Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort

Josephine N. Booth, Andy R. Ness, Phil D. Tomporowski, Sam D. Leary, Carol Joinson, Jim Boyle, John J. Reilly

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Abstract

Conference poster describing research into associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents using evidence from the ALSPAC cohort.

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ConferenceAmerican College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting
Abbreviated titleACSM 2014
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period29/05/122/06/12

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Keywords

  • physical activity
  • health
  • exercise

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Booth, J. N., Ness, A. R., Tomporowski, P. D., Leary, S. D., Joinson, C., Boyle, J., & Reilly, J. J. (2012). Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. Poster session presented at American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, United States.
Booth, Josephine N. ; Ness, Andy R. ; Tomporowski, Phil D. ; Leary, Sam D. ; Joinson, Carol ; Boyle, Jim ; Reilly, John J. / Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. Poster session presented at American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, United States.
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Booth, JN, Ness, AR, Tomporowski, PD, Leary, SD, Joinson, C, Boyle, J & Reilly, JJ 2012, 'Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort' American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, United States, 29/05/12 - 2/06/12, .

Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. / Booth, Josephine N.; Ness, Andy R.; Tomporowski, Phil D.; Leary, Sam D.; Joinson, Carol; Boyle, Jim; Reilly, John J.

2012. Poster session presented at American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, United States.

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Booth JN, Ness AR, Tomporowski PD, Leary SD, Joinson C, Boyle J et al. Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. 2012. Poster session presented at American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, United States.