Moving fast,thinking fast:The relations of physical activity levels and bouts to neuroelectric indices of inhibitory control in preadolescents

摘  要:Background:Structured vigorous physical activity(VPA)can improve cognitive control in children,but studies relating daily physical activity(PA)to co...>>详细

【作  者】Dominika M.Pindus[1] Eric S.Drollette[2] Lauren B.Raine[3] Shih-Chun Kao[4] Naiman Khan[1] Daniel R.Westfall[3] Morgan Hamill[3] Rebecca Shorin[3] Emily Calobrisi[3] Dinesh John[5] Arthur F.Kramer[3] Charles H.Hillman[3,6]

【作者单位】[1]Department of Kinesiology and Community Health,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,Urbana,IL 61801,USA [2]School of Health and Human Sciences,University of North Carolina Greensboro,Greensboro,NC 6170,USA [3]Department of Psychology,Northeastern University,Boston,MA 02115,USA [4]Department of Health and Kinesiology,Purdue University,West Lafayette,IN 47907,USA [5]Department of Health Sciences,Northeastern University,Boston,MA 02115,USA [6]Department of Physical Therapy,Movement,&Rehabilitation Sciences,Northeastern University,Boston,MA 02115,USA 

【期  刊】《运动与健康科学:英文版》 2019年第4期301-314,共14页

【关 键 词】Accelerometry Bouts Children ERPs Inhibitory control P3 Physical activity 

【基金项目】National Institute of Child Health and Human Development(NICHD RO1 HD069381)(to CHH and AFK);National Institute of Food and Agriculture,U.S.Department of Agriculture(2011-67001-30101);University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Abbott Nutrition through the Center for Nutrition,Learning,and Memory(ANGC1204)(to CHH and NAK).

【分 类 号】G8

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