The Physical And Cognitive Exercise Study (PACES) is a longitudinal randomized trail to investigate the impact of cognitive and exercise training on later cognitive, physical, health and everyday functioning of older adults. Beginning in 2007, eligible participants (N=236) were randomized to one of four conditions: (1) processing speed training only; (2) exercise training only; (3) processing speed and exercise training; or (4) typical cognitively stimulating activities, which served as the control condition. We are currently collecting data for our second year follow-up.

University of Alabama at Birmingham - Center for Research on Applied Gerontology
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