“Aerobic Fitness and the Attentional Blink in Preadolescent Children” is the topic of a report of new research appearing this month in the journal Neuropsychology.
According to the report:
Given the growing concern that children in today’s industrialized and technologically advanced society are becoming more sedentary and less fit, a greater understanding of the extent to which aerobic fitness relates to brain health and cognition during development is of increasing importance. … Results indicated that higher fit children exhibited greater task performance and better attentional resources distribution … .
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