Darla M. Castelli
Darla M. Castelli
Northeastern University
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Physical activity, fitness, cognitive function, and academic achievement in children: a systematic review
JE Donnelly, CH Hillman, D Castelli, JL Etnier, S Lee, P Tomporowski, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 48 (6), 1197, 2016
Physical fitness and academic achievement in third-and fifth-grade students
DM Castelli, CH Hillman, SM Buck, HE Erwin
Journal of Sport and exercise Psychology 29 (2), 239-252, 2007
The effect of acute treadmill walking on cognitive control and academic achievement in preadolescent children
CH Hillman, MB Pontifex, LB Raine, DM Castelli, EE Hall, AF Kramer
Neuroscience 159 (3), 1044-1054, 2009
Effects of the FITKids randomized controlled trial on executive control and brain function
CH Hillman, MB Pontifex, DM Castelli, NA Khan, LB Raine, MR Scudder, ...
Pediatrics 134 (4), e1063-e1071, 2014
Aerobic fitness and neurocognitive function in healthy preadolescent children
CH Hillman, DM Castelli, SM Buck
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 37 (11), 1967, 2005
Aerobic fitness and cognitive development: Event-related brain potential and task performance indices of executive control in preadolescent children.
CH Hillman, SM Buck, JR Themanson, MB Pontifex, DM Castelli
Developmental psychology 45 (1), 114, 2009
The effects of an afterschool physical activity program on working memory in preadolescent children
K Kamijo, MB Pontifex, KC O’Leary, MR Scudder, CT Wu, DM Castelli, ...
Developmental science 14 (5), 1046-1058, 2011
The relation of aerobic fitness to stroop task performance in preadolescent children.
SM Buck, CH Hillman, DM Castelli
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 40 (1), 166-172, 2008
The effects of physical activity on functional MRI activation associated with cognitive control in children: a randomized controlled intervention
L Chaddock-Heyman, KI Erickson, MW Voss, AM Knecht, MB Pontifex, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 72, 2013
The relation of adiposity to cognitive control and scholastic achievement in preadolescent children
K Kamijo, NA Khan, MB Pontifex, MR Scudder, ES Drollette, LB Raine, ...
Obesity 20 (12), 2406-2411, 2012
The Relationship of Physical Fitness and Motor Competence to Physical Activity.
DM Castelli, JA Valley
Journal of teaching in physical education 26 (4), 2007
Health-related fitness and physical education teachers’ content knowledge
D Castelli, L Williams
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 26 (1), 3-19, 2007
Comprehensive school-based physical activity promotion: A review
H Erwin, A Beighle, RL Carson, DM Castelli
Quest 65 (4), 412-428, 2013
National physical education standards: a summary of student performance and its correlates
HE Erwin, DM Castelli
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 79 (4), 495-505, 2008
School-based physical activity promotion: A conceptual framework for research and practice
RL Carson, DM Castelli, A Beighle, H Erwin
Childhood Obesity 10 (2), 100-106, 2014
VII. The history of physical activity and academic performance research: informing the future
DM Castelli, EE Centeio, J Hwang, JM Barcelona, EM Glowacki, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 79 (4), 119-148, 2014
The negative association of childhood obesity to cognitive control of action monitoring
K Kamijo, MB Pontifex, NA Khan, LB Raine, MR Scudder, ES Drollette, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (3), 654-662, 2014
Physical literacy and comprehensive school physical activity programs
DM Castelli, EE Centeio, AE Beighle, RL Carson, HM Nicksic
Preventive medicine 66, 95-100, 2014
FIT Kids: Time in target heart zone and cognitive performance
DM Castelli, CH Hillman, J Hirsch, A Hirsch, E Drollette
Preventive Medicine 52, S55-S59, 2011
Acute high-intensity exercise-induced cognitive enhancement and brain-derived neurotrophic factor in young, healthy adults
J Hwang, RM Brothers, DM Castelli, EM Glowacki, YT Chen, MM Salinas, ...
Neuroscience letters 630, 247-253, 2016
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