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Physical Activity, Imaging, and Ambulatory Testing

The PHIAT study is designed to examine the role of daily and momentary variation in cognition in engagement in health promoting behaviors. The project will recruit younger, middle-aged, and older adults for a research protocol involving MR-based imaging of brain structure and function, repeated ultra-brief cognitive assessment and surveys delivered on smart phones, and objective monitoring of physical activity via accelerometers. Key research questions involve determining whether age-differences and individual-differences in brain function and cognitive variation predict the likelihood of translating health promotion intentions into daily behaviors.
Jessie Alwerdt at jua244@psu.edu or 618-267-1044
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18 year(s) or older
This study is also accepting healthy volunteers
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Inclusion Criteria:
Ambulatory
Fluent in English
Has an email account
Exclusion Criteria:
Motor or visual impairment that would interfere with operating a smartphone
History of neurological injury or disease
History of significant health problems that could be complicated by physical activity (e.g. recent cardiovascular surgery).
Participants who do not have access reliable cellular network OR Wi-Fi connectivity
Neurology
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