${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 EEG activity and mood in health orientated runners after different exercise intensities 18 Hz showed persisting decreases post-exercise we concluded that this might be a sign of outlasting effects of exercise on brain cortical activity which may have influences on general well-being. We could also show that there is a clear relationship between EEG activity and mood reflecting a basic principle of cortical excitation.]]> Wed 27 Nov 2019 14:30:38 AEST ]]> Central neuronal motor behaviour in skilled and less skilled novices – Approaching sports-specific movement techniques 0.05), whereas RP amplitudes and onsets differed between groups but not between motor areas. Arrow-releasing preceded larger RP amplitudes (p <0.05) and later RP onsets (p < 0.05) in skilled compared to less skilled novices. We suggest this to reflect attentional orienting and greater effort that accompanies central neuronal preparatory states of a sports-specific movement.]]> Wed 21 Mar 2018 09:42:42 AEST ]]> The Effect of Different Exercise Modes on Domain-Specific Cognitive Function in Patients Suffering from Parkinson’s Disease: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials Wed 20 Mar 2019 14:53:55 AEST ]]> Psychophysiological responses of artificial gravity exposure to humans Wed 18 Feb 2015 14:49:48 AEST ]]> Oxygen Uptake Kinetics Following Six Weeks of Interval and Continuous Endurance Exercise Training − An explorative pilot study 0.05). Conclusions: Discrepancies in the adaptations of the involved exercise induced physiological systems seem to be responsible for the observed significant alterations in maximal V’O2 after six weeks of the training intervention in contrast to no changes in the kinetics responses.]]> Wed 17 Oct 2018 14:52:41 AEST ]]> Distraction versus Intensity: The Importance of Exercise Classes for Cognitive Performance in School Wed 16 May 2018 13:07:51 AEST ]]> The effects of an extensive exercise programme on the progression of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial Wed 14 Mar 2018 10:17:39 AEST ]]> Coherence between brain cortical function and neurocognitive performance during changed gravity conditions Wed 13 May 2015 14:44:38 AEST ]]> Gender specific changes in cortical activation patterns during exposure to artificial gravity Wed 11 Jan 2017 13:16:32 AEST ]]> Among prodromal stages of dementia cognitive functions show a negative correlation with physical activity levels Wed 08 Nov 2017 13:33:50 AEST ]]> The effect of 6 h of running on brain activity, mood, and cognitive performance Wed 08 Jun 2016 15:42:53 AEST ]]> Activation patterns of different brain areas during incremental exercise measured by near-infrared spectroscopy Wed 06 May 2015 15:33:38 AEST ]]> Temporal dissociation between muscle and pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics: influences of perfusion dynamics and arteriovenous oxygen concentration differences in muscles and lungs Wed 05 Sep 2018 16:24:22 AEST ]]> Brainwave entrainment for better sleep and post-sleep state of young elite soccer players - A pilot study Wed 01 Jul 2015 14:53:39 AEST ]]> Recovery of Heart Rate Variability Following Low- and High-Intensity Exercise Tue 27 Aug 2019 15:52:47 AEST ]]> Correlation of Psycho-Physiological Responses During Parabolic Flights and Possible Impacts on Motor Control Tue 27 Aug 2019 15:52:41 AEST ]]> Short Bouts of Intensive Exercise During the Workday Have a Positive Effect on Neuro-cognitive Performance Tue 21 Feb 2017 17:06:28 AEST ]]> The influence of lower body negative pressure on arm blood flow during wrist flexion exercise Tue 16 Jul 2019 09:24:52 AEST ]]> Cerebral blood flow response to intermittent head-down and head-up tilting in younger and older men Tue 16 Jul 2019 09:24:50 AEST ]]> Neurocognitive performance is enhanced during short periods of microgravity—Part 2 Tue 14 May 2019 11:57:46 AEST ]]> Cognitive Impairment Is Reflected by an Increased Difference between Real and Imagined Timed Up and Go Test Performance Tue 13 Mar 2018 16:05:39 AEST ]]> Hemodynamic and Neuroendocrinological Responses to Artificial Gravity Tue 13 Mar 2018 10:57:39 AEST ]]> Can pedometers be used to prescribe walking intensity in older adults? Tue 10 Sep 2019 16:59:29 AEST ]]> Brain and Exercise: A First Approach Using Electro Tomography Tue 10 Sep 2019 16:02:54 AEST ]]> The impact of long-term confinement and exercise on central and peripheral stress markers Tue 06 Oct 2015 10:34:46 AEST ]]> Real World Recruiting of Older Subjects with Mild Cognitive Impairment for Exercise Trials: Community Readiness is Pivotal Tue 05 Mar 2019 12:24:07 AEST ]]> Analysis of Heart Rate and Oxygen Uptake Kinetics Studied by Two Different Pseudo-Random Binary Sequence Work Rate Amplitudes 0.05). V’O2pulm kinetics show prominent differences in the lag of the CCF maximum (39 ± 9s; 31 ± 4s; p < 0.05). Conclusions: A mean difference of 14 W between the PRBS WR amplitudes impacts venous return significantly, while HR and V’O2musc kinetics remain unchanged.]]