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  • Y. Abdelfettah, D. Cherqaoui, E. Y. Anbari, and …, (2012) Résultats fonctionnels après chirurgie des para-ostéoarthropathies neurogènes. à propos de 17 cas colligés au service de médecine physique et …, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00072,
    Title = {Résultats fonctionnels après chirurgie des para-ostéoarthropathies neurogènes. À propos de 17 cas colligés au service de médecine physique et …},
    Author = {Y Abdelfettah and D Cherqaoui and Y El Anbari and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • P. Abraham, B. Noury-Desvaux, M. Gernigon, G. Mahe, T. Sauvaget, G. Leftheriotis, and A. Le Faucheur, (2012) The inter- and intra-unit variability of a low-cost gps data logger/receiver to study human outdoor walking in view of health and clinical studies, Plos one, vol. 7, iss. 2,p. e31338.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0031338 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid22363623,
    author = {Abraham, P. and Noury-Desvaux, B. and Gernigon, M. and Mahe, G. and Sauvaget, T. and Leftheriotis, G. and Le Faucheur, A.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {The inter- and intra-unit variability of a low-cost GPS data logger/receiver to study human outdoor walking in view of health and clinical studies},
    year = {2012},
    number = {2},
    pages = {e31338},
    volume = {7},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0031338},
    }                     

  • C. Albinet, K. Mandrick, P. Bernard, H. Blain, and S. Perrey, (2014) Exercice et cognition chez les seniors: un examen de l’hypothèse cardiorespiratoire par nirs fonctionnelle, Researchgate.net.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00277,
    author = {C Albinet and K Mandrick and PL Bernard and H Blain and S Perrey},
    title = {Exercice et cognition chez les seniors: un examen de l'hypothèse cardiorespiratoire par NIRS fonctionnelle},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2014},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    type = {PDF},
    }                     

  • C. T. Albinet, K. Mandrick, P. L. Bernard, S. Perrey, and H. Blain, (2014) Improved cerebral oxygenation response and executive performance as a function of cardiorespiratory fitness in older women: a fNIRS study, Front aging neurosci, vol. 6,p. 272.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Albinet2014,
    author = {Albinet, C. T. and Mandrick, K. and Bernard, P. L. and Perrey, S. and Blain, H.},
    journal = {Front Aging Neurosci},
    title = {Improved cerebral oxygenation response and executive performance as a function of cardiorespiratory fitness in older women: a f{N}{I}{R}{S} study},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4189417}{PMC4189417}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnagi.2014.00272}{10.3389/fnagi.2014.00272}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25339900}{25339900}]},
    pages = {272},
    volume = {6},
    abstract = {Cardiorespiratory fitness has been shown to protect and enhance cognitive and brain functions, but little is known about the cortical mechanisms that underlie these changes in older adults. In this study, functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) was used to investigate variations in oxyhemoglobin [HbO2] and in deoxyhemoglobin [HHb] in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) during the performance of an executive control task in older women with different levels of cardiorespiratory fitness (VO2max). Thirty-four women aged 60-77 years were classified as high-fit and low-fit based on VO2max measures. They all performed a control counting (CNT) task and the Random Number Generation (RNG) task at two different paces (1 number/1 s and 1 number/1.5 s), allowing to manipulate task difficulty, while hemodynamic responses in the bilateral DLPFCs were recorded using continuous-wave NIRS. The behavioral data revealed that the high-fit women showed significantly better performance on the RNG tasks compared with the low-fit women. The high-fit women showed significant increases in [HbO2] responses in both left and right DLPFCs during the RNG task, while the low-fit women showed significantly less activation in the right DLPFC compared with the right DLPFC of the high-fit women and compared with their own left DLPFC. At the level of the whole sample, increases in the [HbO2] responses in the right DLPFC were found to mediate in part the relationship between VO2max level and executive performance during the RNG task at 1.5 s but not at 1 s. These results provide support for the cardiorespiratory fitness hypothesis and suggest that higher levels of aerobic fitness in older women are related to increased cerebral oxygen supply to the DLPFC, sustaining better cognitive performance.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25339900},
    }                     

  • F. Alderisio, B. G. Bardy, and M. Bernardo, (2016) Entrainment and synchronization in networks of rayleigh–van der pol oscillators with diffusive and haken–kelso–bunz couplings, Biological cybernetics,p. 1–19.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00422-016-0685-7 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{alderisio2016entrainment,
    Title = {Entrainment and synchronization in networks of Rayleigh--van der Pol oscillators with diffusive and Haken--Kelso--Bunz couplings},
    Author = {Alderisio, Francesco and Bardy, Beno{\^\i}t G and Bernardo, Mario},
    Journal = {Biological cybernetics},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {1--19},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00422-016-0685-7},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, G. Derosière, M. Papaiordanidou, M. Billot, and A. Varray, (2015) Cortical motor output decreases after neuromuscular fatigue induced by electrical stimulation of the plantar flexor muscles, Acta physiol (oxf).

    [ Doi 10.1111/apha.12478 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Alexandre2015a,
    author = {Alexandre, F. and Derosière, G. and Papaiordanidou, M. and Billot, M. and Varray, A.},
    title = {Cortical motor output decreases after neuromuscular fatigue induced by electrical stimulation of the plantar flexor muscles},
    journal = {Acta Physiol (Oxf)},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Mar},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/apha.12478}{10.1111/apha.12478}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25740017}{25740017}]},
    abstract = {Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) causes early onset of neuromuscular fatigue. Peripheral electrophysiological explorations suggest that supra-spinal alterations are involved through sensitive afferent pathways. As sensory input is projected over the primary somatosensory cortex (S1), S1 area involvement in inhibiting the central motor drive can be hypothesized. This study assessed cortical activity under a fatiguing NMES protocol at low frequency.\\ Twenty healthy males performed five NMES sequences of 17 trains over the plantar flexors (30 Hz, 4 s on/6 s off). Before and after each sequence, neuromuscular tests composed of maximal voluntary contractions (MVCs) were carried out. Cortical activity was assessed during MVCs with functional near-infrared spectroscopy over S1 and primary motor (M1) areas, through oxy- [HbO] and deoxy-haemoglobin [HbR] variation. Electrophysiological data (H-reflex during MVC, EMG activity and level of voluntary activation) were also recorded.\\ MVC torque significantly decreased after the first 17 NMES trains (P < 0.001). The electrophysiological data were consistent with supra-spinal alterations. In addition, [HbO] declined significantly during the protocol over the S1 and M1 areas from the first 17 NMES trains (P < 0.01 and P < 0.001 respectively), while [HbR] increased (P < 0.05 and P < 0.01 respectively), indicating early decline in cortical activity over both primary cortical areas.\\ The declining cortical activity over the M1 area is highly consistent with the electrophysiological findings and supports motor cortex involvement in the loss of force after a fatiguing NMES protocol. In addition, the declining cortical activity over the S1 area indicates that the decreased motor output from M1 is not due to increased S1 inhibitory activity.},
    doi = {10.1111/apha.12478},
    file = {:publication/Alexandre_et_al-2015-Acta_Physiologica.pdf:PDF},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25740017},
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. HERAUD, A. Sanchez, N. OLIVER, P. GUERIN, R. Candau, and A. Varray, (2014) Rôle des désaturations nocturnes sur l'altération du cortex moteur dans la bpco, Communications ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Booklet{pop00280,
    title = {Rôle des désaturations nocturnes sur l'altération du cortex moteur dans la BPCO},
    author = {Alexandre, Francois and HERAUD, Nelly and Sanchez, Anthony and OLIVER, Nicolas and GUERIN, Philippe and Candau, Robin and Varray, Alain},
    month = {05},
    year = {2014},
    journal = {Communications …},
    publisher = {colloque2014.docsmh.org},
    type = {PDF},
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. Heraud, N. Oliver, and A. Varray, (2014) When muscle weakness is not a purely muscle problem: cortical motor output decreased during quadriceps contractions in \COPD\, Revue des maladies respiratoires, vol. 31, iss. 7,pp. 676-677.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rmr.2014.04.075 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Alexandre2014676,
    author = {F. Alexandre and N. Heraud and N. Oliver and A. Varray},
    journal = {Revue des Maladies Respiratoires},
    title = {When muscle weakness is not a purely muscle problem: Cortical motor output decreased during quadriceps contractions in \{COPD\}},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {0761-8425},
    number = {7},
    pages = {676 - 677},
    volume = {31},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rmr.2014.04.075},
    keywords = {\{COPD\}},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0761842514001909},
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. Héraud, N. Oliver, and A. Varray, (2013) Inadequate activation of cortical motor areas during maximal and submaximal contractions of the knee extensors in copd patients, European respiratory journal, vol. 42, iss. Suppl 57.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Alexandre01092013,
    Title = {Inadequate activation of cortical motor areas during maximal and submaximal contractions of the knee extensors in COPD patients},
    Author = {Alexandre, François and Héraud, Nelly and Oliver, Nicolas and Varray, Alain},
    Journal = {European Respiratory Journal},
    Year = {2013},
    Number = {Suppl 57},
    Volume = {42},
    Abstract = {Introduction: COPD patients present anatomical alterations in the cerebral cortex and inadequate cortical responses during cognitive tasks (Dodd, J.W. et al. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2012; 186(3): 240-245). In addition, exercise intolerance could be modulated by central nervous system (Gagnon, P. et al. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2012; 186(7): 606-615). The hypothesis of cortical implication in the COPD loss of peripheral muscle force is highly relevant. This study thus sought to determine whether cortical motor areas are inadequately activated during lower-limb muscle contractions in COPD.Methods: Fifteen COPD patients (GOLD 2 and 3) and fifteen sex/age-matched healthy controls were tested during maximal voluntary contractions (MVC) and 3 randomized submaximal contractions for 20 s at 10, 30 and 50% of MVC. Cortical activation was assessed through oxygenated hemoglobin concentration ([Oxy-Hb]) variations over premotor (CPM), prefrontal (PFC), primary motor (M1) and primary somatosensory (S1) cortical areas with multichannel near-infrared spectroscopy.Results: Quadriceps strength (QMVC) was lower in patients (p<.05). M1[Oxy-Hb] and PMC[Oxy-Hb] were significantly lower in patients during MVC and submaximal contractions (p<.05), except for 10 and 30% from PMC. QMVC variance was significantly explained by M1[Oxy-Hb] and PMC[Oxy-Hb] (multiple r=0.76). S1[Oxy-Hb] and PFC[Oxy-Hb] showed no significant differences.Conclusion: COPD patients exhibit selective inadequate activation of motor cortical areas during quadriceps contraction, which indicates that an impairment of central motor command is involved in the loss of muscle force production in COPD.},
    Eprint = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/42/Suppl_57/4653.full.pdf+html},
    Url = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/42/Suppl_57/4653.abstract}
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. Heraud, A. Sanchez, N. Oliver, P. Guerin, C. Robin, and A. Varray, (2014) Role of nocturnal desaturation on motor cortex impairment in copd, European respiratory journal, vol. 44, iss. Suppl 58,p. P4742.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{alexandre2014role,
    Title = {Role of nocturnal desaturation on motor cortex impairment in COPD},
    Author = {Alexandre, Francois and Heraud, Nelly and Sanchez, Anthony and Oliver, Nicolas and Guerin, Philippe and Robin, Candau and Varray, Alain},
    Journal = {European Respiratory Journal},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {Suppl 58},
    Pages = {P4742},
    Volume = {44},
    Publisher = {Eur Respiratory Soc}
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. Heraud, A. M. Sanchez, E. Tremey, N. Oliver, P. Guerin, and A. Varray, (2016) Brain damage and motor cortex impairment in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: implication of nonrapid eye movement sleep desaturation, Sleep, vol. 39, iss. 2,p. 327–335.

    [ Doi 10.5665/sleep.5438 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26446126,
    Title = {Brain Damage and Motor Cortex Impairment in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implication of Nonrapid Eye Movement Sleep Desaturation},
    Author = {Alexandre, F. and Heraud, N. and Sanchez, A. M. and Tremey, E. and Oliver, N. and Guerin, P. and Varray, A.},
    Journal = {Sleep},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {327--335},
    Volume = {39},
    Doi = {10.5665/sleep.5438}
    }                     

  • F. Alexandre, N. Heraud, and A. Varray, (2015) Is nocturnal desaturation a trigger for neuronal damage in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease?, Medical hypotheses, vol. 84, iss. 1,pp. 25-30.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.mehy.2014.11.009 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{AlexandreHeraudVarray2015,
    author = {Alexandre, F. and Heraud, N. and Varray, A.},
    journal = {Medical Hypotheses},
    title = {Is nocturnal desaturation a trigger for neuronal damage in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease?},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {0306-9877},
    number = {1},
    pages = {25 - 30},
    volume = {84},
    abstract = {Abstract Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) present many neurological disorders of unknown origin. Although hypoxemia has long been thought to be responsible, several studies have shown evidence of neuronal damage and dysfunction even in non-hypoxemic patients with COPD. Adaptive mechanisms protect the brain from hypoxia: when arterial oxygen tension (PaO2) decreases, the cerebral blood flow (CBF) increases, ensuring continuously adequate oxygen delivery to the brain. However, this mechanism is abolished during non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep. Any drop in PaO2 during \{NREM\} sleep is therefore not compensated by increased CBF, causing decreased cerebral oxygen delivery with subsequent brain hypoxia. Patients with may therefore be exposed to neuronal damage during this critical time. This mechanism is of vital importance for patients with \{COPD\} because of the potentially deleterious cortical effects. Nocturnal desaturation is quite frequent in \{COPD\} and affects approximately one out of two patients who are not hypoxemic during wakefulness. Although the prevalence of \{NREM\} sleep desaturation has never been specifically assessed in COPD, current data suggest that at least half of the nocturnal desaturation in desaturating patients occurs during \{NREM\} sleep. This review presents the rationale for the hypothesis that nocturnal desaturation during \{NREM\} sleep promotes neuronal damage and dysfunction in COPD.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.mehy.2014.11.009},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987714004058},
    }                     

  • Z. M. H. ;. Almurad and D. Delignières, (2016) Evenly spacing in detrended fluctuation analysis, Physica a: statistical mechanics and its applications, vol. 451,pp. 63-69.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.physa.2015.12.155 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Almurad201663,
    author = {Almurad, Z. M. H. ; \& Delignières, D.},
    journal = {Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications},
    title = {Evenly spacing in Detrended Fluctuation Analysis},
    year = {2016},
    issn = {0378-4371},
    pages = {63 - 69},
    volume = {451},
    abstract = {Abstract Detrended Fluctuation Analysis is a widely used method, which aims at assessing the level of self-similarity in time series. This method analyzes the diffusion properties of the signal, by computing the linear regression slope in the diffusion plot, representing in log–log coordinates the relationship between the variability of the signal and the length of the intervals over which this variability is computed. We compare in this paper the results obtained with logarithmically spaced and evenly spaced diffusion plots. The study shows the substantial benefits of evenly spacing, especially in the reduction of the variability of estimation.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.physa.2015.12.155},
    keywords = {Detrended Fluctuation Analysis},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378437116000455},
    }                     

  • C. Anquetil, E. Galano, A. Cif, J. Cottalorda, and ..., (2011) Paralysés cérébraux adultes et injection de corticoïde intra-articulaire dans la prise en charge des luxations de hanche, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00068,
    Title = {Paralysés cérébraux adultes et injection de corticoïde intra-articulaire dans la prise en charge des luxations de hanche},
    Author = {C Anquetil and E Galano and AL Cif and J Cottalorda and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. R. Anwar, Muthalib, S. M. Perrey, S. Wolff, G. Deuschl, U. Heute, and M. Muthuraman, (2014) Differences in hemispherical thalamo-cortical causality analysis during resting-state fmri, Ieee eng med biol soc.,pp. 990-3.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00339,
    Title = {Differences in hemispherical thalamo-cortical causality analysis during resting-state fMRI},
    Author = {Anwar, A.R. and Muthalib and M., Perrey, S. and Wolff, S. and Deuschl, G. and Heute, U. and Muthuraman, M.},
    Journal = {IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc.},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Pages = {990-3},
    Publisher = {ieeexplore.ieee.org},
    Url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=6943759}
    }                     

  • A. R. Anwar, M. Muthalib, S. Perrey, A. Galka, O. Granert, S. Wolff, G. Deuschl, J. Raethjen, U. Heute, and M. Muthuraman, (2013) Comparison of causality analysis on simultaneously measured fmri and nirs signals during motor tasks., Conf proc ieee eng med biol soc, iss. 2013:2628-31.,p. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2013.6610079.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id440,
    author = {Anwar, A.R. and Muthalib, M. and Perrey, S. and Galka, A. and Granert, O. and Wolff, S. and Deuschl, G. and Raethjen, J. and Heute, U. and Muthuraman, M.},
    journal = {Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc},
    title = {Comparison of causality analysis on simultaneously measured fMRI and NIRS signals during motor tasks.},
    year = {2013},
    note = {4 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=12177367473504108426\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    number = {2013:2628-31.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2013.6610079},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {ieeexplore.ieee.org},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=6610079},
    }                     

  • A. R. Anwar, M. Muthalib, S. Perrey, A. Galka, O. Granert, S. Wolff, G. Deuschl, J. Raethjen, U. Heute, and M. Muthuraman, (2012) Directionality analysis on functional magnetic resonance imaging during motor task using granger causality., Conf proc ieee eng med biol soc, iss. 2012;2012:2287-90.,p. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2012.6346419..

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id452,
    author = {Anwar, A.R. and Muthalib, M. and Perrey, S. and Galka, A. and Granert, O. and Wolff, S. and Deuschl, G. and Raethjen, J. and Heute, U. and Muthuraman, M.},
    journal = {Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc},
    title = {Directionality analysis on functional magnetic resonance imaging during motor task using Granger causality.},
    year = {2012},
    number = {2012;2012:2287-90.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2012.6346419.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    }                     

  • A. Anwar, M. Muthalib, S. Perrey, A. Galka, O. Granert, S. Wolff, U. Heute, G. Deuschl, J. Raethjen, and M. Muthuraman, (2016) Effective connectivity of cortical sensorimotor networks during finger movement tasks: a simultaneous fnirs, fmri, eeg study, Brain topography, vol. 29, iss. 5,p. 645–660.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{anwar2016effective,
    Title = {Effective Connectivity of Cortical Sensorimotor Networks During Finger Movement Tasks: A Simultaneous fNIRS, fMRI, EEG Study},
    Author = {Anwar, AR and Muthalib, M and Perrey, S and Galka, A and Granert, O and Wolff, S and Heute, U and Deuschl, G and Raethjen, J and Muthuraman, Muthuraman},
    Journal = {Brain Topography},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {645--660},
    Volume = {29},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • A. Armstrong, J. Issartel, M. Varlet, and L. Marin, (2013) The supplementation of spatial information improves coordination, Neuroscience letters.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00125,
    Title = {The supplementation of spatial information improves coordination},
    Author = {A Armstrong and J Issartel and M Varlet and L Marin},
    Journal = {Neuroscience letters},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=12516095732321334274\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394013004333}
    }                     

  • I. Arnulf, D. Neutel, B. Herlin, J. L. Golmard, S. Leu-Semenescu, V. Cochen de Cock, and M. Vidailhet, (2015) Sleepiness in idiopathic rem sleep behavior disorder and parkinson disease, Sleep, vol. 38, iss. 10,p. 1529–1535.

    [ Doi 10.5665/sleep.5040 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26085299,
    author = {Arnulf, I. and Neutel, D. and Herlin, B. and Golmard, J. L. and Leu-Semenescu, S. and Cochen de Cock, V. and Vidailhet, M.},
    journal = {Sleep},
    title = {Sleepiness in Idiopathic REM Sleep Behavior Disorder and Parkinson Disease},
    year = {2015},
    number = {10},
    pages = {1529--1535},
    volume = {38},
    doi = {10.5665/sleep.5040},
    }                     

  • G. Asín Prieto, R. Cano-de-la-Cuerda, E. López-Larraz, J. Metrot, M. Molinari, and L. E. H. van Dokkum, "Emerging perspectives in stroke rehabilitation," in Emerging therapies in neurorehabilitation, J. L. Pons and D. Torricelli, Eds., Springer berlin heidelberg, 2014, vol. 4, pp. 3-21.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-3-642-38556-8_1 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{AsinPrieto2014,
    Title = {Emerging Perspectives in Stroke Rehabilitation},
    Author = {Asín Prieto, Guillermo and Cano-de-la-Cuerda, Roberto and López-Larraz, Eduardo and Metrot, Julien and Molinari, Marco and van Dokkum, Liesjet E.H.},
    Booktitle = {Emerging Therapies in Neurorehabilitation},
    Publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
    Year = {2014},
    Editor = {Pons, José L and Torricelli, Diego},
    Pages = {3-21},
    Series = {Biosystems \& Biorobotics},
    Volume = {4},
    Doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-38556-8_1},
    ISBN = {978-3-642-38555-1},
    Keywords = {Motor recovery; Patient-centered; Stroke rehabilitation; Technology-based interventions},
    Language = {English},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-38556-8_1}
    }                     

  • C. Assaiante, S. Caudron, C. Fortin, G. Bollini, and ..., (2011) Contribution différentiée des informations proprioceptives statiques versus dynamiques dans le contrôle postural des adolescents avec scoliose, Neurophysiologie ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00315,
    Title = {Contribution différentiée des informations proprioceptives statiques versus dynamiques dans le contrôle postural des adolescents avec scoliose},
    Author = {C Assaiante and S Caudron and C Fortin and G Bollini and ...},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • D. Avitabile, P. Slowinski, B. Bardy, and K. Tsaneva-Atanasova, (2016) Beyond in-phase and anti-phase coordination in a model of joint action, Biological cybernetics, vol. 110, iss. 2,p. 201–216.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00422-016-0691-9 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Avitabile2016,
    Title = {Beyond in-phase and anti-phase coordination in a model of joint action},
    Author = {Avitabile, D. and Slowinski, P. and Bardy, B. and Tsaneva-Atanasova, K.},
    Journal = {Biological Cybernetics},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {201--216},
    Volume = {110},
    Abstract = {In 1985, Haken, Kelso and Bunz proposed a system of coupled nonlinear oscillators as a model of rhythmic movement patterns in human bimanual coordination. Since then, the Haken--Kelso--Bunz (HKB) model has become a modelling paradigm applied extensively in all areas of movement science, including interpersonal motor coordination. However, all previous studies have followed a line of analysis based on slowly varying amplitudes and rotating wave approximations. These approximations lead to a reduced system, consisting of a single differential equation representing the evolution of the relative phase of the two coupled oscillators: the HKB model of the relative phase. Here we take a different approach and systematically investigate the behaviour of the HKB model in the full four-dimensional state space and for general coupling strengths. We perform detailed numerical bifurcation analyses and reveal that the HKB model supports previously unreported dynamical regimes as well as bistability between a variety of coordination patterns. Furthermore, we identify the stability boundaries of distinct coordination regimes in the model and discuss the applicability of our findings to interpersonal coordination and other joint action tasks.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00422-016-0691-9},
    ISSN = {1432-0770},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00422-016-0691-9}
    }                     

  • C. Azevedo Coste, J. Jovic, R. Pissard-Gibollet, and J. Froger, (2014) Continuous gait cycle index estimation for electrical stimulation assisted foot drop correction, J neuroeng rehabil, vol. 11,p. 118.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25108539,
    Title = {Continuous gait cycle index estimation for electrical stimulation assisted foot drop correction},
    Author = {Azevedo Coste, C. and Jovic, J. and Pissard-Gibollet, R. and Froger, J.},
    Journal = {J Neuroeng Rehabil},
    Year = {2014},
    Pages = {118},
    Volume = {11}
    }                     

  • A. S. Bains and N. Schweighofer, (2014) Time-sensitive reorganization of the somatosensory cortex poststroke depends on interaction between Hebbian and homeoplasticity: a simulation study, J. neurophysiol., vol. 112, iss. 12,p. 3240–3250.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bains2014,
    author = {Bains, A. S. and Schweighofer, N.},
    journal = {J. Neurophysiol.},
    title = {Time-sensitive reorganization of the somatosensory cortex poststroke depends on interaction between {H}ebbian and homeoplasticity: a simulation study},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Dec},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4269712}{PMC4269712}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1152/jn.00433.2013}{10.1152/jn.00433.2013}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25274347}{25274347}]},
    number = {12},
    pages = {3240--3250},
    volume = {112},
    abstract = {Together with Hebbian plasticity, homeoplasticity presumably plays a significant, yet unclear, role in recovery postlesion. Here, we undertake a simulation study addressing the role of homeoplasticity and rehabilitation timing poststroke. We first hypothesize that homeoplasticity is essential for recovery and second that rehabilitation training delivered too early, before homeoplasticity has compensated for activity disturbances postlesion, is less effective for recovery than training delivered after a delay. We developed a neural network model of the sensory cortex driven by muscle spindle inputs arising from a six-muscle arm. All synapses underwent Hebbian plasticity, while homeoplasticity adjusted cell excitability to maintain a desired firing distribution. After initial training, the network was lesioned, leading to areas of hyper- and hypoactivity due to the loss of lateral synaptic connections. The network was then retrained through rehabilitative arm movements. We found that network recovery was unsuccessful in the absence of homeoplasticity, as measured by reestablishment of lesion-affected inputs. We also found that a delay preceding rehabilitation led to faster network recovery during the rehabilitation training than no delay. Our simulation results thus suggest that homeoplastic restoration of prelesion activity patterns is essential to functional network recovery via Hebbian plasticity.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25274347},
    }                     

  • K. Bakhti, I. Laffont, and D. Mottet, (2014) Validation d'un index cinématique de la compensation du tronc lors des mouvements de préhension, chez les patients hémiplégiques post accident vasculaire …, Communications affichées.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00281,
    author = {K Bakhti and I Laffont and D Mottet},
    title = {Validation d'un index cinématique de la compensation du tronc lors des mouvements de préhension, chez les patients hémiplégiques post Accident Vasculaire …},
    journal = {Communications affichées},
    year = {2014},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    publisher = {colloque2014.docsmh.org},
    url = {http://colloque2014.docsmh.org/comm_aff.pdf#page=9},
    }                     

  • B. Bardy, (2011) Learning new skills in multimodal enactive environments, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00124,
    Title = {Learning new skills in multimodal enactive environments},
    Author = {BG Bardy},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {3 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=8393392277287123835\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00008/bioconf_skills_00008.html}
    }                     

  • B. Bardy, R. Salesse, M. Gueugnon, Z. Zhao, J. Lagarde, and M. Euromov, (2014) Movement similarities and differences during social interaction, Euromov.eu, vol. 2014.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00237,
    author = {Bardy, Benoit and Salesse, Robin and Gueugnon, Mathieu and Zhao, Zhong and Lagarde, Julien and Euromov, Marin},
    title = {Movement similarities and differences during social interaction},
    journal = {euromov.eu},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {2014},
    month = {10},
    booktitle = {Conference Proceedings - IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
    }                     

  • B. G. Bardy, C. P. Hoffmann, B. Moens, M. Leman, and S. Dalla-Bella, (2015) Sound-induced stabilization of breathing and moving, Annals of the new york academy of sciences, vol. 1337, iss. 1,p. 94–100.

    [ Doi 10.1111/nyas.12650 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bardy2015,
    author = {Bardy, B. G. and Hoffmann, C. P. and Moens, B. and Leman, M. and Dalla-Bella, S.},
    journal = {Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
    title = {Sound-induced stabilization of breathing and moving},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Mar},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nyas.12650}{10.1111/nyas.12650}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25773622}{25773622}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {94--100},
    volume = {1337},
    abstract = {In humans and other animals, the locomotor and respiratory systems are coupled together through mechanical, neurophysiological, and informational interactions. At a macroscopic observer-environment level, these three types of interactions produce locomotor-respiratory coupling (LRC), whose dynamics are evaluated in this paper. A formal analysis of LRC is presented, exploiting tools from synchronization theories and nonlinear dynamics. The results of two recent studies, in which participants were instructed to cycle or exhale at a natural frequency or in synchrony with an external rhythmic sound, are discussed. The metronome was either absent or present (study 1) and close to or far from the natural frequency of the cycling and breathing systems (study 2). The results evidenced a stabilization of cycling, breathing, and LRC when sound was present compared to when it was absent. A decrease in oxygen consumption was also observed, accompanying the increase in sound-induced LRC stabilization. These results obtained with a simple rhythmic metronome beat have consequences for exercising while listening to music; the consequences are further explored here.},
    doi = {10.1111/nyas.12650},
    file = {:pdf\\Sound-induced stabilization of breathing and moving.pdf:PDF;:http\://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nyas.12650/full:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25773622},
    }                     

  • J. Barnay, M. Couturier, O. Troisgros, and ..., (2011) Chronic low back pain patient, a candidate for cardiac rehabilitation?, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00196,
    Title = {Chronic low back pain patient, a candidate for cardiac rehabilitation?},
    Author = {JL Barnay and M Couturier and O Troisgros and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Barnay, M. Couturier, O. Troisgros, and ..., (2011) Le lombalgique chronique, un candidat à la réadaptation cardiovasculaire?, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00282,
    Title = {Le lombalgique chronique, un candidat à la réadaptation cardiovasculaire?},
    Author = {JL Barnay and M Couturier and O Troisgros and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • S. Barthes, B. Coulet, F. Coroian, E. Galano, and ..., (2011) Non functional upper arm surgery of the spastic hand: results and limitations, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00044,
    Title = {Non functional upper arm surgery of the spastic hand: Results and limitations},
    Author = {S Barthes and B Coulet and F Coroian and E Galano and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • S. Bayard, Y. Dauvilliers, H. Yu, M. Croisier-Langenier, A. Rossignol, M. Charif, C. Geny, B. Carlander, and V. Cochen De Cock, (2014) Impulse control disorder and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder in Parkinson's disease, Parkinsonism relat. disord., vol. 20, iss. 12,p. 1411–1414.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bayard2014,
    author = {Bayard, S. and Dauvilliers, Y. and Yu, H. and Croisier-Langenier, M. and Rossignol, A. and Charif, M. and Geny, C. and Carlander, B. and Cochen De Cock, V.},
    journal = {Parkinsonism Relat. Disord.},
    title = {Impulse control disorder and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder in {P}arkinson's disease},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Dec},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.parkreldis.2014.09.020}{10.1016/j.parkreldis.2014.09.020}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25283069}{25283069}]},
    number = {12},
    pages = {1411--1414},
    volume = {20},
    abstract = {The relationship between ICD and RBD is still not yet understood and the results from the current literature are contradictory in PD. We aimed to explore the association between rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD) and impulse control disorder in Parkinson's disease.\\ Ninety-eight non-demented patients with Parkinson's disease underwent one night of video-polysomnography recording. The diagnosis of RBD was established according to clinical and polysomnographic criteria. Impulse control disorders were determined by a gold standard, semi-structured diagnostic interview.\\ Half of the patients (n = 49) reported clinical history of RBD while polysomnographic diagnosis of RBD was confirmed in 31.6% of the patients (n = 31). At least one impulse control disorder was identified in 21.4% of patients, 22.6% with RBD and 20.9% without. Logistic regression controlling for potential confounders indicated that both clinical RBD (OR = 0.34, 95% CI = 0.07-1.48, P = 0.15) and polysomnographic confirmed RBD diagnoses (OR = 0.1.28, 95% CI = 0.31-5.33, P = 0.34) were not associated with impulse control disorder.\\ In Parkinson's disease, REM Sleep Behavior Disorder is not associated with impulse control disorder. The results of our study do not support the notion that PSG-confirmed RBD and ICD share a common pathophysiology.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1353802014003575:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25283069},
    }                     

  • C. Becker, S. R. Lord, S. A. Studenski, S. J. Warden, R. A. Fielding, C. P. Recknor, M. C. Hochberg, S. L. Ferrari, H. Blain, E. F. Binder, Y. Rolland, S. Poiraudeau, C. T. Benson, S. L. Myers, L. Hu, Q. I. Ahmad, K. R. Pacuch, E. V. Gomez, and O. Benichou, (2015) Myostatin antibody (ly2495655) in older weak fallers: a proof-of-concept, randomised, phase 2 trial, The lancet diabetes & endocrinology, vol. 3, iss. 12,pp. 948-957.

    [ Doi 10.1016/S2213-8587(15)00298-3 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Becker2015948,
    author = {Becker, C. and Lord, S. R. and Studenski, S. A. and Warden, S. J. and Fielding, R. A. and Recknor, C. P. and Hochberg, M. C. and Ferrari, S. L. and Blain, H. and Binder, E. F. and Rolland, Y. and Poiraudeau, S. and Benson, C. T. and Myers, S. L. and Hu, L. and Ahmad, Q. I. and Pacuch, K. R. and Gomez, E. V. and Benichou, O.},
    journal = {The Lancet Diabetes \& Endocrinology},
    title = {Myostatin antibody (LY2495655) in older weak fallers: a proof-of-concept, randomised, phase 2 trial},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {2213-8587},
    number = {12},
    pages = {948 - 957},
    volume = {3},
    abstract = {SummaryBackground Myostatin inhibits skeletal muscle growth. The humanised monoclonal antibody \{LY2495655\} (LY) binds and neutralises myostatin. We aimed to test whether \{LY\} increases appendicular lean body mass (aLBM) and improves physical performance in older individuals who have had recent falls and low muscle strength and power. Methods In this proof-of-concept, randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind, parallel, multicentre, phase 2 study, we recruited patients aged 75 years or older who had fallen in the past year from 21 investigator sites across Argentina, Australia, France, Germany, Sweden, and the USA. Eligible patients had low performance on hand grip strength and chair rise tests, tested with the procedure described by Guralnik and colleagues. Participants were stratified by country, age, hand grip strength, and performance on the chair rise test, and were randomly assigned (1:1) by a computer-generated random sequence to receive subcutaneous injections of placebo or 315 mg \{LY\} at weeks 0 (randomisation visit), 4, 8, 12, 16, and 20, followed by 16 weeks observation. The primary outcome was change in aLBM from baseline to 24 weeks. We measured physical performance as secondary outcomes (four-step stair climbing time, usual gait speed, and time to rise five times from a chair without arms, or with arms for participants unable to do it without arms) and exploratory outcomes (12-step stair climbing test, 6-min walking distance, fast gait speed, hand grip strength, and isometric leg extension strength). Efficacy analyses included all randomly assigned patients who received at least one dose and had a baseline and at least one subsequent measure. The primary analysis and all other tests of treatment effect (except physical performance tests) were done at a two-sided alpha level of 0·05. Tests of treatment effect on physical performance tests were done at a pre-specified two-sided alpha level of 0·1. This trial is registered with ClinicalTrials.gov, number NCT01604408. Findings Between June 19, 2012, and Dec 12, 2013, we screened 365 patients. 99 were randomly assigned to receive placebo and 102 to receive LY. Treatment was completed in 85 (86%) of patients given placebo and in 82 (80%) given LY. At 24 weeks, the least-squares mean change in aLBM was −0·123 kg (95% \{CI\} −0·287 to 0·040) in the placebo group and 0·303 kg (0·135 to 0·470) in the \{LY\} group, a difference of 0·43 kg (95% \{CI\} 0·192 to 0·660; p<0·0001). Stair climbing time (four-step and 12-step tests), chair rise with arms, and fast gait speed improved significantly from baseline to week 24 with differences between \{LY\} and placebo of respectively −0·46 s (p=0·093), −1·28 s (p=0·011), −4·15 s (p=0·054), and 0·05 m/s (p=0·088). No effect was detected for other performance-based measures. Injection site reactions were recorded in nine (9%) patients given placebo and in 31 (30%) patients given \{LY\} (p<0·0001), and were generally mild, and led to treatment discontinuation in two patients given LY. Interpretation Our findings show \{LY\} treatment increases lean mass and might improve functional measures of muscle power. Although additional studies are needed to confirm these results, our data suggest \{LY\} should be tested for its potential ability to reduce the risk of falls or physical dependency in older weak fallers. Funding Eli Lilly and Company.},
    doi = {10.1016/S2213-8587(15)00298-3},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213858715002983},
    }                     

  • V. Begel, C. Benoit, A. Correa, D. Cutanda, S. A. Kotz, and S. Dalla Bella, (2016) “lost in time” but still moving to the beat, Neuropsychologia.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{begel2016lost,
    Title = {“Lost in time” but still moving to the beat},
    Author = {Begel, Valentin and Benoit, Charles-Etienne and Correa, Angel and Cutanda, Diana and Kotz, Sonja A and Dalla Bella, Simone},
    Journal = {Neuropsychologia},
    Year = {2016},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla Bella, (2015) Music and brain plasticity, Researchgate.net,pp. 1-16.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00364,
    author = {Dalla Bella, Simone},
    title = {Music and Brain Plasticity},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2015},
    pages = {1-16},
    month = {02},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    }                     

  • D. S. Bella, J. Sowiński, and ..., (2011) Lack of beat isochrony disrupts motor performance in a child drummer prodigy, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00215,
    Title = {Lack of beat isochrony disrupts motor performance in a child drummer prodigy},
    Author = {S Dalla Bella and J Sowiński and ...},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00019/bioconf_skills_00019.html}
    }                     

  • C. E. Benoit, S. Dalla-Bella, N. Farrugia, H. Obrig, S. Mainka, and S. A. Kotz, (2014) Musically cued gait-training improves both perceptual and motor timing in Parkinson's disease, Front hum neurosci, vol. 8,p. 494.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Benoit2014,
    author = {Benoit, C. E. and Dalla-Bella, S. and Farrugia, N. and Obrig, H. and Mainka, S. and Kotz, S. A.},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    title = {Musically cued gait-training improves both perceptual and motor timing in {P}arkinson's disease},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4083221}{PMC4083221}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00494}{10.3389/fnhum.2014.00494}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25071522}{25071522}]},
    pages = {494},
    volume = {8},
    abstract = {It is well established that auditory cueing improves gait in patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease (IPD). Disease-related reductions in speed and step length can be improved by providing rhythmical auditory cues via a metronome or music. However, effects on cognitive aspects of motor control have yet to be thoroughly investigated. If synchronization of movement to an auditory cue relies on a supramodal timing system involved in perceptual, motor, and sensorimotor integration, auditory cueing can be expected to affect both motor and perceptual timing. Here, we tested this hypothesis by assessing perceptual and motor timing in 15 IPD patients before and after a 4-week music training program with rhythmic auditory cueing. Long-term effects were assessed 1 month after the end of the training. Perceptual and motor timing was evaluated with a battery for the assessment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities and compared to that of age-, gender-, and education-matched healthy controls. Prior to training, IPD patients exhibited impaired perceptual and motor timing. Training improved patients' performance in tasks requiring synchronization with isochronous sequences, and enhanced their ability to adapt to durational changes in a sequence in hand tapping tasks. Benefits of cueing extended to time perception (duration discrimination and detection of misaligned beats in musical excerpts). The current results demonstrate that auditory cueing leads to benefits beyond gait and support the idea that coupling gait to rhythmic auditory cues in IPD patients relies on a neuronal network engaged in both perceptual and motor timing.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25071522},
    }                     

  • C. Benoit, S. D. Bella, N. Farrugia, H. Obrig, and S. A. Kotz, (2014) Non-gait related benefits of auditory cueing in parkinson's disease, Procedia - social and behavioral sciences, vol. 126,pp. 210-211.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.378 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Benoit2014210,
    author = {Charles-Etienne Benoit and Simone Dalla Bella and Nicolas Farrugia and Hellmuth Obrig and Sonja A. Kotz},
    journal = {Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},
    title = {Non-gait Related Benefits of Auditory Cueing in Parkinson's Disease},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0428},
    note = {International Conference on Timing and Time Perception, 31 March – 3 April 2014, Corfu, Greece},
    pages = {210 - 211},
    volume = {126},
    abstract = {Abstract Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder that targets mainly dopaminergic neurons of the basal ganglia. \{PD\} is characterized by motor symptoms typically leading to dysfunctional gait. External rhythmic auditory cues have shown beneficial effects on gait kinematics in \{PD\} patients. These effects are likely to be mediated by a general-purpose neuronal network including a cerebello-thalamo-cortical circuit involved in stimulus-driven allocation of attention (i.e., by entrainment), temporal prediction, and sensorimotor synchronization. This implies that the benefits of auditory rhythmical cueing may extend beyond gait functions, a possibility which has not been assessed so far. In the current study, we investigate whether auditory cueing has a positive effect on perceptual and motor timing. Fifteen \{PD\} patients were submitted to a standard auditory cueing program (3 times/week for 30 min, for one month). Gait performance was evaluated using motion capture. In addition, motor (via tapping tasks) and perceptual timing abilities were assessed using the Battery for the Assessment of Auditory Sensorimotor and Timing Abilities (BAASTA). The patients were evaluated before the program, immediately after, and one month after the therapy. Their performance was compared to that of healthy age-matched controls. Improved gait kinematics was observed as a result of the therapy and persisted one month later. Interestingly, these benefits extended to timing abilities. Improved duration discrimination, enhanced detection of misaligned sounds to the beat of music and benefits in paced tapping to a metronome were observed. Our findings indicate that the effects of auditory cueing in \{PD\} extend to both perceptual and motor timing. Sensorimotor coupling is likely to foster brain plasticity leading to non-gait related effects. These findings raise the possibility of applying cueing therapy for the rehabilitation of timing and motor functions in other basal ganglia disorders (e.g., Huntington's disease, stroke).},
    doi = {10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.378},
    keywords = {Cueing},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042814019260},
    }                     

  • M. Bergamasco, B. Bardy, and D. Gopher, Skill training in multimodal virtual environments, Books.google.com, 2012.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Book{pop00020,
    Title = {Skill training in multimodal virtual environments},
    Author = {M Bergamasco and B Bardy and D Gopher},
    Publisher = {books.google.com},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {4 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=16105037887637740615\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Type = {BOOK}
    }                     

  • J. Bernard, A. Pujol, S. Boudokhane, and ..., (2011) Isokinetic trunk strength in teenagers with and without low-back pain: a comparative study, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00256,
    Title = {Isokinetic trunk strength in teenagers with and without low-back pain: A comparative study},
    Author = {JC Bernard and A Pujol and S Boudokhane and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=17754735999322053325\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Bernard, A. Pujol, S. Boudokhane, and ..., (2011) Évaluation isocinétique musculaire du tronc chez des adolescents sains et lombalgiques: étude comparative, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00335,
    Title = {Évaluation isocinétique musculaire du tronc chez des adolescents sains et lombalgiques: étude comparative},
    Author = {JC Bernard and A Pujol and S Boudokhane and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • P. L. Bernard, H. Blain, G. Tallon, and S. Ramdani, (2014) Influence d’un effort induit par la répétition d’un test de marche de 6 minutes sur les réponses posturales de femmes âgées, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e173 - e174.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.629 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bernard2014e173,
    author = {P.L. Bernard and H. Blain and G. Tallon and S. Ramdani},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Influence d’un effort induit par la répétition d’un test de marche de 6 minutes sur les réponses posturales de femmes âgées},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e173 - e174},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.629},
    keywords = {ésExercice aérobie},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714006721},
    }                     

  • P. Bernard, H. Blain, G. Tallon, and S. Ramdani, (2014) Approche méthodologique et application populationnelle des adaptations musculaires isocinétiques, Movement & sport sciences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00055,
    Title = {Approche méthodologique et application populationnelle des adaptations musculaires isocinétiques},
    Author = {PL Bernard and H Blain and G Tallon and S Ramdani},
    Journal = {Movement \& Sport Sciences},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {cairn.info},
    Url = {http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=SM_085_0023}
    }                     

  • P. Bernard, G. Ninot, P. L. Bernard, M. C. Picot, A. Jaussent, G. Tallon, S. Ramdani, and H. Blain, (2014) Effects of a 6-month walking intervention on depression in inactive postmenopausal women: a randomized controlled trial., Aging of mental health, iss. 18,pp. 1-8.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id480,
    author = {Bernard, P. and Ninot, G. and Bernard, P.L. and Picot, M.C. and Jaussent, A.. and Tallon, G. and Ramdani, S. and Blain, H.},
    journal = {Aging of Mental Health},
    title = {Effects of a 6-month walking intervention on depression in inactive postmenopausal women: a randomized controlled trial.},
    year = {2014},
    number = {18},
    pages = {1-8},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_480.pdf},
    }                     

  • P. Bernard, G. Ninot, P. L. Bernard, M. C. Picot, A. Jaussent, G. Tallon, and H. Blain, (2015) Effects of a six-month walking intervention on depression in inactive post-menopausal women: a randomized controlled trial, Aging ment health, vol. 19, iss. 6,p. 485–492.

