physical Exercise on Cognitive Function in Older Adults: An 8-week Randomized Controlled Trial.},
  author={Lisanne F. ten Brinke and John R Best and Joey LC. Chan and Cheyenne Ghag and Kirk I. Erickson and Todd C. Handy and Teresa Liu-Ambrose},
  journal={The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND Aging is characterized by cognitive changes in specific domains, such as declines in memory and executive functions. Given the world's aging population, it is important to identify and evaluate strategies that promote healthy cognitive aging. Besides exercise, computerized cognitive training (CCT) is a promising approach to promote cognitive function. Moreover, a single bout of exercise immediately prior to CCT may provide additional cognitive benefits. METHODS An 8-week proof-of… CONTINUE READING
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