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  • Children's brain development is linked to physical fitness

    University of Illinois psychology professor and Beckman Institute director Art Kramer and his colleagues found differences in the brains of physically fit children and their less-fit peers.

    University of Illinois psychology professor and Beckman Institute director Art Kramer and his colleagues found differences in the brains of physically fit children and their less-fit peers.

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      University of Illinois psychology professor and Beckman Institute director Art Kramer and his colleagues found differences in the brains of physically fit children and their less-fit peers.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      A bigger hippocampus in nine- and ten-year-old children appears to boost their performance on a relational memory task, said University of Illinois doctoral student Laura Chaddock.

      Photo courtesy Laura Chaddock

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