Aug 07, 2019

Effects of Physical Activity on Children’s Executive Function: Contributions of Experimental Research on Aerobic Exercise

Executive function refers to the cognitive processes necessary for goal-directed cognition and behavior, which develop across childhood and adolescence. Recent experimental research indicates that both acute and chronic aerobic exercise promote children’s ...

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