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Fig. 8 | BMC Neuroscience

Fig. 8

From: Chronic, acute and protocol-dependent effects of exercise on psycho-physiological health during long-term isolation and confinement

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ah Accuracy within the Cognition tests in alphabetical order: a AIM accuracy, b DSST accuracy, c ERT accuracy, d LOT accuracy, e MRT accuracy, f NBACK accuracy, g PVT lapses, h VOLT accuracy. Presented in each figure in columns are chronic effects over TIME, exercise PROTOCOL effects, and acute EXERCISE effects. TIME effects are presented for assessments during baseline data collection (BDC), during isolation (ISO1-4), and during the recovery phase (R). For exercise PROTOCOL effects comparing interval (INT, stripped bars) and continuous (CON, full bars) protocols, the mean at the beginning (INT1, CON1) and end (INT2, CON2) of each protocol is displayed. Acute EXERCISE effects from pre- (light grey) to post-exercise (dark grey) are shown. Means are indicated in black line or bar graphs, female individuals are shown in red shades, male individuals in blue shades. Error bars indicate standard deviation.  8io Reaction times within the Cognition tests in alphabetical order: i DSST reaction time, j ERT reaction time, k LOT reaction time, l MPT reaction time, m NBACK reaction time, n PVT reaction time, o VOLT reaction time. Presented in each figure in columns are chronic effects over TIME, exercise PROTOCOL effects, and acute EXERCISE effects. TIME effects are presented for assessments during baseline data collection (BDC), during isolation (ISO1-4), and during the recovery phase (R). For exercise PROTOCOL effects comparing interval (INT, stripped bars) and continuous (CON, full bars) protocols, the mean at the beginning (INT1, CON1) and end (INT2, CON2) of each protocol is displayed. Acute EXERCISE effects from pre- (light grey) to post-exercise (dark grey) are shown. Means are indicated in black line or bar graphs, female individuals are shown in red shades, male individuals in blue shades. Error bars indicate standard deviation. For TIME effects, significant differences to BDC are indicated by *, to ISO1 by $, to ISO2 by §, and to ISO3 by #. For exercise PROTOCOL and acuteEXERCISE effects, significant differences are marked by *.

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