    [ Doi 10.1080/13607863.2014.948806 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25133492,
    author = {Bernard, P. and Ninot, G. and Bernard, P. L. and Picot, M. C. and Jaussent, A. and Tallon, G. and Blain, H.},
    journal = {Aging Ment Health},
    title = {{{E}ffects of a six-month walking intervention on depression in inactive post-menopausal women: a randomized controlled trial}},
    year = {2015},
    number = {6},
    pages = {485--492},
    volume = {19},
    doi = {10.1080/13607863.2014.948806},
    }                     

  • P. L. Bernard, M. Amato, F. Degache, P. Edouard, S. Ramdani, H. Blain, P. Calmels, and P. Codine, (2012) Reproducibility of the time to peak torque and the joint angle at peak torque on knee of young sportsmen on the isokinetic dynamometer, Ann phys rehabil med, vol. 55, iss. 4,p. 241–251.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bernard2012,
    author = {Bernard, P. L. and Amato, M. and Degache, F. and Edouard, P. and Ramdani, S. and Blain, H. and Calmels, P. and Codine, P.},
    journal = {Ann Phys Rehabil Med},
    title = {Reproducibility of the time to peak torque and the joint angle at peak torque on knee of young sportsmen on the isokinetic dynamometer},
    year = {2012},
    month = {May},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2012.01.005}{10.1016/j.rehab.2012.01.005}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22475877}{22475877}]},
    number = {4},
    pages = {241--251},
    volume = {55},
    abstract = {Although peak torque has shown acceptable reproducibility, this may not be the case with two other often used parameters: time to peak torque (TPT) and the angle of peak torque (APT). Those two parameters should be used for the characterization of muscular adaptations in athletes.\\ The isokinetic performance of the knee extensors and flexors in both limbs was measured in 29 male athletes. The experimental protocol consisted of three consecutive identical paradigms separated by 45 min breaks. Each test consisted of four maximal concentric efforts performed at 60 and 180°/s. Reproducibility was quantified by the standard error measurement (SEM), the coefficient of variation (CV) and by means of intra-class correlation coefficients (ICCs) with the calculation of 6 forms of ICCs.\\ Using ICC as the indicator of reproducibility, the correlations for TPT of both limbs showed a range of 0.51-0.65 in extension and 0.50-0.63 in flexion. For APT, the values were 0.46-0.60 and 0.51-0.81, respectively. In addition, the calculated standard error of measurement (SEM) and CV scores confirmed the low level of absolute reproducibility.\\ Due to their low reproducibility, neither TPT nor APT can serve as independent isokinetic parameters of knee flexor and extensor performance. So, given its reproducibility level, TPT and APT should not be used for the characterization of muscular adaptations in athletes.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22475877},
    }                     

  • P. L. Bernard, G. Tallon, G. Ninot, A. Jaussent, S. Ramdani, O. Coste, M. C. Picot, and H. Blain, (2016) Influence of a brisk walking program on isokinetic muscular capacities of knee in sedentary older women, Aging clinical and experimental research,p. 1–8.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s40520-015-0523-0 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bernard2016,
    Title = {Influence of a brisk walking program on isokinetic muscular capacities of knee in sedentary older women},
    Author = {Bernard, P. L. and Tallon, G. and Ninot, G. and Jaussent, A. and Ramdani, S. and Coste, O. and Picot, M. C. and Blain, H.},
    Journal = {Aging Clinical and Experimental Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {1--8},
    Abstract = {This study analyzed the evolution in peak torque (PT) and mean power (MP) isokinetic parameters in the quadriceps and hamstring muscles of elderly sedentary women who were randomly selected to participate in a brisk walking program for 6 months. The 121 sedentary women of this study presented a mean score of 5.3 ({\textpm}1.7) on the Physical Activity Questionnaire for the Elderly and covered 86 \% of the theoretical distance on the 6-min walk test. The isokinetic evaluation was performed on both sides at 60{\textdegree}/s and 180{\textdegree}/s. PT and MP were selected for analysis. Women in the trained group (n = 61) participated in a program of 78 sessions over 6 months with three sets of 60 min of exercise per week. For this group, heart rate, time and distance were, respectively, 125.2 bt/min ({\textpm}10), 37.9 min ({\textpm}4.2) and 3756.3 m ({\textpm}445.4). The analysis of the group {\texttimes} time interaction demonstrated an increase in the PT of the dominant-side hamstrings (p < 0.001). In the trained group, we observed a significant increase in PT at 60{\textdegree}/s for the hamstrings on both sides (0.01 < p < 0.02) and a significant increase in MP for the hamstrings at 60{\textdegree}/s on the nondominant side (p < 0.05). The study indicates a minor, though significant, influence of a brisk walking program on the peak torque and mean power of the quadriceps and hamstring muscles in sedentary women over 60 years.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s40520-015-0523-0},
    ISSN = {1720-8319},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40520-015-0523-0}
    }                     

  • P. L. {Bernard and F. {Degache, (2014) Isocinétisme et fonction musculaire : de la prévention à la réhabilitation, Mov sport sci/sci mot, iss. 85,pp. 1-6.

    [ Doi 10.1051/sm/2014005 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bernard2014,
    Title = {Isocinétisme et fonction musculaire : de la prévention à la réhabilitation},
    Author = {{Bernard, Pierre Louis} and {Degache, Francis}},
    Journal = {Mov Sport Sci/Sci Mot},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {85},
    Pages = {1-6},
    Doi = {10.1051/sm/2014005},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/sm/2014005}
    }                     

  • P. L. {Bernard, O. {Jame, S. {Ramdani, B. {Seigle, F. {Degache, P. {Collin, J. {Micallef, H. {Blain, and I. {Bonafé, (2014) Bruxisme et réponses posturales avant et après traitement occlusal, Mov sport sci/sci mot, iss. 84,pp. 81-88.

    [ Doi 10.1051/sm/2013064 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{refId0,
    Title = {Bruxisme et réponses posturales avant et après traitement
    occlusal},
    Author = {{Bernard, Pierre Louis} and {Jame, Oliver} and {Ramdani, Sofiane} and {Seigle, Benoît} and {Degache, Francis} and {Collin, Philippe} and {Micallef, Jean-Paul} and {Blain, Hubert} and {Bonafé, Isabelle}},
    Journal = {Mov Sport Sci/Sci
    Mot},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {84},
    Pages = {81-88},
    Doi = {10.1051/sm/2013064},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/sm/2013064}
    }                     

  • C. Berr, F. Balard, H. Blain, and J. Robine, (2012) How to define old age: successful aging and/or longevity., m�decine/sciences, vol. 28, iss. 3,pp. 281-7.

    [ Doi 10.1051/medsci/2012283016 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Berr2012,
    author = {Berr, Claudine and Balard, Fr�d�ric and Blain, Hubert and Robine, Jean-Marie},
    title = {How to define old age: successful aging and/or longevity.},
    journal = {{m�decine/sciences}},
    year = {2012},
    volume = {28},
    number = {3},
    pages = {281-7},
    month = Mar,
    doi = {10.1051/medsci/2012283016},
    file = {:http\://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00704554/file/Berr_Medecines_science_28_281.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {inserm-00704554},
    hal_version = {v1},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{EDP Sciences}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00704554},
    }                     

  • P. Besson, S. Perrey, W. P. Teo, and M. Muthalib, (2016) Commentary: cumulative effects of anodal and priming cathodal tdcs on pegboard test performance and motor cortical excitability, Frontiers in human neuroscience, vol. 10,p. 70.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnhum.2016.00070 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26973492,
    author = {Besson, P. and Perrey, S. and Teo, W. P. and Muthalib, M.},
    journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
    title = {Commentary: Cumulative effects of anodal and priming cathodal tDCS on pegboard test performance and motor cortical excitability},
    year = {2016},
    pages = {70},
    volume = {10},
    doi = {10.3389/fnhum.2016.00070},
    }                     

  • M. Billot, J. Duclay, E. Simoneau-Buessinger, Y. Ballay, and A. Martin, (2014) Is co-contraction responsible for the decline in maximal knee joint torque in older males?, Age, vol. 36, iss. 2,pp. 899-910.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s11357-014-9616-5 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Billot2014,
    Title = {Is co-contraction responsible for the decline in maximal knee joint torque in older males?},
    Author = {Billot, Maxime and Duclay, Julien and Simoneau-Buessinger, EmilieM. and Ballay, Yves and Martin, Alain},
    Journal = {AGE},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {899-910},
    Volume = {36},
    Doi = {10.1007/s11357-014-9616-5},
    ISSN = {0161-9152},
    Keywords = {Antagonist torque; Aging; Muscular co-activation; Knee joint},
    Language = {English},
    Publisher = {Springer Netherlands},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11357-014-9616-5}
    }                     

  • M. Billot, G. A. Handrigan, M. Simoneau, P. Corbeil, and N. Teasdale, (2013) Short term alteration of balance control after a reduction of plantar mechanoreceptor sensation through cooling, Neuroscience letters, vol. 535,pp. 40-44.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neulet.2012.11.022 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Billot201340,
    author = {Maxime Billot and Grant A. Handrigan and Martin Simoneau and Philippe Corbeil and Normand Teasdale},
    journal = {Neuroscience Letters},
    title = {Short term alteration of balance control after a reduction of plantar mechanoreceptor sensation through cooling},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0304-3940},
    pages = {40 - 44},
    volume = {535},
    abstract = {Proprioceptive inputs from the plantar sole contribute to balance control during normal quiet standing. This study investigated the cooling of plantar sole mechanoreceptors through ice immersion and its effects on balance control and lower leg muscle activity. Ten healthy males participated in this study. Plantar sole sensitivity was tested using the two point discriminatory test and the Von Frey monofilaments test. Plantar sole cooling was achieved through foot immersion in ice water. Balance control was measured using a force platform with seven trials (30 s) performed before and after ice water foot immersion. Lower limb balance control muscle activity was measured with electromyography. Ice cooling reduced the plantar sole sensitivity of the foot. A short term alteration in balance control was observed with only the first trial showing significantly greater speed and \{RMS\} of the velocity of the centre of pressure in the cooling condition when compared to control trials before cooling. Muscular activity increased following the first trial. The adaptation observed after the short term alteration of balance control, could result from sensory reweighting processes. It is suggested that the muscular activity increase is evidence of sensory reweighting and contributes to the regulation of balance control when the plantar sole sensation is partially inhibited.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neulet.2012.11.022},
    keywords = {Postural stability},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394012014796},
    }                     

  • M. Billot, G. Handrigan, and N. Teasdale, (2011) Régulation posturale après inhibition des mécanorécepteurs plantaires, Neurophysiologie clinique/ ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00294,
    Title = {Régulation posturale après inhibition des mécanorécepteurs plantaires},
    Author = {M Billot and G Handrigan and N Teasdale},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique/ …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Billot, E. M. Simoneau, Y. Ballay, J. Van Hoecke, and M. A., (2011) How the ankle joint angle alters the antagonist and agonist torque during maximal efforts in dorsi- and plantar flexion, Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, iss. Dec;21(6),p. e273-81.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id291,
    Title = {How the ankle joint angle alters the antagonist and agonist torque during maximal efforts in dorsi- and plantar flexion},
    Author = {Billot,M. and Simoneau,E.M. and Ballay,Y. and Van Hoecke,J. and Martin A.},
    Journal = {Scandinavian Journal of Medicine \& Science in Sports},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {Dec;21(6)},
    Pages = {e273-81},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_291.pdf}
    }                     

  • M. Billot, E. Simoneau, and S. Ramdani, (2011) Marqueurs dynamiques de la posture chez les personnes âgées: cas d'une posture simple vs complexe, Neurophysiologie clinique/ ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00313,
    Title = {Marqueurs dynamiques de la posture chez les personnes âgées: Cas d'une posture simple vs complexe},
    Author = {M Billot and E Simoneau and S Ramdani},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique/ …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • H. Blain, (2014) La chute comme nouvelle indication de l'ostéodensitométrie chez les femmes ménopausées, Npg neurologie-psychiatrie-gériatrie.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00270,
    Title = {La chute comme nouvelle indication de l'ostéodensitométrie chez les femmes ménopausées},
    Author = {H Blain},
    Journal = {NPG Neurologie-Psychiatrie-Gériatrie},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=14375708695366665101\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1627483013001955/pdf?md5=6173e5e6a908a8834fc30a7e20b9eddb\&pid=1-s2.0-S1627483013001955-main.pdf\&_valck=1}
    }                     

  • H. Blain, F. Abecassis, P. A. Adnet, B. Alomène, M. Amouyal, B. Bardy, M. P. Battesti, G. Baptista, P. L. Bernard, J. Berthe, C. Boubakri, J. Burille, M. V. Calmels, B. Combe, D. Delignières, A. Dupeyron, G. Dupeyron, O. Engberink, F. Gressard, D. Hève, D. Jakovenko, C. Jeandel, M. Lapierre, M. S. Léglise, I. Laffont, C. Laurent, B. Lognos, J. M. Lussert, K. Mandrick, V. Marmelat, P. Martin-Gousset, A. Matheron, G. Mercier, C. Meunier, J. Morel, G. Ninot, F. Nouvel, J. P. Ortiz, M. P. Pasdelou, E. Pastor, J. Y. Pélissier, S. Perrey, M. C. Picot, N. Pinto, S. Ramdani, F. Radier-Pontal, E. Royère, I. Rédini-Martinez, J. M. Robine, E. Roux, J. L. Savy, Y. Stephan, D. Strubel, G. Tallon, K. Torre, J. M. Verdier, G. Vergotte, E. Viollet, C. Albinet, J. Ankri, C. Annweiler, A. Benetos, O. Beauchet, G. Berrut, P. Dargent, L. Decker, O. Hanon, M. E. Joël, F. Nourashemi, F. Puisieux, Y. Rolland, G. Ruault, B. Vellas, A. Vuillemin, C. Becker, N. Holand, J. P. Michel, T. Strandberg, A. Bedbrook, S. Granier, T. Camuzat, R. Bourret, N. Best, O. Jonquet, J. E. de la Coussaye, J. Mercier, M. Noguès, M. Aoustin, P. Domy, J. Bringer, P. Augé, C. Bourquin, and J. Bousquet, (2014) Living lab falls-macvia-lr: the falls prevention initiative of the european innovation partnership on active and healthy ageing (eip on aha) in languedoc-roussillon, European geriatric medicine, vol. 5, iss. 6,pp. 416-425.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2014.07.010 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2014416,
    author = {H. Blain and F. Abecassis and P.A. Adnet and B. Alomène and M. Amouyal and B. Bardy and M.P. Battesti and G. Baptista and P.L. Bernard and J. Berthe and C. Boubakri and J. Burille and M.V. Calmels and B. Combe and D. Delignières and A. Dupeyron and G. Dupeyron and O. Engberink and F. Gressard and D. Hève and D. Jakovenko and C. Jeandel and M. Lapierre and M.S. Léglise and I. Laffont and C. Laurent and B. Lognos and J.M. Lussert and K. Mandrick and V. Marmelat and P. Martin-Gousset and A. Matheron and G. Mercier and C. Meunier and J. Morel and G. Ninot and F. Nouvel and J.P. Ortiz and M.P. Pasdelou and E. Pastor and J.Y. Pélissier and S. Perrey and M.C. Picot and N. Pinto and S. Ramdani and F. Radier-Pontal and E. Royère and I. Rédini-Martinez and J.M. Robine and E. Roux and J.L. Savy and Y. Stephan and D. Strubel and G. Tallon and K. Torre and J.M. Verdier and G. Vergotte and E. Viollet and C. Albinet and J. Ankri and C. Annweiler and A. Benetos and O. Beauchet and G. Berrut and P. Dargent and L. Decker and O. Hanon and M.E. Joël and F. Nourashemi and F. Puisieux and Y. Rolland and G. Ruault and B. Vellas and A. Vuillemin and C. Becker and N. Holand and J.P. Michel and T. Strandberg and A. Bedbrook and S. Granier and T. Camuzat and R. Bourret and N. Best and O. Jonquet and J.E. de la Coussaye and J. Mercier and M. Noguès and M. Aoustin and P. Domy and J. Bringer and P. Augé and C. Bourquin and J. Bousquet},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {Living Lab Falls-MACVIA-LR: The falls prevention initiative of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) in Languedoc-Roussillon},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    number = {6},
    pages = {416 - 425},
    volume = {5},
    abstract = {Abstract Falls represent a major cause of burden and death in older adults. The MACVIA-LR (fighting chronic diseases for active and healthy ageing in Languedoc-Roussillon) falls initiative is a cross-cutting Living Lab based on the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) at the regional level. It covers all action plans (A1, A2, A3, B3, \{C2\} and D4) of the \{EIP\} on AHA. The Living Lab will: (i) raise awareness, (ii) drive attitude change with respect to falls and falls prevention and (iii) improve access to information on falls prevention. It aims to reduce fall-related hospitalisations by 30% in 2020 in the région Languedoc-Roussillon (LR). It includes: (i) a falls prevention clinic for the assessment of subjects (with a falls risk) in the two teaching hospitals of Montpellier and Nîmes, (ii) the Regional Ageing Institute (CARSAT-LR), (iii) the Low Vision Institute of Nîmes, (iv) the Lattes Social Welfare Centre, (v) the home automation Institut méditerranéen des métiers de longévité, (vi) teaching, training and coaching as well as (vii) industrial partnership. Two care pathways have been developed (stroke and falls) and are being applied to remote rural areas of the région. The MACVIA-falls prevention initiative is an output of the \{EIP\} on AHA.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2014.07.010},
    keywords = {Active and healthy ageing},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S187876491400165X},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, P. Bernard, G. Canovas, N. Raffort, H. Desfour, L. Soriteau, M. Noguès, T. Camuzat, J. Mercier, A. Dupeyron, and others, (2016) Combining balneotherapy and health promotion to promote active and healthy ageing: the balaruc-macvia-lr approach, Aging clinical and experimental research, vol. 28, iss. 6,p. 1061–1065.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{blain2016combining,
    Title = {Combining balneotherapy and health promotion to promote active and healthy ageing: the Balaruc-MACVIA-LR approach},
    Author = {Blain, H and Bernard, PL and Canovas, G and Raffort, N and Desfour, H and Soriteau, L and Noguès, M and Camuzat, T and Mercier, J and Dupeyron, A and others},
    Journal = {Aging Clinical and Experimental Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {1061--1065},
    Volume = {28},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • H. Blain, S. Chevallier, E. Nogué, M. Picot, M. Amouyal, B. Lognos, P. Dutilleul, and T. Thomas, (2013) Évaluation de la pratique des médecins généralistes pour le dépistage et le traitement de l’ostéoporose chez les femmes de 60 ans et plus, Revue du rhumatisme, vol. 80, iss. 6,pp. 594-598.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rhum.2013.02.004 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2013594,
    author = {Hubert Blain and Sophie Chevallier and Erika Nogué and Marie-Christine Picot and Michel Amouyal and Béatrice Lognos and Patrick Dutilleul and Thierry Thomas},
    journal = {Revue du Rhumatisme},
    title = {Évaluation de la pratique des médecins généralistes pour le dépistage et le traitement de l’ostéoporose chez les femmes de 60 ans et plus},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1169-8330},
    number = {6},
    pages = {594 - 598},
    volume = {80},
    abstract = {RésuméContexte Les indications des traitements anti-ostéoporotiques chez les femmes ménopausées publiées en 2006 par l’Afssaps semblaient incomplètement suivies en France. Les recommandations de 2012 simplifient le dépistage des femmes à haut risque de fracture justifiant d’un traitement. Objectifs Évaluer, en médecine générale, l’adéquation entre la prescription d’ostéodensitométrie (DXA) et ses conditions de remboursement, entre la prescription des traitements anti-ostéoporotiques et les recommandations de 2006 et le nombre de traitements à prescrire si les recommandations 2012 étaient suivies. Méthodes En 2010, 60 médecins ont renseigné chez 471 femmes de 60 ans et plus, sans antécédent d’ostéoporose, les facteurs justifiant d’une \{DXA\} remboursée et d’un traitement anti-ostéoporotique et les variables permettant a posteriori de calculer le score FRAX®. Résultats Au total, 39,1 % des femmes ont un facteur de risque d’ostéoporose indiquant une \{DXA\} remboursée et 53,8 % de ces femmes ont eu une DXA. Une \{DXA\} est effectuée chez 30 % des femmes sans facteur de risque d’ostéoporose. Un traitement anti-ostéoporotique est prescrit chez 8,4 % des femmes sans facteur de risque d’ostéoporose et chez 26,3 % des femmes dans les indications de \{DXA\} remboursée, alors qu’il aurait dû être instauré chez 37,4 % de ces dernières. En utilisant les résultats de \{DXA\} et le score FRAX®, un traitement serait indiqué chez 21,3 % de la population selon les recommandations 2012. Conclusion Nos données montrent qu’en 2010 les médecins généralistes suivaient peu les recommandations françaises pour la prise en charge de l’ostéoporose postménopausique. Il reste à démontrer si les recommandations 2012 seront mieux suivies par les médecins généralistes.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rhum.2013.02.004},
    keywords = {ésOstéoporose},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1169833013000379},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, A. Jaussent, S. Beziat, A. M. Dupuy, P. L. Bernard, D. Mariano-Goulart, J. P. Cristol, C. Sultan, and M. C. Picot, (2012) Low serum IL-6 is associated with high 6-minute walking performance in asymptomatic women aged 20 to 70years, Exp. gerontol., vol. 47, iss. 2,p. 143–148.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2012,
    author = {Blain, H. and Jaussent, A. and Beziat, S. and Dupuy, A. M. and Bernard, P. L. and Mariano-Goulart, D. and Cristol, J. P. and Sultan, C. and Picot, M. C.},
    journal = {Exp. Gerontol.},
    title = {Low serum {I}{L}-6 is associated with high 6-minute walking performance in asymptomatic women aged 20 to 70years},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Feb},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.exger.2011.11.008}{10.1016/j.exger.2011.11.008}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22123428}{22123428}]},
    number = {2},
    pages = {143--148},
    volume = {47},
    abstract = {Cross-sectional associations between low physical performance and inflammatory biomarkers have been reported in healthy subjects and in persons with specific disease conditions. In asymptomatic subjects, whether the inverse association between physical fitness and inflammatory biomarkers is dependent or is independent of fat mass, a significant source of inflammatory cytokines, and is independent of age, muscle mass and strength, endocrine, metabolic, and lifestyle factors is not known. Two hundred and twenty asymptomatic women aged 20 to 72years with a C-reactive protein <5mg/L were assessed for their mean speed over the 6-minute walking test (6MWS) and their serum IL-6, as well as body height, body weight, body lean and fat mass (measured by DXA), waist-to-hip ratio, grip and knee extension strength, physical activities (quantified by the QUANTAP questionnaire), tobacco consumption, serum 25(OH) vitamin D, parathyroid hormone (PTH), estradiol (E2), free testosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I), sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG), calcium, albumin, and creatinine. In the stepwise multiple linear regression model, a 6MWS in the highest quartile (over 1.4m/s) was associated with lower values of serum IL-6 (p=0.02) and with higher values of grip strength (p=0.04) and creatinine (p=0.04). In conclusion, present results demonstrate that the relationship between lower levels of serum IL-6 and higher values of physical fitness in asymptomatic women is independent of age, body composition, and lifestyle, endocrine and metabolic confounders. It remains to be determined whether the inverse relationship between IL-6 and fitness reflects the presence of preclinical inflammatory diseases that could potentially influence fitness in asymptomatic women.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0531556511003172:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22123428},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, M. S. Leglise, P. L. Bernard, A. Dupeyron, E. Pastor, D. Strubel, T. Akbaraly, F. Abecassis, P. A. Adnet, B. Alomene, M. Amouyal, B. Bardy, M. P. Battesti, G. Baptista, C. Boubakri, J. Burille, M. V. Calmels, G. Canovas, B. Combe, D. Delignieres, G. Dupeyron, O. Engberink, F. Gressard, D. Heve, D. Jakovenko, C. Jeandel, M. Lapierre, I. Laffont, C. Laurent, B. Lognos, J. M. Lussert, K. Mandrick, V. Marmelat, P. Martin-Gousset, A. Matheron, G. Mercier, C. Meunier, J. Morel, G. Ninot, F. Nouvel, M. P. Pasdelou, J. Y. Pelissier, S. Perrey, M. C. Picot, N. Pinto, N. Raffort, S. Ramdani, F. Radier-Pontal, E. Royere, I. Redini-Martinez, J. M. Robine, E. Roux, J. L. Savy, Y. Stephan, G. Tallon, K. Torre, J. M. Verdier, G. Vergotte, E. Viollet, A. Bedbrook, S. Granier, T. Camuzat, R. Bourret, O. Jonquet, J. E. de la Coussaye, M. Nogues, M. Aoustin, P. Domy, J. Bringer, J. Mercier, and J. Bousquet, (2015) Living lab macvia-lr: equilibre et prévention des chutes, Presse med, vol. 44 Suppl 1,p. 23–30.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.lpm.2015.07.012 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26482487,
    Title = {Living Lab MACVIA-LR: Equilibre et prévention des chutes},
    Author = {Blain, H. and Leglise, M. S. and Bernard, P. L. and Dupeyron, A. and Pastor, E. and Strubel, D. and Akbaraly, T. and Abecassis, F. and Adnet, P. A. and Alomene, B. and Amouyal, M. and Bardy, B. and Battesti, M. P. and Baptista, G. and Boubakri, C. and Burille, J. and Calmels, M. V. and Canovas, G. and Combe, B. and Delignieres, D. and Dupeyron, G. and Engberink, O. and Gressard, F. and Heve, D. and Jakovenko, D. and Jeandel, C. and Lapierre, M. and Laffont, I. and Laurent, C. and Lognos, B. and Lussert, J. M. and Mandrick, K. and Marmelat, V. and Martin-Gousset, P. and Matheron, A. and Mercier, G. and Meunier, C. and Morel, J. and Ninot, G. and Nouvel, F. and Pasdelou, M. P. and Pelissier, J. Y. and Perrey, S. and Picot, M. C. and Pinto, N. and Raffort, N. and Ramdani, S. and Radier-Pontal, F. and Royere, E. and Redini-Martinez, I. and Robine, J. M. and Roux, E. and Savy, J. L. and Stephan, Y. and Tallon, G. and Torre, K. and Verdier, J. M. and Vergotte, G. and Viollet, E. and Bedbrook, A. and Granier, S. and Camuzat, T. and Bourret, R. and Jonquet, O. and de la Coussaye, J. E. and Nogues, M. and Aoustin, M. and Domy, P. and Bringer, J. and Mercier, J. and Bousquet, J.},
    Journal = {Presse Med},
    Year = {2015},
    Month = {Nov},
    Pages = {23--30},
    Volume = {44 Suppl 1},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.lpm.2015.07.012}
    }                     

  • H. Blain, P. Rambourg, A. Le Quellec, L. Ayach, P. Biboulet, M. Bismuth, A. Blain, J. -P. Boulenger, B. Celton, B. Combe, Y. Dauvilliers, J. -M. Davy, C. Geny, P. Hemmi, D. Hillaire-Buys, A. Jalabert, B. Jung, F. Leclercq, M. -S. Léglise, J. Morel, G. Mourad, M. -P. Ponrouch, F. Puisieux, X. Quantin, I. Quéré, E. Renard, J. Ribstein, I. Roch-Torreilles, Y. Rolland, D. Rosant, A. Terminet, R. Thuret, M. Villiet, N. Deshormières, R. Bourret, J. Bousquet, O. Jonquet, and B. Millat, (2015) Bon usage des médicaments chez le sujet âgé, La revue de médecine interne, vol. 36, iss. 10,pp. 677-689.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.revmed.2015.03.016 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2015677,
    author = {Blain, H. and Rambourg, P. and Le Quellec, A. and Ayach, L. and Biboulet, P. and Bismuth, M. and Blain, A. and Boulenger, J.-P. and Celton, B. and Combe, B. and Dauvilliers, Y. and Davy, J.-M. and Geny, C. and Hemmi, P. and Hillaire-Buys, D. and Jalabert, A. and Jung, B. and Leclercq, F. and Léglise, M.-S. and Morel, J. and Mourad, G. and Ponrouch, M. -P. and Puisieux, F. and Quantin, X. and Quéré, I. and Renard, E. and Ribstein, J. and Roch-Torreilles, I. and Rolland, Y. and Rosant, D. and Terminet, A. and Thuret, R. and Villiet, M. and Deshormières, N. and Bourret, R. and Bousquet, J. and Jonquet, O. and Millat, B.},
    journal = {La Revue de Médecine Interne},
    title = {Bon usage des médicaments chez le sujet âgé},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {0248-8663},
    number = {10},
    pages = {677 - 689},
    volume = {36},
    abstract = {Résumé Les effets indésirables médicamenteux représentent l’une des principales causes évitables d’hospitalisation chez les sujets âgés. Un certain nombre de listes de médicaments potentiellement inappropriés chez les sujets âgés a été publié et il existe de nombreuses recommandations internationales pour le bon usage des médicaments par pathologie, et par tranche d’âge. La présente mise au point précise les règles générales de prescription des médicaments chez les sujets âgés et résume, pour les situations cliniques les plus fréquemment rencontrées, les médicaments sous-utilisés à tort et à recommander, les précautions d’emploi à observer pour réduire les effets secondaires des principaux médicaments pourvoyeurs d’effets indésirables et les médicaments dont le rapport bénéfice/risque est défavorable chez les sujets âgés. Ces recommandations sont synthétisées dans des tableaux didactiques conçus pour être imprimés dans un format de poche et être utilisés au quotidien par les prescripteurs quel que soit leur domaine d’activité, médicale, chirurgicale, ou pharmaceutique. Abstract Drug-induced adverse effects are one of the main avoidable causes of hospitalization in older people. Numerous lists of potentially inappropriate medications for older people have been published, as national and international guidelines for appropriate prescribing in numerous diseases and for different age categories. The present review describes the general rules for an appropriate prescribing in older people and summarizes, for the main conditions encountered in older people, medications that are too often under-prescribed, the precautions of use of the main drugs that induce adverse effects, and drugs for which the benefit to risk ratio is unfavourable in older people. All these data are assembled in educational tables designed to be printed in a practical pocket format and used in daily practice by prescribers, whether physicians, surgeons or pharmacists.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.revmed.2015.03.016},
    keywords = {ésSujet âgé},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0248866315001150},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, Y. Rolland, O. Beauchet, C. Annweiler, C. L. Benhamou, A. Benetos, G. Berrut, M. Audran, S. Bendavid, V. Bousson, K. Briot, M. Brazier, V. Breuil, L. Chapuis, R. Chapurlat, M. Cohen-Solal, B. Cortet, P. Dargent, P. Fardellone, J. M. Feron, J. B. Gauvain, P. Guggenbuhl, O. Hanon, M. Laroche, S. Kolta, E. Lespessailles, B. Letombe, E. Mallet, C. Marcelli, P. Orcel, F. Puisieux, P. Seret, J. C. Souberbielle, B. Sutter, F. Trémollières, G. Weryha, C. Roux, and T. Thomas, (2014) Usefulness of bone density measurement in fallers, Joint bone spine, vol. 81, iss. 5,p. 403–408.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2014a,
    author = {Blain, H. and Rolland, Y. and Beauchet, O. and Annweiler, C. and Benhamou, C. L. and Benetos, A. and Berrut, G. and Audran, M. and Bendavid, S. and Bousson, V. and Briot, K. and Brazier, M. and Breuil, V. and Chapuis, L. and Chapurlat, R. and Cohen-Solal, M. and Cortet, B. and Dargent, P. and Fardellone, P. and Feron, J. M. and Gauvain, J. B. and Guggenbuhl, P. and Hanon, O. and Laroche, M. and Kolta, S. and Lespessailles, E. and Letombe, B. and Mallet, E. and Marcelli, C. and Orcel, P. and Puisieux, F. and Seret, P. and Souberbielle, J. C. and Sutter, B. and Trémollières, F. and Weryha, G. and Roux, C. and Thomas, T.},
    title = {Usefulness of bone density measurement in fallers},
    journal = {Joint Bone Spine},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {81},
    number = {5},
    pages = {403--408},
    month = {Oct},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbspin.2014.01.020}{10.1016/j.jbspin.2014.01.020}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24703626}{24703626}] [1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=16055427564612252855\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    abstract = {The objective of this systematic literature review is to discuss the latest French recommendation issued in 2012 that a fall within the past year should lead to bone mineral density (BMD) measurement using dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA). This recommendation rests on four facts. First, osteoporosis and fall risk are the two leading risk factors for nonvertebral fractures in postmenopausal women. Second, BMD measurement using DXA supplies significant information on the fracture risk independently from the fall risk. Thus, when a fall occurs, the fracture risk increases as BMD decreases. Third, osteoporosis drugs have been proven effective in preventing fractures only in populations with osteoporosis defined based on BMD criteria. Finally, the prevalence of osteoporosis is high in patients who fall and increases in the presence of markers for frailty (e.g., recurrent falls, sarcopenia [low muscle mass and strength], limited mobility, and weight loss), which are risk factors for both osteoporosis and falls. Nevertheless, life expectancy should be taken into account when assessing the appropriateness of DXA in fallers, as osteoporosis treatments require at least 12months to decrease the fracture risk. Another relevant factor is the availability of DXA, which may be limited due to geographic factors, patient dependency, or severe cognitive impairments, for instance. Studies are needed to better determine how the fall risk and frailty should be incorporated into the fracture risk evaluation based on BMD and the FRAX® tool.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1297319X1400044X:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24703626},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, Y. Rolland, O. Beauchet, C. Annweiler, C. Benhamou, A. Benetos, G. Berrut, M. Audran, S. Bendavid, V. Bousson, K. Briot, M. Brazier, V. Breuil, L. Chapuis, R. Chapurlat, M. Cohen-Solal, B. Cortet, P. Dargent, P. Fardellone, J. Feron, J. Gauvain, P. Guggenbuhl, O. Hanon, M. Laroche, S. Kolta, E. Lespessailles, B. Letombe, E. Mallet, C. Marcelli, P. Orcel, F. Puisieux, P. Seret, J. Souberbielle, B. Sutter, F. Trémollières, G. Weryha, C. Roux, and T. Thomas, (2014) Intérêt de l'ostéodensitométrie chez les sujets chuteurs, Revue du rhumatisme, vol. 81, iss. 4,pp. 297-302.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rhum.2014.01.004 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2014,
    author = {Blain, Hubert and Rolland, Yves and Beauchet, Olivier and Annweiler, Cedric and Benhamou, Claude-Laurent and Benetos, Athanase and Berrut, Gilles and Audran, Maurice and Bendavid, Sauveur and Bousson, Valérie and Briot, Karine and Brazier, Michel and Breuil, Véronique and Chapuis, Laure and Chapurlat, Roland and Cohen-Solal, Martine and Cortet, Bernard and Dargent, Patricia and Fardellone, Patrice and Feron, Jean-Marc and Gauvain, Jean-Bernard and Guggenbuhl, Pascal and Hanon, Olivier and Laroche, Michel and Kolta, Sami and Lespessailles, Eric and Letombe, Brigitte and Mallet, Eric and Marcelli, Christian and Orcel, Philippe and Puisieux, Fran{\c c}ois and Seret, Patrick and Souberbielle, Jean-Claude and Sutter, Bruno and Trémollières, Florence and Weryha, Georges and Roux, Christian and Thomas, Thierry},
    title = {Intérêt de l'ostéodensitométrie chez les sujets chuteurs},
    journal = {Revue du Rhumatisme},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {81},
    number = {4},
    pages = {297-302},
    month = Jul,
    doi = {10.1016/j.rhum.2014.01.004},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1169833014000064:URL;:https\://hal-univ-rennes1.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01058268/file/Interet_de_la_osteodensitometrie_chez_les_sujets_chuteurs_accepted.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {hal-01058268},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {Ostéoporose ; Ostéodensitométrie ; Chute ; Prise en charge ; Recommandations ; Fragilité},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{Elsevier}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {https://hal-univ-rennes1.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01058268},
    }                     

  • H. Blain, G. Tallon, L. Decker, A. Jaussent, M. -C. Picot, P. L. Bernard, and S. Ramdani, (2013) Complexity of postural sway is a marker of physical reserve in sedentary asymptomatic postmenopausal women, European geriatric medicine, vol. 4,p. S52-S53.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.171 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{ref1,
    Title = {Complexity of postural sway is a marker of physical reserve in sedentary asymptomatic postmenopausal women},
    Author = {Blain, H. and Tallon, G. and Decker, L. and Jaussent, A. and Picot, M.-C. and Bernard, P. L. and Ramdani, S.},
    Journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    Year = {2013},
    Month = {2015/08/04},
    Pages = {S52-S53},
    Volume = {4},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.171},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.171}
    }                     

  • H. Blain, G. Tallon, A. Jaussent, M. -C. Picot, A. Bussonne, I. Gaubert, S. Ramdani, and P. L. Bernard, (2013) Effect on exercise tolerance and fat mass of a 6-month brisk walking program in sedentary women aged 60 or older: results of a randomized trial, European geriatric medicine, vol. 4, Supplement 1,p. S58 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.190 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2013S58,
    author = {H. Blain and G. Tallon and A. Jaussent and M.-C. Picot and A. Bussonne and I. Gaubert and S. Ramdani and P.L. Bernard},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {Effect on exercise tolerance and fat mass of a 6-month brisk walking program in sedentary women aged 60 or older: Results of a randomized trial},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    note = {9th Congress of the EUGMS, Venice, 2-4 October 2013},
    pages = {S58 -},
    volume = {4, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.190},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764913003069},
    }                     

  • M. Boisgontier, I. Olivier, O. Chenu, and ..., (2011) Les effets du vieillissement physiologique sur le contrôle proprioceptif, Neurophysiologie ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00304,
    Title = {Les effets du vieillissement physiologique sur le contrôle proprioceptif},
    Author = {MP Boisgontier and I Olivier and O Chenu and ...},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • V. Bonnet, C. Azevedo Coste, L. Lapierre, J. Cadic, P. Fraisse, R. Zapata, G. Venture, and C. Geny, (2015) Towards an affordable mobile analysis platform for pathological walking assessment, Robot. auton. syst., vol. 66, iss. C,p. 116–128.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.robot.2014.12.002 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bonnet:2015:TAM:2775750.2776097,
    Title = {Towards an Affordable Mobile Analysis Platform for Pathological Walking Assessment},
    Author = {Bonnet, V. and Azevedo Coste, C. and Lapierre, L. and Cadic, J. and Fraisse, P. and Zapata, R. and Venture, G. and Geny, C.},
    Journal = {Robot. Auton. Syst.},
    Year = {2015},
    Month = apr,
    Number = {C},
    Pages = {116--128},
    Volume = {66},
    Acmid = {2776097},
    Address = {Amsterdam, The Netherlands, The Netherlands},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.robot.2014.12.002},
    ISSN = {0921-8890},
    Issue_date = {April 2015},
    Keywords = {Gait analysis, Kinect sensor, Mobile robot for clinical assessment, Mobile robot navigation, Rehabilitation},
    Numpages = {13},
    Publisher = {North-Holland Publishing Co.},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.robot.2014.12.002}
    }                     

  • V. Bonnet, A. Gonzalez, C. Azevedo-Coste, M. Hayashibe, S. Cotton, and P. Fraisse, (2015) Determination of subject specific whole-body centre of mass using the 3D Statically Equivalent Serial Chain, Gait posture, vol. 41, iss. 1,p. 6.

