Apart from considering the overall cognitive composite score, specific domains hypothesized to be most sensitive to the aerobic exercise intervention (e.g., executive functioning and processing speed) will be analysed as secondary outcomes. The specific neuropsychological tests were chosen based on their relevance to ADRD and the component domains known to be affected by aerobic fitness training (executive functioning, complex attention, processing speed, and verbal memory [34, 6163]) (see Table Table33 for a complete listing of the individual neuropsychological tests that will be administered).

Neuropsychological tests administered for the Brain in Motion II trial

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