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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (12) : 1777-1787     DOI:
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The Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function in Older Adults
BAI Rong;FAN Hui-Yong;ZHANG Jin-Fu
(1 Research Institute for Education and Psychology of Southwestern Ethnic Groups, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715,China)
(2 School of Education and Physical Education, Bohai University, Jinzhou 121013, China)
(3 School of Psychology, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China)
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Abstract  How to preserve or improve cognitive function in later life and slow down the process of aging effectively has become an important public health goal. A great deal of research indicated that the different types, intensity and volume of physical activity and the midlife physical activity had influenced on cognition of older adults positively, such as executive function, attention, process speed, memory and so on. In addition, the selectively improvement hypothesis, cardiovascular fitness hypothesis and physical activity/exercise-cognition model were used to explain the mechanism of the effect. All these findings have great significance for the preservation of cognitive function and the improvement of life quality of older adults, and delayed aging effectively.
Keywords physical activity      cognitive function      older adults     
Corresponding Authors: ZHANG Jin-Fu   
Issue Date: 15 December 2011
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BAI Rong,FAN Hui-Yong,ZHANG Jin-Fu. The Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function in Older Adults[J]. , 2011, 19(12): 1777-1787.
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