Keita Kamijo, Ph.D.

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Waseda University, Shinjuku-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
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Drollette ES, Pontifex MB, Raine LB, et al. (2017) Effects of the FITKids physical activity randomized controlled trial on conflict monitoring in youth. Psychophysiology
Kamijo K, Takeda Y, Takai Y, et al. (2016) The relationship between childhood aerobic fitness and brain functional connectivity. Neuroscience Letters. 632: 119-123
Kamijo K, Takeda Y, Takai Y, et al. (2016) The Association between Childhood Aerobic Fitness and Source Memory Function: 3749 Board #188 June 4, 8: 00 AM - 9: 30 AM. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 48: 1047
Kamijo K, Takeda Y, Takai Y, et al. (2015) Greater aerobic fitness is associated with more efficient inhibition of task-irrelevant information in preadolescent children. Biological Psychology. 110: 68-74
Pontifex MB, Parks AC, Henning DA, et al. (2015) Single bouts of exercise selectively sustain attentional processes. Psychophysiology. 52: 618-25
Kamijo K, Masaki H. (2015) Task difficulty affects the association between childhood fitness and cognitive flexibility Sports Performance. 91-101
Kamijo K, Takeda Y. (2015) The relation of physical activity to neuroelectric measures of primitive cognitive processing Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine. 64: 110
Pontifex MB, Kamijo K, Scudder MR, et al. (2014) V. The differential association of adiposity and fitness with cognitive control in preadolescent children. Monographs of the Society For Research in Child Development. 79: 72-92
Hillman CH, Pontifex MB, Castelli DM, et al. (2014) Effects of the FITKids randomized controlled trial on executive control and brain function. Pediatrics. 134: e1063-71
Kamijo K, Pontifex MB, Khan NA, et al. (2014) The negative association of childhood obesity to cognitive control of action monitoring. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 24: 654-62
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