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Acute bouts of high-intensity aerobic exercise (HIAE) causes neuroplastic changes in the brain to improve dual-tasking efficiencies (DTE)




Acute bouts of high-intensity aerobic exercise (HIAE) causes neuroplastic changes in the brain to improve dual-tasking efficiencies (DTE)

By: Arco Paul, Sean Dolan, Alyssa Fasino, Olivia Heller, Eli Holstege
Author Category: Academic

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