EXERCISE

PEER REVIEW ARTICLES


EXERCISE

Acute Exercise Improves Prefrontal Cortex but not Hippocampal Function in Healthy Adults (2015)
|| Basso, J.C., Shang, A., Elman, M., Karmouta, R., Suzuki, W.A. || Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (2015), 21, 791–801.
Download PDF: Basso, et al., 2015

Enhancing Dentate Gyrus Function with Dietary Flavanols Improves Cognition in Older Adults (2014)
|| Brickman, A.M., Khan, U.A., Provenzano, F.A., Yeung, L.K., Suzuki, W.A., Schroeter, H., Wall, M., Sloan, R.P., Small, S.A. || Nature Neuroscience. vol 17, num 12.
Download PDF: Brickman, et al., 2014

Effects of Exercise and Self-Affirmation Intervention After Traumatic Brain Injury (2014)
|| Lee YSC, Ashman T.A., Shang A., and Suzuki W.A. || Lee YSC, Ashman TA, Shang A, and Suzuki WA
Download PDF: Suzuki and Baxter, 2009

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POSTERS


BASSO SFN 2015

Examining the effects of long-term high-intensity aerobic training on behaviors associated with the prefrontal cortex, hippocampus and striatum.
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BASSO SFN 2013

The effects of eight weeks of aerobic exercise with affirmations on learning, memory, cognition and mood in individuals with traumatic brain injury.
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SHANG SFN 2013

The effects of acute aerobic exercise on memory and cognition in healthy young adults.
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