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Abstract #3784

Effects of eleven-week aerobic exercises on working memory of deaf children estimated using task state functional magnetic resonance imaging

Hang Qu1, Wang Wei1, and Weiqiang Dou2

1radiology department, AFFILIATED HOSPITAL OF YANGZHOU UNIVERSITY, YANGZHOU, China, 2MR Research China, Beijing, GE Healthcare, Beijing, China

In this study, we used a combined aerobic exercise and task functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on deaf children for eleven weeks to investigate the alternation of working memory function after exercise. The classic 2-back task included make odd-even judgment and short-term memory. The experimental group showed a significant improvement in the 2-back task performance and alternation of functional activity in temporal lobe, precuneus temporal lobe and precuneus. These findings may help to explain the synaptic plasticity of brain.

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