The locus of age x health-related physical fitness interactions in serial choice responding as a function of task complexity: central processing or motor function?

  • David Bunce
  • Published 2001 in Experimental aging research

Abstract

The extent to which health-related physical fitness (HRF) attenuates age differences in psychomotor speed as a function of task complexity was examined in a sample of 48 men. Physiological measures were used to assign participants to fitness group (n1-4- = 12): young less fit (mean age = 25.83 years), young fitter (mean age = 25.08 years), old less fit… (More)

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@article{Bunce2001TheLO, title={The locus of age x health-related physical fitness interactions in serial choice responding as a function of task complexity: central processing or motor function?}, author={David Bunce}, journal={Experimental aging research}, year={2001}, volume={27 1}, pages={103-22} }