    [ Doi 10.1525/mp.2015.32.3.272 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bonnet2015,
    author = {Bonnet, V. and Gonzalez, A. and Azevedo-Coste, C. and Hayashibe, M. and Cotton, S. and Fraisse, P.},
    journal = {Gait Posture},
    title = {Determination of subject specific whole-body centre of mass using the 3{D} {S}tatically {E}quivalent {S}erial {C}hain},
    year = {2015},
    month = Sep,
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2014.08.017}{10.1016/j.gaitpost.2014.08.017}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25238952}{25238952}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {6},
    volume = {41},
    abstract = {This study investigates the possibility of using the so-called Statically Equivalent Serial Chain approach to estimate the subject-specific 3D whole-body centre of mass (CoM) location. This approach is based on a compact formulation of the 3D whole-body CoM position associated with a least squares identification process. This process requires a calibration phase that uses stereophotogrammetric and dynamometric data collected in selected static postures. After this calibration phase, the instantaneous position of the identified subject-specific 3D whole-body CoM can be estimated for any motor task using kinematic data only. This approach was experimentally validated on twelve healthy young subjects. The Statically Equivalent Serial Chain solution was validated during static trials with the centre of pressure, with the double integrated ground reaction forces during dynamic tasks, and also compared with a segmental method using a stereophotogrammetric system and anthropometric tables. Considerations relative to the choice of algorithm parameters, such as the number of necessary static postures and their time duration, are discussed. The proposed method shows much smaller differences between the projection of the centre of mass and the centre of pressure (root mean square value under 3.5%) than the method using anthropometric tables (root mean square value over 9%). Same conclusion can be made during dynamic tasks with a smaller difference obtained for SESC (root mean square value under 4% at contrary the 20% obtained with anthropometric table).},
    doi = {10.1525/mp.2015.32.3.272},
    file = {:http\://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01068117:URL;:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S096663621400681X:URL},
    hal_id = {lirmm-01068117},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {3D centre of mass ; Identification ; Biomechanics ; Clinical rehabilitation},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25238952},
    }                     

  • V. Bonnet, S. Ramdani, C. Azevedo-Coste, P. Fraisse, C. Mazza, and A. Cappozzo, (2014) Integration of human walking gyroscopic data using empirical mode decomposition, Sensors, vol. 14, iss. 1,pp. 370-381.

    [ Doi 10.3390/s140100370 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bonnet2014,
    author = {Bonnet, Vincent and Ramdani, Sofiane and Azevedo-Coste, Christine and Fraisse, Philippe and Mazza, Claudia and Cappozzo, Aurelio},
    title = {Integration of Human Walking Gyroscopic Data Using Empirical Mode Decomposition},
    journal = {{Sensors}},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {14},
    number = {1},
    pages = {370-381},
    abstract = {The present study was aimed at evaluating the Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) method to estimate the 3D orientation of the lower trunk during walking using the angular velocity signals generated by a wearable inertial measurement unit (IMU) and notably flawed by drift. The IMU was mounted on the lower trunk (L4-L5) with its active axes aligned with the relevant anatomical axes. The proposed method performs an offline analysis, but has the advantage of not requiring any parameter tuning. The method was validated in two groups of 15 subjects, one during overground walking, with 180° turns, and the other during treadmill walking, both for steady-state and transient speeds, using stereophotogrammetric data. Comparative analysis of the results showed that the IMU/EMD method is able to successfully detrend the integrated angular velocities and estimate lateral bending, flexion-extension as well as axial rotations of the lower trunk during walking with RMS errors of 1 deg for straight walking and lower than 2.5 deg for walking with turns.},
    comment = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24379044
    Review:
    [PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3926562}{PMC3926562}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/s140100370}{10.3390/s140100370}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24379044}{24379044}]
    2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=97780654392172126\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    doi = {10.3390/s140100370},
    file = {NCBI:http\://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24379044:URL;:http\://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-00922705/file/sensors-14-00370-v2_1_.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {lirmm-00922705},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {empirical mode decomposition (EMD); inertial measurement unit (IMU) ; human walking ; motion analysis},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{MDPI}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-00922705},
    }                     

  • V. Bonnet, S. Ramdani, C. Azevedo-Coste, P. Fraisse, C. Mazza, and A. Cappozzo, (2013) Integration of human walking gyroscopic data using empirical mode decomposition, Sensors (basel), vol. 14, iss. 1,p. 370–381.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid24379044,
    author = {Bonnet, V. and Ramdani, S. and Azevedo-Coste, C. and Fraisse, P. and Mazza, C. and Cappozzo, A.},
    journal = {Sensors (Basel)},
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    number = {1},
    pages = {370--381},
    volume = {14},
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id299,
    Title = {A structurally optimal control model for predicting and analyzing human postural coordination},
    Author = {Bonnet, V., Ramdani, S., Fraisse, P., Ramdani, N., Lagarde, J., Bardy, B. G.},
    Journal = {Journal of Biomechanics},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {8 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=11721681871008187011\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {44},
    Pages = {2123-2128},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021929011004210}
    }                     

  • C. Bortolon, D. Capdevielle, R. N. Salesse, and S. Raffard, (2016) Further insight into self-face recognition in schizophrenia patients: why ambiguity matters, Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, vol. 50,pp. 215-222.

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                 @Article{Bortolon2016215,
    author = {Bortolon, C. and Capdevielle, D. and Salesse, R. N. and Raffard, S.},
    journal = {Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry},
    title = {Further insight into self-face recognition in schizophrenia patients: Why ambiguity matters},
    year = {2016},
    issn = {0005-7916},
    pages = {215 - 222},
    volume = {50},
    abstract = {AbstractBackground Although some studies reported specifically self-face processing deficits in patients with schizophrenia disorder (SZ), it remains unclear whether these deficits rather reflect a more global face processing deficit. Contradictory results are probably due to the different methodologies employed and the lack of control of other confounding factors. Moreover, no study has so far evaluated possible daily life self-face recognition difficulties in SZ. Therefore, our primary objective was to investigate self-face recognition in patients suffering from \{SZ\} compared to healthy controls (HC) using an “objective measure” (reaction time and accuracy) and a “subjective measure” (self-report of daily self-face recognition difficulties). Method Twenty-four patients with \{SZ\} and 23 \{HC\} performed a self-face recognition task and completed a questionnaire evaluating daily difficulties in self-face recognition. Recognition task material consisted in three different faces (the own, a famous and an unknown) being morphed in steps of 20%. Results Results showed that \{SZ\} were overall slower than \{HC\} regardless of the face identity, but less accurate only for the faces containing 60%–40% morphing. Moreover, \{SZ\} and \{HC\} reported a similar amount of daily problems with self/other face recognition. No significant correlations were found between objective and subjective measures (p > 0.05). Limitations The small sample size and relatively mild severity of psychopathology does not allow us to generalize our results. Conclusions These results suggest that: (1) patients with \{SZ\} are as capable of recognizing their own face as HC, although they are susceptible to ambiguity; (2) there are far less self recognition deficits in schizophrenia patients than previously postulated.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jbtep.2015.09.006},
    keywords = {Schizophrenia},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0005791615300264},
    }                     

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                 @Article{pmid26903833,
    author = {Bortolon, C. and Capdevielle, D. and Salesse, R. N. and Raffard, S.},
    journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
    title = {Self-Face Recognition in Schizophrenia: An Eye-Tracking Study},
    year = {2016},
    pages = {3},
    volume = {10},
    doi = {10.3389/fnhum.2016.00003},
    }                     

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                 @Article{pop00323,
    Title = {Spinal pain and post poliomyelitis syndrome},
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    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

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                 @Book{pop00121,
    Title = {What Does Cerebral Oxygenation Tell Us About Central Motor Output?},
    Author = {N Bourdillon and S Perrey},
    Publisher = {cdn.intechopen.com},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=1440829037250238142\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Type = {BOOK}
    }                     

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    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2014.07.013 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bousquet2014406,
    author = {J. Bousquet and C. Bourquin and P. Augé and P. Domy and J. Bringer and M. Aoustin and T. Camuzat and R. Bourret and N. Best and O. Jonquet and J.E. de la Coussaye and J.M. Robine and A. Avignon and H. Blain and N. Giraudeau and D. Hève and C. Jeandel and I. Laffont and D. Larrey and C. Laurent and M. Noguès and J.Y. Pélissier and F. Radier-Pontal and E. Royère and A. Bedbrook and S. Granier and F. Abecassis and S. Albert and P.A. Adnet and B. Alomène and M. Amouyal and S. Arnavieilhe and V. Attalin and P. Aubas and M. Badin and G. Baptista and B. Bardy and M.P. Battesti and O. Bénézet and P.L. Bernard and C. Berr and J. Berthe and J. Bockaert and C. Boubakri and A. Bourdin and J.L. Bourrain and G. Bourrel and V. Bouix and J. Burille and S. Cade and D. Caimmi and M.V. Calmels and W. Camu and G. Cavalli and G. Cayla and R. Chiron and B. Combe and D.J. Costa and P. Costa and M.C. Courrouy-Michel and P. Courtet and J.P. Cristol and F. Cuisinier and C. Daien and M. Danko and P. Dauenhauer and M. Dauzat and M. David and J.M. Davy and D. Delignières and P. Demoly and H. Dhivert-Donnadieu and G. Dray and P. Dujols and A. Dupeyron and G. Dupeyron and O. Engberink and P. Fesler and M. Gellerat-Rogier and F. Gouzi and F. Gressard and D. Hoa and S. Jacquemin and J.C. Gris and B. Guillot and V. Handweiler and M. Hayot and S. Jaber and D. Jakovenko and C. Jorgensen and L. Journot and M. Kaczorek and M. Lapierre and D. Laune and M.S. Léglise and A. Le Quellec and F. Leclerc and S. Lehmann and B. Lognos and J.M. Lussert and K. Mandrick and V. Marmelat and P. Martin-Gousset and A. Matheron and G. Mathieu and G. Mercier and P. Messner and C. Meunier and M. Mondain and J. Morel and D. Morquin and P. Nérin and G. Ninot and F. Nouvel and J.P. Ortiz and G. Pandraud and M.P. Pasdelou and J.L. Pasquié and E. Pastor and S. Perrey and Y.M. Pers and M.C. Picot and J.P. Pin and N. Pinto and F. Portejoie and J.L. Pujol and X. Quantin and I. Quéré and N. Raffort and S. Ramdani and J. Reynes and J. Ribstein and I. Rédini-Martinez and S. Richard and K. Ritchie and C. Rolland and F. Roubille and E. Roux and A. Salvat and J.L. Savy and Y. Stephan and D. Strubel and A. Sultan and G. Tallon and H. Tassery and K. Torre and A. Uziel and P. Van de Perre and X. Vasquez and J.M. Verdier and G. Vergotte and L. Vian and C. Viarouge-Reunier and F. Vialla and F. Viart and M. Villain and E. Viollet and J. Ankri and G. Berrut and G. Crooks and M.E. Joël and J.P. Michel and B. Samolinski and T. Strandberg and B. Vellas and J. Mercier},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {MACVIA-LR, Reference site of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) in Languedoc Roussillon},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    number = {6},
    pages = {406 - 415},
    volume = {5},
    abstract = {Abstract The Région Languedoc-Roussillon is the umbrella organisation for an interconnected and integrated project on \{AHA\} covering the 3 pillars of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing. All sub-activities (A1: electronic pharmaceutical file, A2: falls prevention initiative, A3: frailty, B3: chronic respiratory diseases, chronic diseases with comorbidities, oral health and hepatitis virus C chronic infection, \{C2\} and \{D4\} active and independent living and handicap) are included in MACVIA-LR that has a strong political commitment and includes all stakeholders (public, private, patients, policy makers). It is one of the Reference Sites of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing built around chronic diseases, ageing and handicap. The framework of MACVIA-LR has the vision that the prevention and management of \{CDs\} is essential for \{AHA\} promotion and for the reduction of handicap. The main objective of MACVIA-LR is to develop innovative solutions for a network of Living Labs in order to improve the care of patients affected by \{CDs\} in the Languedoc-Roussillon area and to disseminate the innovation.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2014.07.013},
    keywords = {Chronic diseases},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764914001685},
    }                     

  • J. Bousquet, D. Kuh, M. Bewick, T. Standberg, J. Farrell, R. Pengelly, M. E. Joel, L. Rodriguez Manas, J. Mercier, J. Bringer, T. Camuzat, R. Bourret, A. Bedbrook, M. L. Kowalski, B. Samolinski, S. Bonini, C. Brayne, J. P. Michel, J. Venne, P. Viriot-Durandal, J. Alonso, A. Avignon, Y. Ben-Shlomo, P. J. Bousquet, B. Combe, R. Cooper, R. Hardy, G. Laccarino, T. Keil, E. Kesse-Guyot, I. Momas, K. Ritchie, J. M. Robine, C. Thijs, C. Tischer, B. Vellas, A. Zaidi, F. Alonso, K. Andersen Ranberg, V. Andreeva, J. Ankri, S. Arnavielhe, H. Arshad, P. Auge, C. Berr, P. Bertone, H. Blain, A. Blasimme, G. J. Buijs, D. Caimmi, A. Carriazo, A. Cesario, J. Coletta, T. Cosco, M. Criton, F. Cuisinier, P. Demoly, S. Fernandez-Nocelo, B. Fougere, J. Garcia-Aymerich, M. Goldberg, N. Guldemond, Z. Gutter, D. Harman, A. Hendry, D. Heve, M. Illario, C. Jeande, S. Krauss-Etschmann, O. Krys, D. Kula, D. Laune, S. Lehmann, D. Maier, J. Malva, P. Matignon, E. Melen, G. Mercier, G. Moda, A. Nizinkska, M. Nogues, M. O'Neill, J. Y. Pelissier, D. Poethig, D. Porta, D. Postma, F. Puisieux, M. Richards, C. Robalo-Cordeiro, V. Romano, F. Roubille, H. Schulz, A. Scott, P. Senesse, S. Slagter, H. A. Smit, D. Somekh, M. Stafford, J. Suanzes, A. Todo-Bom, J. Touchon, V. Traver-Salcedo, M. Beurden, R. Varraso, I. Vergara, E. Villalba-Mora, N. Wilson, E. Wouters, and M. Zins, (2015) Operational definition of active and healthy ageing (aha): a conceptual framework, The journal of nutrition, health aging, vol. 19, iss. 9,p. 955–960.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s12603-015-0589-6 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bousquet2015,
    Title = {Operational definition of Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA): A conceptual framework},
    Author = {Bousquet, J. and Kuh, D. and Bewick, M. and Standberg, T. and Farrell, J. and Pengelly, R. and Joel, M. E. and Rodriguez Manas, L. and Mercier, J. and Bringer, J. and Camuzat, T. and Bourret, R. and Bedbrook, A. and Kowalski, M. L. and Samolinski, B. and Bonini, S. and Brayne, C. and Michel, J. P. and Venne, J. and Viriot-Durandal, P. and Alonso, J. and Avignon, A. and Ben-Shlomo, Y. and Bousquet, P. J. and Combe, B. and Cooper, R. and Hardy, R. and Laccarino, G. and Keil, T. and Kesse-Guyot, E. and Momas, I. and Ritchie, K. and Robine, J. M. and Thijs, C. and Tischer, C. and Vellas, B. and Zaidi, A. and Alonso, F. and Andersen Ranberg, K. and Andreeva, V. and Ankri, J. and Arnavielhe, S. and Arshad, H. and Auge, P. and Berr, C. and Bertone, P. and Blain, H. and Blasimme, A. and Buijs, G. J. and Caimmi, D. and Carriazo, A. and Cesario, A. and Coletta, J. and Cosco, T. and Criton, M. and Cuisinier, F. and Demoly, P. and Fernandez-Nocelo, S. and Fougere, B. and Garcia-Aymerich, J. and Goldberg, M. and Guldemond, N. and Gutter, Z. and Harman, D. and Hendry, A. and Heve, D. and Illario, M. and Jeande, C. and Krauss-Etschmann, S. and Krys, O. and Kula, D. and Laune, D. and Lehmann, S. and Maier, D. and Malva, J. and Matignon, P. and Melen, E. and Mercier, G. and Moda, G. and Nizinkska, A. and Nogues, M. and O'Neill, M. and Pelissier, J. Y. and Poethig, D. and Porta, D. and Postma, D. and Puisieux, F. and Richards, M. and Robalo-Cordeiro, C. and Romano, V. and Roubille, F. and Schulz, H. and Scott, A. and Senesse, P. and Slagter, S. and Smit, H. A. and Somekh, D. and Stafford, M. and Suanzes, J. and Todo-Bom, A. and Touchon, J. and Traver-Salcedo, V. and Beurden, M. and Varraso, R. and Vergara, I. and Villalba-Mora, E. and Wilson, N. and Wouters, E. and Zins, M.},
    Journal = {The journal of nutrition, health aging},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {9},
    Pages = {955--960},
    Volume = {19},
    Abstract = {Health is a multi-dimensional concept, capturing how people feel and function. The broad concept of Active and Healthy Ageing was proposed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the process of optimizing opportunities for health to enhance quality of life as people age. It applies to both individuals and population groups. A universal Active and Healthy Ageing definition is not available and it may differ depending on the purpose of the definition and/or the questions raised. While the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) has had a major impact, a definition of Active and Healthy Ageing is urgently needed. A meeting was organised in Montpellier, France, October 20-21, 2014 as the annual conference of the EIP on AHA Reference Site MACVIA-LR (Contre les Maladies Chroniques pour un Vieillissement Actif en Languedoc Roussillon) to propose an operational definition of Active and Healthy Ageing including tools that may be used for this. The current paper describes the rationale and the process by which the aims of the meeting will be reached.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s12603-015-0589-6},
    ISSN = {1760-4788},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12603-015-0589-6}
    }                     

  • J. Bousquet, D. Kuh, M. Bewick, T. Strandberg, J. Farrell, R. Pengelly, M. E. Joel, R. L. Mañas, J. Mercier, J. Bringer, T. Camuzat, R. Bourret, A. Bedbrook, M. L. Kowalski, B. Samolinski, S. Bonini, C. Brayne, J. P. Michel, J. Venne, P. Viriot-Durandal, J. Alonso, A. Avignon, P. J. Bousquet, B. Combe, R. Cooper, R. Hardy, G. Iaccarino, T. Keil, E. Kesse-Guyot, I. Momas, K. Ritchie, J. M. Robine, C. Thijs, C. Tischer, B. Vellas, A. Zaidi, F. Alonso, A. K. Ranberg, V. Andreeva, J. Ankri, S. Arnavielhe, S. H. Arshad, P. Augé, C. Berr, P. Bertone, H. Blain, A. Blasimme, G. J. Buijs, D. Caimmi, A. Carriazo, A. Cesario, J. Coletta, T. Cosco, M. Criton, F. Cuisinier, P. Demoly, S. Fernandez-Nocelo, B. Fougère, J. Garcia-Aymerich, M. Goldberg, N. Guldemond, Z. Gutter, D. Harman, A. Hendry, D. Heve, M. Illario, C. Jeandel, S. Krauss-Etschmann, O. Krys, D. Kula, D. Laune, S. Lehmann, D. Maier, J. Malva, P. Matignon, E. Melen, G. Mercier, G. Moda, A. Nizinkska, M. Nogues, M. O’Neill, J. Y. Pelissier, D. Poethig, D. Porta, D. Postma, F. Puisieux, M. Richards, C. Robalo-Cordeiro, V. Romano, F. Roubille, H. Schulz, A. Scott, P. Senesse, S. Slagter, H. A. Smit, D. Somekh, M. Stafford, J. Suanzes, A. Todo-Bom, J. Touchon, V. Traver-Salcedo, V. M. Beurden, R. Varraso, I. Vergara, E. Villalba-Mora, N. Wilson, E. Wouters, and M. Zins, (2015) Operative definition of active and healthy ageing (aha): meeting report. montpellier october 20–21, 2014, European geriatric medicine, vol. 6, iss. 2,pp. 196-200.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2014.12.006 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bousquet2015196,
    author = {J. Bousquet and D. Kuh and M. Bewick and T. Strandberg and J. Farrell and R. Pengelly and M.E. Joel and L. Rodriguez Mañas and J. Mercier and J. Bringer and T. Camuzat and R. Bourret and A. Bedbrook and M.L. Kowalski and B. Samolinski and S. Bonini and C. Brayne and J.P. Michel and J. Venne and P. Viriot-Durandal and J. Alonso and A. Avignon and P.J. Bousquet and B. Combe and R. Cooper and R. Hardy and G. Iaccarino and T. Keil and E. Kesse-Guyot and I. Momas and K. Ritchie and J.M. Robine and C. Thijs and C. Tischer and B. Vellas and A. Zaidi and F. Alonso and K. Andersen Ranberg and V. Andreeva and J. Ankri and S. Arnavielhe and S.H. Arshad and P. Augé and C. Berr and P. Bertone and H. Blain and A. Blasimme and G.J. Buijs and D. Caimmi and A. Carriazo and A. Cesario and J. Coletta and T. Cosco and M. Criton and F. Cuisinier and P. Demoly and S. Fernandez-Nocelo and B. Fougère and J. Garcia-Aymerich and M. Goldberg and N. Guldemond and Z. Gutter and D. Harman and A. Hendry and D. Heve and M. Illario and C. Jeandel and S. Krauss-Etschmann and O. Krys and D. Kula and D. Laune and S. Lehmann and D. Maier and J. Malva and P. Matignon and E. Melen and G. Mercier and G. Moda and A. Nizinkska and M. Nogues and M. O’Neill and J.Y. Pelissier and D. Poethig and D. Porta and D. Postma and F. Puisieux and M. Richards and C. Robalo-Cordeiro and V. Romano and F. Roubille and H. Schulz and A. Scott and P. Senesse and S. Slagter and H.A. Smit and D. Somekh and M. Stafford and J. Suanzes and A. Todo-Bom and J. Touchon and V. Traver-Salcedo and M. Van Beurden and R. Varraso and I. Vergara and E. Villalba-Mora and N. Wilson and E. Wouters and M. Zins},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {Operative definition of active and healthy ageing (AHA): Meeting report. Montpellier October 20–21, 2014},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    number = {2},
    pages = {196 - 200},
    volume = {6},
    abstract = {Abstract The broad concept of Active and Healthy Ageing was proposed by \{WHO\} as the process of optimizing opportunities for health to enhance quality of life as people age. It applies to both individuals and population groups. A universal active and healthy ageing definition is not available and may differ depending on the purpose of the definition and/or the questions raised. The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) has had a major impact but a definition of Active and Healthy Ageing is urgently needed. A meeting was organised in Montpellier October 20-21, 2014 as the annual conference of the \{EIP\} on \{AHA\} Reference Site MACVIA-LR (contre les \{MAladies\} Chroniques pour un \{VIeillissement\} Actif en Languedoc Roussillon). The goal of the meeting was to propose an operational definition of Active and Healthy Ageing as well as tools that may be used for this definition. The current paper provides a summary of the plenary presentations that were given during the meeting.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2014.12.006},
    keywords = {Active and Healthy Ageing},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764914002666},
    }                     

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                 @Article{pop00049,
    Title = {Prophylaxis of heterotopic ossifications: State of the art},
    Author = {FC Boyer and A Rapin and L Percebois-Macadré and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

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                 @Article{Bringard2012,
    author = {Bringard, A. and Layec, G. and Micallef, J. P. and Bendahan, D. and Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology},
    title = {Gas exchange measurements within a magnetic environment: validation of a new system},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Jun},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.resp.2012.02.005}{10.1016/j.resp.2012.02.005}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22366154}{22366154}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {37-46},
    volume = {182},
    abstract = {Although simultaneous measurements of pulmonary oxygen uptake (VO2) and Phosphorus-31 magnetic resonance spectroscopy ((31)P MRS) is attractive to investigate muscular metabolism during exercise, the superconducting magnet requires the design of specific gas exchange analyser (GEA). Thus, this study aimed to assess the validity of a commercial GEA system (ZAN600) compatible with (31)P MRS measurements. Using nonmagnetic pneumotachograph and prolonged sampling line (from 2m, control condition, to 6.5m) did not alter the proper synchronisation between flow and gas concentration signals. Also, end-expiratory fraction of O2 (FETO2) and CO(2) (FETCO2), and finally the values of steady-state ventilation (V(E)), carbon dioxide production (VCO2) and VO2 kinetics during moderate knee-extension exercise were not significantly different between 2m and 6.5m conditions and between 6.5m condition inside and outside the magnet. These results showed that a prolonged sampling line used inside the superconducting magnet did not affect the accuracy of VO2 measurements of a commercial GEA system; the latter appears suitable for simultaneous measurements of VO2 and (31)P MRS.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1569904812000456:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22366154},
    }                     

  • D. Capdevielle, R. Salesse, J. Del-Monte, M. Varlet, L. Marin, J. -P. Boulenger, R. Smith, B. Bardy, and S. Raffard, (2013) 1283 – social motor coordinations: a study with schizophrenia and social phobic patients, European psychiatry, vol. 28, Supplement 1,p. 1 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/S0924-9338(13)76346-6 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Capdevielle20131,
    author = {D. Capdevielle and R. Salesse and J. Del-Monte and M. Varlet and L. Marin and J.-P. Boulenger and R. Smith and B. Bardy and S. Raffard},
    journal = {European Psychiatry},
    title = {1283 – Social motor coordinations: a study with schizophrenia and social phobic patients},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0924-9338},
    note = {Abstracts of the 21th European Congress of Psychiatry},
    pages = {1 -},
    volume = {28, Supplement 1},
    abstract = {Introduction Social interactions dysfunctions make up core symptoms of many mental disorders and have been extensively studied through cognitive paradigms gathered under the concept of social cognition. Nevertheless, a growing body of literature have demonstrated that motor coordination is an important feature of these human social interactions but has been little studied in the context of mental diseases. Objective In this study, we propose to compare the processes of inter-agent coordination in healthy and socially impaired clinical populations (e.g. schizophrenia and social phobia patients). Method 20 schizophrenia and 20 social phobia patients were compared to 20 healthy subjects using an hand-held pendulum paradigm in intentional and unintentional interpersonal motor coordination, with different leadership conditions. All participants had psychopathological and neuropsychological evaluations. Results Our results demonstrated that each group of subject was characterised by specific signature concerning interpersonal motor coordination. More specifically, instability of the coordination and temporal delay between patient and controls revealed that schizophrenia impaired intentional coordination but not spontaneous non-intentional coordination whereas social phobia only affected leader conditions. Conclusion Taken altogether, these preliminary results give evidence that motor control through motor coordination behaviours is a fundamental part of social interactions deficits in schizophrenia and social phobia. These results lead us to examine if the evaluation of motor coordination during a social interactions could help to discriminate the deficits in social interactions and to propose specific therapy for their rehabilitation. Acknowledgements This research was supported by an Agence Nationale de la Recherche grant (Project \{SCAD\} # ANR-09- BLAN-0405-03).},
    doi = {10.1016/S0924-9338(13)76346-6},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0924933813763466},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock, (2016) Sleepwalking, Current treatment options in neurology, vol. 18, iss. 2,p. 6.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s11940-015-0388-8 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26874839,
    author = {Cochen De Cock, V.},
    title = {Sleepwalking},
    journal = {Current Treatment Options in Neurology},
    year = {2016},
    volume = {18},
    number = {2},
    pages = {6},
    month = {Feb},
    doi = {10.1007/s11940-015-0388-8},
    file = {:publication/Cochen-de-Cock-2016-Sleepwalking.pdf:PDF},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock, S. Bayard, I. Jaussent, M. Charif, M. Grini, M. C. Langenier, H. Yu, R. Lopez, C. Geny, B. Carlander, and Y. Dauvilliers, (2014) Daytime sleepiness in Parkinson's disease: a reappraisal, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 9,p. e107278.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25198548,
    author = {Cochen De Cock, V. and Bayard, S. and Jaussent, I. and Charif, M. and Grini, M. and Langenier, M. C. and Yu, H. and Lopez, R. and Geny, C. and Carlander, B. and Dauvilliers, Y.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Daytime sleepiness in {P}arkinson's disease: a reappraisal},
    year = {2014},
    number = {9},
    pages = {e107278},
    volume = {9},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock, N. Benard-Serre, V. Driss, M. Granier, M. Charif, B. Carlander, M. Desplan, M. Croisier Langenier, D. Cugy, and S. Bayard, (2015) Supine sleep and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in parkinson's disease, Sleep medicine, vol. 16, iss. 12,pp. 1497-1501.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.sleep.2014.09.014 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{CochenDeCock20151497,
    author = {Cochen De Cock, V. and Benard-Serre, N. and Driss, V. and Granier, M. and Charif, M. and Carlander, B. and Desplan, M. and Croisier Langenier, M. and Cugy, D. and Bayard, S.},
    journal = {Sleep Medicine},
    title = {Supine sleep and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in Parkinson's disease},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {1389-9457},
    number = {12},
    pages = {1497 - 1501},
    volume = {16},
    abstract = {AbstractObjective Supine sleep is associated with increased obstructive sleep apnea. People with Parkinson's disease (PD) complain about difficulties turning around in bed. The relationship between supine sleep and sleep-disordered breathing has never been explored in people with Parkinson's disease. Methods Fifteen consecutive people with \{PD\} with severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) were compared to: (1) 15 age-matched, gender-matched, body mass index-matched and Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale-III score-matched people with \{PD\} without sleep-disordered breathing; (2) 11 age-matched and gender-matched people with severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) alone; and (3) 11 age-matched and gender-matched healthy controls. Outcomes were: number of position changes during the night and per hour of sleep, and the percentage of sleep time spent in supine. Results People with \{PD\} and severe \{OSAS\} spent most of their sleep time in the supine position (93 ± 11%); while people with \{PD\} without \{OSAS\} (61 ± 24%, p < 0.001), people with isolated, severe \{OSAS\} (50 ± 28%, p < 0.001), and the controls (40 ± 21, p < 0.001) spent significantly less time on their back. People with \{PD\} and severe \{OSAS\} changed their position in bed per hour of sleep (0.4 ± 0.5) less frequently than those with \{PD\} without \{OSAS\} (1.1 ± 0.8, p = 0.002), those with isolated \{OSAS\} (1.2 ± 1.0, p = 0.006) and the controls (1.5 ± 0.5, p < 0.001). Conclusion \{PD\} and severe \{OSAS\} are associated with a major reduction in the number of position changes and an increased supine sleep position during the night. For people with PD, alleviating the difficulties of turning around in bed might reduce the supine sleep position and improve sleep-disordered breathing.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.sleep.2014.09.014},
    keywords = {Parkinson's disease},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2016.01.12},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1389945714004717},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock and A. Terminet, (2015) Rem sleep behavior disorder in dementia with lewy bodies., Geriatrie et psychologie neuropsychiatrie du vieillissement.

    [ Doi 10.1684/pnv.2015.0519 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00235,
    Title = {REM sleep behavior disorder in dementia with Lewy bodies.},
    Author = {Cochen De Cock, V. and Terminet, A.},
    Journal = {Geriatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Abstract = {REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is included in the diagnostic criteria for dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), and is useful for being distinguished from Alzheimer's disease. However, RBD can precede DLB for a few years and be a warning symptom when associated with visuospatial disorders and hypometabolism in occipital regions by SPECT. When RBD are associated with dangerous behaviors or increased risk of fall out of bed, they must be treated. However, RBD can be difficult to be differentiated from hallucinations related to nocturnal delirium, both symptoms being frequently associated.},
    Doi = {10.1684/pnv.2015.0519},
    Publisher = {europepmc.org},
    Url = {http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/25786427}
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock and A. Terminet, (2015) Le trouble du comportement en sommeil paradoxal au cours de la démence à corps de lewy, Gériatrie et psychologie neuropsychiatrie du ….

    [ Doi 10.1684/pnv.2015.0519 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00298,
    Title = {Le trouble du comportement en sommeil paradoxal au cours de la démence à corps de Lewy},
    Author = {Cochen De Cock, V. and Terminet, A.},
    Journal = {Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du …},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Doi = {10.1684/pnv.2015.0519},
    Publisher = {jle.com},
    Url = {http://www.jle.com/fr/revues/gpn/e-docs/le_trouble_du_comportement_en_sommeil_paradoxal_au_cours_de_la_demence_a_corps_de_lewy_303970/article.phtml?tab=texte}
    }                     

  • V. S. M. . . R. C. Coey C. A. and M. J. Richardson, (2011) Effects of movement stability and congruency on the emergence of spontaneous interpersonal coordination, Experimental brain research, iss. 211,p. 483–493.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id307,
    author = {Coey, C. A., Varlet, M., Schmidt, R. C., \& Richardson, M. J.},
    journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    title = {Effects of movement stability and congruency on the emergence of spontaneous interpersonal coordination},
    year = {2011},
    number = {211},
    pages = {483–493},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_307.pdf},
    }                     

  • C. Coey, M. Varlet, and M. Richardson, (2012) Coordination dynamics in a socially situated nervous system., Front. hum. neurosci., iss. 6,p. :164. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00164.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id364,
    author = {Coey,CA and Varlet,M and Richardson,MJ},
    journal = {Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
    title = {Coordination dynamics in a socially situated nervous system.},
    year = {2012},
    number = {6},
    pages = {:164. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00164},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    }                     

  • C. Coey, M. Varlet, R. Schmidt, and ..., (2011) Agency and rhythmic coordination: are we naught but moving dots, Proceedings of the 33rd ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00135,
    Title = {Agency and rhythmic coordination: Are we naught but moving dots},
    Author = {CA Coey and M Varlet and RC Schmidt and ...},
    Journal = {Proceedings of the 33rd …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4581577741374213831\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {mindmodeling.org},
    Type = {PDF}
    }                     

  • C. Collet, M. Grangeon, A. Guillot, and ..., (2011) Neurophysiological features of motor imagery with applications in motor rehabilitation, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00050,
    Title = {Neurophysiological features of motor imagery with applications in motor rehabilitation},
    Author = {C Collet and M Grangeon and A Guillot and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, K. Bakhti, E. Galano, and ..., (2012) Functional assessment of hemiparetic upper extremity after stroke: literature review, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00234,
    Title = {Functional assessment of hemiparetic upper extremity after stroke: Literature review},
    Author = {F Coroian and K Bakhti and E Galano and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, B. Coulet, C. Jourdan, O. Choquet, and I. Laffont, (2016) Percutaneous needle tenotomy in the treatment of neuro-orthopedic complications of upper limb related to central nervous system impairment: open study on 12 patients, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e143.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{CoroianCouletJourdanEtAl2016,
    Title = {Percutaneous needle tenotomy in the treatment of neuro-orthopedic complications of upper limb related to central nervous system impairment: Open study on 12 patients},
    Author = {Coroian, Flavia and Coulet, Bertrand and Jourdan, Claire and Choquet, Olivier and Laffont, Isabelle},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e143},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, J. Froger, B. H-Y. Koang, C. Jourdan, K. Bakhti, M. Julia, A. Jaussent, C. Hérisson, and I. Laffont, (2016) Isokinetic muscular strengthening of upper limb versus passive movement in chronic stroke patients. randomised controlled trial, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e72.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{coroian2016isokinetic,
    Title = {Isokinetic muscular strengthening of upper limb versus passive movement in chronic stroke patients. Randomised controlled trial},
    Author = {Coroian, Flavia and Froger, Jérôme and Koang, H-Y Bonnin and Jourdan, Claire and Bakhti, Karima and Julia, Marc and Jaussent, Audrey and H{\'e}risson, Christian and Laffont, Isabelle},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e72},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, C. Jourdan, J. Froger, C. Anquetil, O. Choquet, B. Coulet, and I. Laffont, (2016) Percutaneous needle tenotomy for the treatment of muscle and tendon contractures in adults with brain damage: results and complications, Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{coroian2016percutaneous,
    Title = {Percutaneous needle tenotomy for the treatment of muscle and tendon contractures in adults with brain damage: results and complications},
    Author = {Coroian, Flavia and Jourdan, Claire and Froger, Jérome and Anquetil, Claire and Choquet, Olivier and Coulet, Bertand and Laffont, Isabelle},
    Journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
    Year = {2016},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, M. Julia, N. Hammami, D. Mottet, and ..., (2011) Isokinetic program in stroke survivors with chronic upper limb hemiparesis, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00052,
    Title = {Isokinetic program in stroke survivors with chronic upper limb hemiparesis},
    Author = {F Coroian and M Julia and N Hammami and D Mottet and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, M. Julia, N. Hammami, D. Mottet, and ..., (2011) Patients hémiparétiques séquellaires: intérêt du renforcement musculaire isocinétique du membre supérieur, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00070,
    Title = {Patients hémiparétiques séquellaires: intérêt du renforcement musculaire isocinétique du membre supérieur},
    Author = {F Coroian and M Julia and N Hammami and D Mottet and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • L. Corti, E. Galano, J. Froger, K. Bakhti, and ..., (2012) Unusual localizations of heterotopic ossification in traumatic brain injury, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00047,
    Title = {Unusual localizations of heterotopic ossification in traumatic brain injury},
    Author = {L Corti and E Galano and J Froger and K Bakhti and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Coste, M. Gueugnon, R. N. Salesse, B. G. Bardy, and L. Marin, (2015) Synchronisation du système postural à l’aide d’une stimulation auditive périodique discrète, Neurophysiologie clinique, vol. 45, iss. 4–5,p. 413 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neucli.2015.10.066 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Coste2015413,
    author = {Coste, A. and Gueugnon, M. and Salesse, R. N. and Bardy, B. G. and Marin, L.},
    journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique},
    title = {Synchronisation du système postural à l’aide d’une stimulation auditive périodique discrète},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {0987-7053},
    month = {Novembre},
    note = {Special issue : Balance and Gait},
    number = {4–5},
    pages = {413 -},
    volume = {45},
    abstract = {Introduction L’utilisation de stimuli auditifs discrets générés par un métronome pour la synchronisation de mouvements rythmiques est connue pour améliorer la stabilité locale (diminution de la variabilité du mouvement appelée ancrage) et la stabilité globale des coordinations (retard de la transition de patrons). Néanmoins, les travaux portant sur la synchronisation posturale avec une information extérieure se sont principalement cantonnés à une stimulation continue, illustrant alors les caractéristiques dynamiques du système postural. L’objectif de cette étude était de montrer l’intérêt d’une synchronisation posturale avec un environnement auditif discret et les bénéfices qui l’accompagnent. Matériel et méthode Vingt adultes se tenaient debout dans une position confortable, équipés d’un casque audio. Premièrement, ils étaient exposés à l’écoute d’un métronome à différentes fréquences : silence ; 0,25 Hz ; 0,50 Hz ; 1 Hz (synchronisation non-intentionnelle). Deuxièmement, ils devaient synchroniser leurs mouvements posturaux dans le plan antéro-postérieur pour chaque « bip » du métronome (synchronisation intentionnelle). Résultats Nos résultats montrent qu’un environnement auditif discret est propice à une synchronisation du système postural. Les effets étaient majorés lorsque la fréquence de stimulation était proche de celle des oscillations posturales naturelles du sujet. Par ailleurs, un phénomène d’ancrage (augmentation de la régularité du mouvement) ainsi qu’un retard de transition de patrons de coordination (phase vers antiphase) étaient observés dans la condition intentionnelle aux fréquences les plus basses. Discussion–conclusion Notre étude suggère ainsi que l’utilisation de stimuli auditifs discrets permet d’augmenter la stabilité dynamique de la posture.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neucli.2015.10.066},
    keywords = {Dynamique de synchronisation},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0987705315001379},
    }                     

  • A. Couillard, E. Tremey, C. Prefaut, A. Varray, and N. Heraud, (2016) The self-perception of dyspnoea threshold during the 6-min walk test: a good alternative to estimate the ventilatory threshold in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, International journal of rehabilitation research, vol. 39, iss. 4,p. 320–325.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{couillard2016self,
    Title = {The self-perception of dyspnoea threshold during the 6-min walk test: a good alternative to estimate the ventilatory threshold in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease},
    Author = {Couillard, Annabelle and Tremey, Emilie and Prefaut, Christian and Varray, Alain and Heraud, Nelly},
    Journal = {International Journal of Rehabilitation Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {4},
    Pages = {320--325},
    Volume = {39},
    Publisher = {LWW}
    }                     

  • S. Dalhoumi, G. Derosiere, G. Dray, J. Montmain, and S. Perrey, "Graph-based transfer learning for managing brain signals variability in nirs-based bcis," in Information processing and management of uncertainty in knowledge-based systems, A. Laurent, O. Strauss, B. Bouchon-Meunier, and R. Yager, Eds., Springer international publishing, 2014, vol. 443, pp. 294-303.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-3-319-08855-6_30 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{Dalhoumi2014,
    Title = {Graph-Based Transfer Learning for Managing Brain Signals Variability in NIRS-Based BCIs},
    Author = {Dalhoumi, Sami and Derosiere, Gérard and Dray, Gérard and Montmain, Jacky and Perrey, Stéphane},
    Booktitle = {Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems},
    Publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
    Year = {2014},
    Editor = {Laurent, Anne and Strauss, Olivier and Bouchon-Meunier, Bernadette and Yager, RonaldR.},
    Pages = {294-303},
    Series = {Communications in Computer and Information Science},
    Volume = {443},
    Doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-08855-6_30},
    ISBN = {978-3-319-08854-9},
    Keywords = {Brain-computer interface (BCI); near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS); brain signals variability; transfer learning; bipartite graph partitioning},
    Language = {English},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08855-6_30}
    }                     

  • S. Dalhoumi, G. Dray, J. Montmain, G. Derosière, and ..., (2015) An adaptive accuracy-weighted ensemble for inter-subjects classification in brain-computer interfacing, Researchgate.net.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00175,
    author = {S Dalhoumi and G Dray and J Montmain and G Derosière and ...},
    title = {An Adaptive Accuracy-Weighted Ensemble for Inter-Subjects Classification in Brain-Computer Interfacing},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2015},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    type = {PDF},
    }                     

  • S. DALHOUMI, G. DRAY, J. MONTMAIN, G. DEROSIERE, S. PERREY, and T. WARD, (2013) Methods of pattern classification for the design of a nirs-based brain computer interface, Advances on cognitive automation at lgi2p/ecole des mines d'alès doctoral research snapshot 2012-2013.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00155,
    Title = {Methods of pattern classification for the design of a NIRS-based brain computer interface},
    Author = {DALHOUMI, Sami and DRAY, Gérard and MONTMAIN, Jacky and DEROSIERE, Gérard and PERREY, Stéphane and WARD, Tomas},
    Journal = {Advances on cognitive automation at LGI2P/Ecole des Mines d'Alès Doctoral research snapshot 2012-2013},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {lgi2p.mines-ales.fr},
    Type = {PDF},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/publication/263238263_Methods_of_pattern_classification_for_the_design_of_a_NIRS-based_brain_computer_interface}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla Bella, (2015) Defining poor-pitch singing: a problem of measurement and sensitivity, Music perception: an interdisciplinary journal, vol. 32, iss. 3,p. pp. 272-282.

