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The Effects of Brisk-Walking Training on EEG Profile And Attention Performance in Elementary School After-Class Program
|Issue Date: ||2012-03-22 15:02:18 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of brisk-walking training on EEG and attention performance for Grade 4th~6th students in after-school child care and tutorial center. The study was based on pretest-posttest control group design. Thirty students from this center participated in the study which including 15 students assigned to be the experimental group; and the other the control group (15 students). The experimental group carries the brisk-walking training for four days a week, at 30 minutes per day and last 8 weeks. Control group will carry on the daily activities as usual.
The major findings of this study were as follows:
1. Reaction of EEGα and EEGβ of students in the experimental group with brisk-walking training were significantly increased.
2. The experimental group had remarkable difference in performance of attention after 15 weeks of the brisk-walking training.
The results of the teachers and parents’ evaluations revealed that teachers and parents were encouraged by their students’ progress in brisk-walking training. They would like to keep taking brisk-walking training to improve the attention of students. These students involved in the study became interested in brisk-walking training and kept on this habit in their daily life.
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