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Executive function performance in young adults when cycling at an active workstation: an fNIRS study

Lifestyle Disease
T Huang et al.
Used Parameters : PBF

Publication Year : 2019

Country : China

Journal : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Background: This study aimed to investigate the effects of self-paced cycling at an active workstation on executive functions and cortical activity. Methods: In a crossover study design, 37 young adults (45.9% females) were randomly assigned to the following two task conditions:(1) performing cognitive tests during sitting,(2) performing cognitive tests while cycling at an active workstation. Executive functions were assessed by the Stroop color and word test and the task-switching paradigm. Cortical activity was monitored using a multi …
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