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Fig. 2 | BMC Geriatrics

Fig. 2

From: Effects of simultaneous cognitive and aerobic exercise training on dual-task walking performance in healthy older adults: results from a pilot randomized controlled trial

Fig. 2

Cognitive performance across time and group. There was a significant interaction between group and time (p = 0.039). In post-hoc comparisons, EXCOG (combined exercise and cognitive training) showed significant improvements in the number of correct answers given during the 2-min dual task walking test. EX (exercise only) and COG (cognitive training only) each showed significant, but more modest, improvements only after the full 12-week intervention, CON (video-watching control) showed no significant improvements across any time points. P-values shown are corrected for multiple comparisons using FDR, p < 0.05. Error bars are SE of the mean

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