Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age

Engeroff T, Vogt L, Fleckenstein J, Füzéki E, Matura S, Pilatus U, Schwarz S, Deichmann R, Hellweg R, Pantel J, Banzer W (2018)
Aging & Mental Health 23(7): 1-8.

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Engeroff, Tobias; Vogt, Lutz; Fleckenstein, Johannes; Füzéki, Eszter; Matura, Silke; Pilatus, Ulrich; Schwarz, SinaUniBi ; Deichmann, Ralf; Hellweg, Rainer; Pantel, Johannes; Banzer, Winfried
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2018
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Aging & Mental Health
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23
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7
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1-8
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1360-7863
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1364-6915
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Engeroff T, Vogt L, Fleckenstein J, et al. Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age. Aging & Mental Health. 2018;23(7):1-8.
Engeroff, T., Vogt, L., Fleckenstein, J., Füzéki, E., Matura, S., Pilatus, U., Schwarz, S., et al. (2018). Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age. Aging & Mental Health, 23(7), 1-8. doi:10.1080/13607863.2017.1421615
Engeroff, T., Vogt, L., Fleckenstein, J., Füzéki, E., Matura, S., Pilatus, U., Schwarz, S., Deichmann, R., Hellweg, R., Pantel, J., et al. (2018). Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age. Aging & Mental Health 23, 1-8.
Engeroff, T., et al., 2018. Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age. Aging & Mental Health, 23(7), p 1-8.
T. Engeroff, et al., “Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age”, Aging & Mental Health, vol. 23, 2018, pp. 1-8.
Engeroff, T., Vogt, L., Fleckenstein, J., Füzéki, E., Matura, S., Pilatus, U., Schwarz, S., Deichmann, R., Hellweg, R., Pantel, J., Banzer, W.: Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age. Aging & Mental Health. 23, 1-8 (2018).
Engeroff, Tobias, Vogt, Lutz, Fleckenstein, Johannes, Füzéki, Eszter, Matura, Silke, Pilatus, Ulrich, Schwarz, Sina, Deichmann, Ralf, Hellweg, Rainer, Pantel, Johannes, and Banzer, Winfried. “Lifespan leisure physical activity profile, brain plasticity and cognitive function in old age”. Aging & Mental Health 23.7 (2018): 1-8.

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