Les publications

Les publicationsThématique 3

Processus mentaux et contrôle sensorimoteur

  1. Farabet A, Souron R, Millet GY, and Lapole T. Changes in tibialis anterior corticospinal properties after acute prolonged muscle vibration. European journal of applied physiology in press.
  2. Kanthack TFD, Guillot A, Ricardo Altimari L, Nunez Nagy S, Collet C, and Di Rienzo F. Selective Efficacy of Static and Dynamic Imagery in Different States of Physical Fatigue. PloS one 11: e0149654-e0149654, 2016.
  3. Saimpont A, Mercier C, Malouin F, Guillot A, Collet C, Doyon J, and Jackson PL. Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation enhances the effects of motor imagery training in a finger tapping task. European Journal of Neuroscience 43: 113-119, 2016.
  4. Berney S, Betrancourt M, Molinari G, and Hoyek N. How spatial abilities and dynamic visualizations interplay when learning functional anatomy with 3D anatomical models. Anatomical Sciences Education 8: 452-462, 2015.
  5. Di Rienzo F, Blache Y, Kanthack TFD, Monteil K, Collet C, and Guillot A. Short-term effects of integrated motor imagery practice on muscle activation and force performance. Neuroscience 305: 146-156, 2015.
  6. Di Rienzo F, Guillot A, Mateo S, Daligault S, Delpuech C, Rode G, and Collet C. Neuroplasticity of imagined wrist actions after spinal cord injury: a pilot study. Experimental brain research 233: 291-302, 2015.
  7. Forestier N, Terrier R, and Teasdale N. Ankle Muscular Proprioceptive Signals' Relevance for Balance Control on Various Support Surfaces An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 94: 20-27, 2015.
  8. Guillot A, Di Rienzo F, Pialoux V, Simon G, Skinner S, and Rogowski I. Implementation of Motor Imagery during Specific Aerobic Training Session in Young Tennis Players. PloS one 10: 2015.
  9. Lapole T, Temesi J, Arnal PJ, Gimenez P, Petitjean M, and Millet GY. Modulation of soleus corticospinal excitability during Achilles tendon vibration. Experimental brain research 233: 2655-2662, 2015.
  10. Lapole T, Temesi J, Gimenez P, Arnal PJ, Millet GY, and Petitjean M. Achilles tendon vibration-induced changes in plantar flexor corticospinal excitability. Experimental brain research 233: 441-448, 2015.
  11. Lapole T, and Tindel J. Acute effects of muscle vibration on sensorimotor integration. Neuroscience letters 587: 46-50, 2015.
  12. Mateo S, Di Rienzo F, Bergeron V, Guillot A, Collet C, and Rode G. Motor imagery reinforces brain compensation of reach-to-grasp movement after cervical spinal cord injury. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9: 2015.
  13. Mateo S, Di Rienzo F, Reilly KT, Revol P, Delpuech C, Daligault S, Guillot A, Jacquin-Courtois S, Luaute J, Rossetti Y, Collet C, and Rode G. Improvement of grasping after motor imagery in C6-C7 tetraplegia: A kinematic and MEG pilot study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 33: 543-555, 2015.
  14. Mateo S, Roby-Brami A, Reilly KT, Rossetti Y, Collet C, and Rode G. Upper limb kinematics after cervical spinal cord injury: a review. Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12: 2015.
  15. Monjo F, and Forestier N. Electrically-induced muscle fatigue affects feedforward mechanisms of control. Clinical Neurophysiology 126: 1607-1616, 2015.
  16. Monjo F, Terrier R, and Forestier N. Muscle fatigue as an investigative tool in motor control: A review with new insights on internal models and posture-movement coordination. Human Movement Science 44: 225-233, 2015.
  17. Moran A, Bramham J, Collet C, Guillot A, and MacIntyre TE. Motor imagery in clinical disordes: importance and implications. Frontiers in Psychiatry 6: 2015.
  18. Saimpont A, Malouin F, Tousignant B, and Jackson PL. Assessing motor imagery ability in younger and older adults by combining measures of vividness, controllability and timing of motor imagery. Brain Research 1597: 196-209, 2015.