> Tue 03 Apr 2018 10:43:42 AEST ]]> Cerebral Blood Flow during Interval and Continuous Exercise in Young and Old Men Thu 20 Jun 2019 10:31:39 AEST ]]> Neuroelectric adaptations to cognitive processing in virtual environments: an exercise-related approach 0.05). Hypothesized to mirror cognitive processing, decreases of cognitive performance’s accuracy and reaction time failed significance. With respect to previous research, the present neuroelectric adaptation gives reason to believe in compensative neuronal resources that balance demanding cognitive processing in VE to avoid behavioural inefficiency.]]> Thu 20 Aug 2015 18:04:43 AEST ]]> Changes in cerebral oxygenation during parabolic flight Thu 20 Aug 2015 16:00:13 AEST ]]> When neuroscience gets wet and hardcore: neurocognitive markers obtained during whole body water immersion Thu 19 Feb 2015 10:57:06 AEST ]]> Exercise in isolation- a countermeasure for electrocortical, mental and cognitive impairments 2500 arbitrary training units/interval) or inactive (< 2500 arbitrary training units/interval) group. Results: A long-term effect of exercise was observed for brain activity and mood. Regularly active people showed a decreased brain activity (alpha and beta) in the course of isolation, and steady mood. Inactive people instead first increased and than remained at high brain activity accompanied with a deterioration of mood. No effect of exercise and isolation was found for cognitive performance. Conclusion: The findings point out the positive effect of regularly performed voluntary exercise, supporting subjective mental well-being of long-term isolated people. The choice to be regularly active seems to support mental health, which is not only of interest for future isolation and space missions.]]> Thu 17 Nov 2016 11:06:48 AEST ]]> Effects of Individualized Centrifugation Training on Orthostatic Tolerance in Men and Women Thu 17 Nov 2016 11:06:36 AEST ]]> Feasibility of monitoring muscle health in microgravity environments using Myoton technology Thu 17 May 2018 16:11:13 AEST ]]> The impact of chronic stress burden of 520-d isolation and confinement on the physiological response to subsequent acute stress challenge Thu 15 Jan 2015 16:48:05 AEST ]]> Exercise in Space: A Holistic Approach for the Benefit of Human Health on Earth Mon 30 May 2016 16:41:53 AEST ]]> Localisation of Exercise Induced Changes in Brain Cortical Activity Using a Distributed Source Localization Algorithm Mon 30 May 2016 10:56:51 AEST ]]> What happens to the brain in weightlessness? - A first approach by EEG tomography Mon 25 Jan 2016 14:35:09 AEST ]]> Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Cognitive Function are Positively Related Among Participants with Mild and Subjective Cognitive Impairment Mon 23 Apr 2018 10:14:23 AEST ]]> Associations of Lipophilic Micronutrients with Physical and Cognitive Fitness in Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment Mon 20 May 2019 09:35:51 AEST ]]> Exercise in space: physical and mental benefit Mon 14 Sep 2015 08:19:12 AEST ]]> Effect of acute ambient temperature exposure on cardio-pulmonary and respiratory kinetics in men  0.05). Baroreflex regulation based on HR kinetics does not seem to be influenced between ambient temperatures of 15 °C and 35 °C during dynamic exercise. Conclusions: The results imply that ambient temperatures of 15 °C, 25 °C and 35 °C have no effect on HR, V̇O2pulm or V̇O2musc kinetics during dynamic moderate exercise. The applied approach may be of interest for assessments of the cardio-pulmonary and respiratory health statuses of individuals working or performing sports in extreme temperature environments. Furthermore, differentiation between systemic (e.g. cardio-dynamic: HR) and specific (e.g. exercising tissues: V̇O2musc) determinants of the relevant physiological systems may improve the evaluation of an individual’s health status. © 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group]]> Mon 11 Jun 2018 14:00:24 AEST ]]> Electrocortical and Hemodynamic Changes within the Brain during Incremental Bicycle Exercise in Normoxia and Hypoxia—A Combined EEG/NIRS Study Mon 08 May 2017 14:07:22 AEST ]]> Who dares to join a parabolic flight? Fri 28 Apr 2017 10:24:28 AEST ]]> Neurocognitive and Neuro-affective Effects of Exercise Fri 28 Apr 2017 10:03:56 AEST ]]> Neuro-cognitive performance is enhanced during