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1 Regular participation in leisure time activities and high cardiovascular fitness improve motor sequence learning in older adults Zwingmann, Katharina et al. 2020
2 Explaining Individual Differences in Fine Motor Performance and Learning in Older Adults: The Contribution of Muscle Strength and Cardiovascular Fitness Hübner, Lena et al. 2019
3 Fine motor performance and motor learning in older adults: Neurophysiological processes, effects of acute exercise, and association with physical fitness Hübner, Lena 2019
4 Moderate Cardiovascular Exercise Speeds Up Neural Markers of Stimulus Evaluation During Attentional Control Processes Winneke, Axel H.* et al. 2019
5 Neural Processing of Arousing Emotional Information Is Associated With Executive Functioning in Older Adults Glinka, Katja* et al. 2019
6 Acute Exercise as an Intervention to Trigger Motor Performance and EEG Beta Activity in Older Adults Hübner, Lena* et al. 2018
7 Acute exercise effects on motor sequence learning in young and older adults Zwingmann, Katharina et al. 2018
8 Acute exercise effects on motor sequence learning in young and older adults Zwingmann, Katharina et al. 2018
9 Age- and Expertise-Related Differences of Sensorimotor Network Dynamics during Force Control Vieluf, Solveig* et al. 2018
10 Chronische Effekte körperlicher Aktivität Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia* et al. 2018
11 Geronto-Psychophysiologie Godde, Ben* et al. 2018
12 Improved Neural Control of Movements Manifests in Expertise-Related Differences in Force Output and Brain Network Dynamics Gölz, Christian* et al. 2018
13 Motor practice in a force modulation task in young and middle-aged adults Godde, Ben* et al. 2018
14 Older adults reveal enhanced task-related beta power decreases during a force modulation task Hübner, Lena et al. 2018
15 Association of acute exercise and fine motor learning in older adults Hübner, Lena* et al. 2017
16 Cognitive resources necessary for motor control in older adults are reduced by walking and coordination training Godde, Ben* et al. 2017
17 Don't Lose Your Brain at Work - The Role of Recurrent Novelty at Work in Cognitive and Brain Aging Oltmanns, Jan* et al. 2017
18 Dynamical signatures of isometric force control as a function of age, expertise, and task constraints Vieluf, Solveig* et al. 2017
19 Effects of an Acute Bout of Exercise on Fine Motor Performance and Learning in Older Adults Hübner, Lena* et al. 2017
20 Neural correlates of motor-cognitive dual-tasking in young and old adults Papegaaij, Selma* et al. 2017
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