    [ Doi 10.1525/mp.2015.32.3.272 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{2015,
    Title = {Defining Poor-Pitch Singing: A Problem of Measurement and Sensitivity},
    Author = {Dalla Bella, S.},
    Journal = {Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {pp. 272-282},
    Volume = {32},
    Abstract = {Important individual differences characterize singing in adult nonmusicians. In spite of the fact that the majority can carry a tune, some occasional singers are particularly inaccurate or imprecise in producing or imitating pitch (poor-pitch singers). Poor-pitch singing can be defined via acoustical analyses of vocal performances. In spite of the objective nature of this method, however, to date there is not a standard strategy for identifying and describing poor-pitch singers. Different tasks (e.g., singing from memory vs. imitation), cut-offs (50 cents, 100 cents, vs. variable criteria), and metrics (e.g., accuracy vs. precision) are typically used for assessing singing proficiency. Here the pros and cons of different methods and measurements are discussed. The boundary between poor-pitch singing and good singing depends on these factors, which should be carefully taken into account when assessing singing abilities. An approach based on multiple tasks sharing a common set of measures of singing accuracy and precision, with a relative cut-off (i.e., 2 SD from the average of a normative group) is favored for identifying poor-pitch singers.},
    Copyright = {Copyright © 2015 University of California Press},
    Doi = {10.1525/mp.2015.32.3.272},
    ISSN = {07307829},
    Jstor_articletype = {research-article},
    Jstor_formatteddate = {February 2015},
    Language = {English},
    Publisher = {University of California Press},
    Url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/mp.2015.32.3.272}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla Bella, C. -E. Benoit, N. Farrugia, M. Schwartze, and S. A. Kotz, (2015) Effects of musically cued gait training in parkinson's disease: beyond a motor benefit, Ann. n. y. acad. sci., vol. 1337,pp. 77-85.

    [ Doi 10.1111/nyas.12651 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00021,
    Title = {Effects of musically cued gait training in Parkinson's disease: beyond a motor benefit},
    Author = {Dalla Bella, S. and Benoit, C.-E. and Farrugia, N. and Schwartze, M. and Kotz, S. A.},
    Journal = {Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci.},
    Year = {2015},
    Month = {Mar},
    Note = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=14319597956383803584\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Pages = {77-85},
    Volume = {1337},
    Doi = {10.1111/nyas.12651},
    Publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
    Url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nyas.12651/full}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla Bella, M. Berkowska, and J. Sowinski, (2015) Moving to the beat and singing are linked in humans, Frontiers in human neuroscience, vol. 9,p. 663.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00663 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26733370,
    Title = {Moving to the Beat and singing are linked in humans},
    Author = {Dalla Bella, S. and Berkowska, M. and Sowinski, J.},
    Journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {663},
    Volume = {9},
    Doi = {10.3389/fnhum.2015.00663}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla-Bella, A. Białuńska, and J. Sowiński, (2013) Why movement is captured by music, but less by speech: role of temporal regularity, Plos one, vol. 8, iss. 8,p. e71945.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{DallaBella2013,
    Title = {Why movement is captured by music, but less by speech: role of temporal regularity},
    Author = {Dalla-Bella, S. and Białuńska , A. and Sowiński, J.},
    Journal = {PLoS ONE},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3732235}{PMC3732235}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0071945}{10.1371/journal.pone.0071945}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23936534}{23936534}] [ 1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=14470242519119709292\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    Number = {8},
    Pages = {e71945},
    Volume = {8},
    Abstract = {Music has a pervasive tendency to rhythmically engage our body. In contrast, synchronization with speech is rare. Music's superiority over speech in driving movement probably results from isochrony of musical beats, as opposed to irregular speech stresses. Moreover, the presence of regular patterns of embedded periodicities (i.e., meter) may be critical in making music particularly conducive to movement. We investigated these possibilities by asking participants to synchronize with isochronous auditory stimuli (target), while music and speech distractors were presented at one of various phase relationships with respect to the target. In Exp. 1, familiar musical excerpts and fragments of children poetry were used as distractors. The stimuli were manipulated in terms of beat/stress isochrony and average pitch to achieve maximum comparability. In Exp. 2, the distractors were well-known songs performed with lyrics, on a reiterated syllable, and spoken lyrics, all having the same meter. Music perturbed synchronization with the target stimuli more than speech fragments. However, music superiority over speech disappeared when distractors shared isochrony and the same meter. Music's peculiar and regular temporal structure is likely to be the main factor fostering tight coupling between sound and movement.},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23936534}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla-Bella and J. Sowiński, (2015) Uncovering beat deafness: detecting rhythm disorders with synchronized finger tapping and perceptual timing tasks, Jove (journal of visualized experiments).

    [ Doi 10.3791/51761 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00218,
    Title = {Uncovering Beat Deafness: Detecting Rhythm Disorders with Synchronized Finger Tapping and Perceptual Timing Tasks},
    Author = {Dalla-Bella, S. and Sowiński, J.},
    Journal = {JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments)},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Doi = {10.3791/51761},
    Publisher = {jove.com},
    Type = {HTML},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/publication/273694789_Uncovering_Beat_Deafness_Detecting_Rhythm_Disorders_with_Synchronized_Finger_Tapping_and_Perceptual_Timing_Tasks}
    }                     

  • S. Dalla-Bella, A. Tremblay-Champoux, M. Berkowska, and I. Peretz, (2012) Memory disorders and vocal performance, Ann. n. y. acad. sci., vol. 1252,p. 338–344.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{DallaBella2012,
    author = {Dalla-Bella, S. and Tremblay-Champoux, A. and Berkowska, M. and Peretz, I.},
    journal = {Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci.},
    title = {Memory disorders and vocal performance},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-6632.2011.06424.x}{10.1111/j.1749-6632.2011.06424.x}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22524377}{22524377}]},
    pages = {338--344},
    volume = {1252},
    abstract = {The ability to carry a tune, natural for the majority, is underpinned by a complex functional system (i.e., the vocal sensorimotor loop, VSL). The VSL involves various components, including perceptual mechanisms, auditory-motor mapping, motor control, and memory. The malfunction of one of these components can bring about poor-pitch singing. So far, disturbed perception and deficient sensorimotor mapping have been treated as important causes of poor singing. Yet, memory has been paid relatively little attention. Here, we review results obtained from both occasional singers and individuals suffering from congenital amusia, who were asked to produce from memory or imitate a well-known melody under conditions with different memory loads. The findings point to memory as a relevant source of impairment in poor-pitch singing and to imitation as a useful aid for poor singers.},
    file = {:http\://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1749-6632.2011.06424.x/full:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22524377},
    }                     

  • H. Daoud, R. B. Postuma, C. V. Bourassa, D. Rochefort, M. T. Gauthier, J. Montplaisir, J. F. Gagnon, I. Arnulf, Y. Dauvilliers, C. M. Charley, Y. Inoue, T. Sasai, B. Hogl, A. Desautels, B. Frauscher, V. Cochen De Cock, G. A. Rouleau, and P. A. Dion, (2014) C9orf72 repeat expansions in rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder, Can j neurol sci, vol. 41, iss. 6,p. 759–762.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25377888,
    author = {Daoud, H. and Postuma, R. B. and Bourassa, C. V. and Rochefort, D. and Gauthier, M. T. and Montplaisir, J. and Gagnon, J. F. and Arnulf, I. and Dauvilliers, Y. and Charley, C. M. and Inoue, Y. and Sasai, T. and Hogl, B. and Desautels, A. and Frauscher, B. and Cochen De Cock, V. and Rouleau, G. A. and Dion, P. A.},
    journal = {Can J Neurol Sci},
    title = {C9orf72 repeat expansions in rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Nov},
    number = {6},
    pages = {759--762},
    volume = {41},
    }                     

  • C. Dauvergne, V. Begel, C. Benoit, S. Kotz, and S. Dalla Bella, (2015) Battery for the assessment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities (baasta): a rehabilitation perspective, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 58,p. e72.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{dauvergne2015battery,
    Title = {Battery for the Assessment of Auditory Sensorimotor and Timing Abilities (BAASTA): A rehabilitation perspective},
    Author = {Dauvergne, C and Begel, V and Benoit, CE and Kotz, S and Dalla Bella, S},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {e72},
    Volume = {58},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • Y. Dauvilliers, I. Jaussent, M. Lecendreux, S. Scholz, S. Bayard, J. P. Cristol, H. Blain, and A. M. Dupuy, (2014) Cerebrospinal fluid and serum cytokine profiles in narcolepsy with cataplexy: a case-control study, Brain behav. immun., vol. 37,p. 260–266.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dauvilliers2014,
    author = {Dauvilliers, Y. and Jaussent, I. and Lecendreux, M. and Scholz, S. and Bayard, S. and Cristol, J. P. and Blain, H. and Dupuy, A. M.},
    journal = {Brain Behav. Immun.},
    title = {Cerebrospinal fluid and serum cytokine profiles in narcolepsy with cataplexy: a case-control study},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Mar},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bbi.2013.12.019}{10.1016/j.bbi.2013.12.019}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24394344}{24394344}][5 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=775119497443622609\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    pages = {260--266},
    volume = {37},
    abstract = {Recent advances in the identification of susceptibility genes and environmental exposures provide strong support that narcolepsy-cataplexy is an immune-mediated disease. Only few serum cytokine studies with controversial results were performed in narcolepsy and none in the cerebrospinal fluid. We measured a panel of 12 cytokines by a proteomic approach in the serum of 35 patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy compared to 156 healthy controls, and in the cerebrospinal fluid of 34 patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy compared to 17 non-narcoleptic patients; and analyzed the effect of age, duration and severity of disease on the cytokine levels. After multiple adjustments we reported lower serum IL-2, IL-8, TNF-α, MCP-1 and EGF levels, and a tendency for higher IL-4 level in narcolepsy compared to controls. Significant differences were only found for IL-4 in cerebrospinal fluid, being higher in narcolepsy. Positive correlations were found in serum between IL-4, daytime sleepiness, and cataplexy frequency. The expression of some pro-inflammatory cytokines (MCP-1, VEGF, EGF, IL2, IL-1β, IFN-γ) in either serum or CSF was negatively correlated with disease severity and duration. No correlation was found for any specific cytokine in 18 of the patients with narcolepsy with peripheral and central samples collected the same day. Significant decreased pro/anti-inflammatory cytokine profiles were found at peripheral and central levels in narcolepsy, together with a T helper 2/Th1 serum cytokine secretion imbalance. To conclude, we showed some evidence for alterations in the cytokine profile in patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy compared to controls at peripheral and central levels, with the potential role of IL-4 and significant Th1/2 imbalance in the pathophysiology of narcolepsy.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889159113006041:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24394344},
    }                     

  • J. Daviet, I. Bonan, J. Caire, F. Colle, and ..., (2012) Therapeutic patient education for stroke survivors: non-pharmacological management. a literature review, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00258,
    Title = {Therapeutic patient education for stroke survivors: Non-pharmacological management. A literature review},
    Author = {JC Daviet and I Bonan and JM Caire and F Colle and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of physical and …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {11 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=8156153300614693446\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {HTML},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23000090}
    }                     

  • K. Davranche, L. Casini, P. J. Arnal, T. Rupp, S. Perrey, and S. Verges, (2016) Cognitive functions and cerebral oxygenation changes during acute and prolonged hypoxic exposure, Physiology & behavior, vol. 164,p. 189–197.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{davranche2016cognitive,
    Title = {Cognitive functions and cerebral oxygenation changes during acute and prolonged hypoxic exposure},
    Author = {Davranche, Karen and Casini, Laurence and Arnal, Pierrick J and Rupp, Thomas and Perrey, St{\'e}phane and Verges, Samuel},
    Journal = {Physiology \& behavior},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {189--197},
    Volume = {164},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • L. Decker, F. Cignetti, and N. Stergiou, (2013) Executive function orchestrates regulation of task-relevant gait fluctuations, Gait & posture.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00329,
    Title = {Executive function orchestrates regulation of task-relevant gait fluctuations},
    Author = {LM Decker and F Cignetti and N Stergiou},
    Journal = {Gait \& posture},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=11879182224068585667\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0966636212004730}
    }                     

  • L. Decker, S. Ramdani, G. Tallon, A. Jaussent, M-C. Picot, P. L. Bernard, and B. H., (2015) Physical function decline and degradation of postural sway dynamics in asymptomatic sedentary postmenopausal women. journal of nutrition, health and aging. 19 (3): 348-355., Journal of nutrition, health and aging., iss. 19 (3),p. 348-355..

    [ Doi 10.1007/s12603-014-0571-8 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id483,
    author = {Decker, L. and Ramdani, S. and Tallon, G. and Jaussent, A. and Picot, M-C. and Bernard, P.L. and Blain H.},
    journal = {Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging.},
    title = {Physical function decline and degradation of postural sway dynamics in asymptomatic sedentary postmenopausal women. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. 19 (3): 348-355.},
    year = {2015},
    number = {19 (3)},
    pages = {348-355.},
    doi = {10.1007/s12603-014-0571-8},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_483.pdf},
    }                     

  • L. Decker, C. Roy, V. Marmelat, K. Torre, S. Ramdani, and D. S. Bella, (2014) Optimisation de la stimulation auditive rythmique en vue d’améliorer la rééducation de la fonction locomotrice, Neurophysiologie clinique/clinical neurophysiology, vol. 44, iss. 1,pp. 136-137.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neucli.2013.10.085 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Decker2014136,
    author = {L. Decker and C. Roy and V. Marmelat and K. Torre and S. Ramdani and S. Dalla Bella},
    journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical Neurophysiology},
    title = {Optimisation de la stimulation auditive rythmique en vue d’améliorer la rééducation de la fonction locomotrice},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {0987-7053},
    note = {Special issue from Société francophone Posture, Equilibre et Locomotion - 1er et 2nd congrès de la SOFPEL, décembre 2012 Marseille, décembre 2013, Genève.},
    number = {1},
    pages = {136 - 137},
    volume = {44},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neucli.2013.10.085},
    keywords = {ésLocomotion},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0987705313002827},
    }                     

  • D. Delignieres, (2015) Correlation properties of (discrete) fractional gaussian noise and fractional brownian motion, Mathematical problems in engineering, vol. 2015, iss. 485623,p. 7.

    [ Doi 10.1155/2015/485623 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{DELIGNIERES2015,
    Title = {Correlation Properties of (Discrete) Fractional Gaussian Noise and Fractional Brownian Motion},
    Author = {Delignieres, D.},
    Journal = {Mathematical Problems in Engineering},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {485623},
    Pages = {7},
    Volume = {2015},
    Doi = {10.1155/2015/485623}
    }                     

  • D. Delignières and K. Torre, (2011) Event-based and emergent timing: dichotomy or continuum? a reply to repp and steinman (2010), Journal of motor behavior, iss. 43(4),p. 311-8..

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id293,
    author = {Delignières, D. \& Torre, K.},
    journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
    title = {Event-based and emergent timing: dichotomy or continuum? A reply to Repp and Steinman (2010)},
    year = {2011},
    number = {43(4)},
    pages = {311-8.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_293.pdf},
    }                     

  • D. Delignieres, Z. M. H. Almurad, C. Roume, and V. Marmelat, (2016) Multifractal signatures of complexity matching, Experimental brain research,p. 1–13.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-016-4679-4 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delignières2016,
    Title = {Multifractal signatures of complexity matching},
    Author = {Delignieres, D. and Almurad, Z. M. H. and Roume, C. and Marmelat, V.},
    Journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {1--13},
    Abstract = {The complexity matching effect supposes that synchronization between complex systems could emerge from multiple interactions across multiple scales and has been hypothesized to underlie a number of daily-life situations. Complexity matching suggests that coupled systems tend to share similar scaling properties, and this phenomenon is revealed by a statistical matching between the scaling exponents that characterize the respective behaviors of both systems. However, some recent papers suggested that this statistical matching could originate from local adjustments or corrections, rather than from a genuine complexity matching between systems. In the present paper, we propose an analysis method based on correlation between multifractal spectra, considering different ranges of time scales. We analyze several datasets collected in various situations (bimanual coordination, interpersonal coordination, and walking in synchrony with a fractal metronome). Our results show that this method is able to distinguish between situations underlain by genuine statistical matching and situations where statistical matching results from local adjustments.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00221-016-4679-4},
    ISSN = {1432-1106},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-016-4679-4}
    }                     

  • D. Delignières and V. Marmelat, (2014) Strong anticipation and long-range cross-correlation: application of detrended cross-correlation analysis to human behavioral data, Physica a: statistical mechanics and its ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00107,
    Title = {Strong anticipation and long-range cross-correlation: Application of detrended cross-correlation analysis to human behavioral data},
    Author = {D Delignières and V Marmelat},
    Journal = {Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its …},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {4 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=16778017584581835799\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037843711300914X}
    }                     

  • D. Delignières and V. Marmelat, (2013) Theoretical and methodological issues in serial correlation analysis, Adv. exp. med. biol., vol. 782,p. 127–148.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delignieres2013,
    author = {Delignières, D. and Marmelat, V.},
    journal = {Adv. Exp. Med. Biol.},
    title = {Theoretical and methodological issues in serial correlation analysis},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-5465-6_7}{10.1007/978-1-4614-5465-6_7}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23296484}{23296484}]},
    pages = {127--148},
    volume = {782},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23296484},
    }                     

  • D. Delignières and V. Marmelat, (2013) Degeneracy and long-range correlations, Chaos, vol. 23, iss. 4,p. 43109.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delignieres2013a,
    author = {Delignières, D. and Marmelat, V.},
    journal = {Chaos},
    title = {Degeneracy and long-range correlations},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Dec},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4825250}{10.1063/1.4825250}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24387548}{24387548}]},
    number = {4},
    pages = {043109},
    volume = {23},
    abstract = {Degeneracy is a ubiquitous property of complex adaptive systems, which refers to the ability of structurally different components to perform the same function in some conditions and different functions in other conditions. Here, we suppose a causal link between the level of degeneracy in the system and the strength of long-range correlations in its behavior. In a numerical experiment, we manipulated degeneracy through the number of networks available in a model composed of a chain of correlated networks over which a series of random jumps are performed. Results showed that correlations in the outcome series increased with the number of available networks, and that a minimal threshold of degeneracy was required to generate long-range correlations. We conclude that degeneracy could underlie the presence of long-range correlations in the outcome series produced by complex systems. In turn, we suggest that quantifying long-range correlations could allow to assess the level of degeneracy of the system. Degeneracy affords a maybe more intuitive way than former hypotheses for understanding the effects of complexity on essential properties such as robustness and adaptability.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24387548},
    }                     

  • D. Delignières and V. Marmelat, (2012) Fractal fluctuations and complexity: current debates and future challenges, Crit rev biomed eng, vol. 40, iss. 6,p. 485–500.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delignieres2012,
    author = {Delignières, D. and Marmelat, V.},
    journal = {Crit Rev Biomed Eng},
    title = {Fractal fluctuations and complexity: current debates and future challenges},
    year = {2012},
    note = {[PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23356693}{23356693}]},
    number = {6},
    pages = {485--500},
    volume = {40},
    abstract = {Complexity is perhaps one of the less properly understood concepts, even within the scientific community. Recent theoretical and experimental advances, however, based on the close relationship between the complexity of the system and the presence of 1/f fluctuations in its macroscopic behavior, have opened new domains of investigation, which consider fundamental questions as well as more applied perspectives. These approaches allow a better understanding of how essential macroscopic functions could emerge from complex interactive networks. In this review we present the current state of the theoretical debate about the origins of 1/f fluctuations, with special focus on recent hypotheses that establish a direct link between complexity and fractal fluctuations. Further, we clarify some lines of opposition, especially between idiosyncratic versus nomothetic conceptions, and global versus componential approaches. Finally, we discuss the deep questioning that this approach can generate with regard to current theories of motor control and psychological processes, as well as some future developments which may be evoked, especially in the domain of physical medicine and rehabilitation.},
    file = {:http\://www.dl.begellhouse.com/journals/4b27cbfc562e21b8,69b880e9174891c4,2a9dc09b2067e67a.html:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23356693},
    }                     

  • D. Delignières, V. Marmelat, and K. Torre, (2011) Degeneracy and long-range correlation: a simulation study, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00114,
    Title = {Degeneracy and long-range correlation: a simulation study},
    Author = {D Delignières and V Marmelat and K Torre},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {3 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=16190440760587689231\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00020/bioconf_skills_00020.html}
    }                     

  • D. Delignières, K. Torre, and P. L. Bernard, (2011) Transition from persistent to anti-persistent correlations in postural sway indicates velocity-based control, Plos computational biology, vol. 7, iss. 2,p. e1001089.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delignieres2011,
    author = {Delignières, D. and Torre, K. and Bernard, P. L.},
    journal = {PLoS Computational Biology},
    title = {Transition from persistent to anti-persistent correlations in postural sway indicates velocity-based control},
    year = {2011},
    month = {Feb},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3044760}{PMC3044760}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1001089}{10.1371/journal.pcbi.1001089}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21390333}{21390333}]},
    number = {2},
    pages = {e1001089},
    volume = {7},
    abstract = {The displacement of the center-of-pressure (COP) during quiet stance has often been accounted for by the control of COP position dynamics. In this paper, we discuss the conclusions drawn from previous analyses of COP dynamics using fractal-related methods. On the basis of some methodological clarification and the analysis of experimental data using stabilogram diffusion analysis, detrended fluctuation analysis, and an improved version of spectral analysis, we show that COP velocity is typically bounded between upper and lower limits. We argue that the hypothesis of an intermittent velocity-based control of posture is more relevant than position-based control. A simple model for COP velocity dynamics, based on a bounded correlated random walk, reproduces the main statistical signatures evidenced in the experimental series. The implications of these results are discussed.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21390333},
    }                     

  • J. Del-Monte, D. Capdevielle, M. Varlet, L. Marin, R. C. Schmidt, R. N. Salesse, B. G. Bardy, J. P. Boulenger, M. C. Gely-Nargeot, J. Attal, and S. Raffard, (2013) Social motor coordination in unaffected relatives of schizophrenia patients: a potential intermediate phenotype, Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, vol. 7,p. 137.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00137 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Del-Monte2013a,
    author = {Del-Monte, J. and Capdevielle, D. and Varlet, M. and Marin, L. and Schmidt, R. C. and Salesse, R. N. and Bardy, B. G. and Boulenger, J. P. and Gely-Nargeot, M. C. and Attal, J. and Raffard, S.},
    journal = {Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience},
    title = {Social motor coordination in unaffected relatives of schizophrenia patients: a potential intermediate phenotype},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3788352}{PMC3788352}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00137}{10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00137}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24106467}{24106467}]},
    pages = {137},
    volume = {7},
    abstract = {Intermediate endophenotypes emerge as an important concept in the study of schizophrenia. Although research on phenotypes mainly investigated cognitive, metabolic or neurophysiological markers so far, some authors also examined the motor behavior anomalies as a potential trait-marker of the disease. However, no research has investigated social motor coordination despite the possible importance of its anomalies in schizophrenia. The aim of this study was thus to determine whether coordination modifications previously demonstrated in schizophrenia are trait-markers that might be associated with the risk for this pathology. Interpersonal motor coordination in 27 unaffected first-degree relatives of schizophrenia patients and 27 healthy controls was assessed using a hand-held pendulum task to examine the presence of interpersonal coordination impairments in individuals at risk for the disorder. Measures of neurologic soft signs, clinical variables and neurocognitive functions were collected to assess the cognitive and clinical correlates of social coordination impairments in at-risk relatives. After controlling for potential confounding variables, unaffected relatives of schizophrenia patients had impaired intentional interpersonal coordination compared to healthy controls while unintentional interpersonal coordination was preserved. More specifically, in intentional coordination, the unaffected relatives of schizophrenia patients exhibited coordination patterns that had greater variability and in which relatives did not lead the coordination. These results show that unaffected relatives of schizophrenia patients, like the patients themselves, also present deficits in intentional interpersonal coordination. For the first time, these results suggest that intentional interpersonal coordination impairments might be a potential motor intermediate endophenotype of schizophrenia opening new perspectives for early diagnosis.},
    doi = {10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00137},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24106467},
    }                     

  • J. Del-Monte, S. Raffard, D. Capdevielle, R. N. Salesse, R. C. Schmidt, M. Varlet, B. G. Bardy, J. P. Boulenger, M. C. Gely-Nargeot, and L. Marin, (2014) Social priming increases nonverbal expressive behaviors in schizophrenia, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 10,p. e109139.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0109139 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Del-Monte2014,
    author = {Del-Monte, J. and Raffard, S. and Capdevielle, D. and Salesse, R. N. and Schmidt, R. C. and Varlet, M. and Bardy, B. G. and Boulenger, J. P. and Gely-Nargeot, M. C. and Marin, L.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Social priming increases nonverbal expressive behaviors in schizophrenia},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4183584}{PMC4183584}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0109139}{10.1371/journal.pone.0109139}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25275522}{25275522}]},
    number = {10},
    pages = {e109139},
    volume = {9},
    abstract = {Semantic priming tasks are classically used to influence and implicitly promote target behaviors. Recently, several studies have demonstrated that prosocial semantic priming modulated feelings of social affiliation. The main aim of this study was to determine whether inducing feelings of social affiliation using priming tasks could modulate nonverbal social behaviors in schizophrenia. We used the Scrambled Sentence Task to prime schizophrenia patients according to three priming group conditions: pro-social, non-social or anti-social. Forty-five schizophrenia patients, diagnosed according to DSM-IV-TR, were randomly assigned to one of the three priming groups of 15 participants. We evaluated nonverbal social behaviors using the Motor-Affective subscale of the Motor-Affective-Social-Scale. Results showed that schizophrenia patients with pro-social priming had significantly more nonverbal behaviors than schizophrenia patients with anti-social and non-social priming conditions. Schizophrenia patient behaviors are affected by social priming. Our results have several clinical implications for the rehabilitation of social skills impairments frequently encountered among individuals with schizophrenia.},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0109139},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25275522},
    }                     

  • J. Del-Monte, S. Raffard, R. N. Salesse, L. Marin, R. C. Schmidt, M. Varlet, B. G. Bardy, J. Boulenger, C. M. Gely-Nargeot, and D. Capdevielle, (2013) Nonverbal expressive behaviour in schizophrenia and social phobia, Psychiatry research, vol. 210, iss. 210,pp. 29-35.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Del-Monte2013,
    author = {Del-Monte, J. and Raffard, S. and Salesse, R. N. and Marin, L. and Schmidt, R. C. and Varlet, M. and Bardy, B. G. and Boulenger,JP. and Gely-Nargeot,C.M. and Capdevielle, D.},
    journal = {Psychiatry Research},
    title = {Nonverbal expressive behaviour in schizophrenia and social phobia},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Nov},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2013.05.034}{10.1016/j.psychres.2013.05.034}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23845416}{23845416}]},
    number = {210},
    pages = {29-35},
    volume = {210},
    abstract = {Expressive behaviour plays a crucial role in the success of social interactions. Abnormality of expressive behaviour has been reported in interpersonal interactions of patients suffering from schizophrenia and social phobia, two debilitating mental disorders with important social deficits. However, no study has compared the expressive behaviour in these two disorders. Thirty schizophrenia patients, 21 social phobia patients and 30 healthy controls were evaluated and compared on expressive, cognitive and clinical dimensions. Expressive behaviour was assessed using the Motor Affective subscale of the Motor-Affective-Social-Scale (MASS). Covariables include the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS), the anxiety level Liebowitz-Social-Anxiety-Scale (LSAS) and cognitive tasks. After controlling for depression, schizophrenia and social phobia patients both exhibited significantly fewer expressive behaviours compared to healthy controls. Moreover, our results showed specific signatures: schizophrenia patients performed fewer spontaneous gestures (hand gestures and smiles) whereas social phobia patients had an impaired ability to produce voluntary smiles in comparison to healthy controls. Interestingly, poor social functioning was significantly correlated with a decrease of expressive behaviour for schizophrenia patients. Expressive behaviour is impaired in different ways in social phobia and schizophrenia and is associated in schizophrenia with poorer social functioning. The Motor Affective subscale of the MASS is an interesting tool for assessing the dysfunction of interpersonal expressive behaviour in mental disorders.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165178113003120:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23845416},
    }                     

  • S. M. Demorest, P. Q. Pfordresher, S. Dalla Bella, S. Hutchins, P. Loui, J. Rutkowski, and G. F. Welch, (2015) Methodological perspectives on singing accuracy: an introduction to the special issue on singing accuracy (part 2), Music percept, vol. 32,p. 266–271.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{demorest2015methodological,
    Title = {Methodological perspectives on singing accuracy: an introduction to the special issue on singing accuracy (Part 2)},
    Author = {Demorest, Steven M and Pfordresher, Peter Q and Dalla Bella, Simone and Hutchins, Sean and Loui, Psyche and Rutkowski, Joanne and Welch, Graham F},
    Journal = {Music Percept},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {266--271},
    Volume = {32}
    }                     

  • R. J. Den Hartigh, C. Gernigon, N. W. Van Yperen, L. Marin, and P. L. Van Geert, (2014) How psychological and behavioral team states change during positive and negative momentum, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 5,p. e97887.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{DenHartigh2014,
    author = {Den Hartigh, R. J. and Gernigon, C. and Van Yperen, N. W. and Marin, L. and Van Geert, P. L.},
    title = {How psychological and behavioral team states change during positive and negative momentum},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {9},
    number = {5},
    pages = {e97887},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4023954}{PMC4023954}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0097887}{10.1371/journal.pone.0097887}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24838238}{24838238}]},
    abstract = {In business and sports, teams often experience periods of positive and negative momentum while pursuing their goals. However, researchers have not yet been able to provide insights into how psychological and behavioral states actually change during positive and negative team momentum. In the current study we aimed to provide these insights by introducing an experimental dynamical research design. Rowing pairs had to compete against a virtual opponent on rowing ergometers, while a screen in front of the team broadcasted the ongoing race. The race was manipulated so that the team's rowing avatar gradually progressed (positive momentum) or regressed (negative momentum) in relation to the victory. The participants responded verbally to collective efficacy and task cohesion items appearing on the screen each minute. In addition, effort exertion and interpersonal coordination were continuously measured. Our results showed negative psychological changes (perceptions of collective efficacy and task cohesion) during negative team momentum, which were stronger than the positive changes during positive team momentum. Moreover, teams' exerted efforts rapidly decreased during negative momentum, whereas positive momentum accompanied a more variable and adaptive sequence of effort exertion. Finally, the interpersonal coordination was worse during negative momentum than during positive momentum. These results provide the first empirical insights into actual team momentum dynamics, and demonstrate how a dynamical research approach significantly contributes to current knowledge on psychological and behavioral processes.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24838238},
    }                     

  • R. Denis, A. Bringard, and S. Perrey, (2011) Vastus lateralis oxygenation dynamics during maximal fatiguing concentric and eccentric isokinetic muscle actions., Journal of electromyography and kinesiology, iss. 21(2),pp. 276-82.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id321,
    Title = {Vastus lateralis oxygenation dynamics during maximal fatiguing concentric and eccentric isokinetic muscle actions.},
    Author = {Denis,R. and Bringard,A. and Perrey,S.},
    Journal = {Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {21(2)},
    Pages = {276-82},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1050641110002038}
    }                     

  • P. Denormandie, (2011) The spastic hip in cerebral palsy patients, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00046,
    Title = {The spastic hip in cerebral palsy patients},
    Author = {P Denormandie},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, G. Dray, S. Perrey, and T. Ward, (2014) Passive brain-computer interface in neuroergonomics: detecting attentional lapses through brain signatures, Researchgate.net.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00214,
    author = {Derosière, Gerard and Dray, Gérard and Perrey, Stephane and Ward, Tomas},
    title = {Passive brain-computer interface in neuroergonomics: detecting attentional lapses through brain signatures},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2014},
    month = {04},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gerard_Derosiere/publication/261472111_POSTER_Passive_brain-computer_interface_in_neuroergonomics_detecting_attentional_lapses_through_brain_signatures/links/0c96053455d195162e000000.pdf},
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, F. Alexandre, N. Bourdillon, K. Mandrick, T. E. Ward, and S. Perrey, (2014) Similar scaling of contralateral and ipsilateral cortical responses during graded unimanual force generation, Neuroimage, vol. 85 Pt 1,p. 471–477.

    [ Doi doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.02.006 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Derosiere2014a,
    author = {Derosière, G. and Alexandre, F. and Bourdillon, N. and Mandrick, K. and Ward, T. E. and Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Neuroimage},
    title = {Similar scaling of contralateral and ipsilateral cortical responses during graded unimanual force generation},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.02.006}{10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.02.006}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23416251}{23416251}]},
    pages = {471--477},
    volume = {85 Pt 1},
    abstract = {Hemibody movements are strongly considered as being under the control of the contralateral hemisphere of the cerebral cortex. However, some neuroimaging studies have found a bilateral activation of either the primary sensori-motor (SM1) areas or the rostral prefrontal cortex (PFC), during unimanual tasks. More than just bilateral, the activation of these areas was found to be symmetrical in some studies. However, the symmetrical response remains strongly controversial notably for handgrip force generations. We therefore aimed to examine the bilateral SM1 and rostral PFC area activations in response to graded submaximal force generation during a unilateral handgrip task. Fifteen healthy subjects performed 6 levels of force (ranging from 5 to 50% of MVC) during a handgrip task. We concomitantly measured the activation of bilateral SM1 and rostral PFC areas through near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and the electromyographic (EMG) activity of the bilateral flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) muscles. Symmetrical activation was found over the SM1 areas for all the investigated levels of force. At the highest level of force (i.e., 50% of MVC), the EMG of the passive FDS increased significantly and the ipsilateral rostral PFC activation was found more intense than the corresponding contralateral rostral PFC activation. We suggest that the visuo-guided control of force levels during a handgrip task requires the cross-talk from ipsi- to contralateral SM1 to cope for the relative complexity of the task, similar to that which occurs during complex sequential finger movement. We also propose alternative explanations for the observed symmetrical SM1 activation including (i) the ipsilateral corticospinal tract and (ii) interhemispheric inhibition (IHI) mechanism. The increase in EMG activity over the passive FDS could be associated with a release of IHI at 50% of MVC. Finally, our results suggest that the greater ipsilateral (right) rostral PFC activation may reflect the greater demand of attention required to control the motor output at high levels of force.},
    doi = {doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.02.006},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811913001262:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23416251},
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, M. Billot, E. T. Ward, and S. Perrey, (2015) Adaptations of motor neural structures' activity to lapses in attention, Cereb. cortex, vol. 25(1), iss. 1,p. 66–74.

    [ Doi 10.1093/cercor/bht206 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Derosiere2015a,
    author = {Derosière, G. and Billot, M. and Ward, E. T. and Perrey, S.},
    title = {Adaptations of motor neural structures' activity to lapses in attention},
    journal = {Cereb. Cortex},
    year = {2015},
    volume = {25(1)},
    number = {1},
    pages = {66--74},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/cercor/bht206}{10.1093/cercor/bht206}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23960205}{23960205}]},
    abstract = {Sustained attention is fundamental for cognition and when impaired, impacts negatively on important contemporary living skills. Degradation in sustained attention is characterized by the time-on-task (TOT) effect, which manifests as a gradual increase in reaction time (RT). The TOT effect is accompanied by changes in relative brain activity patterns in attention-related areas, most noticeably in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and the right parietal areas. However, activity changes in task-relevant motor structures have not been confirmed to date. This article describes an investigation of such motor-related activity changes as measured with 1) the time course of corticospinal excitability (CSE) through single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation; and 2) the changes in activity of premotor (PMC), primary motor (M1), PFC, and right parietal areas by means of near-infrared spectroscopy, during a sustained attention RT task exhibiting the TOT effect. Our results corroborate established findings such as a significant increase (P < 0.05) in lateral prefrontal and right parietal areas activity after the emergence of the TOT effect but also reveal adaptations in the form of motor activity changes--in particular, a significant increase in CSE (P < 0.01) and in primary motor area (M1) activity (P < 0.05).},
    doi = {10.1093/cercor/bht206},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23960205},
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, S. Dalhoumi, S. Perrey, G. Dray, and T. Ward, (2014) Towards a near infrared spectroscopy-based estimation of operator attentional state, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 14;9(3):e92045.,p. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0092045.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Derosiere2014,
    author = {Derosière, G. and Dalhoumi, S. and Perrey, S. and Dray, G. and Ward, T.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Towards a near infrared spectroscopy-based estimation of operator attentional state},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3954803}{PMC3954803}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0092045}{10.1371/journal.pone.0092045}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24632819}{24632819}]},
    number = {14;9(3):e92045.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0092045},
    volume = {9},
    abstract = {Given the critical risks to public health and safety that can involve lapses in attention (e.g., through implication in workplace accidents), researchers have sought to develop cognitive-state tracking technologies, capable of alerting individuals engaged in cognitively demanding tasks of potentially dangerous decrements in their levels of attention. The purpose of the present study was to address this issue through an investigation of the reliability of optical measures of cortical correlates of attention in conjunction with machine learning techniques to distinguish between states of full attention and states characterized by reduced attention capacity during a sustained attention task. Seven subjects engaged in a 30 minutes duration sustained attention reaction time task with near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) monitoring over the prefrontal and the right parietal areas. NIRS signals from the first 10 minutes of the task were considered as characterizing the 'full attention' class, while the NIRS signals from the last 10 minutes of the task were considered as characterizing the 'attention decrement' class. A two-class support vector machine algorithm was exploited to distinguish between the two levels of attention using appropriate NIRS-derived signal features. Attention decrement occurred during the task as revealed by the significant increase in reaction time in the last 10 compared to the first 10 minutes of the task (p<.05). The results demonstrate relatively good classification accuracy, ranging from 65 to 90%. The highest classification accuracy results were obtained when exploiting the oxyhemoglobin signals (i.e., from 77 to 89%, depending on the cortical area considered) rather than the deoxyhemoglobin signals (i.e., from 65 to 66%). Moreover, the classification accuracy increased to 90% when using signals from the right parietal area rather than from the prefrontal cortex. The results support the feasibility of developing cognitive tracking technologies using NIRS and machine learning techniques.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24632819},
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, N. Farrugia, S. Perrey, T. Ward, and K. Torre, (2015) Expectations induced by natural-like temporal fluctuations are independent of attention decrement: evidence from behavior and early visual evoked potentials, Neuroimage, vol. 104, iss. 104,pp. 278-86.

