Entraînement, cerveau et intelligence (1cr. FKQ)

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Peut-on devenir plus intelligent en s’entraînement physiquement ? Existe-t-il une relation entre nos capacités physiques et nos capacités intellectuelles? Cette formation vous introduit aux effets potentiels que peut avoir l’entraînement sur les facultés cognitives. Il est question des mécanismes qui sous-tendent l’amélioration du cerveau grâce à l’exercice et des exemples d’interventions sont présentés afin d’outiller les intervenants. Il est également question de l’impact de différentes modalités d’entraînement sur les capacités du cerveau.
Le cours est divisé est 5 courtes capsules vidéo pour une durée totale de 60 min.

Permet d’obtenir 1 crédit de formation de la Fédération des Kinésiologues du Québec

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