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Research Article

Neuroplastic Effects of Combined Computerized Physical and Cognitive Training in Elderly Individuals at Risk for Dementia: An eLORETA Controlled Study on Resting States

Table 1

Subject pool (means ± SDs) and training type details.

LLMPTCTACPC

Number of subjects1414141414
Number of males/ratio5 (35.71%)5 (35.71%)5 (35.71%)5 (35.71%)5 (35.71%)
Age71.21 ± 4.5270.42 ± 6.6372.71 ± 6.5771.07 ± 4.3867.64 ± 3.97
Pre-MMSE 25.85 ± 2.0926.21 ± 2.3325.14 ± 3.2226.21 ± 1.9725 ± 1.77
Post-MMSE 27.14 ± 2.0627.42 ± 2.0625.42 ± 2.3527.28 ± 1.9725.21 ± 2.42
yoe8.14 ± 3.066.14 ± 1.456.14 ± 3.227.14 ± 3.047.35 ± 2.37

Intervention detailsPT and CTAerobics, strength, balance, and flexibilityAuditory processing and working memoryWatching documentaries on YouTube
SessionsUp to 10 h/wUp to 5 h/w4 exer × 15 min, 3 to 5 h/w Up to 5 h/w
Duration PT: 25.21 ± 4.91 h
CT: 27.14 ± 5.65 h
26.07 ± 6.78 h24.35 ± 1.87 h26.85 ± 4.76 h

Note: LLM, combined training; PT, physical training; CT, cognitive training; AC, active control; PC, passive control; MMSE, minimental state examination (where the range from best to worst performance is 30–0); yoe, years of education; exer, exercise; min, minutes; h, hour; w, week.

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