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Physical fitness, but not acute exercise modulates event-related potential indices for executive control in healthy adolescents

Physical fitness, but not acute exercise modulates event-related potential indices for executive control in healthy adolescents

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STROTH, Sanna, Sabine KUBESCH, Katrin DIETERLE, Martin RUCHSOW, Ruediger HEIM, Markus KIEFER, 2009. Physical fitness, but not acute exercise modulates event-related potential indices for executive control in healthy adolescents. In: Brain Research. 1269, pp. 114-124

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