short periods of microgravity Fri 28 Apr 2017 09:21:25 AEST ]]> Motor imagery (Timed up and Go) as a pre-screening tool for cognitive impairment and prodromal stages of dementia Fri 27 Oct 2017 09:44:58 AEST ]]> What Happens to the Brain in Weightlessness? - A First Tomographical Approach Fri 27 May 2016 16:37:20 AEST ]]> The effect of parabolic flight on perceived physical, motivational and psychological state in men and women: Correlation with neuroendocrine stress parameters and electrocortical activity Fri 27 May 2016 16:36:15 AEST ]]> Non-invasive estimation of muscle oxygen uptake kinetics with pseudorandom binary sequence and step exercise responses 0.05). In addition, a very high variability between the models was determined for (Formula presented.) kinetics [mean time constants (τ) difference: − 2.5 ± 11.4 s]. A significant correlation for τ of (Formula presented.) between the STEP approach with experimentally determined phase I (Formula presented.) lengths and the PRBS approach was noticed (r = 0.536; p < 0.05). Conclusions: Both approaches (STEP and PRBS) are not significantly different for estimating the (Formula presented.) kinetics, but the very high variability impairs the predictability between the models. However, the determination of the length of phase I (Formula presented.) should be as appropriate as possible because predefined duration lengths can result in overestimations in (Formula presented.) kinetics. © 2017 Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature]]> Fri 22 Feb 2019 09:28:48 AEST ]]> My-AHA: D2.3 Report on design of lifestyle intervention systems Fri 21 Jun 2019 14:52:39 AEST ]]> My-AHA: D2.2 Report on general invention workflows Fri 21 Jun 2019 14:45:40 AEST ]]> My-AHA: D2.1 Report on indicators with associated risk measurements Fri 21 Jun 2019 14:38:39 AEST ]]> Primary motor cortex activity is elevated with incremental exercise intensity Fri 14 Aug 2015 14:57:39 AEST ]]> Exercise, music, and the brain: Is there a central pattern generator? Fri 14 Aug 2015 13:12:44 AEST ]]> The exercise profile of an ultra-long handcycling race: the Styrkeprøven experience Fri 14 Aug 2015 11:34:41 AEST ]]> Stress hormone stability: Processing of blood samples collected during parabolic flight A pre-flight comparison of different protocols Fri 13 Mar 2015 15:15:44 AEST ]]> Reductions in circulating endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoylglycerol levels in healthy human subjects exposed to chronic stressors Fri 10 Feb 2017 16:09:33 AEST ]]> Brain-imaging during an isometric leg extension task at graded intensities Fri 08 Apr 2016 09:33:34 AEST ]]> Improved sensorimotor adaptation after exhaustive exercise is accompanied by altered brain activity Fri 08 Apr 2016 09:25:38 AEST ]]> Effect of three different grip angles on physical parameters during laboratory test in handcycling in able-bodied participants Fri 08 Apr 2016 08:58:54 AEST ]]> Effects of exercise in immersive virtual environments on cortical neural oscillations and mental state Fri 08 Apr 2016 07:37:21 AEST ]]> Brain and exercise. The boat to a deeper insight in the significance of physical fitness Fri 07 Nov 2014 13:47:57 AEST ]]> The relationship between brain cortical activity and brain oxygenation in the prefrontal cortex during hypergravity exposure Fri 07 Nov 2014 12:39:00 AEST ]]> Alteration of electro-cortical activity in microgravity 12Hz during phases of microgravity compared to normal gravity. We conclude that the inhibition of high frequency frontal activity during microgravity may serve as a marker of emotional anxiety and/or indisposition associated with weightlessness. This puts a new light on the debate as to whether cognitive and sensorimotor impairments are attributable to primary physiological effects or secondary psychological effects of a weightless environment.]]> Fri 07 Nov 2014 12:25:30 AEST ]]> Brain and exercise: the boat to a deeper insight into the significance of physical fitness Fri 07 Nov 2014 12:20:40 AEST ]]> Artificial gravity exposure impairs exercise-related neurophysiological benefits Fri 07 Nov 2014 11:51:10 AEST ]]> Motor cortex activity is dependent on exercise intensity Fri 07 Nov 2014 11:39:45 AEST ]]> Cortical current density oscillations in the motor cortex are correlated with muscular activity during pedaling exercise Fri 07 Nov 2014 10:46:03 AEST ]]> Higher exercise intensity is linked to changes in frontal lobe activity Fri 05 Jun 2015 15:47:02 AEST ]]> Moderate physical exercise in the elderly is linked to approach-related emotions Fri 05 Jun 2015 15:46:38 AEST ]]> Changes in brain cortical activity measured by EEG are related to individual exercise preferences Fri 03 Jun 2016 16:15:06 AEST ]]>