  19. Tisserand R, Robert T, Chabaud P, Livet P, Bonnefoy M, and Cheze L. Comparison between investigations of induced stepping postural responses and voluntary steps to better detect community-dwelling elderly fallers. Neurophysiologie Clinique-Clinical Neurophysiology 45: 269-284, 2015.
  20. Williams SE, Guillot A, Di Rienzo F, and Cumming J. Comparing self-report and mental chronometry measures of motor imagery ability. European Journal of Sport Science 15: 703-711, 2015.
  21. Bonnet CT, Cherraf S, Szaffarczyk S, and Rougier PR. The contribution of body weight distribution and center of pressure location in the control of mediolateral stance. Journal of biomechanics 47: 1603-1608, 2014.
  22. Bonnet CT, Morio C, Szaffarczyk S, and Rougier PR. Postural Mechanisms to Control Body Displacements in the Performance of Lateral Gaze Shifts. Journal of motor behavior 46: 397-405, 2014.
  23. Collet C, Salvia E, and Petit-Boulanger C. Measuring workload with electrodermal activity during common braking actions. Ergonomics 57: 886-896, 2014.
  24. Debarnot U, and Guillot A. When music tempo affects the temporal congruence between physical practice and motor imagery. Acta Psychologica 149: 40-44, 2014.
  25. Debarnot U, Sperduti M, Di Rienzo F, and Guillot A. Experts bodies, experts minds: How physical and mental training shape the brain. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8: 2014.
  26. Di Rienzo F, Collet C, Hoyek N, and Guillot A. Impact of Neurologic Deficits on Motor Imagery: A Systematic Review of Clinical Evaluations. Neuropsychology Review 24: 116-147, 2014.
  27. Di Rienzo F, Guillot A, Daligault S, Delpuech C, Rode G, and Collet C. Motor inhibition during motor imagery: A MEG study with a quadriplegic patient. Neurocase 20: 524-539, 2014.
  28. Di Rienzo F, Guillot A, Mateo S, Daligault S, Delpuech C, Rode G, and Collet C. Neuroplasticity of prehensile neural networks after quadriplegia. Neuroscience 274: 82-92, 2014.
  29. Di Rienzo F, Hoyek N, Collet C, and Guillot A. Physiological changes in response to apnea impact the timing of motor representations: a preliminary study. Behavioral and Brain Functions 10: 2014.
  30. Gruet M, Temesi J, Rupp T, Levy P, Verges S, and Millet GY. Dynamics of corticospinal changes during and after high-intensity quadriceps exercise. Experimental physiology 99: 1053-1064, 2014.
  31. Hoyek N, Champely S, Collet C, Fargier P, and Guillot A. Is Mental Rotation Ability a Predictor of Success for Motor Performance? Journal of Cognition and Development 15: 495-505, 2014.
  32. Hoyek N, Collet C, Di Rienzo F, De Almeida M, and Guillot A. Effectiveness of Three-Dimensional Digital Animation in Teaching Human Anatomy in an Authentic Classroom Context. Anatomical Sciences Education 7: 430-437, 2014.
  33. Hoyek N, Di Rienzo F, Collet C, Creveaux T, and Guillot A. Hand mental rotation is not systematically altered by actual body position: Laterality judgment versus same-different comparison tasks. Attention Perception & Psychophysics 76: 519-526, 2014.
  34. Hoyek N, Di Rienzo F, Collet C, Hoyek F, and Guillot A. The therapeutic role of motor imagery on the functional rehabilitation of a stage II shoulder impingement syndrome. Disability and Rehabilitation 36: 1113-1119, 2014.
  35. Jubeau M, Rupp T, Perrey S, Temesi J, Wuyam B, Levy P, Verges S, and Millet GY. Changes in Voluntary Activation Assessed by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation during Prolonged Cycling Exercise. PloS one 9: 2014.
  36. Monjo F, and Forestier N. Movement unpredictability and temporal constraints affect the integration of muscle fatigue information into forward models. Neuroscience 277: 584-594, 2014.
  37. Monjo F, and Forestier N. Unexperienced mechanical effects of muscular fatigue can be predicted by the Central Nervous System as revealed by anticipatory postural adjustments. Experimental brain research 232: 2931-2943, 2014.
  38. Terrier R, Rose-Dulcina K, Toschi B, and Forestier N. Impaired control of weight bearing ankle inversion in subjects with chronic ankle instability. Clinical Biomechanics 29: 439-443, 2014.