Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain

P. Anders, T. Lehmann, H. Müller, I. Molde, K. Gronvik, N. SkaeretMaroni, B. Vereijken, J. Baumeister, 57 (2017) 351.

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Anders P, Lehmann T, Müller H, et al. Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain. 2017;57(1):351.
Anders, P., Lehmann, T., Müller, H., Molde, I., Gronvik, K., SkaeretMaroni, N., … Baumeister, J. (2017). Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain.
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Anders, P, T Lehmann, H Müller, I Molde, KB Gronvik, N SkaeretMaroni, B Vereijken, and Jochen Baumeister. “Balance Exergames Increase Cortical Activity in Frontal Areas of the Brain.” Gait & Posture, 2017.
P. Anders et al., “Balance exergames increase cortical activity in frontal areas of the brain,” vol. 57, no. 1. p. 351, 2017.
Anders, P., et al. Balance Exergames Increase Cortical Activity in Frontal Areas of the Brain. Vol. 57, no. 1, 2017, p. 351.

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