    [ Doi 10.1111/j.1365-2788.2010.01341.x ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Derosiere2015,
    author = {Derosière, G. and Farrugia, N. and Perrey, S. and Ward, T. and Torre, K.},
    journal = {Neuroimage},
    title = {Expectations induced by natural-like temporal fluctuations are independent of attention decrement: evidence from behavior and early visual evoked potentials},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.09.015}{10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.09.015}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25224996}{25224996}]},
    number = {104},
    pages = {278-86},
    volume = {104},
    abstract = {Temporal expectations and attention decrement affect human behavior in opposing ways: the former positively, the latter negatively yet both exhibit similar neural signatures - i.e., reduction in the early event-related potential components' amplitude - despite different underlying mechanisms. Furthermore, there is a significant and growing debate in the literature regarding the putative role of attention in the encoding of expectations in perception. The question then arises as to what are the behavioral and neural consequences, if any, of attention decrement on temporal expectations and related enhancement of sensory information processing. Here, we investigated behavioral performance and visual N1a, N1p and P1 components during a sustained attention reaction time task inducing attention decrement under two conditions. In one condition, the inter-stimulus intervals (ISIs) were randomly distributed to impede expectation effects while for the other, the ISI exhibited natural-like long-term correlations supposed to induce temporal expectations. Behavioral results show that natural-like fluctuations in ISI indeed induced faster RT due to temporal expectations. These temporal expectations were beneficial even under attention decrement circumstances. Further, temporal expectations were associated with reduced N1a amplitude while attention decrement was associated with reduced N1p amplitude. Our findings provide evidence that the effects of temporal expectations and attention decrement induced in a single task can be independent at the behavioral level, and are supported at separate information processing stages at the neural level in vision.},
    doi = {10.1111/j.1365-2788.2010.01341.x},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811914007575:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25224996},
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, K. Mandrick, G. Dray, T. Ward, and S. Perrey, (2013) Nirs-measured prefrontal cortex activity in neuroergonomics: strengths and weaknesses, Frontiers in human neuroscience, vol. 7.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{derosiere2013nirs,
    Title = {NIRS-measured prefrontal cortex activity in neuroergonomics: strengths and weaknesses},
    Author = {Derosière,G. and Mandrick, K. and Dray, G. and Ward, T. and Perrey, S.},
    Journal = {Frontiers in human neuroscience},
    Year = {2013},
    Volume = {7},
    Publisher = {Frontiers Media SA}
    }                     

  • G. Derosière, K. Mandrick, G. Dray, T. E. Ward, and S. Perrey, (2013) NIRS-measured prefrontal cortex activity in neuroergonomics: strengths and weaknesses, Front hum neurosci, vol. 7,p. 583.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Derosiere2013,
    author = {Derosière, G. and Mandrick, K. and Dray, G. and Ward, T. E. and Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    title = {N{I}{R}{S}-measured prefrontal cortex activity in neuroergonomics: strengths and weaknesses},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3777133}{PMC3777133}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00583}{10.3389/fnhum.2013.00583}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24065906}{24065906}]},
    pages = {583},
    volume = {7},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24065906},
    }                     

  • G. Derosiere and S. Perrey, (2012) Relationship between submaximal handgrip muscle force and nirs-measured motor cortical activation, Oxygen transport to tissue xxxiii.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00102,
    Title = {Relationship between submaximal handgrip muscle force and NIRS-measured motor cortical activation},
    Author = {G Derosiere and S Perrey},
    Journal = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXIII},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {6 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4361685755851482500\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Springer},
    Url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4614-1566-4_40}
    }                     

  • Derosière G. and S. Perrey, (2012) Relationship between submaximal handgrip muscle force and nirs-measured motor cortical activation., Advances in experimental medicine and biology, iss. 737,pp. 269-74.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id301,
    Title = {Relationship Between Submaximal Handgrip Muscle Force and NIRS-Measured Motor Cortical Activation.},
    Author = {Derosière,G., and Perrey,S.},
    Journal = {Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology},
    Year = {2012},
    Number = {737},
    Pages = {269-74},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03}
    }                     

  • J. Deverdun, S. Menjot de Champfleur, S. Cabello-Aguilar, F. Maury, F. Molino, M. Charif, N. Leboucq, X. Ayrignac, P. Labauge, A. Bonafe, G. Castelnovo, E. Le Bars, C. Geny, and N. Menjot de Champfleur, (2014) Diffusion tensor imaging differentiates vascular parkinsonism from parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin in elderly subjects, Eur j radiol, vol. 83, iss. 11,p. 2074–2079.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Deverdun2014,
    author = {Deverdun, J. and Menjot de Champfleur, S. and Cabello-Aguilar, S. and Maury, F. and Molino, F. and Charif, M. and Leboucq, N. and Ayrignac, X. and Labauge, P. and Bonafe, A. and Castelnovo, G. and Le Bars, E. and Geny, C. and Menjot de Champfleur, N.},
    journal = {Eur J Radiol},
    title = {Diffusion tensor imaging differentiates vascular parkinsonism from parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin in elderly subjects},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Nov},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2014.07.012}{10.1016/j.ejrad.2014.07.012}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25154005}{25154005}]},
    number = {11},
    pages = {2074--2079},
    volume = {83},
    abstract = {The etiologic diagnosis of parkinsonian syndromes is of particular importance when considering syndromes of vascular or degenerative origin. The purpose of this study is to find differences in the white-matter architecture between those two groups in elderly patients.\\ Thirty-five patients were prospectively included (multiple-system atrophy, n=5; Parkinson's disease, n=15; progressive supranuclear palsy, n=9; vascular parkinsonism, n=6), with a mean age of 76 years. Patients with multiple-system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease were grouped as having parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin. Brain MRIs included diffusion tensor imaging. Fractional anisotropy and mean-diffusivity maps were spatially normalized, and group analyses between parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin and vascular parkinsonism were performed using a voxel-based approach.\\ Statistical parametric-mapping analysis of diffusion tensor imaging data showed decreased fractional anisotropy value in internal capsules bilaterally in patients with vascular parkinsonism compared to parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin (p=0.001) and showed a lower mean diffusivity in the white matter of the left superior parietal lobule (p=0.01). Fractional anisotropy values were found decreased in the middle cerebellar peduncles in multiple-system atrophy compared to Parkinson's disease and progressive supranuclear palsy. The mean diffusivity was increased in those regions for these subgroups.\\ Clinically defined vascular parkinsonism was associated with decreased fractional anisotropy in the deep white matter (internal capsules) compared to parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin. These findings are consistent with previously published neuropathological data.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0720048X14003647:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25154005},
    }                     

  • A. Diniz, M. L. Wijnants, K. Torre, J. Barreiros, N. Crato, A. M. T. Bosman, F. Hasselman, R. F. A. Cox, G. C. Van Orden, and D. & Delignières, (2011) Contemporary theories of 1/f noise in motor control, Human movement science, iss. 30(5),pp. 889-905.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id276,
    Title = {Contemporary theories of 1/f noise in motor control},
    Author = {Diniz, A. and Wijnants, M.L. and Torre, K. and Barreiros, J. and Crato, N. and Bosman, A.M.T. and Hasselman, F. and Cox, R.F.A. and Van Orden, G.C. and \& Delignières, D.},
    Journal = {Human Movement Science},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {30(5)},
    Pages = {889-905},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_276.pdf}
    }                     

  • M. Dinomais, T. A. Minassian, S. N'guyen, and ..., (2012) Étude en irm fonctionnelle de la cartographie cérébrale lors du mouvement actif et passif vidéo-guidé: utile pour une nouvelle approche en rééducation …, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00241,
    Title = {Étude en IRM fonctionnelle de la cartographie cérébrale lors du mouvement actif et passif vidéo-guidé: utile pour une nouvelle approche en rééducation …},
    Author = {M Dinomais and A Ter Minassian and S N'guyen and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • L. van Dokkum, I. Hauret, D. Mottet, J. Froger, J. Metrot, and I. Laffont, (2014) The contribution of kinematics in the assessment of upper limb motor recovery early after stroke, Neurorehabil neural repair, vol. 28, iss. 1,p. 4–12.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dokkum2014,
    author = {van Dokkum, L. and Hauret, I. and Mottet, D. and Froger, J. and Metrot, J. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Neurorehabil Neural Repair},
    title = {The contribution of kinematics in the assessment of upper limb motor recovery early after stroke},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1545968313498514}{10.1177/1545968313498514}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23911973}{23911973}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {4--12},
    volume = {28},
    abstract = {Kinematic assessment of upper limb motor recovery after stroke may be related to clinical scores while being more sensitive and reliable than clinical evaluation alone.\\ To identify the potential of kinematics in assessing upper limb recovery early poststroke.\\ Thirteen patients were included within 1 month poststroke and evaluated once a week for 6 weeks and at 3 months with (a) the Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) and (b) kinematic analysis of reach-to-grasp movements. The link between clinical and kinematic data was identified using mixed model with random coefficient analysis.\\ Movement time, trajectory length, directness, smoothness, mean and maximum velocity of the hand were sensitive to change over time and distinguished between movements of paretic, nonparetic, and healthy control limbs. The FMA score increased with movement smoothness over time, explaining 62.5% of FMA variability.\\ Kinematic analysis of reach-to-grasp movements is relevant to assess upper limb recovery early poststroke, and is linked to the FMA. Kinematics could provide more accurate real-time indicators of patients' recovery as compared with the sole use of clinical scores, although it remains challenging to establish the universality of the reaching model in relation to motor recovery after stroke.},
    file = {:http\://nnr.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/08/01/1545968313498514.abstract:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23911973},
    }                     

  • L. van Dokkum, D. Mottet, H. Y. Bonnin-Koang, J. Metrot, A. Roby-Brami, I. Hauret, and I. Laffont, (2012) People post-stroke perceive movement fluency in virtual reality, Exp brain res, vol. 218, iss. 1,p. 1–8.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-011-2995-2 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dokkum2012,
    author = {van Dokkum, L. and Mottet, D. and Bonnin-Koang, H. Y. and Metrot, J. and Roby-Brami, A. and Hauret, I. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Exp Brain Res},
    title = {People post-stroke perceive movement fluency in virtual reality},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-011-2995-2}{10.1007/s00221-011-2995-2}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22234434}{22234434}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {1--8},
    volume = {218},
    abstract = {We investigated the visual perception of biological movement by people post-stroke, using minimal kinematic displays. A group of twenty patients and a group of twelve age-matched healthy controls were asked to judge movement fluency. The movements to judge were either displayed as an end-point dot or as a stick-figure of the arm and trunk. It was found that the perception of movement fluency was preserved post-stroke, however, with an increase in the variability of judgment. Moreover, the end-point dot representation ameliorated what was perceived and judged, presumably by directing attention to the important kinematic cues: smoothness and directness of the trajectory. We conclude that, despite perception of actions is influenced by the ability of the observer to execute the observed movement, hemiparesis has a mild effect on the perception of biological movement. Yet, a valuable virtual learning environment for upper-limb rehabilitation should be implemented to provide the observer with neither too much, nor too little information to maximize learning.},
    doi = {10.1007/s00221-011-2995-2},
    file = {:https\://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00795563:URL;:http\://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-011-2995-2:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22234434},
    }                     

  • V. L. Dokkum, D. Mottet, J. Froger, A. Gouaïch, and I. Laffont, (2014) Le débit d’information quantifie l’hétérogénéité de l’espace de travail du membre supérieur après \AVC\, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e176 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.639 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{VanDokkum2014e176,
    author = {L. Van Dokkum and D. Mottet and J. Froger and A. Gouaïch and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Le débit d’information quantifie l’hétérogénéité de l’espace de travail du membre supérieur après \{AVC\}},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e176 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.639},
    keywords = {ésAVC},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714006824},
    }                     

  • V. L. Dokkum, D. Mottet, J. Froger, A. Gouaïch, and I. Laffont, (2014) Information throughput quantifies heterogeneity of upper-limb workspace post-stroke, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e180 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.654 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{VanDokkum2014e180,
    author = {L. Van Dokkum and D. Mottet and J. Froger and A. Gouaïch and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Information throughput quantifies heterogeneity of upper-limb workspace post-stroke},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e180 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.654},
    keywords = {Stroke},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714006976},
    }                     

  • D. Dotov, S. Bayard, C. V. de Cock, C. Geny, V. Driss, G. Garrigue, B. Bardy, and S. Dalla Bella, (2017) Biologically-variable rhythmic auditory cues are superior to isochronous cues in fostering natural gait variability in parkinson’s disease, Gait & posture, vol. 51,p. 64–69.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{DotovBayardCockEtAl2017,
    Title = {Biologically-variable rhythmic auditory cues are superior to isochronous cues in fostering natural gait variability in Parkinson’s disease},
    Author = {Dotov, DG and Bayard, S and de Cock, V Cochen and Geny, C and Driss, V and Garrigue, G and Bardy, B and Dalla Bella, S},
    Journal = {Gait \& Posture},
    Year = {2017},
    Pages = {64--69},
    Volume = {51},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • D. G. Dotov, (2014) Putting reins on the brain. How the body and environment use it, Front hum neurosci, vol. 8,p. 795.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dotov2014,
    author = {Dotov, D. G.},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    title = {Putting reins on the brain. {H}ow the body and environment use it},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4191179}{PMC4191179}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00795}{10.3389/fnhum.2014.00795}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25346675}{25346675}]},
    pages = {795},
    volume = {8},
    abstract = {Radical embodied cognitive neuroscience (RECN) will probably rely on dynamical systems theory (DST) and complex systems theory for methods and formalism. Yet, there have been plenty of non-radical neurodynamicists out there for quite some time. How much of their work fits with radical embodied cognitive science, what do they need RECN for, and what are the inconsistencies between RECN and established neurodynamics that would have to be resolved? This paper is both theoretical hypothesis and review. First, it provides a brief overview of the typical, purely structural considerations why the central nervous systems (CNS) should be treated as a nonlinear dynamical system and what this entails. The reader will learn about the circular causality enclosing brain and behavior and different attempts to formalize this circularity. Then, three different attempts at linking dynamics and theory of brain function are described in more detail and criticized. A fourth method based on ecological psychology could fix some of the issues that the others encounter. It is argued that studying self-organization of the brain without taking its ecological embedding into account is insufficient. Finally, based on existing theoretical work we propose two roles that the CNS has to be fulfilling in order to allow an animal to behave adequately in its niche. In its first role the CNS has to be enslaved easily by patterns of behavior that guide the animal through its environment. In the second role the brain has to flexibly switch among patterns, what can be called the metastable circuit breaker. The relevance of this idea is supported using certain motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD). These symptoms can be explained as consequent to an excessive stability of the (metastable) circuit breaker.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25346675},
    }                     

  • D. G. Dotov, B. G. Bardy, and S. Dalla Bella, (2016) The role of environmental constraints in walking: effects of steering and sharp turns on gait dynamics, Scientific reports, vol. 6.

    [ Doi 10.1038/srep28374 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{dotov2016role,
    Title = {The role of environmental constraints in walking: Effects of steering and sharp turns on gait dynamics},
    Author = {Dotov, Dobromir G and Bardy, Benoit G and Dalla Bella, Simone},
    Journal = {Scientific Reports},
    Year = {2016},
    Volume = {6},
    Doi = {10.1038/srep28374},
    Publisher = {Nature Publishing Group}
    }                     

  • D. G. Dotov, S. Kim, and T. D. Frank, (2015) Non-equilibrium thermodynamical description of rhythmic motion patterns of active systems: A canonical-dissipative approach, Biosystems, vol. 128,p. 26–36.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.biosystems.2015.01.002 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dotov2015,
    author = {Dotov, D. G. and Kim, S. and Frank, T. D.},
    journal = {BioSystems},
    title = {Non-equilibrium thermodynamical description of rhythmic motion patterns of active systems: {A} canonical-dissipative approach},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Feb},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystems.2015.01.002}{10.1016/j.biosystems.2015.01.002}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25619737}{25619737}]},
    pages = {26--36},
    volume = {128},
    abstract = {We derive explicit expressions for the non-equilibrium thermodynamical variables of a canonical-dissipative limit cycle oscillator describing rhythmic motion patterns of active systems. These variables are statistical entropy, non-equilibrium internal energy, and non-equilibrium free energy. In particular, the expression for the non-equilibrium free energy is derived as a function of a suitable control parameter. The control parameter determines the Hopf bifurcation point of the deterministic active system and describes the effective pumping of the oscillator. In analogy to the equilibrium free energy of the Landau theory, it is shown that the non-equilibrium free energy decays as a function of the control parameter. In doing so, a similarity between certain equilibrium and non-equilibrium phase transitions is pointed out. Data from an experiment on human rhythmic movements is presented. Estimates for pumping intensity as well as the thermodynamical variables are reported. It is shown that in the experiment the non-equilibrium free energy decayed when pumping intensity was increased, which is consistent with the theory. Moreover, pumping intensities close to zero could be observed at relatively slow intended rhythmic movements. In view of the Hopf bifurcation underlying the limit cycle oscillator model, this observation suggests that the intended limit cycle movements were actually more similar to trajectories of a randomly perturbed stable focus.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.biosystems.2015.01.002},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25619737},
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, M. Hertzog, J. P. Micallef, and S. Perrey, (2013) Does an abdominal strengthening program influence leg stiffness during hopping tasks?, Journal of strength and conditioning research, vol. 27, iss. 8,p. 2129–2133.

    [ Doi 10.1519/JSC.0b013e318278f0c7. ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dupeyron2013e,
    author = {Dupeyron, A. and Hertzog, M. and Micallef, J. P. and Perrey, S.},
    title = {Does an abdominal strengthening program influence leg stiffness during hopping tasks?},
    journal = {Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research},
    year = {2013},
    volume = {27},
    number = {8},
    pages = {2129--2133},
    month = {Aug},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0b013e318278f0c7}{10.1519/JSC.0b013e318278f0c7}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23168370}{23168370}]},
    abstract = {According to the spring mass model, leg stiffness (characterized by the measure of kleg) behavior is theoretically dependent on lower limb joint and trunk stiffness. Yet, the influence of the trunk as a possible regulator of kleg is unknown. This study investigated the influence of abdominal training on kleg during hopping tasks. Fourteen young male (age 18.5 ± 0.5 years, height 176.4 ± 4.3 cm, weight 69.9 ± 5.5 kg) soccer players (national level) participated in the study. Two groups (bracing B group, n = 7 vs. hollowing transversus abdominis [TrA] H group, n = 7) with identical training load followed an 8-week training program for abdominal strengthening. Contact time, flight time, jump height, and kleg were measured with an OptoJump system during a standardized hopping task (2.2 Hz) before and after the training program. Results for each group showed that only the H group increased kleg after the intervention (+15.7%) compared with the B group (+5.9%). This difference was explained by a 6.5% decrease in contact time in H group (-2.4% in B) with increased flight time (+8.8% in H vs. +2% in B). A large increase was found for jump height in H (+16.9%) compared with B group (+4.4%). This study showed that TrA strengthening improves leg stiffness in hopping tasks. Our findings suggest the potential role of abdominal muscles in controlling "lumbopelvic" stiffness as a part of the spring according to the spring mass model, and thus influencing kleg by reduced ground contact phase.},
    doi = {10.1519/JSC.0b013e318278f0c7.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23168370},
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, A. Luigi, I. Tavares, and ..., (2011) Limiting the educational failures of chronic low-back pain patients, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00167,
    Title = {Limiting the educational failures of chronic low-back pain patients},
    Author = {A Dupeyron and A Luigi and I Tavares and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, S. Perrey, J. Micallef, and ..., (2011) Neuromuscular adaptations induced by a short rehabilitation program in chronic low back pain, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00228,
    Title = {Neuromuscular adaptations induced by a short rehabilitation program in chronic low back pain},
    Author = {A Dupeyron and S Perrey and JP Micallef and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, S. Perrey, J. Micallef, and ..., (2011) Adaptations neuromusculaires induites par un programme de restauration fonctionnelle court dans la lombalgie chronique, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00300,
    Title = {Adaptations neuromusculaires induites par un programme de restauration fonctionnelle court dans la lombalgie chronique},
    Author = {A Dupeyron and S Perrey and JP Micallef and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, S. Rispens, C. Demattei, and J. van Dieën, (2013) Precision of estimates of local stability of repetitive trunk movements, European spine journal, vol. 22, iss. 12,pp. 2678-2685.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00586-013-2797-2 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dupeyron2013a,
    Title = {Precision of estimates of local stability of repetitive trunk movements},
    Author = {Dupeyron, Arnaud and Rispens, SietseM. and Demattei, Christophe and van Dieën, JaapH.},
    Journal = {European Spine Journal},
    Year = {2013},
    Number = {12},
    Pages = {2678-2685},
    Volume = {22},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00586-013-2797-2},
    ISSN = {0940-6719},
    Keywords = {Trunk; Spinal stability; Lyapunov exponent; Statistical precision},
    Language = {English},
    Publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00586-013-2797-2}
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, E. Viollet, F. Coroian, C. Gagnard, D. Renard, and G. Castelnovo, (2015) Botulinum toxin-a for treatment of pisa syndrome: a new target muscle, Parkinsonism relat. disord., vol. 21, iss. 6,p. 669–670.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.parkreldis.2015.03.027 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25899457,
    author = {Dupeyron, A. and Viollet, E. and Coroian, F. and Gagnard, C. and Renard, D. and Castelnovo, G.},
    journal = {Parkinsonism Relat. Disord.},
    title = {Botulinum Toxin-A for treatment of Pisa syndrome: A new target muscle},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Jun},
    number = {6},
    pages = {669--670},
    volume = {21},
    doi = {10.1016/j.parkreldis.2015.03.027},
    }                     

  • A. Duttan, M. Muthalib, S. Chowdhury, D. Guiraud, M. A. Nitsche, and S. Perrey, (2014) Development of an eeg-fnirs based online monitoring tool towards delivery of non-invasive brain stimulation, Conference: 36th annual international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (embc’14), at chicago.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00025,
    Title = {Development of an EEG-fNIRS based online monitoring tool towards delivery of non-invasive brain stimulation},
    Author = {Duttan, A. and Muthalib,Mark . and Chowdhury, S. and Guiraud,David. and Nitsche, Michael A. and Perrey, S.},
    Journal = {Conference: 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’14), At Chicago},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4280459345242367572\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {researchgate.net},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/publication/263511111_Development_of_an_EEG-fNIRS_based_online_monitoring_tool_towards_delivery_of_non-invasive_brain_stimulation}
    }                     

  • C. S. B. H. G. P. . . P. . . P. L. . . C. . . V. Edouard P., (2013) Reliability of shoulder rotators isokinetic strength imbalance measured using the biodex dynamometer., Journal of science and medecine in sport., iss. 16,pp. 162-165.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id316,
    author = {Edouard, P., Codine, P., Samozino, P., Bernard, P.L., Herisson, C., Gremeaux, V.},
    journal = {Journal of Science and Medecine in Sport.},
    title = {Reliability of shoulder rotators isokinetic strength imbalance measured using the biodex dynamometer.},
    year = {2013},
    number = {16},
    pages = {162-165},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_316.pdf},
    }                     

  • S. Falk and S. Dalla Bella, (2016) It is better when expected: aligning speech and motor rhythms enhances verbal processing, Language, cognition and neuroscience, vol. 31, iss. 5,p. 699–708.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{falk2016better,
    Title = {It is better when expected: aligning speech and motor rhythms enhances verbal processing},
    Author = {Falk, Simone and Dalla Bella, Simone},
    Journal = {Language, Cognition and Neuroscience},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {699--708},
    Volume = {31},
    Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis}
    }                     

  • S. Falk, T. Müller, and D. S. Bella, (2014) Sensorimotor synchronization in stuttering children and adolescents, Procedia-social and behavioral sciences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00140,
    Title = {Sensorimotor synchronization in stuttering children and adolescents},
    Author = {S Falk and T Müller and S Dalla Bella},
    Journal = {Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=13720298095425464342\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {HTML}
    }                     

  • S. Falk, T. Muller, and S. Dalla Bella, (2015) Non-verbal sensorimotor timing deficits in children and adolescents who stutter, Frontiers in psychology, vol. 6.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{falk2015non,
    Title = {Non-verbal sensorimotor timing deficits in children and adolescents who stutter},
    Author = {Falk, Simone and Muller, Thilo and Dalla Bella, Simone},
    Journal = {Frontiers in psychology},
    Year = {2015},
    Volume = {6},
    Publisher = {Frontiers Media SA}
    }                     

  • S. Falk, T. Muller, and S. Dalla Bella, (2015) Non-verbal sensorimotor timing deficits in children and adolescents who stutter, Front psychol, vol. 6,p. 847.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00847 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26217245,
    author = {Falk, S. and Muller, T. and Dalla Bella, S.},
    journal = {Front Psychol},
    title = {Non-verbal sensorimotor timing deficits in children and adolescents who stutter},
    year = {2015},
    pages = {847},
    volume = {6},
    doi = {10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00847},
    }                     

  • S. Falk, T. Rathcke, and S. Dalla-Bella, (2014) When speech sounds like music, J exp psychol hum percept perform, vol. 40, iss. 4,p. 1491–1506.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Falk2014,
    author = {Falk, S. and Rathcke, T. and Dalla-Bella, S.},
    journal = {J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform},
    title = {When speech sounds like music},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Aug},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0036858}{10.1037/a0036858}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24911013}{24911013}]},
    number = {4},
    pages = {1491--1506},
    volume = {40},
    abstract = {Repetition can boost memory and perception. However, repeating the same stimulus several times in immediate succession also induces intriguing perceptual transformations and illusions. Here, we investigate the Speech to Song Transformation (S2ST), a massed repetition effect in the auditory modality, which crosses the boundaries between language and music. In the S2ST, a phrase repeated several times shifts to being heard as sung. To better understand this unique cross-domain transformation, we examined the perceptual determinants of the S2ST, in particular the role of acoustics. In 2 Experiments, the effects of 2 pitch properties and 3 rhythmic properties on the probability and speed of occurrence of the transformation were examined. Results showed that both pitch and rhythmic properties are key features fostering the transformation. However, some properties proved to be more conducive to the S2ST than others. Stable tonal targets that allowed for the perception of a musical melody led more often and quickly to the S2ST than scalar intervals. Recurring durational contrasts arising from segmental grouping favoring a metrical interpretation of the stimulus also facilitated the S2ST. This was, however, not the case for a regular beat structure within and across repetitions. In addition, individual perceptual abilities allowed to predict the likelihood of the S2ST. Overall, the study demonstrated that repetition enables listeners to reinterpret specific prosodic features of spoken utterances in terms of musical structures. The findings underline a tight link between language and music, but they also reveal important differences in communicative functions of prosodic structure in the 2 domains.},
    file = {:http\://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xhp/40/4/1491/:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24911013},
    }                     

  • N. Farrugia, C. Benoit, E. Harding, and ..., (2012) Baasta: battery of assesment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities, Institute for ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00091,
    Title = {BAASTA: Battery of assesment of auditory sensorimotor and timing abilities},
    Author = {N Farrugia and CE Benoit and E Harding and ...},
    Journal = {Institute for …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {12 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=7272286007097720377\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {icmpc-escom2012.web.auth.gr},
    Type = {PDF}
    }                     

  • N. Farrugia, C. Benoit, M. Schwartze, M. Pell, H. Obrig, S. D. Bella, and S. Kotz, (2014) Auditory cueing in parkinson's disease: effects on temporal processing and spontaneous theta oscillations, Procedia - social and behavioral sciences, vol. 126,pp. 104-105.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.329 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Farrugia2014104,
    author = {Nicolas Farrugia and Charles-Etienne Benoit and Michael Schwartze and Marc Pell and Hellmuth Obrig and Simone Dalla Bella and Sonja Kotz},
    journal = {Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},
    title = {Auditory Cueing in Parkinson's Disease: Effects on Temporal Processing and Spontaneous Theta Oscillations},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0428},
    note = {International Conference on Timing and Time Perception, 31 March – 3 April 2014, Corfu, Greece},
    pages = {104 - 105},
    volume = {126},
    abstract = {Abstract The beneficial effect of auditory cueing on gait performance in Parkinson's disease (PD) has been widely documented. Nevertheless, little is known about the neural underpinnings of this effect and the consequences of auditory cueing beyond improved gait kinematics. The therapy relies on processing the temporal regularity in an auditory signal to which steps are synchronized. We hypothesize that the benefits of auditory cueing involve a temporal processing network comprising the cerebellum, the thalamus, the basal ganglia as well as the supplementary motor area (Kotz & Schwartze, 2011; Schwartze et al., 2011). While deficits in temporal processing in \{PD\} have been discussed (Harrington et al., 1998; Pastor et al., 1992), recently there is increasing evidence of a widespread slowing of resting-state oscillations in \{PD\} (e.g., Stoffers et al., 2007), and that such oscillations are linked to symptom severity, cognitive decline and disease progression (Olde Dubbelink et al., 2013). In the current \{EEG\} study, we provide evidence that neural responses reflected in both task-induced and resting-state activity are sensitive to cueing therapy. Fifteen patients with \{PD\} were submitted to a one-month auditory cueing therapy (3 times/week for 30 minutes). Patients were tested before, immediately after, and one month after the end of the program (follow up session). In each testing session, patients were submitted to an \{EEG\} protocol consisting of 8 minutes of resting state (alternating 2 minutes of eyes closed and eyes open), followed by an auditory oddball experiment, and by another 8 minutes of resting state. In the oddball task, temporally regular (inter-stimulus-interval, ISI=800 ms) and irregular (random 200-1000 ms ISI) oddball sequences were presented. The sequences consisted of 360 standard (600 Hz) and 90 deviant (660 Hz) equidurational (200 ms) sinusoidal tones. The participants’ task was to count the deviant tones. Previous studies using this paradigm showed enhanced \{P300\} responses to deviant tones in the regular condition as compared to the irregular condition (Schwartze et al., 2011). Before the cueing therapy \{PD\} patients failed to show a difference between deviants elicited in the regular and irregular condition. They showed a comparable difference (to matched controls) between the two conditions after the therapy. Further analysis of the relative power of the resting state oscillations reveals that the relative change in theta power was negatively related to improvement in patients’ walking patterns, suggesting a link between the effect of auditory cueing and functional connectivity in resting state networks. Neural responses associated with temporal regularity as well as spontaneous resting oscillations may provide further insight into compensatory mechanisms induced by auditory cueing in PD.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.329},
    keywords = {Parkinson},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042814018771},
    }                     

  • C. Fattal, B. Coulet, A. Gelis, H. Rouays-Mabit, C. Verollet, C. Mauri, J. L. Ducros, and J. Teissier, (2014) Rotator cuff surgery in persons with spinal cord injury: relevance of a multidisciplinary approach, J shoulder elbow surg, vol. 23, iss. 9,p. 1263–1271.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Fattal2014,
    author = {Fattal, C. and Coulet, B. and Gelis, A. and Rouays-Mabit, H. and Verollet, C. and Mauri, C. and Ducros, J. L. and Teissier, J.},
    title = {Rotator cuff surgery in persons with spinal cord injury: relevance of a multidisciplinary approach},
    journal = {J Shoulder Elbow Surg},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {23},
    number = {9},
    pages = {1263--1271},
    month = {Sep},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jse.2014.01.011}{10.1016/j.jse.2014.01.011}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24739795}{24739795}]},
    abstract = {This article is a prospective review of patients with spinal cord injury who underwent multidisciplinary consultation from January 2005 to September 2013 for pain in one or both shoulders.\\ We performed clinical, functional, and lesion evaluations of 38 patients with paraplegia and quadriplegia presenting with rotator cuff pathologies.\\ Surgery was indicated and performed on 38 shoulders in 28 patients. The lesion assessment during surgery showed injuries that were more severe than one would have thought based on imaging data. The mean pain intensity rating in the operative and nonoperative groups was 0 and 1.6, respectively, at rest and 2 and 4.9, respectively, during paroxysmal peaks. On average, for patients who had surgery, the Functional Independence Measure score decreased by 2.3. The mean satisfaction index in operated patients was 8.5 of 10.\\ When the surgical indication was based on a multidisciplinary decision, no negative results were reported that could have challenged the validity of this decision. Pain relief was the primary benefit reported after surgery. The functional status was modified because of the technical aids needed to prevent shoulder overuse. There are several arguments in favor of rotator cuff surgery for wheelchair-bound patients with spinal cord injury. Because of their functional impairments, wheelchair-bound patients will continue to overburden their shoulders after rotator cuff surgery. A multidisciplinary approach emerges as the solution to inform and educate patients to limit the risk of recurrence.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24739795},
    }                     

  • A. Fauge, F. Alexandre, E. Tremey, N. Oliver, A. Varray, and N. Heraud, (2014) High vs low-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation in copd patients: what happens when current quantity is matched?, European respiratory journal, vol. 44, iss. Suppl 58.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Fauge01092014,
    Title = {High vs low-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation in COPD patients: What happens when current quantity is matched?},
    Author = {Fauge, Audrey and Alexandre, François and Tremey, Emilie and Oliver, Nicolas and Varray, Alain and Heraud, Nelly},
    Journal = {European Respiratory Journal},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {Suppl 58},
    Volume = {44},
    Abstract = {If the clinical relevance of alternative techniques, such as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) seems justified in the management of severe COPD patients, no consensus on the parameters of stimulation are clearly given. A recent study showed that high frequencies [HF] increased more muscle strength than low frequencies [LF], but with higher delivered current quantity (same duration of session but higher number of pulses; Sillen et al. Thorax. 2014 0:1-7). We aim at comparing the effects on exercise tolerance and muscle function of two NMES programs [HF] vs [LF] when the quantity of current delivered is identical.10 COPD patients admitted for pulmonary rehabilitation program (PR) were randomized in two groups: NMES-LF (25Hz, n=4) and NMES-HF (75Hz, n=6). The 2 programs were comparable for all stimulation parameters, excepted for the duration of session that was adjusted to ensure the same quantity of delivered current (LF=30min and HF=10min, 5x/week for 4 weeks). Exercise tolerance (6MWT) and quadriceps torque (QMVC) were evaluated before and after PR.6MWT distance and QMVC increased significantly after NMES in both groups (p<0.05). However, this increase was not significantly different according to the stimulation frequency used (pinteraction ranged from 0.48 to 0.9).The results show that for equivalent amount of delivered current, improvement of exercise tolerance and QMVC are comparable. The differential effects observed in different programs of NMES thus depends more on the amount of current than the frequency used. Hence, when PR aiming at improving strength, HF may be preferentially proposed because of the shorter duration of session.},
    Url = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/44/Suppl_58/P626.abstract}
    }                     

  • L. Ferreri, E. Bigand, S. Perrey, and A. Bugaiska, (2014) The promise of near-infrared spectroscopy (nirs) for psychological research: a brief review, L’année psychologique, vol. 114, iss. 3,p. 537–569.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{ferreri2014promise,
    Title = {The promise of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) for psychological research: a brief review},
    Author = {Ferreri, Laura and Bigand, Emmanuel and Perrey, Stéphane and Bugaiska, Aurélia},
    Journal = {L’Année psychologique},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {537--569},
    Volume = {114}
    }                     

  • L. Ferreri, E. Bigand, S. Perrey, M. Muthalib, P. Bard, and A. Bugaiska, (2014) Less effort, better results: how does music act on prefrontal cortex in older adults during verbal encoding? an fnirs study., Front hum neurosci, vol. 8, iss. 12;8:301.,p. 301.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Ferreri2014,
    author = {Ferreri, L. and Bigand, E. and Perrey, S. and Muthalib, M. and Bard, P. and Bugaiska, A.},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    title = {Less Effort, Better Results: How Does Music Act on Prefrontal Cortex in Older Adults during Verbal Encoding? An fNIRS Study.},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4026694}{PMC4026694}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301}{10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24860481}{24860481}]},
    number = {12;8:301.},
    pages = {301},
    volume = {8},
    abstract = {Several neuroimaging studies of cognitive aging revealed deficits in episodic memory abilities as a result of prefrontal cortex (PFC) limitations. Improving episodic memory performance despite PFC deficits is thus a critical issue in aging research. Listening to music stimulates cognitive performance in several non-purely musical activities (e.g., language and memory). Thus, music could represent a rich and helpful source during verbal encoding and therefore help subsequent retrieval. Furthermore, such benefit could be reflected in less demand of PFC, which is known to be crucial for encoding processes. This study aimed to investigate whether music may improve episodic memory in older adults while decreasing the PFC activity. Sixteen healthy older adults (μ = 64.5 years) encoded lists of words presented with or without a musical background while their dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) activity was monitored using a eight-channel continuous-wave near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) system (Oxymon Mk III, Artinis, The Netherlands). Behavioral results indicated a better source-memory performance for words encoded with music compared to words encoded with silence (p < 0.05). Functional NIRS data revealed bilateral decrease of oxyhemoglobin values in the music encoding condition compared to the silence condition (p < 0.05), suggesting that music modulates the activity of the DLPFC during encoding in a less-demanding direction. Taken together, our results indicate that music can help older adults in memory performances by decreasing their PFC activity. These findings open new perspectives about music as tool for episodic memory rehabilitation on special populations with memory deficits due to frontal lobe damage such as Alzheimer's patients.},
    doi = {10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24860481},
    }                     

  • I. T. Figueiredo, A. Dupeyron, B. Tran, C. Duflos, M. Julia, C. Herisson, and E. Coudeyre, (2016) Educational self-care objectives within a functional spine restoration program. retrospective study of 104 patients, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{figueiredo2016educational,
    Title = {Educational self-care objectives within a functional spine restoration program. Retrospective study of 104 patients},
    Author = {Figueiredo, Isabelle Tavares and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Tran, Bao and Duflos, Claire and Julia, Marc and Herisson, Christian and Coudeyre, Emmanuel},
    Journal = {Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • V. Foltz, F. Laroche, and A. Dupeyron, (2013) Éducation thérapeutique et lombalgie chronique, Revue du rhumatisme monographies.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00269,
    Title = {Éducation thérapeutique et lombalgie chronique},
    Author = {V Foltz and F Laroche and A Dupeyron},
    Journal = {Revue du rhumatisme monographies},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=7902740384213906844\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878622713000568}
    }                     

  • B. Frauscher, P. Jennum, Y. S. Ju, R. B. Postuma, I. Arnulf, V. C. D. Cock, Y. Dauvilliers, M. L. Fantini, L. Ferini-Strambi, D. Gabelia, A. Iranzo, S. Leu-Semenescu, T. Mitterling, M. Miyamoto, T. Miyamoto, J. Y. Montplaisir, W. Oertel, A. Pelletier, P. Prunetti, M. Puligheddu, J. Santamaria, K. Sonka, M. Unger, C. Wolfson, M. Zucconi, M. Terzaghi, B. Högl, G. Mayer, and R. Manni, (2014) Comorbidity and medication in rem sleep behavior disorder: a multicenter case-control study., Neurology, vol. 82, iss. 12,pp. 1076-9.

