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Sarah M. Buck, Ph.D.

2007- Chicago State University, Chicago, IL, United States 
"Sarah Buck"
Mean distance: 17.94 (cluster 8)
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Charles H. Hillman grad student 2002-2007 UIUC
 (Aerobic fitness and attentional control in preadolescent children.)
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Chaddock L, Hillman CH, Buck SM, et al. (2011) Aerobic fitness and executive control of relational memory in preadolescent children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 43: 344-9
Hillman CH, Buck SM, Themanson JR, et al. (2009) Aerobic fitness and cognitive development: Event-related brain potential and task performance indices of executive control in preadolescent children. Developmental Psychology. 45: 114-29
Reed J, Buck S. (2009) The effect of regular aerobic exercise on positive-activated affect: A meta-analysis Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 10: 581-594
Buck SM, Hillman CH, Castelli DM. (2008) The relation of aerobic fitness to stroop task performance in preadolescent children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 40: 166-72
Themanson JR, Hillman CH, McAuley E, et al. (2008) Self-efficacy effects on neuroelectric and behavioral indices of action monitoring in older adults. Neurobiology of Aging. 29: 1111-22
Castelli DM, Hillman CH, Buck SM, et al. (2007) Physical fitness and academic achievement in third- and fifth-grade students. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 29: 239-52
Hillman CH, Castelli DM, Buck SM. (2005) Aerobic fitness and neurocognitive function in healthy preadolescent children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 37: 1967-74
Buck SM, Hillman CH, Evans EM, et al. (2004) Emotional responses to pictures of oneself in healthy college age females Motivation and Emotion. 28: 279-295
Morris PA, Fritz CO, Buck S. (2004) The name game: Acceptability, bonus information and group size Applied Cognitive Psychology. 18: 89-104
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