physioscience 2016; 12(01): 36-38
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1567068
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Steigern körperliche Übungen und simultanem kognitiven Training die kognitive Leistung von älteren Erwachsenen? 6-monatige randomisierte kontrollierte Studie mit 1-Jahres-Follow-up

Does Multicomponent Physical Exercise with Simultaneous Cognitive Training Boost Cognitive Performance in Older Adults? A 6-Month Randomized Controlled Trial with a 1-Year Follow-Up
Y. Brülhart
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Publication Date:
04 March 2016 (online)

Eggenberger P, Schumacher V, Angst M, Theill N, de Bruin ED. Journal of Clinical Interventions in Aging 2015; 10: 1335 – 1346

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