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Enhancing both motor and cognitive functioning in Parkinson's disease: aerobic exercise as a rehabilitative intervention

(2015) BRAIN AND COGNITION. 99. p.68-77
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Aerobic exercise, Parkinson's disease, Cognition, Motor, Executive functions, Procedural learning, QUALITY-OF-LIFE, REACTION-TIME-TASK, EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS, OLDER-ADULTS, PHYSICAL-EXERCISE, BASAL GANGLIA, PEOPLE, PERFORMANCE, BRAIN, BENEFITS

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Duchesne, C et al. “Enhancing Both Motor and Cognitive Functioning in Parkinson’s Disease: Aerobic Exercise as a Rehabilitative Intervention.” BRAIN AND COGNITION 99 (2015): 68–77. Print.
APA
Duchesne, C., Lungu, O., Nadeau, A., Robillard, M., Boré, A., Bobeuf, F., Lafontaine, A., et al. (2015). Enhancing both motor and cognitive functioning in Parkinson’s disease: aerobic exercise as a rehabilitative intervention. BRAIN AND COGNITION, 99, 68–77.
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Duchesne, C, O Lungu, A Nadeau, ME Robillard, A Boré, F Bobeuf, AL Lafontaine, Freja Gheysen, L Bherer, and J Doyon. 2015. “Enhancing Both Motor and Cognitive Functioning in Parkinson’s Disease: Aerobic Exercise as a Rehabilitative Intervention.” Brain and Cognition 99: 68–77.
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Duchesne, C, O Lungu, A Nadeau, ME Robillard, A Boré, F Bobeuf, AL Lafontaine, Freja Gheysen, L Bherer, and J Doyon. 2015. “Enhancing Both Motor and Cognitive Functioning in Parkinson’s Disease: Aerobic Exercise as a Rehabilitative Intervention.” Brain and Cognition 99: 68–77.
Vancouver
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Duchesne C, Lungu O, Nadeau A, Robillard M, Boré A, Bobeuf F, et al. Enhancing both motor and cognitive functioning in Parkinson’s disease: aerobic exercise as a rehabilitative intervention. BRAIN AND COGNITION. 2015;99:68–77.
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C. Duchesne et al., “Enhancing both motor and cognitive functioning in Parkinson’s disease: aerobic exercise as a rehabilitative intervention,” BRAIN AND COGNITION, vol. 99, pp. 68–77, 2015.
@article{6923647,
  author       = {Duchesne, C and Lungu, O and Nadeau, A and Robillard, ME and Boré, A and Bobeuf, F and Lafontaine, AL and Gheysen, Freja and Bherer, L and Doyon, J},
  issn         = {0278-2626},
  journal      = {BRAIN AND COGNITION},
  keywords     = {Aerobic exercise,Parkinson's disease,Cognition,Motor,Executive functions,Procedural learning,QUALITY-OF-LIFE,REACTION-TIME-TASK,EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS,OLDER-ADULTS,PHYSICAL-EXERCISE,BASAL GANGLIA,PEOPLE,PERFORMANCE,BRAIN,BENEFITS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {68--77},
  title        = {Enhancing both motor and cognitive functioning in Parkinson's disease: aerobic exercise as a rehabilitative intervention},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bandc.2015.07.005},
  volume       = {99},
  year         = {2015},
}

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