Measurable benefits on brain activity from the practice of educational leisure

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Requena, Carmen; López, Verónica;

Even if behavioral studies relate leisure practices to the preservation of memory in old persons, there is unsubstantial evidence of the import of leisure on brain activity. Aim: This study was to compare the brain activity of elderly retired people who engage in dif... View more
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