The relationship of age and cardiovascular fitness to cognitive and motor processes.

  title={The relationship of age and cardiovascular fitness to cognitive and motor processes.},
  author={Charles H. Hillman and Edward P. Weiss and James M Hagberg and Bradley D. Hatfield},
  volume={39 3},
Older and younger aerobically trained and sedentary adults participated in an S1-S2-S3 paradigm designed to elicit event-related potential (ERP) and behavioral responses to determine the influence of cardiovascular fitness on cognitive and motor processes. The paradigm provided warning (S1) as to the difficulty level of an upcoming decision task (S2). Participants had to decide the taller of two bars on presentation of S2 but hold their response until S3, to which they indicated their choice… CONTINUE READING

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