    [ Doi 10.1212/WNL.0000000000000247 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid24553425,
    Title = {Comorbidity and medication in REM sleep behavior disorder: a multicenter case-control study.},
    Author = {Birgit Frauscher and Poul Jennum and Yo-El S Ju and Ronald B Postuma and Isabelle Arnulf and Valerie Cochen De Cock and Yves Dauvilliers and Maria L Fantini and Luigi Ferini-Strambi and David Gabelia and Alex Iranzo and Smaranda Leu-Semenescu and Thomas Mitterling and Masayuki Miyamoto and Tomoyuki Miyamoto and Jacques Y Montplaisir and Wolfgang Oertel and Amélie Pelletier and Paolo Prunetti and Monica Puligheddu and Joan Santamaria and Karel Sonka and Marcus Unger and Christina Wolfson and Marco Zucconi and Michele Terzaghi and Birgit Högl and Geert Mayer and Raffaele Manni},
    Journal = {Neurology},
    Year = {2014},
    Month = mar,
    Number = {12},
    Pages = {1076-9},
    Volume = {82},
    Abstract = {This controlled study investigated associations between comorbidity and medication in patients with polysomnographically confirmed idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder (iRBD), using a large multicenter clinic-based cohort.},
    Doi = {10.1212/WNL.0000000000000247},
    Nlmuniqueid = {0401060},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Pii = {WNL.0000000000000247},
    Pmc = {PMC3962997},
    Pubmed = {24553425},
    Timestamp = {2016.01.12}
    }                     

  • G. Gadbled, S. Touchais, and F. Gouin, (2011) The spastic foot: the perspective of the orthopedic surgeon, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00045,
    Title = {The spastic foot: The perspective of the orthopedic surgeon},
    Author = {G Gadbled and S Touchais and F Gouin},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • D. Galinski, J. Sapin, B. Dehez, M. Gilliaux, G. Stoquart, and ..., (2013) Avc (3) : robotique de rééducation, Researchgate.net, vol. 56,p. e47.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.020 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00066,
    author = {D Galinski and J Sapin and B Dehez and M Gilliaux and G Stoquart and ...},
    title = {AVC (3) : robotique de rééducation},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2013},
    volume = {56},
    pages = {e47},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.020},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713001371},
    }                     

  • Z. Gan-Or, S. Girard, A. Noreau, C. Leblond, J. Gagnon, I. Arnulf, C. Mirarchi, Y. Dauvilliers, A. Desautels, T. Mitterling, and others, (2015) Parkinson’s disease genetic loci in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, Journal of molecular neuroscience, vol. 56, iss. 3,p. 617–622.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{gan2015parkinson,
    Title = {Parkinson’s disease genetic loci in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder},
    Author = {Gan-Or, Z and Girard, SL and Noreau, A and Leblond, CS and Gagnon, JF and Arnulf, I and Mirarchi, C and Dauvilliers, Y and Desautels, A and Mitterling, T and others},
    Journal = {Journal of Molecular Neuroscience},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {617--622},
    Volume = {56},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • Z. Gan-Or, S. L. Girard, A. Noreau, C. S. Leblond, J. F. Gagnon, I. Arnulf, C. Mirarchi, Y. Dauvilliers, A. Desautels, T. Mitterling, V. Cochen De Cock, B. Frauscher, C. Monaca, B. Hogl, P. A. Dion, R. B. Postuma, J. Y. Montplaisir, and G. A. Rouleau, (2015) Parkinson's disease genetic loci in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, Journal of molecular neuroscience, vol. 56, iss. 3,p. 617–622.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s12031-015-0569-7 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gan-Or2015,
    Title = {Parkinson's Disease Genetic Loci in Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder},
    Author = {Gan-Or, Z. and Girard, S. L. and Noreau, A. and Leblond, C. S. and Gagnon, J. F. and Arnulf, I. and Mirarchi, C. and Dauvilliers, Y. and Desautels, A. and Mitterling, T. and Cochen De Cock, V. and Frauscher, B. and Monaca, C. and Hogl, B. and Dion, P. A. and Postuma, R. B. and Montplaisir, J. Y. and Rouleau, G. A.},
    Journal = {Journal of Molecular Neuroscience},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {617--622},
    Volume = {56},
    Abstract = {Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is a prodromal condition for Parkinson's disease (PD) and other synucleinopathies, which often occurs many years before the onset of PD. We analyzed 261 RBD patients and 379 controls for nine PD-associated SNPs and examined their effects, first upon on RBD risk and second, on eventual progression to synucleinopathies in a prospective follow-up in a subset of patients. The SCARB2 rs6812193 (OR\thinspace=\thinspace0.67, 95 \% CI\thinspace=\thinspace0.51--0.88, p\thinspace=\thinspace0.004) and the MAPT rs12185268 (OR--0.43, 95 \% CI--0.26--0.72, p\thinspace=\thinspace0.001) were associated with RBD in different models. Kaplan-Meier survival analysis in a subset of RBD patients (n\thinspace=\thinspace56), demonstrated that homozygous carriers of the USP25 rs2823357 SNP had progressed to synucleinopathies faster than others (log-rank p\thinspace=\thinspace0.003, Breslow p\thinspace=\thinspace0.005, Tarone-Ware p\thinspace=\thinspace0.004). As a proof-of-concept study, these results suggest that RBD may be associated with at least a subset of PD-associated genes, and demonstrate that combining genetic and prodromal clinical data may help identifying individuals that are either more or less susceptible to develop synucleinopathies. More studies are necessary to replicate these results, and identify more genetic factors affecting progression from RBD to synucleinopathies.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s12031-015-0569-7},
    ISSN = {1559-1166},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12031-015-0569-7}
    }                     

  • C. Geny, F. Maury, A. Gabelle, N. de Champfleur, and ..., (2012) 2.106 is mds-updrs useful in elderly patients?, Parkinsonism & related ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00252,
    Title = {2.106 IS MDS-UPDRS USEFUL IN ELDERLY PATIENTS?},
    Author = {C Geny and F Maury and A Gabelle and NM de Champfleur and ...},
    Journal = {Parkinsonism \& Related …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • C. Geny and M. Wyart, (2012) 1.300 psychogenic movement disorder during the first great war, Parkinsonism & related disorders.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00142,
    Title = {1.300 PSYCHOGENIC MOVEMENT DISORDER DURING THE FIRST GREAT WAR},
    Author = {C Geny and M Wyart},
    Journal = {Parkinsonism \& Related Disorders},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=15073673163183466285\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Gernigon, A. Fouasson-Chailloux, C. Colas-Ribas, B. Noury-Desvaux, A. Le Faucheur, and P. Abraham, (2015) Test-retest reliability of gps derived measurements in patients with claudication, European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, vol. 50, iss. 5,pp. 623-629.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.ejvs.2015.07.009 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gernigon2015623,
    author = {Gernigon, M. and Fouasson-Chailloux, A. and Colas-Ribas, C. and Noury-Desvaux, B. and Le Faucheur, A. and Abraham, P.},
    journal = {European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery},
    title = {Test-retest Reliability of GPS derived Measurements in Patients with Claudication},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {1078-5884},
    number = {5},
    pages = {623 - 629},
    volume = {50},
    abstract = {Objective In patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD), the different distances between stops and the stop durations recorded with Global Positioning System (GPS) during a 1 hour stroll in the community are highly variable. Nevertheless, the reliability of the greatest community walk distance (greatest distance), the average of walking speeds (average speed) and the durations of stops (average stop durations) have not been studied. Design Seventeen \{PAD\} patients performed two series of evaluations (T1 and T2) within a 1 month period. Methods Each series included: a 1 hour stroll in the community with the calculation of the walking impairment questionnaire (WIQ) scores, the measurement of maximal walking distance on a treadmill (MWD on treadmill) and a 1 hour stroll in the community with GPS. The Garmin GPS-60 (Garmin Ltd, Olathe, Kan) receiver was used for all patients. Test-retest reliability of \{MWD\} on treadmill, WIQ, and \{GPS\} parameters were assessed with intraclass coefficient of correlation (ICC). Results \{ICCs\} are almost perfect between \{T1\} and \{T2\} for greatest distance (ICC = 0.911), average speed (ICC = 0.905), and \{MWD\} on treadmill (ICC = 0.992), and substantial for the average \{WIQ\} (ICC = 0.794). Correlation of average stop durations was considered substantial (ICC = 0.691). Conclusions Despite the previously reported “within stroll” variability of walking bouts for distances, speeds, and stop durations, \{GPS\} derived greatest distance and average speed are reliable in \{PAD\} patients in test-retest experiments. The \{GPS\} appears to be a new tool to assess walking limitation and allows objective clinical investigation.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ejvs.2015.07.009},
    keywords = {Peripheral vascular disease},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1078588415005274},
    }                     

  • M. Gernigon, A. Le Faucheur, D. Fradin, B. Noury-Desvaux, C. Landron, G. Mahe, and P. Abraham, (2015) Global positioning system use in the community to evaluate improvements in walking after revascularization: a prospective multicenter study with 6-month follow-up in patients with peripheral arterial disease, Medicine (baltimore), vol. 94, iss. 18,p. e838.

    [ Doi 10.1097/MD.0000000000000838 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25950694,
    author = {Gernigon, M. and Le Faucheur, A. and Fradin, D. and Noury-Desvaux, B. and Landron, C. and Mahe, G. and Abraham, P.},
    journal = {Medicine (Baltimore)},
    title = {Global positioning system use in the community to evaluate improvements in walking after revascularization: a prospective multicenter study with 6-month follow-up in patients with peripheral arterial disease},
    year = {2015},
    month = {May},
    number = {18},
    pages = {e838},
    volume = {94},
    doi = {10.1097/MD.0000000000000838},
    }                     

  • M. Gernigon, J. Marchand, N. Ouedraogo, G. Leftheriotis, J. M. Piquet, and P. Abraham, (2013) Proximal ischemia is a frequent cause of exercise-induced pain in patients with a normal ankle to brachial index at rest, Pain physician, vol. 16, iss. 1,p. 57–64.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid23340534,
    author = {Gernigon, M. and Marchand, J. and Ouedraogo, N. and Leftheriotis, G. and Piquet, J. M. and Abraham, P.},
    journal = {Pain Physician},
    title = {Proximal ischemia is a frequent cause of exercise-induced pain in patients with a normal ankle to brachial index at rest},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Jan},
    number = {1},
    pages = {57--64},
    volume = {16},
    }                     

  • A. Gernigon M. andLe Faucheur, B. Noury-Desvaux, G. Mahe, and P. Abraham, (2014) Applicability of global positioning system for the assessment of walking ability in patients with arterial claudication, Journal of vascular surgery, vol. 60, iss. 4,p. 973 - 981.e1.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.jvs.2014.04.053 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gernigon2014973,
    author = {Gernigon, M. andLe Faucheur, A. and Noury-Desvaux, B. and Mahe, G. and Abraham, P.},
    journal = {Journal of Vascular Surgery},
    title = {Applicability of global positioning system for the assessment of walking ability in patients with arterial claudication},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {0741-5214},
    number = {4},
    pages = {973 - 981.e1},
    volume = {60},
    abstract = {Objective This study determined for the first time the clinical applicability of a global positioning system (GPS)-monitored community-based walking ability assessment in a large cohort of patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD). Methods A multicenter study was conducted among \{PAD\} patients who complained of intermittent claudication. Patients equipped with a \{GPS\} device performed a community-based outdoor walk. We determined the number of technically satisfactory \{GPS\} recordings (attempt No. 1). Patients with unsatisfactory \{GPS\} recordings were asked to perform a second attempt (attempt No. 2). From the satisfactory recordings obtained after attempts No. 1 and No. 2, we analyzed several \{GPS\} parameters to provide clinical information on the patients' walking ability. Results are reported as median (interquartile range). Results A total of 218 patients performed an outdoor walk. \{GPS\} recordings were technically satisfactory in 185 patients (85%) and in 203 (93%) after attempts No. 1 and No. 2, respectively. The highest measured distance between two stops during community walking was 678 m (IQR, 381-1333 m), whereas self-reported maximal walking distance was 250 m (IQR, 150-400 m; P < .001). Walking speed was 3.6 km/h (IQR, 3.1-3.9 km/h), with few variations during the walk. Among the patients who had to stop during the walk, the stop durations were <10 minutes in all but one individual. Conclusions \{GPS\} is applicable for the nonsupervised multicenter recording of walking ability in the community. In the future, it may facilitate objective community-based assessment of walking ability, allow for the adequate monitoring of home-based walking programs, and for the study of new dimensions of walking in \{PAD\} patients with intermittent claudication.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jvs.2014.04.053},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0741521414008568},
    }                     

  • O. Girard, M. Koehle, M. MacInnis, J. Guenette, M. Koehle, S. Verges, T. Rupp, M. Jubeau, S. Perrey, G. Millet, R. Chapman, B. Levine, J. Conkin, 3. Wessel JH, H. Nespoulet, B. Wuyam, R. Tamisier, S. Verges, P. Levy, D. Casey, B. Taylor, E. Snyder, B. Johnson, A. Laymon, J. Stickford, J. Weavil, J. Loeppky, M. Pun, K. Schommer, P. Bartsch, M. Vagula, and C. Nelatury, (2012) Comments on point:counterpoint: hypobaric hypoxia induces/does not induce different responses from normobaric hypoxia., J appl physiol, iss. 112(10):1788-94.,p. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00356.2012..

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id456,
    author = {Girard,O and Koehle,MS and MacInnis,MJ and Guenette,JA and Koehle,MS and Verges,S and Rupp,T and Jubeau,M and Perrey,S and Millet,GY and Chapman,RF and Levine,BD and Conkin,J and Wessel JH,3rd and Nespoulet,H and Wuyam,B and Tamisier,R and Verges,S and Levy,P and Casey,DP and Taylor,BJ and Snyder,EM and Johnson,BD and Laymon,AS and Stickford,JL and Weavil,JC and Loeppky,JA and Pun,M and Schommer,K and Bartsch,P and Vagula,MC and Nelatury,CF.},
    journal = {J Appl Physiol},
    title = {Comments on Point:Counterpoint: Hypobaric hypoxia induces/does not induce different responses from normobaric hypoxia.},
    year = {2012},
    number = {112(10):1788-94.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00356.2012.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    }                     

  • O. Girard, J. Micallef, and G. Millet, (2011) Changes in spring-mass model characteristics during repeated running sprints., Eur j appl physiol., iss. 111(1),pp. 125-34.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id296,
    Title = {Changes in spring-mass model characteristics during repeated running sprints.},
    Author = {Girard,O. and Micallef,JP. and Millet,G.},
    Journal = {Eur J Appl Physiol.},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {111(1)},
    Pages = {125-34},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03}
    }                     

  • O. Girard, G. Millet, J. Slawinski, R. S., and J. Micallef, (2013) Changes in running mechanics and spring-mass behavior during a 5-km time trial, International journal of sports medicine, iss. 34(9),p. 832-40..

    [ Doi 10.1055/s-0032-1329958 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id361,
    author = {Girard, O. and Millet, G. and Slawinski, J. and Racinais S. and Micallef, JP.},
    journal = {International Journal of Sports Medicine},
    title = {Changes in running mechanics and spring-mass behavior during a 5-km time trial},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Sep},
    note = {7 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=3993551074842543447\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    number = {34(9)},
    pages = {832-40.},
    abstract = {Research into the biomechanical manifestation of fatigue during exhaustive runs is increasingly popular but additional understanding of the adaptation of the spring-mass behaviour during the course of strenuous, self-paced exercises continues to be a challenge in order to develop optimized training and injury prevention programs. This study investigated continuous changes in running mechanics and spring-mass behaviour during a 5-km run. 12 competitive triathletes performed a 5-km running time trial (mean performance: ̴17 min 30 s) on a 200 m indoor track. Vertical and anterior-posterior ground reaction forces were measured every 200 m by a 5-m long force platform system, and used to determine spring-mass model characteristics. After a fast start, running velocity progressively decreased (- 11.6%; P<0.001) in the middle part of the race before an end spurt in the final 400-600 m. Stride length (- 7.4%; P<0.001) and frequency (- 4.1%; P=0.001) decreased over the 25 laps, while contact time (+ 8.9%; P<0.001) and total stride duration (+ 4.1%; P<0.001) progressively lengthened. Peak vertical forces (- 2.0%; P<0.01) and leg compression (- 4.3%; P<0.05), but not centre of mass vertical displacement (+ 3.2%; P>0.05), decreased with time. As a result, vertical stiffness decreased (- 6.0%; P<0.001) during the run, whereas leg stiffness changes were not significant (+ 1.3%; P>0.05). Spring-mass behaviour progressively changes during a 5-km time trial towards deteriorated vertical stiffness, which alters impact and force production characteristics.},
    doi = {10.1055/s-0032-1329958},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {researchgate.net},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    }                     

  • R. M. S. . . J-P. Girard O. and G. P. Millet, (2011) Spinal modulations accompany peripheral fatigue during prolonged tennis playing, Scand j med sci sport, iss. 21(3),pp. 455-64.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id184,
    Title = {Spinal modulations accompany peripheral fatigue during prolonged tennis playing},
    Author = {Girard, O., Racinais, S., Micallef, J-P., \& Millet, G.P.},
    Journal = {Scand J Med Sci Sport},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {21(3)},
    Pages = {455-64},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_184.pdf}
    }                     

  • A. Gonzalez, M. Hayashibe, V. Bonnet, and P. Fraisse, (2014) Whole body center of mass estimation with portable sensors: using the statically equivalent serial chain and a Kinect, Sensors (basel), vol. 14, iss. 9,p. 16955–16971.

    [ Doi 10.3390/s140916955 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gonzalez2014a,
    author = {Gonzalez, A. and Hayashibe, M. and Bonnet, V. and Fraisse, P.},
    title = {Whole body center of mass estimation with portable sensors: using the statically equivalent serial chain and a {K}inect},
    journal = {Sensors (Basel)},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {14},
    number = {9},
    pages = {16955--16971},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4208208}{PMC4208208}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/s140916955}{10.3390/s140916955}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25215943}{25215943}]},
    abstract = {The trajectory of the whole body center of mass (CoM) is useful as a reliable metric of postural stability. If the evaluation of a subject-specific CoM were available outside of the laboratory environment, it would improve the assessment of the effects of physical rehabilitation. This paper develops a method that enables tracking CoM position using low-cost sensors that can be moved around by a therapist or easily installed inside a patient's home. Here, we compare the accuracy of a personalized CoM estimation using the statically equivalent serial chain (SESC) method and measurements obtained with the Kinect to the case of a SESC obtained with high-end equipment (Vicon). We also compare these estimates to literature-based ones for both sensors. The method was validated with seven able-bodied volunteers for whom the SESC was identified using 40 static postures. The literature-based estimation with Vicon measurements had a average error 24.9 ± 3.7 mm; this error was reduced to 12.8 ± 9.1 mm with the SESC identification. When using Kinect measurements, the literature-based estimate had an error of 118.4 ± 50.0 mm, while the SESC error was 26.6 ± 6.0 mm. The subject-specific SESC estimate using low-cost sensors has an equivalent performance as the literature-based one with high-end sensors. The SESC method can improve CoM estimation of elderly and neurologically impaired subjects by considering variations in their mass distribution.},
    doi = {10.3390/s140916955},
    file = {:http\://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01063479/file/sensors-14-16955.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {lirmm-01063479},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {statically equivalent serial chain (SESC) ; identification ; center of mass (CoM) ; subject-specificity ; Kinect},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25215943},
    }                     

  • J. González, M. Pastorino, L. Pastor-Sanz, and ..., (2012) 2.103 technology and parkinson's disease: state-of-the-art and trends in remote monitoring and rehabilitation, Parkinsonism & related ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00251,
    Title = {2.103 TECHNOLOGY AND PARKINSON'S DISEASE: STATE-OF-THE-ART AND TRENDS IN REMOTE MONITORING AND REHABILITATION},
    Author = {JC González and M Pastorino and L Pastor-Sanz and ...},
    Journal = {Parkinsonism \& Related …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • D. Gordon, O. Caddy, V. Merzbach, M. Gernigon, J. Baker, A. Scruton, D. Keiller, and R. Barnes, (2015) Prior knowledge of trial number influences the incidence of plateau at vo2max, Journal of sport sciences and medicine, vol. 14, iss. 1,p. 47–53.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25729289,
    author = {Gordon, D. and Caddy, O. and Merzbach, V. and Gernigon, M. and Baker, J. and Scruton, A. and Keiller, D. and Barnes, R.},
    journal = {Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine},
    title = {Prior Knowledge of Trial Number Influences the Incidence of Plateau at VO2max},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Mar},
    number = {1},
    pages = {47--53},
    volume = {14},
    }                     

  • D. Gordon, M. Mehter, M. Gernigon, O. Caddy, D. Keiller, and R. Barnes, (2012) The effects of exercise modality on the incidence of plateau at vo2max, Clinical physiology and functional imaging, vol. 32, iss. 5,p. 394–399.

    [ Doi 10.1111/j.1475-097X.2012.01142.x ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid22856347,
    author = {Gordon, D. and Mehter, M. and Gernigon, M. and Caddy, O. and Keiller, D. and Barnes, R.},
    journal = {Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging},
    title = {The effects of exercise modality on the incidence of plateau at VO2max},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Sep},
    number = {5},
    pages = {394--399},
    volume = {32},
    doi = {10.1111/j.1475-097X.2012.01142.x},
    }                     

  • D. Gordon, K. Schaitel, A. Pennefather, M. Gernigon, D. Keiller, and R. Barnes, (2012) The incidence of plateau at vo(2max) is affected by a bout of prior-priming exercise, Clinical physiology and functional imaging, vol. 32, iss. 1,p. 39–44.

    [ Doi 10.1111/j.1475-097X.2011.01052.x ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid22152077,
    author = {Gordon, D. and Schaitel, K. and Pennefather, A. and Gernigon, M. and Keiller, D. and Barnes, R.},
    journal = {Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging},
    title = {The incidence of plateau at VO(2max) is affected by a bout of prior-priming exercise},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Jan},
    number = {1},
    pages = {39--44},
    volume = {32},
    doi = {10.1111/j.1475-097X.2011.01052.x},
    }                     

  • C. Grange, P. Monnier-Benoit, A. Groslambert, N. Tordi, S. Perrey, and J. Rouillon, (2011) The perceived exertion to regulate a training program in young women., Journal of strength & conditioning research, iss. 25(1),p. 220-4..

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id327,
    Title = {The perceived exertion to regulate a training program in young women.},
    Author = {Grange, C. and Monnier-Benoit, P. and Groslambert, A. and Tordi, N. and Perrey, S. and Rouillon, JD.},
    Journal = {Journal of Strength \& Conditioning Research},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {25(1)},
    Pages = {220-4.},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20093975}
    }                     

  • V. Gremeaux, E. Coudeyre, T. Viviez, P. J. Bousquet, and A. Dupeyron, (2015) Do teaching general practitioners' fear-avoidance beliefs influence their management of patients with low back pain?, Pain pract., vol. 15, iss. 8,p. 730–737.

    [ Doi 10.1111/papr.12248 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25269428,
    author = {Gremeaux, V. and Coudeyre, E. and Viviez, T. and Bousquet, P. J. and Dupeyron, A.},
    journal = {Pain Pract.},
    title = {Do Teaching General Practitioners' Fear-Avoidance Beliefs Influence Their Management of Patients with Low Back Pain?},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Nov},
    number = {8},
    pages = {730--737},
    volume = {15},
    doi = {10.1111/papr.12248},
    }                     

  • M. Gueugnon, R. N. Salesse, A. Coste, Z. Zhao, B. G. Bardy, and L. Marin, (2016) The acquisition of socio-motor improvisation in the mirror game, Human movement science, vol. 46,pp. 117-128.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.humov.2015.12.005 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gueugnon2016117,
    author = {Gueugnon, M. and Salesse, R. N. and Coste, A. and Zhao, Z. and Bardy, B. G. and Marin, L.},
    journal = {Human Movement Science},
    title = {The acquisition of socio-motor improvisation in the mirror game},
    year = {2016},
    issn = {0167-9457},
    pages = {117 - 128},
    volume = {46},
    abstract = {Abstract Socio-motor improvisation is defined as the creative action of two or more people without a script or anticipated preparation. It is evaluated through two main parameters: movement synchronization and movement richness. Experts in art (e.g., dance, theater or music) are known to exhibit higher synchronization and to perform richer movements during interpersonal improvisation, but how these competences evolve over time is largely unknown. In the present study, we investigated whether performing more synchronized and richer movements over time can promote the acquisition of improvisation. Pairs of novice participants were instructed to play an improvisation mirror game in three different sessions. Between sessions, they performed an unintended interpersonal coordination task in which synchronization and richness were manipulated, resulting in four different groups of dyads. Our results demonstrate that synchronization during improvisation improved for all groups whereas movement richness only enhanced for dyads that performed synchronized movements during unintended coordination tasks. Our findings suggest that movement synchrony contributes more than movement richness to the acquisition of socio-motor improvisation in the mirror game.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.humov.2015.12.005},
    keywords = {Interpersonal coordination},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167945715300749},
    }                     

  • M. Gueugnon, R. N. Salesse, A. Coste, Z. Zhao, B. G. Bardy, and L. Marin, (2016) Postural coordination during socio-motor improvisation, Frontiers in psychology, vol. 7.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{gueugnon2016postural,
    Title = {Postural coordination during socio-motor improvisation},
    Author = {Gueugnon, Mathieu and Salesse, Robin N and Coste, Alexandre and Zhao, Zhong and Bardy, Benoit G and Marin, Ludovic},
    Journal = {Frontiers in psychology},
    Year = {2016},
    Volume = {7},
    Publisher = {Frontiers Media SA}
    }                     

  • M. Gueugnon, K. Torre, D. Mottet, and F. Bonnetblanc, (2014) Asymmetries of bilateral isometric force matching with movement intention and unilateral fatigue, Exp brain res, vol. 232, iss. 6,p. 1699–1706.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Gueugnon2014,
    author = {Gueugnon, M. and Torre, K. and Mottet, D. and Bonnetblanc, F.},
    title = {Asymmetries of bilateral isometric force matching with movement intention and unilateral fatigue},
    journal = {Exp Brain Res},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {232},
    number = {6},
    pages = {1699--1706},
    month = {Jun},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-014-3862-8}{10.1007/s00221-014-3862-8}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24553753}{24553753}]},
    abstract = {During bilateral coordination, some level of inter-hemispheric remapping (i.e., the congruency between afferent and efferent force signals from both hemispheres) is required. In this case, sensory-motor information is exchanged between the two hemispheres, but it remains unclear whether this information exchange is always equivalent or not, especially in a bilateral isometric force-matching task. We used unilateral fatigue applied to one arm in order to determine whether inter-hemispheric remapping can vary asymmetrically during a bilateral isometric matching task. Because fatigue is considered to bias the sensory-motor system, we hypothesized that if bimanual coordination is modulated solely in function of the state of the sensory-motor system (motor efferences, inter-hemispheric inhibitions, and sensory reafferences), we should not observe any asymmetric effect of fatigue with movement intention (leading vs. matching arm). However, if any other process could participate in the modulation of inter-hemispheric remapping, we should observe an interaction between movement intentions and fatigue on the force produced. We found that, when the leading arm was the non-fatigued arm, participants succeeded in reproducing the force level with their fatigued arm. By contrast, when the leading arm was fatigued, subjects over-estimated the force level produced with their non-fatigued arm. Hence, lateralized fatigue exacerbates an asymmetric behavior that seems modulated by movement intention (leading vs. matching). In other words, when unilateral fatigue is introduced in a bilateral isometric force-matching task, inter-hemispheric remapping is asymmetrical. Intensity levels of motor commands sent to both arms (directly or modulated through inter-hemispheric inhibitions) and sensory reafferences alone cannot explain these observations. Some attentional focus may be not balanced continuously between both arms but may be mainly directed toward the matching arm.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24553753},
    }                     

  • N. Hammami, F. O. Coroian, M. Julia, M. Amri, D. Mottet, C. Herisson, and I. Laffont, (2012) Isokinetic muscle strengthening after acquired cerebral damage: a literature review, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 55, iss. 4,p. 279–291.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Hammami2012,
    author = {Hammami, N. and Coroian, F. O. and Julia, M. and Amri, M. and Mottet, D. and Herisson, C. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Isokinetic muscle strengthening after acquired cerebral damage: a literature review},
    year = {2012},
    month = {May},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2012.03.003}{10.1016/j.rehab.2012.03.003}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22503293}{22503293}]},
    number = {4},
    pages = {279--291},
    volume = {55},
    abstract = {Isokinetic strengthening is a rehabilitation technique rarely used in stroke patients. However, the potential benefits of force and endurance training in this population are strongly suspected.\\ This literature review synthesizes the results of clinical trials on this topic. The research was conducted on PubMed, using "Stroke", "rehabilitation", "isokinetic", "upper limb" and "training" as keywords.\\ Seventeen studies focusing on the use of isokinetics in assessment or rehabilitation (six studies) following stroke were reviewed. For the lower limb, muscle strength and walking ability improved after isokinetic rehabilitation programs. For the upper limb, the only two studies found in the literature suggest improvement in the strength of the trained muscles, of grip force, of the Fugl-Meyer motor score and of global functional capacities. This review does not reveal any consensus on the protocols to be implemented: type of muscle contraction, velocities….\\ While isokinetic strengthening has not proven its efficiency in rehabilitation of the upper limb following stroke, its interest with regard to rehabilitation of the lower limbs has been recognized. Randomized controlled trials in this field are necessary to confirm its efficiency, especially concerning upper arm rehabilitation.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22503293},
    }                     

  • J. Hamonet, J. Daviet, J. Bordes, E. Cugy, and ..., (2011) Comparative study on post-effect after gait trainer and after over-ground training in gait symmetry in stroke patients, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00030,
    Title = {Comparative study on post-effect after Gait Trainer and after over-ground training in gait symmetry in stroke patients},
    Author = {J Hamonet and JC Daviet and J Bordes and E Cugy and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • C. Hanon, S. Dorel, R. Delfour-Peyrethon, P. M. Lepretre, D. J. Bishop, S. Perrey, and C. Thomas, (2013) Prevalence of cardio-respiratory factors in the occurrence of the decrease in oxygen uptake during supra-maximal, constant-power exercise, Springerplus, vol. 2,p. 651.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Hanon2013,
    author = {Hanon, C. and Dorel, S. and Delfour-Peyrethon, R. and Lepretre, P. M. and Bishop, D. J. and Perrey, S. and Thomas, C.},
    journal = {Springerplus},
    title = {Prevalence of cardio-respiratory factors in the occurrence of the decrease in oxygen uptake during supra-maximal, constant-power exercise},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4192145}{PMC4192145}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/2193-1801-2-651}{10.1186/2193-1801-2-651}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25379364}{25379364}]},
    pages = {651},
    volume = {2},
    abstract = {To investigate the physiological mechanisms that explain the end-exercise decrease in oxygen uptake [Formula: see text] during strenuous constant-power exercise, we recruited eleven trained, track cyclists.\\ On two separated days they performed 1) resting spirometric measures, followed by an incremental test on a cycle ergometer to determine the power output at [Formula: see text] and 2) an exhaustive isokinetic supramaximal cycling exercise (Tlimsupra) at 185 ± 24% of [Formula: see text] (i.e., 640.5 ± 50.8 W). During cycling exercise tests, [Formula: see text], ventilation parameters, stroke volume (SV) and heart rate were continuously recorded. Furthermore, arterialised capillary blood samples were collected to measure blood pH, arterial oxygen saturation, lactate and bicarbonate concentration before and 5 min after Tlimsupra.\\ A > 5% decrease in [Formula: see text] and/or SV was observed in 6 subjects, with 5 out of 6 subjects presenting both phenomena. The magnitude of the [Formula: see text] decrease was correlated with the magnitude of the SV decrease (R = 0.75, P < 0.01), the peak-exercise end-tidal O2 partial pressure (R = 0.80, P < 0.005) and the resting, forced expiratory volume in 1 s (R = 0.72, P < 0.05), but not with any blood variables. The significant post-Tlimsupra decrease in forced vital capacity and forced inspiratory volume corroborate with a possible respiratory muscle fatigue.\\ Based on these findings, we demonstrate that the occurrence of [Formula: see text] decrease in more than half of our subjects, during a strenuous constant-power exercise leading to a mild-acidosis (pH = 7.21 ± 0.04), results mainly from cardio-respiratory factors and not from blood metabolic responses.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25379364},
    }                     

  • S. K. Hasnain, G. Mostafaoui, R. Salesse, L. Marin, and P. Gaussier, "Intuitive human robot interaction based on unintentional synchrony: a psycho-experimental study," in Development and learning and epigenetic robotics (icdl), 2013 ieee third joint international conference on, 2013, pp. 1-7.

    [ Doi 10.1109/DevLrn.2013.6652569 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InProceedings{6652569,
    Title = {Intuitive human robot interaction based on unintentional synchrony: A psycho-experimental study},
    Author = {Hasnain, S.K. and Mostafaoui, G. and Salesse, R. and Marin, L. and Gaussier, P.},
    Booktitle = {Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL), 2013 IEEE Third Joint International Conference on},
    Year = {2013},
    Month = {Aug},
    Pages = {1-7},
    Abstract = {Inspired by studies of interpersonal coordinations, we assumed that unintentional synchrony is a fundamental parameter to initiate and maintain Human Machine interactions. We developed, in our previous works, a neural model allowing a robot to synchronize its behavior depending on the human movement frequency, and thus to choose this interacting partner on the basis of synchrony detection between its own learned dynamics and the visual stimuli induced by the human motion. To confirm or deny our assumptions we present here a psychological study to measure unintentional synchronization during Unidirectional and Bidirectional Human Robot Interaction using our previously proposed model for initiating the interaction and focusing the robot attention on a selected partner. The experimental results demonstrated that bidirectional intuitive interaction leading to possible unintentional synchronization is primordial to obtain natural human robot interactions using a minimal cognitive load (unintentional behavior).},
    Doi = {10.1109/DevLrn.2013.6652569},
    Keywords = {cognition;control engineering computing;human-robot interaction;motion control;psychology;synchronisation;bidirectional human robot interaction;bidirectional intuitive interaction;human machine interactions;human motion;human movement frequency;interacting partner;interpersonal coordinations;intuitive human robot interaction;learned dynamics;minimal cognitive load;natural human robot interactions;neural model;psychological study;robot attention;robot behavior synchronization;synchrony detection;unidirectional human robot interaction;unintentional behavior;unintentional synchronization;unintentional synchrony;visual stimuli;Frequency measurement;Frequency synchronization;Human-robot interaction;Oscillators;Robots;Synchronization;Visualization}
    }                     

  • E. Henry, F. Henry, Y. VimonT, A. Descottes, and ..., (2011) Chronic low back pain and obsessive compulsive disorder: union is strength, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00242,
    Title = {Chronic low back pain and obsessive compulsive disorder: Union is strength},
    Author = {E Henry and F Henry and YA VimonT and A Descottes and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=9502680217475770404\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • E. Henry, F. Henry, Y. Vimont, A. Descottes, and ..., (2011) Lombalgie chronique et trouble obsessionnel compulsif: l'union fait la force!, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00336,
    Title = {Lombalgie chronique et trouble obsessionnel compulsif: l'union fait la force!},
    Author = {E Henry and F Henry and YA Vimont and A Descottes and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=8406895021579880220\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • N. Hocine, A. Gouaich, A. Cerri S, D. Mottet, J. Froger, and I. Laffont, (2015) Adaptation in serious games for upper-limb rehabilitation: an approach to improve training outcomes, User modeling and user-adapted interaction, vol. 25, iss. 1,pp. 65-98.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s11257-015-9154-6 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Hocine2015,
    author = {Hocine,N and Gouaich,A and Cerri,S,A. and Mottet,D and Froger,J and Laffont,I},
    title = {Adaptation in serious games for upper-limb rehabilitation: An approach to improve training outcomes},
    journal = {User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction},
    year = {2015},
    volume = {25},
    number = {1},
    pages = {65-98},
    month = Jan,
    doi = {10.1007/s11257-015-9154-6},
    file = {http\://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01121345/file/paper_umuai_dv.pdf:PDF:},
    hal_id = {lirmm-01121345},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {Physical rehabilitation ; Adaptation ; Serious games ; Stroke ; Upper-limb rehabilitation},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{Springer Verlag (Germany)}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01121345},
    }                     

  • C. Hoffmann, A. Filippeschi, E. Ruffaldi, and ..., (2011) Mastering energy management during rowing using virtual reality, Bio web of ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00106,
    Title = {Mastering energy management during rowing using virtual reality},
    Author = {CP Hoffmann and A Filippeschi and E Ruffaldi and ...},
    Journal = {BIO Web of …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {4 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=5393508996066915587\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00035/bioconf_skills_00035.html}
    }                     

  • C. Hoffmann, G. Torregrosa, and B. Bardy, (2012) Sound stabilizes locomotor-respiratory coupling and reduces energy cost, Plos one, iss. 7(9),pp. 1-12.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00042,
    Title = {Sound stabilizes locomotor-respiratory coupling and reduces energy cost},
    Author = {CP Hoffmann and G Torregrosa and BG Bardy},
    Journal = {PLoS ONE},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {9 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=3836594476356216064\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {7(9)},
    Pages = {1-12},
    Publisher = {dx.plos.org},
    Type = {HTML},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_363.pdf}
    }                     

  • C. Hoffmann, S. Villard, and B. Bardy, (2011) Can we stabilize the locomotor-respiratory coupling using a metronome during a sub-maximal exercise?, Colloque2011.docsmh.org, vol. 1.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00163,
    author = {Hoffmann, Charles and Villard, Sebastien and Bardy, Benoit},
    title = {Can we stabilize the Locomotor-Respiratory Coupling using a metronome during a sub-maximal exercise?},
    journal = {colloque2011.docsmh.org},
    year = {2011},
    volume = {1},
    month = {12},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    booktitle = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    }                     

  • C. Hoffmann, S. Villard, and B. Bardy, (2011) Stabilizing the locomotor-respiratory coupling using a metronome to save energy, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00200,
    Title = {Stabilizing the Locomotor-Respiratory Coupling Using a Metronome to Save Energy},
    Author = {CP Hoffmann and SJ Villard and BG Bardy},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00036/bioconf_skills_00036.html}
    }                     

  • C. P. Hoffmann and B. G. Bardy, (2015) Dynamics of the locomotor–respiratory coupling at different frequencies, Experimental brain research.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-015-4229-5 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00076,
    Title = {Dynamics of the locomotor–respiratory coupling at different frequencies},
    Author = {Hoffmann, C. P. and Bardy, B. G.},
    Journal = {Experimental brain research},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4883619748281113402\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00221-015-4229-5},
    Publisher = {Springer},
    Url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-015-4229-5}
    }                     

  • C. P. Hoffmann, A. Filippeschi, E. Ruffaldi, and B. G. Bardy, (2014) Energy management using virtual reality improves 2000-m rowing performance, Journal of sport sciences, vol. 32, iss. 6,p. 501–509.

    [ Doi 10.1080/02640414.2013.835435 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Hoffmann2014,
    author = {Hoffmann, C. P. and Filippeschi, A. and Ruffaldi, E. and Bardy, B. G.},
    title = {Energy management using virtual reality improves 2000-m rowing performance},
    journal = {Journal of Sport Sciences},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {32},
    number = {6},
    pages = {501--509},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2013.835435}{10.1080/02640414.2013.835435}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24053155}{24053155}]},
    abstract = {Elite-standard rowers tend to use a fast-start strategy followed by an inverted parabolic-shaped speed profile in 2000-m races. This strategy is probably the best to manage energy resources during the race and maximise performance. This study investigated the use of virtual reality (VR) with novice rowers as a means to learn about energy management. Participants from an avatar group (n = 7) were instructed to track a virtual boat on a screen, whose speed was set individually to follow the appropriate to-be-learned speed profile. A control group (n = 8) followed an indoor training programme. In spite of similar physiological characteristics in the groups, the avatar group learned and maintained the required profile, resulting in an improved performance (i.e. a decrease in race duration), whereas the control group did not. These results suggest that VR is a means to learn an energy-related skill and improve performance.},
    doi = {10.1080/02640414.2013.835435},
    file = {:http\://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02640414.2013.835435:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24053155},
    }                     

  • J. Hurtier, L. Van Dokkum, S. Dalhoumi, A. Coffey, S. Perrey, C. Jourdan, G. Dray, T. Ward, J. Froger, and I. Laffont, (2016) A closed-loop bci system for rehabilitation of the hemiplegic upper-limb: a performance study of the systems ability to detect intention of movement, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e88.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{hurtier2016closed,
    Title = {A closed-loop BCI system for rehabilitation of the hemiplegic upper-limb: A performance study of the systems ability to detect intention of movement},
    Author = {Hurtier, Juliette and Van Dokkum, Leh and Dalhoumi, Sami and Coffey, Aodhan and Perrey, Stéphane and Jourdan, Claire and Dray, Gérard and Ward, Tomas and Froger, Jerôme and Laffont, Isabelle},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e88},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • J. Issartel, T. Bardainne, P. Gaillot, and L. Marin, (2015) The relevance of the cross-wavelet transform in the analysis of human interaction–a tutorial, Frontiers in psychology, vol. 5,p. 1566.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{issartel2015relevance,
    Title = {The relevance of the cross-wavelet transform in the analysis of human interaction--a tutorial},
    Author = {Issartel, Johann and Bardainne, Thomas and Gaillot, Philippe and Marin, Ludovic},
    Journal = {Frontiers in psychology},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {1566},
    Volume = {5},
    Publisher = {Frontiers}
    }                     

  • J. Bousquet, R. Bourret, C. Camu, P. Augé, J. Bringer, M. Nogues, J. Jonquet, J. de la Coussaye, J. Ankri, M. Cesari, G. Guérin, V. Vellas, H. Blain, A. Arnavielhe, A. Avignon, C. Combe, G. Canovas, C. Daien, G. Dray, A. Dupeyron, J. Jeandel, L. Laffont, L. Laune, M. Marion, E. Pastor, J. Pélissier, G. Galan, J. Reynes, J. Reuzeau, A. Bedbrook, G. Granier, P. Adnet, M. Amouyal, A. Alomène, L. Bernard, C. Berr, C. Caimmi, G. Claret, J. Costa, J. Cristol, F. Fesler, H. Hève, J. Millot-Keurinck, M. Morquin, G. Ninot, M. Picot, R. Raffort, F. Roubille, A. Sultan, J. Touchon, A. Attalin, C. Azevedo, M. Badin, K. Bakhti, B. Bardy, M. Battesti, X. Bobia, C. Boegner, S. Boichot, H. Bonnin, S. Bouly, C. Boubakri, J. Bourrain, G. Bourrel, V. Bouix, V. Bruguière, C. Cade, C. CarrÉ, G. Cavalli, G. Cayla, C. Chiron, C. Coignard, F. Coroian, C. Costa, J. Cottalorda, C. Coulet, L. Coupet, M. Courrouy-Michel, C. Courtet, C. Cros, F. Cuisinier, M. Danko, P. Dauenhauer, M. Dauzat, M. David, J. Davy, D. Delignières, P. Demoly, J. Desplan, P. Dujols, G. Dupeyron, E. Engberink, M. Enjalbert, F. Fattal, J. Fernandes, M. Fouletier, F. Fraisse, G. Gabrion, M. Gellerat-Rogier, G. Gelis, G. Genis, G. Giraudeau, G. Goucham, F. Gouzi, F. Gressard, J. Gris, G. Guillot, G. Guiraud, V. Handweiler, M. Hayot, C. Hérisson, C. Heroum, H. Hoa, J. Jacquemin, S. Jaber, J. Jakovenko, J. J{ø}rgensen, P. Kouyoudjian, L. Lamoureux, L. Landreau, M. Lapierre, L. Larrey, L. Laurent, M. Léglise, J. Lemaitre, L. Le Quellec, F. Leclercq, L. Lehmann, L. Lognos, M. Lussert, M. Makinson, M. Mandrick, M. Mares, M. Martin-Gousset, M. Matheron, M. Mathieu, M. Meissonnier, G. Mercier, M. Messner, M. Meunier, M. Mondain, M. Morales, J. Morel, M. Mottet, P. Nérin, P. Nicolas, F. Nouvel, P. Paccard, G. Pandraud, M. Pasdelou, J. Pasquié, P. Patte, P. Perrey, M. Pers, F. Portejoie, J. Pujol, X. Quantin, I. Quéré, R. Ramdani, J. Ribstein, M. Rédini-Martinez, S. Richard, K. Ritchie, J. Riso, F. Rivier, J. Robine, C. Rolland, E. Royère, D. Sablot, J. Savy, L. Schifano, P. Senesse, R. Sicard, Y. Stephan, D. Strubel, G. Tallon, M. Tanfin, H. Tassery, I. Tavares, K. Torre, V. Tribout, A. Uziel, P. Van De Perre, F. Venail, C. Vergne-Richard, G. Vergotte, L. Vian, F. Vialla, F. Viart, M. Villain, E. Viollet, M. Ychou, and J. Mercier, (2018) MACVIA-LR (Fighting Chronic Diseases for Active and Healthy Ageing in Languedoc-Roussillon): A Success Story of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing., The Journal of frailty & aging,pp. 233-241.

