Keita Kamijo
Keita Kamijo
Other names紙上敬太
Chukyo University
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Effects of the FITKids randomized controlled trial on executive control and brain function
CH Hillman, MB Pontifex, DM Castelli, NA Khan, LB Raine, MR Scudder, ...
Pediatrics 134 (4), e1063-e1071, 2014
The effects of an afterschool physical activity program on working memory in preadolescent children
K Kamijo, MB Pontifex, KC O’Leary, MR Scudder, CT Wu, DM Castelli, ...
Developmental science 14 (5), 1046-1058, 2011
Acute effects of aerobic exercise on cognitive function in older adults
K Kamijo, Y Hayashi, T Sakai, T Yahiro, K Tanaka, Y Nishihira
Journals of Gerontology: Series B 64 (3), 356-363, 2009
A review of chronic and acute physical activity participation on neuroelectric measures of brain health and cognition during childhood
CH Hillman, K Kamijo, M Scudder
Preventive medicine 52, S21-S28, 2011
The interactive effect of exercise intensity and task difficulty on human cognitive processing
K Kamijo, Y Nishihira, T Higashiura, K Kuroiwa
International journal of psychophysiology 65 (2), 114-121, 2007
Differential influences of exercise intensity on information processing in the central nervous system
K Kamijo, Y Nishihira, A Hatta, T Kaneda, T Wasaka, T Kida, K Kuroiwa
European journal of applied physiology 92, 305-311, 2004
The relation of adiposity to cognitive control and scholastic achievement in preadolescent children
K Kamijo, NA Khan, MB Pontifex, MR Scudder, ES Drollette, LB Raine, ...
Obesity 20 (12), 2406-2411, 2012
Systematic review and meta-analysis investigating moderators of long-term effects of exercise on cognition in healthy individuals
S Ludyga, M Gerber, U Pühse, VN Looser, K Kamijo
Nature human behaviour 4 (6), 603-612, 2020
A primer on investigating the after effects of acute bouts of physical activity on cognition
MB Pontifex, AL McGowan, MC Chandler, KL Gwizdala, AC Parks, K Fenn, ...
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 40, 1-22, 2019
Changes in arousal level by differential exercise intensity
K Kamijo, Y Nishihira, A Hatta, T Kaneda, T Kida, T Higashiura, K Kuroiwa
Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (12), 2693-2698, 2004
The negative association of childhood obesity to cognitive control of action monitoring
K Kamijo, MB Pontifex, NA Khan, LB Raine, MR Scudder, ES Drollette, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (3), 654-662, 2014
Regular physical activity improves executive function during task switching in young adults
K Kamijo, Y Takeda
International Journal of Psychophysiology 75 (3), 304-311, 2010
The association of childhood obesity to neuroelectric indices of inhibition
K Kamijo, MB Pontifex, NA Khan, LB Raine, MR Scudder, ES Drollette, ...
Psychophysiology 49 (10), 1361-1371, 2012
Single bouts of exercise selectively sustain attentional processes
MB Pontifex, AC Parks, DA Henning, K Kamijo
Psychophysiology 52 (5), 618-625, 2015
Resource allocation and somatosensory P300 amplitude during dual task: effects of tracking speed and predictability of tracking direction
T Kida, Y Nishihira, A Hatta, T Wasaka, T Tazoe, Y Sakajiri, H Nakata, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (11), 2616-2628, 2004
Effects of habitual moderate exercise on response processing and cognitive processing in older adults
A Hatta, Y Nishihira, SR Kim, T Kaneda, T Kida, K Kamijo, M Sasahara, ...
The Japanese journal of physiology 55 (1), 29-36, 2005
The effects of acute aerobic exercise on executive function: A systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data
T Ishihara, ES Drollette, S Ludyga, CH Hillman, K Kamijo
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 128, 258-269, 2021
The relation of ERP indices of exercise to brain health and cognition
CH Hillman, K Kamijo, MB Pontifex
Functional neuroimaging in exercise and sport sciences, 419-446, 2012
The relation of aerobic fitness to neuroelectric indices of cognitive and motor task preparation
K Kamijo, KC O'leary, MB Pontifex, JR Themanson, CH Hillman
Psychophysiology 47 (5), 814-821, 2010
General physical activity levels influence positive and negative priming effects in young adults
K Kamijo, Y Takeda
Clinical Neurophysiology 120 (3), 511-519, 2009
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