Special Topics in Kinesiology; Exercise and Brain Health

Examines the evidence for exercise to affect brain function and brain health in children, in adults, and in old age. Covers the adaptations toacute and chronic exercise within brain networks related to emotion, stress reactivity, memory, and executive function, and the effectiveness of physical activity and exercise as treatments for depression, anxiety disorders, and cognitive impairment.

Sister Courses: KNES498, KNES498A, KNES498D, KNES498F, KNES498G, KNES498J, KNES498K, KNES498L, KNES498M, KNES498N, KNES498O, KNES498Q, KNES498T, KNES498V, KNES498W, KNES498Y

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