Kirk Ian Erickson


(* student/post-doc presentation; † Chaired symposium)



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(* student/post-doc presentation; † Chaired symposium)


Erickson, KI. Modifiers of the effects of exercise on the brain. Presented at the International Neuropsychological Society conference (February, 2015), Denver, CO.
* Weinstein, AM, Whitmoyer, P, Saxton, J, Morrow, L, Snitz, B, Erickson, KI. The relationship between physical activity and neurocognitive function in adults with cognitive impairment. Presented at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (July, 2012), Vancouver, Canada.
Erickson, KI, Weinstein, AM, Verstynen, TD, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Woods, J, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. The influence of an aerobic exercise intervention on brain volume in late adulthood. Presented at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (July, 2012), Vancouver, Canada.
* Weinstein, AM, Verstynen, TD, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Chaddock, L, Szabo, A, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. Gray matter volume, cardiorespiratory fitness, and cognitive function: a whole brain, voxel-based mediation analysis. Presented at Society for Neuroscience (November, 2012), New Orleans, LA.
* Verstynen, TD, Leckie, RL, Weinstein, AM, Jakicic, JM, Rofey, DL, Erickson, KI. Altered cortico-basal ganglia connectivity with obesity predicts inefficient executive control processing. Presented at Society for Neuroscience (November, 2012), New Orleans, LA.

Basak, C, Kim, J, Voss, MW, Prakash RS, Erickson, KI, Szabo, A, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. Determining a causal relationship between fitness and cognition in late adulthood. Presented at Cognitive Aging Conference (April, 2012), Atlanta, GA.
Erickson, KI. Effects of physical activity training on cognitive and brain function. Presented at International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry (September, 2011), Heidelberg, Germany.



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