The effects of a mid-morning bout of exercise on adolescents' cognitive function

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Cooper, SB; Bandelow, S; Nute, ML; Morris, JG; Nevill, ME;
(2012)

The aim of the present study was to examine the effects of a mid-morning bout of exercise on adolescents’ cognitive function in a randomised crossover design where each participant completed two experimental trials. Forty-five adolescents (13.3±0.3 years old), undertook... View more
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