Impact of Brain Cognition and Technology-Enhanced Physical Activity Intervention
- To determine whether increased levels of physical activity, as reflected on the Fitbit, increased cognitive performance among 5th grade students at local elementary schools.
- To examine how different levels of physical activity improved student’s health.
- Physical activity did not have a dramatic influence on cognitive performance due to PAEBs leading students to improving d2 tests independent of physical activity.
- Increased amount of very active minutes as measured by the Fitbit resulted in an increase likelihood of students being part of the Health Related Fitness Zone.
UROP student: Avneet Chadha