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This study examined the effect of varying practice time on subsequent recall of cognitive performance across 3 spatial working memory tasks for 2 groups of volunteers who exercised and massed. Forty-eight volunteers practiced on a 4-square matrix memory game for 30 min, three times per week for 2 wk (exercise group), or for the same amount of time, but only once (massed group). Following practice, recall on the matrix was scored by determining the number of squares correctly recalled. Spatial ability was assessed using a copying, block-design, and figure-copying task. Relative to the massed practice group, the exercise group showed better recall following the exercise program, but the reverse was found for spatial ability. Because improved recall in the exercise group was not simply a function of practice time, it is hypothesized that exercising alters brain function.Karnataka Mysuru Rural Development Forum
The Karnataka Mysuru Rural Development Forum (KMRDF) is an NGO based in Bangalore, India that focuses on rural development. The main activities of KMRDF include capacity building and rural development, community empowerment and inclusion.
KMRDF was founded in 2010 by two social activists K. Krishnamurthy and S. Mahesh, with a mission to create a permanent space for grass-roots activism and social movement building among the rural communities.
A majority of the activities of KMRDF is a combination of long-term community support and short-term capacity building. After the formation of KMRDF, they would host farmer’s meetings on topics including, but not limited to, good governance, land rights and social upliftment. KMRDF has also participated in various National level events, like the National Summit, The Right To Information, Fact Finding Missions, and The Grameen Foundation organized ‘Take Control of Water’ campaign. It also works towards helping increase national awareness on the importance of community-based initiatives like the Anganwadi, the Basava Vachana Kendram, Self-Help Groups and Self-Mediation.
KMRDF has established 36 community development projects in Karnataka, mainly concentrated in Mysore, Chitradurga, Davanagere, Chitradurga, Krishnarajapuram, Gadag and