Volume 5, Issue 2 (5-2023)  

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  • Decreased balance skills are the key factors in falls in older adilts.
  • Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has recently drawn attention as an effective technique to improve motor performance and cognitive function in older adults.
  • Selected balance exercise program combined with anodal tDCS can improve balance performance but not working memory in older adults.

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  • Sports training with VR technology helps to improve the physical and mental condition of MS patients by creating relaxation and controlling stress and anxiety. 
  • VR is a motivational and effective alternative for the motor and cognitive rehabilitation of MS patients.
  • Using VR improves mental status and cognitive performance in MS patients.

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  • Rats exposed to Early maternal deprivation (EMD) + Swimming Training (ST) and individual ST groups.
  • The memory of the offspring measured by the level of the BDNF, MWM test, and OF test.
  • Early deprivation decreased hippocampal BDNF level significantly.
  • ST moderated the adverse effect of early deprivation.
  • ST as a non-pharmacological solution would moderate the effects of stress caused by EMD.

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  • Vision is one of the sources of sensory information in controlling movement and coordination.
  • Visual perceptual abilities are increased through special visual exercises.
  • Quiet eye (QE) training on motor behaviors have been investigated and showes that have a positive effect in performance.
  • QE training to traditional training increase the duration of the fixation and improved performance in volleyball service.

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  • Performance of elite karate athletes is affected by both physical and mental factors.
  • Mental and physical exercises have a positive effect on the metacognitive beliefs and sports performance of elite karate athletes.

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