PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
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
The Effects of Acute Exercise on Mood,Cognition, Neurophysiology, and Neurochemical Pathways: A Review (2017)
|| Basso, J.C., Suzuki, W.A. || Brain Plasticity 2 (2016/2017), 127-152.
Download PDF: Basso, Suzuki, 2017
BASSO SFN 2015
Examining the effects of long-term high-intensity aerobic training on behaviors associated with the prefrontal cortex, hippocampus and striatum.
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.
SHANG SFN 2013
The effects of acute aerobic exercise on memory and cognition in healthy young adults.