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Requirements of a cognitive-motor spatial orientation training for nursing home residents : an iterative feasibility study

Requirements of a cognitive-motor spatial orientation training for nursing home residents : an iterative feasibility study

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FRICKE, Madeleine, Adele KRUSE, Michael SCHWENK, Carl-Philipp JANSEN, Thomas MUEHLBAUER, Klaus GRAMANN, Bettina WOLLESEN, 2021. Requirements of a cognitive-motor spatial orientation training for nursing home residents : an iterative feasibility study. In: German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research. Springer. 51(4), pp. 443-456. ISSN 2509-3142. eISSN 2509-3150. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s12662-021-00762-2

@article{Fricke2021-12Requi-58319, title={Requirements of a cognitive-motor spatial orientation training for nursing home residents : an iterative feasibility study}, year={2021}, doi={10.1007/s12662-021-00762-2}, number={4}, volume={51}, issn={2509-3142}, journal={German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research}, pages={443--456}, author={Fricke, Madeleine and Kruse, Adele and Schwenk, Michael and Jansen, Carl-Philipp and Muehlbauer, Thomas and Gramann, Klaus and Wollesen, Bettina} }

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