Table 3: Human cross-sectional and observational studies.

ReferenceStudy designStudy populationStatus of therapyDurationParametersCorrelations

Crowgey et al., 2014 [45]51
37 chemotherapy
14 healthy
Cross-sectional studyBreast cancerAfter chemotherapy, during hormone therapy() Self-reported physical activity (Leisure Score Index)
() Cardiovascular fitness (VO2 peak)
() Central nervous system vital signs software
LSI, visual memory

Hartman et al., 2015 [46]136Cross-sectional studyBreast cancerAfter chemotherapy, during hormone therapy() Physical activity
() Cognitive function
 (a) Memory
 (b) Executive function
 (c) Visual areal processing
 (d) Attention
 (e) Information processing
Physical activity, executive function
Physical activity, attention

Marinac et al., 2015 [47]136Cross-sectional studyBreast cancerAfter chemotherapy, during hormone therapy1 week (time of activity tracking)() Physical activity (low, moderate, inactive)
() Cognitive function
 (a) Information processing
 (b) Memory
 (c) Executive function
MKA,
information processing

Fitzpatrick et al., 2012 [48]15
8 during chemotherapy
7 after chemotherapy
Cohort studyProstate and breast cancerDuring and after chemotherapy6 weeks() Cognitive function
 (a) Montreal Cognitive Assessment
 (b) Healthy brain questionnaire
() MET
MoCA,
MET

MPA: Moderate Physical Activity; PA: physical activity; LSI: Leisure Score Index; MET: Metabolic Equivalent of Task; fMRI: functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging; MoCA: Montreal Cognitive Assessment.