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Exercise and its mediating effects on cognition

Exercise and its mediating effects on cognition

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Published by Human Kinetics in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition -- Effect of exercise on,
  • Exercise -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-273) and index.

    StatementWaneen W. Spirduso, Leonard W. Poon, Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, editors.
    SeriesAging, exercise, and cognition series -- v. 2
    ContributionsSpirduso, Waneen Wyrick., Poon, Leonard W., 1942-, Chodzko-Zajko, Wojtek J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF311 .E878 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 288 p. ;
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18291314M
    ISBN 100736057862
    ISBN 109780736057868
    LC Control Number2007021385

      Interestingly, mindfulness meditation had its effects not on pain intensity, but on perceived pain control—not how much pain the person physically felt, but .   Sympathetic Nervous System Mediation of Acute Exercise Effects on Childhood Brain and Cognition. system are a potential mechanism for explaining the acute effect of exercise on brain and cognition. Accordingly, the aim of this study is to examine the mechanisms linking acute aerobic exercise to improved cognitive control as well as the.

    Poverty detrimentally impacts child executive function (EF), a subset of cognitive abilities implicated in reading and other achievement outcomes. Consequently, research has focused on understanding explanatory and mediating mechanisms in this association. This research, however, has mainly involved populations from Western, high-income countries. Future studies should examine the interactive effects of sleep and chronic exercise on cognitive function, and whether BG volume might also mediate this interaction. Show more. Keywords: Sleep, acute exercise, caudate, basal ganglia, mediation, older adults, the Stroop task, executive function. DOI: /BPL

    10 Minute Guided Body Scan Meditation from The Meditation Coach: This is another guided meditation focusing on the body scan, though it is only 10 minutes long. If the above mindfulness meditation video seems too long for you to try, give this one a listen. Mindfulness Meditation – Guided 10 Minutes: This is a minute guided meditation from a group called The Honest Guys.   “Overall research findings support positive effects of cognitive and physical activity, social engagement, and therapeutic nutrition in optimizing cognitive aging,” wrote the authors of a literature review published in the Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.. The following are eight evidence-based lifestyle interventions that not only stave off cognitive decline but.


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Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognition is the second of a three-volume series in Human Kinetics' Aging, Exercise, and Cognition series, which presents advanced research and key issues for understanding and researching the links between exercise, aging, and cognition.

In Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognition, internationally Format: Hardcover. The book's review of research will update and expand current thinking on pertinent issues regarding the relationship between exercise and research presented in Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognition is organized within a general model that illustrates the interrelationships of exercise and physical activity and the.

Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognition is the second of a three-volume series in Human Kinetics' Aging, Exercise, and Cognition series, which presents advanced research and key issues for understanding and researching the links between exercise, aging, and cognition.3/5(1).

Get this from a library. Exercise and its mediating effects on cognition. [Waneen Wyrick Spirduso; Leonard W Poon; Wojtek J Chodzko-Zajko;] -- This title seeks to expand on reader's understanding by examining whether and how physical activity could indirectly affect cognitive function by influencing mediators that provide physical and.

Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognitionexamines how physical activity can indirectly affect cognitive function by influencing mediators—such as sleep quality, nutrition, disease states, anxiety, and depression—that affect physical and mental resources for cognition.

This volume also identifies and studies key sources of individual. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages cm.

Contents: Using resources and reserves in an exercise-cognition model / Waneen W. Spirduso, Leonard W. Poon, and Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko --Interrelationships of exercise, mediator variables, and cognition / Jennifer Etnier --Exercise, depression, and cognition / John B.

Bartholomew and Joseph T. Ciccolo --Exercise. Book review: Exercise and its Mediating Effects on Cognition. Aging, Exercise and Cognition Series Article in American Journal of Human Biology 20(5) September with 14 Reads. Evaluating the effects of exercise on cognitive functioning, though, is complex, particularly when conducting meta-analyses or systematic reviews in which studies have different sampling.

Exercise and Its Mediating Effects on Cognition Waneen W. Spirduso, EdD University of Texas at Austin Leonard W. Poon, PhD University of Georgia Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko, PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign EDITORS Human Kinetics. Effect of weight loss, exercise, or both on cognition and quality of life in obese older adults–.

The American journal of clinical nutrition, (1), 9. Title:The Mediating Effect of Different Exercise Programs on the Immune Profile of Frail Older Women with Cognitive Impairment VOLUME: 26 ISSUE: 9 Author(s):Furtado G.

Eustáquio*, Chupel M. Uba, Minuzzi L. Guerra, Rama Luis, Colado J. Carlos, Hogervorst Eef, Ferreira J. Pedro and Teixeira A. Maria* Affiliation:Research Center for Sport and Physical Activity, CIDAF (UID/PTD// Assessing the effects of exercise and nutrition on cognitive performance Nutrition, exercise and cognitive performance Micronutrients, exercise and cognitive performance Nutritional ergogenic aids and cognitive performance Integration of research observations Challenges in research   Although yoga-cognition has emerged as a topical area in the field of exercise neuroscience, the studies are preliminary and lack the rigorous methodology that is applied in the exercise-cognition literature.

Sample sizes for yoga studies have ranged from 4 to participants and a majority of the work has been cross-sectional in nature. However, the main difference was in considering mediating effects.

By adding executive function, the physical fitness-academic achievement relationship dropped completely, showing a complete mediating effect of executive function.

Model 2 in this study, however, only found a partial mediating effect of cognition. This book provides a comprehensive overview of cognitive enhancement, the use of different substances and actions (e.g., meditation, video game, smart drugs, food supplements, nutrition, brain stimulation, neurofeedback, physical exercise, music, or cognitive training) to enhance human perception, attention, memory, cognitive control, and action in healthy individuals.

Beneficial Effects of Physical Exercise on Neuroplasticity and Cognition Neurosci Biobehav Rev. Nov;37(9 Pt B) angiogenesis and the release of neurotrophins as neural mechanisms mediating beneficial cognitive effects of physical exercise.

This review summarizes behavioral consequences and neural correlates at the system level. Specifically, nonadherence to the physical exercise plan (during the last 7 days) is the variable that confirms the mediating effect of social support (β = ; p. The main positive effects suggested for exercise are less cognitive and behavioral impairment or decline, development of health-associated conditions (stress, sleep), reduction of dementia risk.

So, she launched a pilot project in which adults with diabetes and depression undertook a week exercise and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention program (Diabetes, ). Immediately following the program, the participants who exercised showed improvements both in depression and in levels of A1C, a blood marker that reflects blood.

Aging, Exercise, and Cognition Series Package: Medicine & Health Science Books @. Physical Activity and the Aging Brain: Effects of Exercise on Neurological Function is a complete guide to the manifold effects of exercise and physical activity on the aging brain.

Cognitive decline and motor impairment, onset of diseases and disorders, and even changes in family structure and social settings that occur as we age can all impact activity levels, yet continued physical activity.Mediation Analysis.

A mediation analysis revealed that it was mood-induced variations in argument concreteness that mediated the observed differences in argument quality, consistent with the prediction that negative mood should recruit a more externally oriented, concrete, and accommodative processing style (Bless.

Convincing findings from animal and clinical studies have shown that exercise improves mood and cognition in addition to cardiovascular and metabolic benefits.

Exercise, with the greatest effects on the hippocampus, which has a central role in learning and memory, increases neurogenesis and synaptic plasticity. Although the exact molecular mechanisms responsible for the exercise .