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Fig. 5 | European Review of Aging and Physical Activity

Fig. 5

From: The beneficial effects of different types of exercise interventions on motor and cognitive functions in older age: a systematic review

Fig. 5

Occurrences of parallel improvements in motor and cognitive outcome measures for combined exercise training (data extracted from n = 11 studies) and combined physical-cognitive training (data extracted from n = 9 studies). PROC = processing speed; MEM = memory; INHIB = inhibition; ATN = attention; DTC = dual-task cost. Parallel improvements in strength and inhibition were reported only by [82] – data are not shown. See text for the remaining single exercise interventions. a mobility, b balance, c psychomotor speed

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