    [ Doi 10.14283/jfa.2016.105 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{J.Bousquet2016,
    author = {Bousquet, Jean and Bourret, R and Camu, C and Aug{\'e}, P and Bringer, J. and Nogues, M. and Jonquet, J and de la Coussaye, J and Ankri, J and Cesari, M and Gu{\'e}rin, G. and Vellas, V and Blain, H. and Arnavielhe, A and Avignon, Antoine and Combe, C. and Canovas, G and Daien, C. and Dray, G and Dupeyron, A. and Jeandel, J and Laffont, L. and Laune, L and Marion, M and Pastor, E. and P{\'e}lissier, J. and Galan, G and Reynes, J. and Reuzeau, J and Bedbrook, A. and Granier, G. and Adnet, P and Amouyal, M and Alom{\`e}ne, A and Bernard, L and Berr, C and Caimmi, C and Claret, G and Costa, J. and Cristol, Jean-Paul and Fesler, F and H{\`e}ve, H and Millot-Keurinck, J and Morquin, M and Ninot, G. and Picot, M. and Raffort, R and Roubille, Fran{\c c}ois and Sultan, Ariane and Touchon, J. and Attalin, A and Azevedo, C and Badin, M and Bakhti, K and Bardy, B and Battesti, M and Bobia, X and Boegner, C. and Boichot, S and Bonnin, H and Bouly, S and Boubakri, C and Bourrain, J and Bourrel, G and Bouix, V and Brugui{\`e}re, V and Cade, C and Carr{\'E}, C. and Cavalli, G. and Cayla, G and Chiron, C. and Coignard, C and Coroian, F. and Costa, C and Cottalorda, J. and Coulet, C and Coupet, L and Courrouy-Michel, M and Courtet, C and Cros, C and Cuisinier, F and Danko, M. and Dauenhauer, P and Dauzat, M. and David, M. and Davy, J and Deligni{\`e}res, D. and Demoly, P. and Desplan, J and Dujols, P and Dupeyron, G and Engberink, E and Enjalbert, M and Fattal, F and Fernandes, J. and Fouletier, M and Fraisse, F and Gabrion, G and Gellerat-Rogier, M and Gelis, G and Genis, G and Giraudeau, G and Goucham, G and Gouzi, Fares and Gressard, F and Gris, J and Guillot, G and Guiraud, G. and Handweiler, V and Hayot, Maurice and H{\'e}risson, C and Heroum, C and Hoa, H and Jacquemin, J. and Jaber, Samir and Jakovenko, J. and J{{\o}}rgensen, J. and Kouyoudjian, P and Lamoureux, L and Landreau, L and Lapierre, M and Larrey, L and Laurent, L. and L{\'e}glise, M and Lemaitre, J. and Le Quellec, L and Leclercq, F. and Lehmann, L and Lognos, L and Lussert, M and Makinson, M and Mandrick, M and Mares, M. and Martin-Gousset, M and Matheron, M and Mathieu, M and Meissonnier, M and Mercier, G and Messner, M. and Meunier, M. and Mondain, M. and Morales, M and Morel, J. and Mottet, M and N{\'e}rin, P and Nicolas, P. and Nouvel, F. and Paccard, P. and Pandraud, G. and Pasdelou, M and Pasqui{\'e}, Jen-Luc and Patte, P and Perrey, P and Pers, M and Portejoie, F. and Pujol, J and Quantin, X and Qu{\'e}r{\'e}, I. and Ramdani, R and Ribstein, J and R{\'e}dini-Martinez, M and Richard, Sylvain and Ritchie, K and Riso, J and Rivier, Fran{\c c}ois and Robine, J and Rolland, C and Roy{\`e}re, E and Sablot, D and Savy, J and Schifano, L and Senesse, P and Sicard, R and Stephan, Y and Strubel, D. and Tallon, G and Tanfin, M and Tassery, H. and Tavares, I and Torre, K and Tribout, V and Uziel, A and Van De Perre, P. and Venail, F and Vergne-Richard, C and Vergotte, G and Vian, L and Vialla, F. and Viart, F and Villain, M. and Viollet, E and Ychou, M. and Mercier, Jacques},
    title = {{MACVIA-LR (Fighting Chronic Diseases for Active and Healthy Ageing in Languedoc-Roussillon): A Success Story of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing.}},
    journal = {{The Journal of frailty \& aging}},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {233-241},
    month = Apr,
    doi = {10.14283/jfa.2016.105},
    hal_id = {hal-01781516},
    hal_version = {v1},
    url = {https://hal.umontpellier.fr/hal-01781516},
    }                     

  • R. Jamora, P. Pasco, R. Teleg, and ..., (2012) 1.299 a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study comparing the efficacy, safety and tolerability of …, Parkinsonism & related ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00254,
    Title = {1.299 A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY COMPARING THE EFFICACY, SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY OF …},
    Author = {RD Jamora and PMD Pasco and RA Teleg and ...},
    Journal = {Parkinsonism \& Related …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Jubeau, T. Rupp, S. Perrey, J. Temesi, B. Wuyam, P. Levy, S. Verges, and G. Y. Millet, (2014) Changes in voluntary activation assessed by transcranial magnetic stimulation during prolonged cycling exercise, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 2,p. e89157.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Jubeau2014,
    author = {Jubeau, M. and Rupp, T. and Perrey, S. and Temesi, J. and Wuyam, B. and Levy, P. and Verges, S. and Millet, G. Y.},
    title = {Changes in voluntary activation assessed by transcranial magnetic stimulation during prolonged cycling exercise},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {9},
    number = {2},
    pages = {e89157},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3931682}{PMC3931682}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0089157}{10.1371/journal.pone.0089157}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24586559}{24586559}]},
    abstract = {Maximal central motor drive is known to decrease during prolonged exercise although it remains to be determined whether a supraspinal deficit exists, and if so, when it appears. The purpose of this study was to evaluate corticospinal excitability and muscle voluntary activation before, during and after a 4-h cycling exercise. Ten healthy subjects performed three 80-min bouts on an ergocycle at 45% of their maximal aerobic power. Before exercise and immediately after each bout, neuromuscular function was evaluated in the quadriceps femoris muscles under isometric conditions. Transcranial magnetic stimulation was used to assess voluntary activation at the cortical level (VATMS), corticospinal excitability via motor-evoked potential (MEP) and intracortical inhibition by cortical silent period (CSP). Electrical stimulation of the femoral nerve was used to measure voluntary activation at the peripheral level (VAFNES) and muscle contractile properties. Maximal voluntary force was significantly reduced after the first bout (13 ± 9%, P<0.01) and was further decreased (25 ± 11%, P<0.001) at the end of exercise. CSP remained unchanged throughout the protocol. Rectus femoris and vastus lateralis but not vastus medialis MEP normalized to maximal M-wave amplitude significantly increased during cycling. Finally, significant decreases in both VATMS and VAFNES (∼ 8%, P<0.05 and ∼ 14%, P<0.001 post-exercise, respectively) were observed. In conclusion, reductions in VAFNES after a prolonged cycling exercise are partly explained by a deficit at the cortical level accompanied by increased corticospinal excitability and unchanged intracortical inhibition. When comparing the present results with the literature, this study highlights that changes at the cortical and/or motoneuronal levels depend not only on the type of exercise (single-joint vs. whole-body) but also on exercise intensity and/or duration.},
    comment = {5 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=16248980242155592242\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {dx.plos.org},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24586559},
    }                     

  • M. Jubeau, T. Rupp, J. Temesi, S. Perrey, B. Wuyam, G. Y. Millet, and S. Verges, (2016) Neuromuscular fatigue during prolonged exercise in hypoxia., Medicine and science in sports and exercise.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{jubeau2016neuromuscular,
    Title = {Neuromuscular Fatigue during Prolonged Exercise in Hypoxia.},
    Author = {Jubeau, Marc and Rupp, Thomas and Temesi, John and Perrey, Stéphane and Wuyam, Bernard and Millet, Guillaume Y and Verges, Samuel},
    Journal = {Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
    Year = {2016}
    }                     

  • M. Kandel, J. Beis, V. Ganis, M. Prestini, and ..., (2011) Stimulation transcrânienne directe associée à la rééducation du membre supérieur en post-avc: faisabilité d'une étude prospective, randomisée, en …, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00148,
    Title = {Stimulation transcrânienne directe associée à la rééducation du membre supérieur en post-AVC: faisabilité d'une étude prospective, randomisée, en …},
    Author = {M Kandel and JM Beis and V Ganis and M Prestini and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • B. Karima, M. Muthalib, S. Perrey, J. Froger, I. Laffont, and D. Mottet, (2016) Fnirs provides clues about the neural correlates of the learned non-use of the paretic arm after a stroke, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e77–e78.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{bakhti2016fnirs,
    Title = {fNIRS provides clues about the neural correlates of the learned non-use of the paretic arm after a stroke},
    Author = {Bakhti Karima and Muthalib, Makii and Perrey, Stephane and Froger, Jerome and Laffont, Isabelle and Mottet, Denis},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e77--e78},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • M. Khoramshahi, A. Shukla, S. Raffard, B. G. Bardy, and A. Billard, (2016) Role of gaze cues in interpersonal motor coordination: towards higher affiliation in human-robot interaction, Plos one, vol. 11, iss. 6,p. e0156874.

    [ Doi 10.1038/srep28374 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{khoramshahi2016role,
    Title = {Role of gaze cues in interpersonal motor coordination: towards higher affiliation in human-robot interaction},
    Author = {Khoramshahi, Mahdi and Shukla, Ashwini and Raffard, Stéphane and Bardy, Benoit G and Billard, Aude},
    Journal = {Plos One},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {e0156874},
    Volume = {11},
    Doi = {10.1038/srep28374},
    Publisher = {Public Library of Science}
    }                     

  • S. A. Kotz, V. Penhune, M. Henry, E. Large, J. Grahn, and S. D. Bella, (2014) Entrainment: a domain general cognitive timing mechanism?, Procedia - social and behavioral sciences, vol. 126,pp. 24-26.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.304 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Kotz201424,
    author = {Sonja A. Kotz and Virginia Penhune and Molly Henry and Edward Large and Jessica Grahn and Simone Dalla Bella},
    journal = {Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},
    title = {Entrainment: A Domain General Cognitive Timing Mechanism?},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0428},
    note = {International Conference on Timing and Time Perception, 31 March – 3 April 2014, Corfu, Greece},
    pages = {24 - 26},
    volume = {126},
    abstract = {Abstract From an early age onwards we tend to synchronize to temporally regular and rhythmic stimuli, such as the beat in music, which inevitably leads to movement. Recently, such basic mapping of temporally regular sound and motor behavior has been critically discussed and the four speakers of this symposium will address extensions of a basic sensorimotor conceptualization of entrainment in their talks. M. Henry and colleagues discuss oscillatory entrainment in perception only, while E. Large puts to test whether oscillatory entrainment simply mirrors stimulus frequency when movement is coupled with syncopated rhythm. J. Grahn explores whether non-beat related factors impact synchronization in movement, while S. Dalla-Bella confers how stimulus complexity affects people's capacity to synchronize finger tapping but also perception. The symposium will be discussed by V. Penhune.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.02.304},
    keywords = {Rhythm},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042814018527},
    }                     

  • P. Kouyoumdjian, A. Dhenin, A. Dupeyron, R. Coulomb, and G. Asencio, (2016) Periprosthetic fracture in the elderly with anatomic modular cementless hemiarthroplasty, Orthopaedics & traumatology: surgery & research, vol. 102, iss. 6,p. 701–705.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{kouyoumdjian2016periprosthetic,
    Title = {Periprosthetic fracture in the elderly with anatomic modular cementless hemiarthroplasty},
    Author = {Kouyoumdjian, P and Dhenin, A and Dupeyron, A and Coulomb, R and Asencio, G},
    Journal = {Orthopaedics \& Traumatology: Surgery \& Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {701--705},
    Volume = {102},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, K. Bakhti, F. Coroian, L. van Dokkum, D. Mottet, N. Schweighofer, and J. Froger, (2014) Innovative technologies applied to sensorimotor rehabilitation after stroke, Ann phys rehabil med, vol. 57, iss. 8,p. 543–551.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2014,
    author = {Laffont, I. and Bakhti, K. and Coroian, F. and van Dokkum, L. and Mottet, D. and Schweighofer, N. and Froger, J.},
    journal = {Ann Phys Rehabil Med},
    title = {Innovative technologies applied to sensorimotor rehabilitation after stroke},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Nov},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2014.08.007}{10.1016/j.rehab.2014.08.007}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25261273}{25261273}]},
    number = {8},
    pages = {543--551},
    volume = {57},
    abstract = {Innovative technologies for sensorimotor rehabilitation after stroke have dramatically increased these past 20 years. Based on a review of the literature on "Medline" and "Web of Science" between 1990 and 2013, we offer an overview of available tools and their current level of validation. Neuromuscular electric stimulation and/or functional electric stimulation are widely used and highly suspected of being effective in upper or lower limb stroke rehabilitation. Robotic rehabilitation has yielded various results in the literature. It seems to have some effect on functional capacities when used for the upper limb. Its effectiveness in gait training is more controversial. Virtual reality is widely used in the rehabilitation of cognitive and motor impairments, as well as posture, with admitted benefits. Non-invasive brain stimulation (rTMS and TDCS) are promising in this indication but clinical evidence of their effectiveness is still lacking. In the same manner, these past five years, neurofeedback techniques based on brain signal recordings have emerged with a special focus on their therapeutic relevance in rehabilitation. Technological devices applied to rehabilitation are revolutionizing our clinical practices. Most of them are based on advances in neurosciences allowing us to better understand the phenomenon of brain plasticity, which underlies the effectiveness of rehabilitation. The acceptation and "real use" of those devices is still an issue since most of them are not easily available in current practice.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25261273},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, L. van Dokkum, F. Coroian, K. Bakhti, N. Hocine, A. Gouaich, D. Mottet, and J. Froger, (2014) Upper arm of stroke patients: from kinematics recording to rehabilitation, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e5 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.016 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2014e5,
    author = {I. Laffont and L. van Dokkum and F. Coroian and K. Bakhti and N. Hocine and A. Gouaich and D. Mottet and J. Froger},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Upper arm of stroke patients: From kinematics recording to rehabilitation},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e5 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.016},
    keywords = {Stroke},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714000591},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, L. van Dokkum, F. Coroian, K. Bakhti, N. Hocine, A. Gouaich, D. Mottet, and J. Froger, (2014) Membre supérieur de l’hémiplégique : de l’analyse cinématique à l’élaboration d’outils thérapeutiques, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e6 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.019 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2014e6,
    author = {I. Laffont and L. van Dokkum and F. Coroian and K. Bakhti and N. Hocine and A. Gouaich and D. Mottet and J. Froger},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Membre supérieur de l’hémiplégique : de l’analyse cinématique à l’élaboration d’outils thérapeutiques},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e6 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.019},
    keywords = {ésHémiplégie},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714000621},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, V. L. Dokkum, J. Froger, D. Mottet, and ..., (2012) Stroke patients: emerging rehabilitation techniques, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00247,
    Title = {Stroke patients: Emerging rehabilitation techniques},
    Author = {I Laffont and L Van Dokkum and J Froger and D Mottet and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, E. Galano, D. Mottet, S. Perrey, J. Pelissier, and J. Froger, (2013) Bci et rééducation par neurofeedback : quelle place dans nos stratégies actuelles de rééducation ?, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e377 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.969 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2013e377,
    author = {I. Laffont and E. Galano and D. Mottet and S. Perrey and J. Pelissier and J. Froger},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {BCI et rééducation par neurofeedback : quelle place dans nos stratégies actuelles de rééducation ?},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e377 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.969},
    keywords = {ésAVC},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713010865},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, E. Galano, D. Mottet, S. Perrey, J. Pelissier, and J. Froger, (2013) How does \BCI\ integrate our current strategies for rehabilitation after brain injury?, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e378 - e379.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.975 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2013e378,
    author = {I. Laffont and E. Galano and D. Mottet and S. Perrey and J. Pelissier and J. Froger},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {How does \{BCI\} integrate our current strategies for rehabilitation after brain injury?},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e378 - e379},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.975},
    keywords = {Stroke},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713010920},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, C. Jourdan, F. Coroian, H. Blain, V. Carre, E. Viollet, I. Tavares, C. Fattal, A. Gelis, F. Nouvel, K. Bakhti, V. Cros, K. Patte, L. Schifano, M. Porte, E. Galano, G. Dray, M. Fouletier, F. Rivier, R. Morales, P. Labauge, W. Camu, B. Combe, J. Morel, J. Froger, B. Coulet, J. Cottalorda, P. Kouyoumdjian, O. Jonquet, L. Landreau, H. Y. Bonnin, O. Hantkie, P. Nicolas, M. Enjalbert, C. Leblond, B. Soua, P. Coignard, D. Guiraud, C. Azevedo, D. Mottet, P. Fraisse, E. Pastor, J. Mercier, R. Bourret, J. Bousquet, J. Pelissier, B. Bardy, C. Herisson, and A. Dupeyron, (2015) Living lab macvia. disability, Presse med., vol. 44 Suppl 1,p. S60–69.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.lpm.2015.07.007 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26482491,
    author = {Laffont, I. and Jourdan, C. and Coroian, F. and Blain, H. and Carre, V. and Viollet, E. and Tavares, I. and Fattal, C. and Gelis, A. and Nouvel, F. and Bakhti, K. and Cros, V. and Patte, K. and Schifano, L. and Porte, M. and Galano, E. and Dray, G. and Fouletier, M. and Rivier, F. and Morales, R. and Labauge, P. and Camu, W. and Combe, B. and Morel, J. and Froger, J. and Coulet, B. and Cottalorda, J. and Kouyoumdjian, P. and Jonquet, O. and Landreau, L. and Bonnin, H. Y. and Hantkie, O. and Nicolas, P. and Enjalbert, M. and Leblond, C. and Soua, B. and Coignard, P. and Guiraud, D. and Azevedo, C. and Mottet, D. and Fraisse, P. and Pastor, E. and Mercier, J. and Bourret, R. and Bousquet, J. and Pelissier, J. and Bardy, B. and Herisson, C. and Dupeyron, A.},
    journal = {Presse Med.},
    title = {Living Lab MACVIA. Disability},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Nov},
    pages = {S60--69},
    volume = {44 Suppl 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.lpm.2015.07.007},
    }                     

  • I. Laffont, Y. van Raay, L. van Dokkum, J. Metrot, D. Mottet, J. Froger, and J. Pelissier, (2013) Rééducation robotisée du membre supérieur du patient cérébrolésé : état des lieux en 2013, Revue neurologique, vol. 169, Supplement 2,p. A222 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neurol.2013.01.540 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Laffont2013A222,
    author = {I. Laffont and Y. van Raay and L. van Dokkum and J. Metrot and D. Mottet and J. Froger and J. Pelissier},
    journal = {Revue Neurologique},
    title = {Rééducation robotisée du membre supérieur du patient cérébrolésé : état des lieux en 2013},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0035-3787},
    note = {Journées de Neurologie de langue française 2013},
    pages = {A222 -},
    volume = {169, Supplement 2},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neurol.2013.01.540},
    keywords = {ésAccident vasculaire cérébral},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0035378713005778},
    }                     

  • J. Lagarde, (2013) Challenges for the understanding of the dynamics of social coordination, Front neurorobot, vol. 7,p. 18.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnbot.2013.0001 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Lagarde2013,
    author = {Lagarde, J.},
    journal = {Front Neurorobot},
    title = {Challenges for the understanding of the dynamics of social coordination},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3795308}{PMC3795308}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnbot.2013.0001}{10.3389/fnbot.2013.0001}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24130526}{24130526}]},
    pages = {18},
    volume = {7},
    abstract = {The way people interact can be examined by looking at the way they move relative to each other. Seeking the principles behind those interactions have consequences potentially related to any type of interpersonal function, far beyond the so-called "motor" processes typically associated with the study of movements, be it perceptive, cognitive, affective, pragmatic, or epistemic. Here, we present the way the framework of coordination dynamics define and addresses the interactive actions in a dyad. We first introduce the basics of pattern formation as the roots of the theoretical approach of coordination dynamics, and then the way this framework may contribute to establish a solution to classify behaviors. Thereafter we review promising empirical results on the dynamics of interpersonal coordination, and finally discuss were to go next to decipher the way the coordination between two people and the way each individual contribute may be disentangled.},
    doi = {10.3389/fnbot.2013.0001},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24130526},
    }                     

  • J. Lagarde, G. Zelic, and D. Mottet, (2012) Segregated audio-tactile events destabilize the bimanual coordination of distinct rhythms, Exp brain res, vol. 219, iss. 3,p. 409–419.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Lagarde2012,
    author = {Lagarde, J. and Zelic, G. and Mottet, D.},
    journal = {Exp Brain Res},
    title = {Segregated audio-tactile events destabilize the bimanual coordination of distinct rhythms},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Jun},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-012-3103-y}{10.1007/s00221-012-3103-y}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22569884}{22569884}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {409--419},
    volume = {219},
    abstract = {We examined to what extent the CNS can efficiently bind together the perception of non-coincident multimodal events with coordinated movements. To do so, we selected a bimanual coordination with left-right asymmetry, which was, achieving 3:2 polyrhythmic movements. We asked participants to synchronize left and right fingers' movements to events presented, respectively, to the left and to the right side. In two segregated conditions, sound was presented on one side at one frequency while touch was presented on the other side at the other frequency; thus, the left and right rhythms were paced via a distinct sensory modality. In the three control conditions, the stimuli on both sides were presented via the same sensory modality: sound, touch, or coincident sound and touch. Our aim was to contrast two opposing hypotheses: Sensory segregated pacing (1) stabilizes polyrhythmic coordination because it favors the distinction between the fast and the slow rhythm versus (2) destabilizes polyrhythmic coordination because it introduces a very strong asymmetry. We performed a parametric study in which the ability to maintain the polyrhythmic coordination was explored over a broad range of pacing rates. We found that switches from the polyrhythmic coordination to an isofrequency pattern took place only in the sensory segregated conditions, at the highest frequencies. Moreover, transitions were preceded by an increase in the variability of the synchronization of movement to stimuli. We therefore propose that the destabilization originating from the asymmetry between sensory modalities overrides the assumed segregation effect. We discuss the possible neuronal underpinnings of this failure of binding of movement to segregated sound and touch.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22569884},
    }                     

  • E. Lamour, A. Behnegar, and J. Gracies, (2012) Simplified instructional cards for the implementation of guided self-rehabilitation contracts for inpatients with spastic paresis, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00261,
    Title = {Simplified instructional cards for the implementation of guided self-rehabilitation contracts for inpatients with spastic paresis},
    Author = {E Lamour and A Behnegar and JM Gracies},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • C. Lanhers, B. Pereira, C. Gay, C. Hérisson, C. Levyckyj, A. Dupeyron, and E. Coudeyre, (2016) Evaluation of the efficacy of a short-course, personalized self-management and intensive spa therapy intervention as active prevention of musculoskeletal disorders of the upper extremities (muska): a research protocol for a randomized controlled trial, Bmc musculoskeletal disorders, vol. 17, iss. 1,p. 497.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{lanhers2016evaluation,
    Title = {Evaluation of the efficacy of a short-course, personalized self-management and intensive spa therapy intervention as active prevention of musculoskeletal disorders of the upper extremities (Muska): a research protocol for a randomized controlled trial},
    Author = {Lanhers, Charlotte and Pereira, Bruno and Gay, Chloé and Hérisson, Christian and Levyckyj, Christine and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Coudeyre, Emmanuel},
    Journal = {BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {1},
    Pages = {497},
    Volume = {17},
    Publisher = {BioMed Central}
    }                     

  • M. Lapeyre-Mestre, C. Sapède, N. Moore, P. Bilbault, P. Blin, D. Chopy, D. Evans, F. Gueyffier, L. Lacoin, M. Malbezin, J. Micallef, D. Morlet-Vigier, S. Muller, E. Oger, Y. Plétan, G. Pons, P. Verpillat, and C. Vigneau, (2013) Pharmacoepidemiology studies: what levels of evidence and how can they be reached?, Th�rapie, vol. 68, iss. 4,pp. 241-52.

    [ Doi 10.2515/therapie/2013038 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Lapeyre-Mestre2013,
    Title = {Pharmacoepidemiology studies: what levels of evidence and how can they be reached?},
    Author = {Lapeyre-Mestre, Maryse and Sapède, Claudine and Moore, Nicholas and Bilbault, Pascal and Blin, Patrick and Chopy, Damien and Evans, David and Gueyffier, Fran{\c c}ois and Lacoin, Laure and Malbezin, Muriel and Micallef, Joëlle and Morlet-Vigier, Dana and Muller, Sophie and Oger, Emmanuel and Plétan, Yannick and Pons, Gérard and Verpillat, Patrice and Vigneau, Caroline},
    Journal = {{Th�rapie}},
    Year = {2013},
    Number = {4},
    Pages = {241-52},
    Volume = {68},
    Doi = {10.2515/therapie/2013038},
    Hal_id = {hal-01120370},
    Hal_version = {v1},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Publisher = {{EDP Sciences}},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    Url = {https://hal-univ-rennes1.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01120370}
    }                     

  • G. Layec, A. Bringard, Y. Le Fur, J. Micallef, C. Vilmen, S. Perrey, P. J. Cozzone, and D. Bendahan, (2016) Mitochondrial coupling and contractile efficiency in humans with high and low v˙ o2peaks., Medicine and science in sports and exercise, vol. 48, iss. 5,p. 811–821.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{layec2016mitochondrial,
    Title = {Mitochondrial Coupling and Contractile Efficiency in Humans with High and Low V˙ O2peaks.},
    Author = {Layec, Gwenael and Bringard, AURELIEN and Le Fur, Yann and Micallef, Jean-Paul and Vilmen, Christophe and Perrey, STEPHANE and Cozzone, Patrick J and Bendahan, David},
    Journal = {Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {811--821},
    Volume = {48}
    }                     

  • G. Layec, A. Bringard, Y. Le Fur, J. Micallef, C. Vilmen, S. Perrey, P. J. Cozzone, and D. Bendahan, (2016) Mitochondrial coupling and contractile efficiency in humans with high and low v˙ o2peaks., Medicine and science in sports and exercise, vol. 48, iss. 5,p. 811–821.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{LayecBringardLeFurEtAl2016,
    Title = {Mitochondrial Coupling and Contractile Efficiency in Humans with High and Low V˙ O2peaks.},
    Author = {Layec, Gwenael and Bringard, AUR{\'E}LIEN and Le Fur, Yann and Micallef, Jean-Paul and Vilmen, Christophe and Perrey, ST{\'E}PHANE and Cozzone, Patrick J and Bendahan, David},
    Journal = {Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {811--821},
    Volume = {48}
    }                     

  • G. Layec, A. Bringard, J. -P. Le Fur Y. Micallef, C. Vilmen, S. Perrey, P. J. Cozzone, and D. Bendahan, (2015) Opposite effects of hyperoxia on mitochondrial and contractile efficiency in human quadriceps muscles, American journal of physiology - regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, iss. DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00461.2014.

    [ Doi 10.1152/ajpregu.00461.2014 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00166,
    Title = {Opposite effects of hyperoxia on mitochondrial and contractile efficiency in human quadriceps muscles},
    Author = {Layec, G. and Bringard, A. and Le Fur, Y. Micallef, J.-P. and Vilmen, C. and Perrey, S. and Cozzone, P.J. and Bendahan, D.},
    Journal = {American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Number = {DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00461.2014},
    Doi = {10.1152/ajpregu.00461.2014},
    Publisher = {Am Physiological Soc},
    Url = {http://ajpregu.physiology.org/content/early/2015/02/11/ajpregu.00461.2014.abstract}
    }                     

  • G. Layec, A. Bringard, C. Vilmen, J. Micallef, Y. L. Fur, S. Perrey, P. J. Cozzone, and D. Bendahan, (2008) Accurate work-rate measurements during in vivo mrs studies of exercising human quadriceps, Magnetic resonance materials in physics, biology and medicine, vol. 21, iss. 3,p. 227–235.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s10334-008-0117-3 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Layec2008,
    Title = {Accurate work-rate measurements during in vivo MRS studies of exercising human quadriceps},
    Author = {Layec, Gwenael and Bringard, Aurélien and Vilmen, Christophe and Micallef, Jean-Paul and Fur, Yann Le and Perrey, Stéphane and Cozzone, Patrick J. and Bendahan, David},
    Journal = {Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine},
    Year = {2008},
    Number = {3},
    Pages = {227--235},
    Volume = {21},
    Abstract = {Given that we have reached a point in the field of muscle energetics where absolute measurements are warranted to take the area forward, we designed an ergometer, including two force and two displacement transducers, allowing dynamic and isometric knee extension within a MR system and accurate measurements of power output.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s10334-008-0117-3},
    ISSN = {1352-8661},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10334-008-0117-3}
    }                     

  • G. Layec, A. Bringard, K. Yashiro, Y. Le Fur, C. Vilmen, J. Micallef, S. Perrey, P. Cozzone, and B. D., (2012) The slow components of phosphocreatine and pulmonary oxygen uptake can be dissociated during heavy exercise according to training status., Experimental physiology, iss. 97(8):955-69.,p. doi: 10.1113/expphysiol.2011.062927.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id330,
    Title = {The slow components of phosphocreatine and pulmonary oxygen uptake can be dissociated during heavy exercise according to training status.},
    Author = {Layec,G and Bringard,A and Yashiro,K and Le Fur,Y and Vilmen,C and Micallef,JP and Perrey,S and Cozzone,PJ and Bendahan D.},
    Journal = {Experimental Physiology},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=17536783532480849800\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {97(8):955-69.},
    Pages = {doi: 10.1113/expphysiol.2011.062927},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22496500}
    }                     

  • J. Y. Lee, Y. Oh, S. S. Kim, R. A. Scheidt, and N. Schweighofer, (2016) Optimal schedules in multitask motor learning, Neural computation, vol. 28, iss. 4,p. 667–685.

    [ Doi 10.1162/NECO_a_00823 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26890347,
    author = {Lee, J. Y. and Oh, Y. and Kim, S. S. and Scheidt, R. A. and Schweighofer, N.},
    journal = {Neural Computation},
    title = {Optimal Schedules in Multitask Motor Learning},
    year = {2016},
    month = {Apr},
    number = {4},
    pages = {667--685},
    volume = {28},
    doi = {10.1162/NECO_a_00823},
    }                     

  • R. Lehoucq, (2011) De quoi l'extraterrestre est-il le nom?-représentation en sciences du vivant (11), Médecine/sciences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00287,
    Title = {De quoi l'extraterrestre est-il le nom?-Représentation en sciences du vivant (11)},
    Author = {R Lehoucq},
    Journal = {médecine/sciences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {euromov-conferences.eu},
    Url = {http://www.euromov-conferences.eu/articles/medsci/abs/2011/09/medsci20112711p1009/medsci20112711p1009.html}
    }                     

  • G. Leysens, V. E. der Elst, E. Vlaeyen, E. Dejaeger, and K. Milisen, (2013) Flanders’ falls awareness week: an example of promoting fall prevention strategies within the community and residential care settings, European geriatric medicine, vol. 4, Supplement 1,p. S55 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.179 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Leysens2013S55,
    author = {G. Leysens and E. Van der Elst and E. Vlaeyen and E. Dejaeger and K. Milisen},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {Flanders’ falls awareness week: An example of promoting fall prevention strategies within the community and residential care settings},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    note = {9th Congress of the EUGMS, Venice, 2-4 October 2013},
    pages = {S55 -},
    volume = {4, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.179},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764913002957},
    }                     

  • R. Linares, J. Micallef, and L. Marin, (2012) L'entraînement proprioceptif améliore l'équilibre des véliplanchistes olympiques, Science & sports.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00268,
    Title = {L'entraînement proprioceptif améliore l'équilibre des véliplanchistes olympiques},
    Author = {R Linares and JP Micallef and L Marin},
    Journal = {Science \& Sports},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=6145968244153985067\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0765159712000342}
    }                     

  • G. Lotito, L. Bensoussan, A. Delarque, and ..., (2011) Botulinum toxin for the treatment of spastic equinovarus foot in adults: effect on gait parameters. comparative randomized double-blind trial versus …, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00085,
    Title = {Botulinum toxin for the treatment of spastic equinovarus foot in adults: Effect on gait parameters. Comparative randomized double-blind trial versus …},
    Author = {G Lotito and L Bensoussan and A Delarque and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Luauté, S. Bellaiche, and D. Boisson, (2011) Constraint induced therapy and functional imaging, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00051,
    Title = {Constraint induced therapy and functional imaging},
    Author = {J Luauté and S Bellaiche and D Boisson},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Luauté, S. Bellaiche, and D. Boisson, (2011) Thérapie par la contrainte et imagerie fonctionnelle cérébrale, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00236,
    Title = {Thérapie par la contrainte et imagerie fonctionnelle cérébrale},
    Author = {J Luauté and S Bellaiche and D Boisson},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/publication/241123603_Thrapie_par_la_contrainte_et_imagerie_fonctionnelle_crbrale}
    }                     

  • J. Luaute and I. Laffont, (2015) Bcis and physical medicine and rehabilitation: the future is now, Ann. phys. rehabil. med., vol. 58, iss. 1,p. 1–2.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.12.002 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Luaute2015,
    author = {Luaute, J. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Ann. Phys. Rehabil. Med.},
    title = {BCIs and physical medicine and rehabilitation: The future is now},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Feb},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2014.12.002}{10.1016/j.rehab.2014.12.002}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25616605}{25616605}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {1--2},
    volume = {58},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.12.002},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25616605},
    }                     

  • N. A. Maffiuletti, J. Saugy, M. Cardinale, J. P. Micallef, and N. Place, (2013) Neuromuscular fatigue induced by whole-body vibration exercise, Eur. j. appl. physiol., vol. 113, iss. 6,p. 1625–1634.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00421-013-2590-2 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid23344670,
    Title = {Neuromuscular fatigue induced by whole-body vibration exercise},
    Author = {Maffiuletti, N. A. and Saugy, J. and Cardinale, M. and Micallef, J. P. and Place, N.},
    Journal = {Eur. J. Appl. Physiol.},
    Year = {2013},
    Month = {Jun},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {1625--1634},
    Volume = {113},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00421-013-2590-2}
    }                     

  • N. A. Maffiuletti, A. Morelli, A. Martin, J. Duclay, J. M. Billot M., F. Agosti, and A. Sartorio, (2011) Effect of sex and obesity on electrical current thresholds, Muscle nerve, iss. 44 (2),pp. 202-7.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id292,
    Title = {Effect of sex and obesity on electrical current thresholds},
    Author = {Maffiuletti,N.A. and Morelli,A. and Martin,A. and Duclay,J. and Billot,M., Jubeau M. and Agosti,F. and Sartorio,A.},
    Journal = {Muscle Nerve},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {44 (2)},
    Pages = {202-7},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_292.pdf}
    }                     

  • J. Maitre, Y. Gasnier, J. Jully, and ..., (2011) Jeunes et âgés, Neurophysiologie clinique/ ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00288,
    Title = {Jeunes et âgés},
    Author = {J Maitre and Y Gasnier and JL Jully and ...},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique/ …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, Z. Chua, M. Causse, S. Perrey, and F. Dehais, (2016) Why a comprehensive understanding of mental workload through the measurement of neurovascular coupling is a key issue for neuroergonomics?, Frontiers in human neuroscience, vol. 10,p. 250.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{mandrick2016comprehensive,
    Title = {Why a comprehensive understanding of mental workload through the measurement of neurovascular coupling is a key issue for Neuroergonomics?},
    Author = {Mandrick, Kevin and Chua, Zarrin and Causse, Mickael and Perrey, St{\'e}phane and Dehais, Frédéric},
    Journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {250},
    Volume = {10},
    Publisher = {Frontiers}
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, D. Coulon, S. Perrey, and J. Micallef, (2012) Hemodynamic cerebral response as a function of the neurovascular coupling with brain activation: nirs signal changes, Researchgate.net.

