Increasing cardiopulmonary aerobic activity improves motor cognitive response time: An inference from preliminary one-group pretest-posttest quasi-experimental study.
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Indian heart journal, ISSN: 0019-4832, Vol: 70, Issue: 1, Page: 128-129
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Motor cognitive response time (MCRT) is the time elapsed between presenting a stimulus and the time taken by that individual to respond to that stimulus through a motor performance. After completing aerobic exercise, there are various changes that takes place, one of which might be change in cognitive function. Whether cardiopulmonary aerobic activity/capacity has an impact on MCRT is not explored yet.