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Let's consider the issues of exercise and cognitive function from a different angle, for instance, by moving from a sitting position to standing. Seeing something from different perspectives not only reflects our cognitive flexibility  but also has a direct impact on executive performance. Interestingly, some recent studies have reported a smaller Stroop effect when standing than sitting [2-3] or stepping backward  . This evidences that body posture enhances selective attention anddoi:10.21926/obm.icm.1903055 fatcat:oyphyec2onawzeu5kczdinmxrq