“The relation of fitness to brain health, cognition, and academic achievement in preadolescent children”
Dr. Charles Hillman’s research and professional interests focus on exercise psychology and psychophysiology, cognitive neuroscience, physical activity and cognition across the lifespan. His research examines the relationship between physical activity and neurocognitive function and the relationship between emotion and motivated behavior. Visit his lab page: Neurocognitive Kinesiology.
Dr. Hillman is Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Community Health at University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign (Dr. Hillman's web page)
This seminar series is co-sponsored by the U-M School of Kinesiology, the U-M Department of Psychology, and the U-M Medical School.