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Gains in cognition through combined cognitive and physical training : the role of training dosage and severity of neurocognitive disorder

Gains in cognition through combined cognitive and physical training : the role of training dosage and severity of neurocognitive disorder


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BAMIDIS, Panagiotis D., Patrick FISSLER, Sokratis G. PAPAGEORGIOU, Vasiliki ZILIDOU, Evdokimos I. KONSTANTINIDIS, Antonis S. BILLIS, Evangelia ROMANOPOULOU, Maria KARAGIANNI, Ion BERATIS, Angeliki TSAPANOU, Georgia TSILIKOPOULOU, Eirini GRIGORIADOU, Aristea LADAS, Athina KYRILLIDOU, Anthoula TSOLAKI, Christos FRANTZIDIS, Efstathios SIDIROPOULOS, Anastasios SIOUNTAS, Stavroula MATSI, John PAPATRIANTAFYLLOU, Eleni MARGIOTI, Aspasia NIKA, Winfried SCHLEE, Thomas ELBERT, Magda TSOLAKI, Ana B. VIVAS, Iris-Tatjana KOLASSA, 2015. Gains in cognition through combined cognitive and physical training : the role of training dosage and severity of neurocognitive disorder. In: Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 7, 152. eISSN 1663-4365

@article{Bamidis2015Gains-33263, title={Gains in cognition through combined cognitive and physical training : the role of training dosage and severity of neurocognitive disorder}, year={2015}, doi={10.3389/fnagi.2015.00152}, volume={7}, journal={Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience}, author={Bamidis, Panagiotis D. and Fissler, Patrick and Papageorgiou, Sokratis G. and Zilidou, Vasiliki and Konstantinidis, Evdokimos I. and Billis, Antonis S. and Romanopoulou, Evangelia and Karagianni, Maria and Beratis, Ion and Tsapanou, Angeliki and Tsilikopoulou, Georgia and Grigoriadou, Eirini and Ladas, Aristea and Kyrillidou, Athina and Tsolaki, Anthoula and Frantzidis, Christos and Sidiropoulos, Efstathios and Siountas, Anastasios and Matsi, Stavroula and Papatriantafyllou, John and Margioti, Eleni and Nika, Aspasia and Schlee, Winfried and Elbert, Thomas and Tsolaki, Magda and Vivas, Ana B. and Kolassa, Iris-Tatjana}, note={Article Number: 152} }

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Combined physical and cognitive training may overcome this shortcoming as physical training may facilitate the neuroplastic potential which, in turn, may be guided by cognitive training. This study aimed at investigating the benefits of combined training on global cognition while assessing the effect of training dosage and exploring the role of several potential effect modifiers. In this multi-center study, 322 older adults with or without neurocognitive disorders (NCDs) were allocated to a computerized, game-based, combined physical and cognitive training group (n = 237) or a passive control group (n = 85). Training group participants were allocated to different training dosages ranging from 24 to 110 potential sessions. In a pre-post-test design, global cognition was assessed by averaging standardized performance in working memory, episodic memory and executive function tests. The intervention group increased in global cognition compared to the control group, p = 0.002, Cohen's d = 0.31. Exploratory analysis revealed a trend for less benefits in participants with more severe NCD, p = 0.08 (cognitively healthy: d = 0.54; mild cognitive impairment: d = 0.19; dementia: d = 0.04). In participants without dementia, we found a dose-response effect of the potential number and of the completed number of training sessions on global cognition, p = 0.008 and p = 0.04, respectively. The results indicate that combined physical and cognitive training improves global cognition in a dose-responsive manner but these benefits may be less pronounced in older adults with more severe NCD. 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