Anne de Bruijn

Anne De Bruijn
PhD student, Educational Sciences department, University of Groningen

Anne de Bruijn is a PhD student in the Educational Sciences department at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. She is currently looking at relations between physical fitness, motor skills and cognition. She examines the effects of different types of physical activity on primary school students’ academic achievement. By also looking at the effects of physical activity on the brain, she aims to find out how physical activity is linked to cognitive performance.

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