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Kinesiology 1070 – Lecture 10 Honey, I shrunk the pooled SMD! … - Panteleimon Ekkekakis In this paper by Ekkekakis these are all reviews done on the effects on treating depression The pooled standard mean difference has been shrinking – got worse Exercise should be compared to non exercise o Raises pooled SMD Low confidence results low coping abilities o Exercise can bolster those coping efficacious beliefs Depression can affect short term memory Depressed people have high levels of cortisol In healthy adults, exercise has been shown to improve episodic memory When create active classrooms for kids they learn really well o Especially for students prone to fidgeting and an inability to sit still, an active classroom is beneficial This next theory has only been explored through animal model as of yet
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