PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SINGLE BOUT OF MODERATE AND HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL EXERCISE ON SELECTIVE ATTENTION IN YOUNG ADULTS
Farida ahmad, Musarrat Zahra, Farhan Ullah Afridi, Fatma Zulfiqar
Department of medical physiology, University/Organization: Khyber Girls Medical College, Peshawar, Pakistan.
*Farida ahmad, Department: medical physiology, University/Organization: Khyber Girls Medical College,
Table 1: Forward Digit Span Test Scores After Exercise
Figure 1: Forward Digit Span Test Scores before and after exercise FDST = Forward digit span test, M1=before moderate exercise, M2= after moderate exercise, H1= before high intensity interval exercise, H2 =after high intensity interval exercise
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