    [ Doi 10.13140/2.1.4730.3686 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00173,
    author = {Mandrick, Kevin and Coulon, Denis and Perrey, Stephane and Micallef, Jean-Paul},
    title = {Hemodynamic cerebral response as a function of the neurovascular coupling with brain activation: NIRS signal changes},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2012},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    doi = {10.13140/2.1.4730.3686},
    url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kevin_Mandrick/publication/267507860_Hemodynamic_cerebral_response_as_a_function_of_the_neurovascular_coupling_to_brain_activation_NIRS_signal_changes/links/545101130cf249aa53dc8e0e.pdf},
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, G. Derosière, G. Dray, D. Coulon, J. Micallef, and S. Perrey, (2012) Fnirs data analysis by slope: an alternative method to distinguish the level of cortical activation pattern during functional tasks., Researchgate.net.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00211,
    author = {Mandrick, Kevin and Derosière, Gérard and Dray, Gérard and Coulon, Denis and Micallef, Jean-Paul and Perrey, Stephane},
    title = {fNIRS data analysis by Slope: an alternative method to distinguish the level of cortical activation pattern during functional tasks.},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2012},
    month = {10},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kevin_Mandrick/publication/267507991_fNIRS_data_analysis_by_Slope_an_alternative_method_to_distinguish_the_level_of_cortical_activation_pattern_during_functional_tasks/links/545104330cf24e8f7376b235.pdf},
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, G. Derosière, G. Dray, D. Coulon, J. P. Micallef, and S. Perrey, (2013) Prefrontal cortex activity during motor tasks with additional mental load requiring attentional demand: a near-infrared spectroscopy study, Neurosci. res., vol. 76, iss. 3,p. 156–162.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Mandrick2013a,
    author = {Mandrick, K. and Derosière, G. and Dray, G. and Coulon, D. and Micallef, J. P. and Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Neurosci. Res.},
    title = {Prefrontal cortex activity during motor tasks with additional mental load requiring attentional demand: a near-infrared spectroscopy study},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Jul},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neures.2013.04.006}{10.1016/j.neures.2013.04.006}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23665138}{23665138}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {156--162},
    volume = {76},
    abstract = {Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is suitable for investigating cerebral oxygenation changes during motor and/or mental tasks. In the present study, we investigated how an additional mental load during a motor task at two submaximal loadings affects the fNIRS-measured brain activation over the right prefrontal cortex (PFC). Fifteen healthy males performed isometric grasping contractions at 15% and 30% of the maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) with or without an additional mental (i.e., arithmetic) task. Mental performance, force variability, fNIRS and subjective perception responses were measured in each condition. The performance of the mental task decreased significantly while the force variability increased significantly at 30% MVC as compared to 15% MVC, suggesting that performance of dual-task required more attentional resources. PFC activity increased significantly as the effort increased from 15% to 30% MVC (p<.001). Although a larger change in the deoxyhemoglobin was observed in dual-task conditions (p=.051), PFC activity did not change significantly as compared to the motor tasks alone. In summary, participants were unable to invest more attention and effort in performing the more difficult levels in order to maintain adequate mental performance.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23665138},
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, G. Derosiere, G. Dray, D. Coulon, J. Micallef, and S. Perrey, (2013) Utilizing slope method as an alternative data analysis for functional near-infrared spectroscopy-derived cerebral hemodynamic responses, International journal of industrial ergonomics, vol. 43, iss. 4,pp. 335-341.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.ergon.2013.05.003 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Mandrick2013335,
    author = {Kevin Mandrick and Gérard Derosiere and Gérard Dray and Denis Coulon and Jean-Paul Micallef and Stéphane Perrey},
    journal = {International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics},
    title = {Utilizing slope method as an alternative data analysis for functional near-infrared spectroscopy-derived cerebral hemodynamic responses},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0169-8141},
    number = {4},
    pages = {335 - 341},
    volume = {43},
    abstract = {Abstract The purpose was to propose an alternative data analysis for functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)-derived hemodynamics as a function of cortical activation changes. We evaluated hemodynamic responses from the prefrontal cortex region while 38 participants performed a cognitive task. The task consisted of an arithmetic calculation with three levels of complexity (i.e., easy, medium and difficult). These task-dependent hemodynamic responses were analyzed by the slope method (i.e. using a linear regression through the cognitive task) and were compared with the corresponding responses obtained with a traditional approach of the amplitude method. Subjective scales of task loading (assessed by \{DP15\} and NASA-TLX) and behavioral outcomes (performance and reaction time) were also recorded in response to the task complexity. Results revealed that the proposed slope method allowed a better discrimination in terms of cortical activation among all levels of mental workload. There was no significant increase in cortical activation between the medium and difficult levels (p = .30; d = 0.09) with the amplitude method while the slope coefficient was sensitive to the different levels (p < .01; d = 0.32). These preliminary results from a large sample size demonstrated that the slope method appears suitable for discriminating the changes in cortical activation with respect to the mental workload. Relevance to industry In this work, we proposed an optimum way of quantifying the mental workload of participants in terms of fNIRS-derived cerebral hemodynamic responses.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ergon.2013.05.003},
    keywords = {Near-infrared spectroscopy},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016981411300070X},
    }                     

  • K. Mandrick, S. Perrey, and J. Micallef, (2013) Functional near-infrared spectroscopy for evaluating mental workload, Researchgate.net.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00233,
    author = {K Mandrick and S Perrey and JP Micallef},
    title = {FUNCTIONAL NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR EVALUATING MENTAL WORKLOAD},
    journal = {researchgate.net},
    year = {2013},
    month = {06},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kevin_Mandrick/publication/267507706_Functional_NIRS_for_evaluating_mental_workload/links/5450ff390cf24e8f7376b0f5.pdf},
    }                     

  • B. Mantel, T. A. Stoffregen, A. Campbell, and B. G. Bardy, (2015) Exploratory movement generates higher-order information that is sufficient for accurate perception of scaled egocentric distance, Plos one, vol. 10, iss. 4,p. e0120025.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0120025 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{10.1371/journal.pone.0120025,
    Title = {Exploratory Movement Generates Higher-Order Information That Is Sufficient for Accurate Perception of Scaled Egocentric Distance},
    Author = {Mantel, B. and Stoffregen, T. A. and Campbell, A. and Bardy, B. G.},
    Journal = {PLoS ONE},
    Year = {2015},
    Month = {04},
    Number = {4},
    Pages = {e0120025},
    Volume = {10},
    Abstract = {

    Body movement influences the structure of multiple forms of ambient energy, including optics and gravito-inertial force. Some researchers have argued that egocentric distance is derived from inferential integration of visual and non-visual stimulation. We suggest that accurate information about egocentric distance exists in perceptual stimulation as higher-order patterns that extend across optics and inertia. We formalize a pattern that specifies the egocentric distance of a stationary object across higher-order relations between optics and inertia. This higher-order parameter is created by self-generated movement of the perceiver in inertial space relative to the illuminated environment. For this reason, we placed minimal restrictions on the exploratory movements of our participants. We asked whether humans can detect and use the information available in this higher-order pattern. Participants judged whether a virtual object was within reach. We manipulated relations between body movement and the ambient structure of optics and inertia. Judgments were precise and accurate when the higher-order optical-inertial parameter was available. When only optic flow was available, judgments were poor. Our results reveal that participants perceived egocentric distance from the higher-order, optical-inertial consequences of their own exploratory activity. Analysis of participants’ movement trajectories revealed that self-selected movements were complex, and tended to optimize availability of the optical-inertial pattern that specifies egocentric distance. We argue that accurate information about egocentric distance exists in higher-order patterns of ambient energy, that self-generated movement can generate these higher-order patterns, and that these patterns can be detected and used to support perception of egocentric distance that is precise and accurate.

    }, Doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0120025}, Owner = {pierre.jean}, Publisher = {Public Library of Science}, Timestamp = {2016.01.07}, Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0120025} }

  • L. Marin, (2015) Teaching interactions are based on motor behavior embodiment, Behavorial and brain sciences, vol. 38,p. e49.

    [ Doi 10.1017/S0140525X1400051X ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26786974,
    Title = {Teaching interactions are based on motor behavior embodiment},
    Author = {Marin, L.},
    Journal = {Behavorial and Brain Sciences},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {e49},
    Volume = {38},
    Doi = {10.1017/S0140525X1400051X}
    }                     

  • L. Marin, (2014) The importance of studying all subgoals at once, Front hum neurosci, vol. 8,p. 889.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Marin2014,
    author = {Marin, L.},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    title = {The importance of studying all subgoals at once},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4217380}{PMC4217380}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00889}{10.3389/fnhum.2014.00889}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25404909}{25404909}]},
    pages = {889},
    volume = {8},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25404909},
    }                     

  • L. Marin and B. Bardy, (2011) Les coordinations posturales: approches neuromusculaire et dynamique, Movement & sport sciences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00267,
    Title = {Les coordinations posturales: Approches neuromusculaire et dynamique},
    Author = {L Marin and BG Bardy},
    Journal = {Movement \& Sport Sciences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=10239278505804889298\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {cairn.info},
    Url = {http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=SM_074_0039}
    }                     

  • D. Delignieres, V. Marmelat, and K. Torre, (2011) Complexity, degeneracy, and long-range correlations, Didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00169,
    author = {Delignieres, Didier and Marmelat, Vivien and Torre, Kjerstin},
    title = {Complexity, Degeneracy, and Long-Range Correlations},
    journal = {didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr},
    year = {2011},
    month = dec,
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    booktitle = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    url = {http://didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr/Colloques-docs/Delignieres-Marmelat-1.pdf},
    }                     

  • D. Marmelat, (2016) Coordination processes and detrended cross-correlation analysis, Didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00186,
    author = {DDV Marmelat},
    title = {Coordination processes and Detrended Cross-Correlation Analysis},
    journal = {didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr},
    year = {2016},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    url = {https://didierdelignieresblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/delignieres-marmelat-4.pdf},
    }                     

  • D. Marmelat, (2016) Bimanual coordination, inter-personal coordination, and time scales, Didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00193,
    author = {DDV Marmelat},
    title = {Bimanual Coordination, Inter-Personal Coordination, and Time Scales},
    journal = {didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr},
    year = {2016},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    type = {PDF},
    url = {https://didierdelignieresblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/delignieres-marmelat-5.pdf},
    }                     

  • D. Marmelat, (2016) Detrended cross-correlation analysis: simulation studies, Didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00206,
    author = {DDV Marmelat},
    title = {Detrended Cross-Correlation Analysis: Simulation Studies},
    journal = {didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr},
    year = {2016},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    url = {https://didierdelignieresblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/delignieres-marmelat-3.pdf},
    }                     

  • V. Marmelat and D. Delignières, (2012) Strong anticipation: complexity matching in interpersonal coordination, Experimental brain research, iss. 222,pp. 137-148.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id359,
    Title = {Strong anticipation: Complexity matching in interpersonal coordination},
    Author = {Marmelat, V. \& Delignières, D.},
    Journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    Year = {2012},
    Number = {222},
    Pages = {137-148},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_359.pdf}
    }                     

  • V. Marmelat and D. Delignières, (2011) Experimental investigations, Medicina (kaunas).

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00239,
    Title = {EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS},
    Author = {V Marmelat and D Delignières},
    Journal = {Medicina (Kaunas)},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {didier.delignieres.perso.sfr.fr},
    Type = {PDF}
    }                     

  • V. Marmelat, D. Delignières, K. Torre, P. J. Beek, and A. Daffertshofer, (2014) 'human paced' walking: followers adopt stride time dynamics of leaders, Neurosci. lett., vol. 564,p. 67–71.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Marmelat2014a,
    author = {Marmelat, V. and Delignières, D. and Torre, K. and Beek, P. J. and Daffertshofer, A.},
    title = {'Human paced' walking: followers adopt stride time dynamics of leaders},
    journal = {Neurosci. Lett.},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {564},
    pages = {67--71},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2014.02.010}{10.1016/j.neulet.2014.02.010}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24548624}{24548624}]},
    abstract = {Isochronous cueing is widely used in gait rehabilitation even though it alters the stride-time dynamics toward anti-persistent rather than the persistent, fractal fluctuations characteristic of human walking. In the present experiment we tested an alternative cueing method: pacing by a human. To this end, we formed sixteen pairs of walkers based on their preferred stride frequency. Each pair consisted of a designated "leader" and a "follower" who was instructed to synchronize his or her steps to those of the leader. Heel strike times were detected with tiny footswitches, and Detrended Fluctuation Analysis (DFA) was applied to estimate fractal exponents of stride-time series. To ensure that the stride-time dynamics of the follower matched those of the leader, the latter was structurally modified by artificial cueing via either an isochronous metronome or a fractal metronome, in contrast to self-paced walking. Mean relative phases between followers and leaders were close to 0°, confirming that followers effectively synchronized their footfalls with those of the leaders. Mean fractal exponents were not statistically different between followers and leaders in any condition and highly correlated, suggesting that followers matched their stride-time structure to that of leaders. Our results open perspectives for alternative, more natural cueing protocols for gait rehabilitation.},
    comment = {2 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4902157825672703340\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24548624},
    }                     

  • V. Marmelat, K. Torre, P. J. Beek, and A. Daffertshofer, (2014) Persistent fluctuations in stride intervals under fractal auditory stimulation, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 3,p. e91949.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Marmelat2014,
    author = {Marmelat, V. and Torre, K. and Beek, P. J. and Daffertshofer, A.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Persistent fluctuations in stride intervals under fractal auditory stimulation},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3961269}{PMC3961269}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0091949}{10.1371/journal.pone.0091949}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24651455}{24651455}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {e91949},
    volume = {9},
    abstract = {Stride sequences of healthy gait are characterized by persistent long-range correlations, which become anti-persistent in the presence of an isochronous metronome. The latter phenomenon is of particular interest because auditory cueing is generally considered to reduce stride variability and may hence be beneficial for stabilizing gait. Complex systems tend to match their correlation structure when synchronizing. In gait training, can one capitalize on this tendency by using a fractal metronome rather than an isochronous one? We examined whether auditory cues with fractal variations in inter-beat intervals yield similar fractal inter-stride interval variability as isochronous auditory cueing in two complementary experiments. In Experiment 1, participants walked on a treadmill while being paced by either an isochronous or a fractal metronome with different variation strengths between beats in order to test whether participants managed to synchronize with a fractal metronome and to determine the necessary amount of variability for participants to switch from anti-persistent to persistent inter-stride intervals. Participants did synchronize with the metronome despite its fractal randomness. The corresponding coefficient of variation of inter-beat intervals was fixed in Experiment 2, in which participants walked on a treadmill while being paced by non-isochronous metronomes with different scaling exponents. As expected, inter-stride intervals showed persistent correlations similar to self-paced walking only when cueing contained persistent correlations. Our results open up a new window to optimize rhythmic auditory cueing for gait stabilization by integrating fractal fluctuations in the inter-beat intervals.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24651455},
    }                     

  • T. K. Marmelat V. and D. Delignières, (2012) Relative roughness: an index for testing the suitability of the monofractal model, Frontiers in fractal physiology, iss. 3:208,p. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00208.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id357,
    Title = {Relative Roughness: An index for testing the suitability of the monofractal model},
    Author = {Marmelat, V., Torre, K. \& Delignières, D.},
    Journal = {Frontiers in Fractal Physiology},
    Year = {2012},
    Number = {3:208},
    Pages = {doi: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00208},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_357.pdf}
    }                     

  • A. Marquer, J. Barra, C. Reymond, R. Joassin, and ..., (2011) Neural bases of aubert effect and prospects in rehabilitation, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00063,
    Title = {Neural bases of Aubert effect and prospects in rehabilitation},
    Author = {A Marquer and J Barra and C Reymond and R Joassin and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Marquer, C. Reymond, J. Barra, and ..., (2011) Perception de la verticale après avc: corrélats anatomo-cliniques pour la verticale visuelle, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00074,
    Title = {Perception de la verticale après AVC: corrélats anatomo-cliniques pour la verticale visuelle},
    Author = {A Marquer and C Reymond and J Barra and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • G. E. McPherson, Musical prodigies: interpretations from psychology, education, musicology, and ethnomusicology, Oxford university press, 2016.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Book{mcpherson2016musical,
    Title = {Musical Prodigies: Interpretations from Psychology, Education, Musicology, and Ethnomusicology},
    Author = {McPherson, Gary E},
    Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    Year = {2016}
    }                     

  • D. Menegalli, (2011) Baclofène intrathécale et dystonie post sdrc, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00069,
    Title = {Baclofène intrathécale et dystonie post SDRC},
    Author = {D Menegalli},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, J. Froger, I. Hauret, D. Mottet, L. van Dokkum, and I. Laffont, (2013) Motor recovery of the ipsilesional upper limb in subacute stroke, Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, vol. 94, iss. 11,pp. 2283-2290.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.apmr.2013.05.024 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Metrot20132283,
    author = {Julien Metrot and Jerome Froger and Isabelle Hauret and Denis Mottet and Liesjet van Dokkum and Isabelle Laffont},
    journal = {Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation},
    title = {Motor Recovery of the Ipsilesional Upper Limb in Subacute Stroke},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0003-9993},
    number = {11},
    pages = {2283 - 2290},
    volume = {94},
    abstract = {AbstractObjective To investigate the time-related changes in motor performance of the ipsilesional upper limb in subacute poststroke patients by using clinical and kinematic assessments. Design Observational, longitudinal, prospective, monocentric study. Setting Physical medicine and rehabilitation department. Participants Stroke patients (n=19; mean age, 62.9y) were included less than 30 days after a first unilateral ischemic/hemorrhagic stroke. The control group was composed of age-matched, healthy volunteers (n=9; mean age, 63.1y). Interventions Clinical and kinematic assessments were conducted once a week during 6 weeks and 3 months after inclusion. Clinical measures consisted of Fugl-Meyer Assessment, Box and Block Test (BBT), Nine-Hole Peg Test (9HPT), and Barthel Index. We used a 3-dimensional motion recording system during a reach-to-grasp task to analyze movement smoothness, movement time, and peak velocity of the hand. Healthy controls performed both clinical (BBT and 9HPT) and kinematic evaluation within a single session. Main Outcome Measures \{BBT\} and 9HPT. Results Recovery of ipsilesional upper arm capacities increased over time and leveled off after a 6-week period of rehabilitation, corresponding to 9 weeks poststroke. At study discharge, patients demonstrated similar ipsilesional clinical scores to controls but exhibited less smooth reaching movements. We found no effect of the hemispheric side of the lesion on ipsilesional motor deficits. Conclusions Our findings provide evidence that ipsilesional motor capacities remain impaired at least 3 months after stroke, even if clinical tests fail to detect the impairment. Focusing on this lasting ipsilesional impairment through a more detailed kinematic analysis could be of interest to understand the specific neural network underlying ipsilesional upper-limb impairment.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.apmr.2013.05.024},
    keywords = {Ipsilateral},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0003999313004553},
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, J. Froger, I. Hauret, D. Mottet, L. Vandokkum, and I. Laffont, (2014) Récupération motrice du membre ipsilésionnel en phase subaigue après \AVC\, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 57, Supplement 1,p. e181 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.656 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Metrot2014e181,
    author = {J. Metrot and J. Froger and I. Hauret and D. Mottet and L. Vandokkum and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Récupération motrice du membre ipsilésionnel en phase subaigue après \{AVC\}},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e181 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.656},
    keywords = {ésMembre supérieur ipsilésionnel},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S187706571400699X},
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, J. Froger, I. Hauret, D. Mottet, L. Vandokkum, and I. Laffont, (2014) Motor recovery of the less affected upper-limb in subacute stroke, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.647 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00224,
    Title = {Motor recovery of the less affected upper-limb in subacute stroke},
    Author = {Metrot,J. and Froger,J. and Hauret,I. and Mottet, D. and Vandokkum,L. and Laffont,I.},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.647},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION},
    Url = {http://www.em-consulte.com/en/article/896786}
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, D. Mottet, H. -Y. Bonnin-Koang, L. E. van Dokkum, and I. Laffont, (2013) Recovery of bimanual coordination is delayed after left hemispheric and/or purely cortical stroke lesions, Journal of the neurological sciences, vol. 333, Supplement 1,p. e230 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.jns.2013.07.902 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Metrot2013e230,
    author = {J. Metrot and D. Mottet and H.-Y. Bonnin-Koang and L.E. van Dokkum and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Journal of the Neurological Sciences},
    title = {Recovery of bimanual coordination is delayed after left hemispheric and/or purely cortical stroke lesions},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0022-510X},
    note = {Abstracts of the \{XXI\} World Congress of Neurology},
    pages = {e230 -},
    volume = {333, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jns.2013.07.902},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022510X13012136},
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, D. Mottet, I. Hauret, L. van Dokkum, H. Y. Bonnin-Koang, K. Torre, and I. Laffont, (2013) Changes in bimanual coordination during the first 6 weeks after moderate hemiparetic stroke, Neurorehabil neural repair, vol. 27, iss. 27(3):,pp. 251-259.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Metrot2013a,
    author = {Metrot, J. and Mottet, D. and Hauret, I. and van Dokkum, L. and Bonnin-Koang, H. Y. and Torre, K. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Neurorehabil Neural Repair},
    title = {Changes in bimanual coordination during the first 6 weeks after moderate hemiparetic stroke},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1545968312461072}{10.1177/1545968312461072}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23135767}{23135767}] [7 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=8844342870019335880\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    number = {27(3):},
    pages = {251-259},
    volume = {27},
    abstract = {Better understanding of how bimanual coordination changes over the first weeks of recovery after stroke is required to address the potential utility for bimanual rehabilitation. Three-dimensional kinematic analysis can provide quantitative assessment of unimanual and bimanual movements.\\ To assess the natural evolution of reaching kinematics during standard poststroke rehabilitation, focusing on bimanual coordination.\\ A total of 12 hemiparetic, moderately impaired patients were included within 30 days after a first unilateral ischemic/hemorrhagic stroke; 7 kinematic assessments were performed once a week for 6 weeks and at 3 months after inclusion. The reach-to-grasp task was performed in 3 different conditions: unimanual with the healthy limb (UN), unimanual with the paretic limb (UP), and bimanual (BN/BP).\\ For the paretic limb, movement fluency (number of movement units and total movement time) was lower for bimanual reaching compared with unimanual reaching. For bimanual reaching, (1) movement kinematics were similar for both limbs, (2) recovery patterns of both limbs followed a similar profile with a plateau phase at 6 weeks poststroke, and (3) intertrial variability of between-hands synchronization decreased over sessions, although the mean delays remained the same.\\ Bimanual coordination started to become efficient 6 weeks after onset of stroke, so for patients such as those we tested, this time could be most opportune to start bimanual-oriented rehabilitation. The challenge in future research includes determining the characteristics of patients who may best benefit from bimanual therapy.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {nnr.sagepub.com},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23135767},
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, D. Mottet, I. Relave, H. Bonnin, and ..., (2011) Bimanual coordination in stroke recovery: kinematic analysis provides open leads to individualize upper limb rehabilitation, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00036,
    Title = {Bimanual coordination in stroke recovery: Kinematic analysis provides open leads to individualize upper limb rehabilitation},
    Author = {J Metrot and D Mottet and I Relave and HY Bonnin and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • J. Metrot, D. Mottet, I. Relave, H. Bonnin, and ..., (2011) Les coordinations bimanuelles dans la récupération post-avc: l'analyse cinématique ouvre des pistes prometteuses pour l'individualisation de la prise en …, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00084,
    Title = {Les coordinations bimanuelles dans la récupération post-AVC: l'analyse cinématique ouvre des pistes prometteuses pour l'individualisation de la prise en …},
    Author = {J Metrot and D Mottet and I Relave and HY Bonnin and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • F. Michel, A. Dupeyron, J. J. Labat, E. Aleton, and B. Parratte, (2016) Internal obturator muscle: proposition of a transforaminal way under ultrasound guidance for botulinum toxin injections, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e146–e147.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{michel2016internal,
    Title = {Internal obturator muscle: Proposition of a transforaminal way under ultrasound guidance for botulinum toxin injections},
    Author = {Michel, Fabrice and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Labat, Jean Jacques and Aleton, Etienne and Parratte, Bernard},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e146--e147},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • S. B. Moro, S. Bisconti, M. Muthalib, M. Spezialetti, S. Cutini, M. Ferrari, G. Placidi, and V. Quaresima, (2014) A semi-immersive virtual reality incremental swing balance task activates prefrontal cortex: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study, Neuroimage, vol. 85, Part 1,pp. 451-460.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.05.031 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{BassoMoro2014451,
    author = {Sara Basso Moro and Silvia Bisconti and Makii Muthalib and Matteo Spezialetti and Simone Cutini and Marco Ferrari and Giuseppe Placidi and Valentina Quaresima},
    journal = {NeuroImage},
    title = {A semi-immersive virtual reality incremental swing balance task activates prefrontal cortex: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1053-8119},
    note = {Celebrating 20 Years of Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)},
    pages = {451 - 460},
    volume = {85, Part 1},
    abstract = {Abstract Previous functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) studies indicated that the prefrontal cortex (PFC) is involved in the maintenance of the postural balance after external perturbations. So far, no studies have been conducted to investigate the \{PFC\} hemodynamic response to virtual reality (VR) tasks that could be adopted in the field of functional neurorehabilitation. The aim of this fNIRS study was to assess \{PFC\} oxygenation response during an incremental and a control swing balance task (ISBT and CSBT, respectively) in a semi-immersive \{VR\} environment driven by a depth-sensing camera. It was hypothesized that: i) the \{PFC\} would be bilaterally activated in response to the increase of the \{ISBT\} difficulty, as this cortical region is involved in the allocation of attentional resources to maintain postural control; and ii) the \{PFC\} activation would be greater in the right than in the left hemisphere considering its dominance for visual control of body balance. To verify these hypotheses, 16 healthy male subjects were requested to stand barefoot while watching a 3 dimensional virtual representation of themselves projected onto a screen. They were asked to maintain their equilibrium on a virtual blue swing board susceptible to external destabilizing perturbations (i.e., randomizing the forward-backward direction of the impressed pulse force) during a 3-min \{ISBT\} (performed at four levels of difficulty) or during a 3-min \{CSBT\} (performed constantly at the lowest level of difficulty of the ISBT). The center of mass (COM), at each frame, was calculated and projected on the floor. When the subjects were unable to maintain the \{COM\} over the board, this became red (error). After each error, the time required to bring back the \{COM\} on the board was calculated (returning time). An eight-channel continuous wave fNIRS system was employed for measuring oxygenation changes (oxygenated-hemoglobin, O2Hb; deoxygenated-hemoglobin, HHb) related to the \{PFC\} activation (Brodmann Areas 10, 11 and 46). The results have indicated that the errors increased between the first and the second level of difficulty of the ISBT, then decreased and remained constant; the returning time progressively increased during the first three levels of difficulty and then remained constant. During the CSBT, the errors and the returning time did not change. In the ISBT, the increase of the first three levels of difficulty was accompanied by a progressive increase in \{PFC\} \{O2Hb\} and a less consistent decrease in HHb. A tendency to plateau was observable for \{PFC\} \{O2Hb\} and \{HHb\} changes in the fourth level of difficulty of the ISBT, which could be partly explained by a learning effect. A right hemispheric lateralization was not found. A lower amplitude of increase in \{O2Hb\} and decrease in \{HHb\} was found in the \{PFC\} in response to the \{CSBT\} with respect to the ISBT. This study has demonstrated that the oxygenation increased over the \{PFC\} while performing an \{ISBT\} in a semi-immersive \{VR\} environment. These data reinforce the involvement of the \{PFC\} in attention-demanding balance tasks. Considering the adaptability of this virtual balance task to specific neurological disorders, the absence of motion sensing devices, and the motivating/safe semi-immersive \{VR\} environment, the \{ISBT\} adopted in this study could be considered valuable for diagnostic testing and for assessing the effectiveness of functional neurorehabilitation.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.05.031},
    keywords = {Swing balance task},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811913005259},
    }                     

  • D. Mottet, (2013) Rééducation robotisée, jeux vidéos et réalité virtuelle : quel mariage ?, Revue neurologique, vol. 169, Supplement 2,p. A222 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.neurol.2013.01.541 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Mottet2013A222,
    author = {D. Mottet},
    journal = {Revue Neurologique},
    title = {Rééducation robotisée, jeux vidéos et réalité virtuelle : quel mariage ?},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0035-3787},
    note = {Journées de Neurologie de langue française 2013},
    pages = {A222 -},
    volume = {169, Supplement 2},
    doi = {10.1016/j.neurol.2013.01.541},
    keywords = {ésAccident vasculaire cérébral},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S003537871300578X},
    }                     

  • P. de Müllenheim, S. Chaudru, M. Gernigon, G. Mahé, S. Bickert, J. Prioux, B. Noury-Desvaux, and A. L. Faucheur, (2016) Accuracy of a low-cost global positioning system receiver for estimating grade during outdoor walking, Physiological measurement, vol. 37, iss. 10,p. 1741.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{0967-3334-37-10-1741,
    Title = {Accuracy of a low-cost global positioning system receiver for estimating grade during outdoor walking},
    Author = {Pierre-Yves de Müllenheim and Ségolène Chaudru and Marie Gernigon and Guillaume Mahé and Sandrine Bickert and Jacques Prioux and Bénédicte Noury-Desvaux and Alexis Le Faucheur},
    Journal = {Physiological Measurement},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {10},
    Pages = {1741},
    Volume = {37},
    Abstract = {The aim of this study was to assess, for the first time, the accuracy of a low-cost global positioning system (GPS) receiver for estimating grade during outdoor walking. Thirty subjects completed outdoor walks (2.0, 3.5 and 5.0 km · h −1 ) in three randomized conditions: 1/level walking on a 0.0% grade; 2/graded (uphill and downhill) walking on a 3.4% grade; and 3/on a 10.4% grade. Subjects were equipped with a GPS receiver (DG100, GlobalSat Technology Corp., Taiwan; ~US$75). The GPS receiver was set to record at 1 Hz and its antenna was placed on the right shoulder. Grade was calculated from GPS speed and altitude data (grade  =  altitude variation/travelled distance  ×  100). Two methods were used for the grade calculation: one using uncorrected altitude data given by the GPS receiver and another one using corrected altitude data obtained using map projection software (CartoExploreur, version 3.11.0, build 2.6.6.22, Bayo Ltd, Appoigny, France, ~US$35). Linear regression of GPS-estimated versus actual grade with R 2 coefficients, bias with 95% limits of agreement (±95% LoA), and typical error of the estimate with 95% confidence interval (TEE (95% CI)) were computed to assess the accuracy of the GPS receiver. 444 walking periods were performed. Using uncorrected altitude data, we obtained: R 2   =  0.88 ( p   <  0.001), bias  =  0.0  ±  6.6%, TEE between 1.9 (1.7–2.2)% and 4.2 (3.6–4.9)% according to the grade level. Using corrected altitude data, we obtained: R 2   =  0.98 ( p   <  0.001), bias  =  0.2  ±  1.9%, TEE between 0.2 (0.2–0.3)% and 1.0 (0.9–1.2)% according to the grade level. The low-cost GPS receiver used was weakly accurate for estimating grade during outdoor walking when using uncorrected altitude data. However, the accuracy was greatly improved when using corrected altitude data. This study supports the potential interest of using GPS for estimating energy expenditure during outdoor walking.},
    Url = {http://stacks.iop.org/0967-3334/37/i=10/a=1741}
    }                     

  • P. de Mullenheim, R. Dumond, M. Gernigon, G. Mahé, A. Lavenu, S. Bickert, J. Prioux, B. Noury-Desvaux, and A. Le Faucheur, (2016) Predicting metabolic rate during level and uphill outdoor walking using a low-cost gps receiver, Journal of applied physiology, vol. 121, iss. 2,p. 577–588.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{de2016predicting,
    Title = {Predicting metabolic rate during level and uphill outdoor walking using a low-cost GPS receiver},
    Author = {de Mullenheim, Pierre-Yves and Dumond, Rémy and Gernigon, Marie and Mahé, Guillaume and Lavenu, Audrey and Bickert, Sandrine and Prioux, Jacques and Noury-Desvaux, Bénédicte and Le Faucheur, Alexis},
    Journal = {Journal of Applied Physiology},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {577--588},
    Volume = {121},
    Publisher = {Am Physiological Soc}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, Qut| staff profiles| mark muthalib, Staff.qut.edu.au, 2011.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Book{pop00244,
    Title = {QUT| Staff Profiles| Mark Muthalib},
    Author = {M Muthalib},
    Publisher = {staff.qut.edu.au},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Url = {http://staff.qut.edu.au/staff/muthalib/}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, A. R. Anwar, S. Perrey, M. Dat, A. Galka, S. Wolff, U. Heute, G. Deuschl, J. Raethjen, and M. Muthuraman, (2013) Multimodal integration of fnirs, fmri and eeg neuroimaging., Clin neurophysiol., iss. 124(10):2060-2.,p. doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2013.03.018.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id450,
    author = {Muthalib, M. and Anwar, A.R. and Perrey, S. and Dat, M. and Galka, A. and Wolff, S. and Heute, U. and Deuschl, G. and Raethjen, J. \& Muthuraman, M.},
    journal = {Clin Neurophysiol.},
    title = {Multimodal integration of fNIRS, fMRI and EEG neuroimaging.},
    year = {2013},
    number = {124(10):2060-2.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2013.03.018},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.clinph-journal.com/article/S1388-2457(13)00260-5/abstract},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, P. Besson, J. Rothwell, E. T. Ward, and S. Perrey, (2016) Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fnirs study, Oxygen transport to tissue xxxiii.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-1-4939-3023-4_44 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00201,
    Title = {Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fNIRS study},
    Author = {Muthalib, M. and Besson, P. and Rothwell, J. and Ward, E. T. and Perrey, S.},
    Journal = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXIII},
    Year = {2016},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Doi = {10.1007/978-1-4939-3023-4_44},
    Type = {PDF}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, P. Besson, J. Rothwell, T. Ward, and S. Perrey, "Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fnirs study," in Oxygen transport to tissue xxxvii, Springer, 2016, p. 351–359.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{MuthalibBessonRothwellEtAl2016,
    Title = {Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fNIRS study},
    Author = {Muthalib, Makii and Besson, Pierre and Rothwell, John and Ward, Tomas and Perrey, Stephane},
    Booktitle = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVII},
    Publisher = {Springer},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {351--359}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, P. Besson, J. Rothwell, T. Ward, and P. Stephane, "Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fnirs study," in Oxygen transport to tissue xxxvii, Springer, 2016, p. 351–359.

    [ Doi doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3023-4_44 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{muthalib2016effects,
    Title = {Effects of anodal high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation on bilateral sensorimotor cortex activation during sequential finger movements: an fNIRS study},
    Author = {Muthalib, Makii and Besson, Pierre and Rothwell, John and Ward, Tomas and Perrey Stephane},
    Booktitle = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVII},
    Publisher = {Springer},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {351--359},
    Doi = {doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3023-4_44}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, B. Kan, K. Nosaka, and S. Perrey, (2013) Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex on prefrontal cortex activation during a neuromuscular fatigue task: an fNIRS study, Adv. exp. med. biol., vol. 789, iss. 789:73-9.,p. 73–79.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_11. ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Muthalib2013,
    author = {Muthalib, M. and Kan, B. and Nosaka, K. and Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Adv. Exp. Med. Biol.},
    title = {Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex on prefrontal cortex activation during a neuromuscular fatigue task: an f{N}{I}{R}{S} study},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_11}{10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_11}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23852479}{23852479}]},
    number = {789:73-9.},
    pages = {73--79},
    volume = {789},
    abstract = {This study investigated whether manipulation of motor cortex excitability by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) modulates neuromuscular fatigue and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)-derived prefrontal cortex (PFC) activation. Fifteen healthy men (27.7 ± 8.4 years) underwent anodal (2 mA, 10 min) and sham (2 mA, first 30 s only) tDCS delivered to the scalp over the right motor cortex. Subjects initially performed a baseline sustained submaximal (30 % maximal voluntary isometric contraction, MVC) isometric contraction task (SSIT) of the left elbow flexors until task failure, which was followed 50 min later by either an anodal or sham treatment condition, then a subsequent posttreatment SSIT. Endurance time (ET), torque integral (TI), and fNIRS-derived contralateral PFC oxygenated (O2Hb) and deoxygenated (HHb) hemoglobin concentration changes were determined at task failure. Results indicated that during the baseline and posttreatment SSIT, there were no significant differences in TI and ET, and increases in fNIRS-derived PFC activation at task failure were observed similarly regardless of the tDCS conditions. This suggests that the PFC neuronal activation to maintain muscle force production was not modulated by anodal tDCS.},
    doi = {10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_11.},
    file = {:http\://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_11:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23852479},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, G. Kerr, K. Nosaka, and S. Perrey, (2016) Local muscle metabolic demand induced by neuromuscular electrical stimulation and voluntary contractions at different force levels: a nirs study, European journal of translational myology, vol. 26, iss. 2.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{muthalib2016local,
    Title = {Local muscle metabolic demand induced by neuromuscular electrical stimulation and voluntary contractions at different force levels: a NIRS study},
    Author = {Muthalib, Makii and Kerr, Graham and Nosaka, Kazunori and Perrey, Stephane},
    Journal = {European Journal of Translational Myology},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {2},
    Volume = {26},
    Publisher = {PAGEPress}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, R. Re, P. Besson, S. Perrey, J. Rothwell, D. Contini, L. Spinelli, and A. Torricelli, (2015) Transcranial direct current stimulation induced modulation of cortical haemodynamics: a comparison between time-domain and continuous-wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy, Brain stimulation, iss. 8,p. 392.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.brs.2015.01.254 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id476,
    Title = {Transcranial direct current stimulation induced modulation of cortical haemodynamics: A comparison between time-domain and continuous-wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy},
    Author = {Muthalib, M. and Re, R. and Besson, P. and Perrey, S. and Rothwell, J. and Contini, D. and Spinelli, L. and Torricelli, A.},
    Journal = {Brain Stimulation},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {8},
    Pages = {392},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.brs.2015.01.254},
    File = {:http\://www.brainstimjrnl.com/article/S1935-861X(15)00678-6/abstract:URL},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Makii_Muthalib/publication/273079009_Transcranial_direct_current_stimulation_induced_modulation_of_cortical_haemodynamics_A_comparison_between_TD-_and_CW_fNIRS/links/54f6cfb90cf2ca5efeff50d5.pdf}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, R. Re, L. Zucchelli, S. Perrey, D. Contini, M. Caffini, L. Spinelli, G. Kerr, V. Quaresima, M. Ferrari, and A. Torricelli, (2015) Effects of increasing neuromuscular electrical stimulation current intensity on corticaln sensorimotor network activation: a time domain fnirs study, Plos one, vol. 10, iss. 7,p. e0131951.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0131951 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26158464,
    author = {Muthalib, M. and Re, R. and Zucchelli, L. and Perrey, S. and Contini, D. and Caffini, M. and Spinelli, L. and Kerr, G. and Quaresima, V. and Ferrari, M. and Torricelli, A.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Effects of Increasing Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Current Intensity on Corticaln Sensorimotor Network Activation: A Time Domain fNIRS Study},
    year = {2015},
    number = {7},
    pages = {e0131951},
    volume = {10},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0131951},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, R. Re, L. Zucchelli, S. Perry, D. Contini, M. Caffini, L. Spinelli, G. K. Kerr, and A. Torricelli, "Comparison between electrically-evoked and voluntary wrist movements on sensorimotor and prefrontal cortical activation : a multi-channel time domain fnirs study," in 16th international conference on near-infrared spectroscopy (nir2013), La Grande-Motte, France, 2013, p. 349–351.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @InProceedings{quteprints64613,
    Title = {Comparison between electrically-evoked and voluntary wrist movements on sensorimotor and prefrontal cortical activation : A multi-channel time domain fNIRS study},
    Author = {M. Muthalib and R. Re and L. Zucchelli and S. Perry and D. Contini and M. Caffini and L. Spinelli and G.K. Kerr and A. Torricelli},
    Booktitle = {16th International Conference on Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR2013)},
    Year = {2013},
    Address = {La Grande-Motte, France},
    Month = {November},
    Pages = {349--351},
    Publisher = {IRSTEA {--} France Institut National de recherche en sciences et technologies pour l{'}environnement et l{'}agriculture.},
    Abstract = {Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) has been consistently demonstrated to improve skeletal muscle function in neurological populations with movement disorders, such as poststroke and incomplete spinal cord injury (Vanderthommen and Duchateau, 2007). Recent research has documented that rapid, supraspinal central nervous system reorganisation/neuroplastic mechanisms are also implicated during NMES (Chipchase et al., 2011). Functional neuroimaging studies have shown NMES to activate a network of sub-cortical and cortical brain regions, including the sensorimotor (SMC) and prefrontal (PFC) cortex (Blickenstorfer et al., 2009; Han et al., 2003; Muthalib et al., 2012). A relationship between increase in SMC activation with increasing NMES current intensity up to motor threshold has been previously reported using functional MRI (Smith et al., 2003). However, since clinical neurorehabilitation programmes commonly utilise NMES current intensities above the motor threshold and up to the maximum tolerated current intensity (MTI), limited research has determined the cortical correlates of increasing NMES current intensity at or above MTI (Muthalib et al., 2012). In our previous study (Muthalib et al., 2012), we assessed contralateral PFC activation using 1-channel functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) during NMES of the elbow flexors by increasing current intensity from motor threshold to greater than MTI and showed a linear relationship between NMES current intensity and the level of PFC activation. However, the relationship between NMES current intensity and activation of the motor cortical network, including SMC and PFC, has not been clarified. Moreover, it is of scientific and clinical relevance to know how NMES affects the central nervous system, especially in comparison to voluntary (VOL) muscle activation. Therefore, the aim of this study was to utilise multi-channel time domain fNIRS to compare SMC and PFC activation between VOL and NMESevoked wrist extension movements.},
    Keywords = {Muscle stimulation, functional near infra-red spectroscopy, cortical activation},
    Url = {http://eprints.qut.edu.au/64613/}
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, A. E. Taser, J. Raethjen, S. Perrey, G. Schmidt, Deuschl G., and M. Muthuraman, (2015) Effects of on and off subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on cortical activation during finger movements tasks: a simultaneous fnirs and eeg study, Brain stimulation, iss. 8,p. 393.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.brs.2015.01.255 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id475,
    Title = {Effects of ON and OFF subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on cortical activation during finger movements tasks: a simultaneous fNIRS and EEG study},
    Author = {Muthalib, M. and Taser, A.E. and Raethjen, J. and Perrey, S. and Schmidt, G. and Deuschl, G., and Muthuraman, M.},
    Journal = {Brain Stimulation},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {8},
    Pages = {393},
    Doi = {10.1016/j.brs.2015.01.255},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stephane_Perrey/publication/272505313_Effects_of_ON_and_OFF_subthalamic_nucleus_deep_brain_stimulation_on_cortical_activation_during_finger_movements_tasks_a_simultaneous_fNIRS_and_EEG_study/links/54e763a90cf2cd2e0293f2dd.pdf}
    }                     

  • D. Nguyen, I. Laffont, and A. Dupeyron, (2016) Martials arts use in physical and rehabilitation medicine: literature review and perspectives, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e55–e56.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{nguyen2016martials,
    Title = {Martials arts use in physical and rehabilitation medicine: literature review and perspectives},
    Author = {Nguyen, Duong-Minh and Laffont, Isabelle and Dupeyron, Arnaud},
    Journal = {Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e55--e56},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • D. Nourrit-Lucas, A. O. Tossa, G. Zelic, and D. Delignieres, (2015) Learning, motor skill, and long-range correlations, J mot behav, vol. 47, iss. 3,p. 182–189.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25496662,
    author = {Nourrit-Lucas, D. and Tossa, A. O. and Zelic, G. and Delignieres, D.},
    journal = {J Mot Behav},
    title = {Learning, motor skill, and long-range correlations},
    year = {2015},
    number = {3},
    pages = {182--189},
    volume = {47},
    }                     

  • D. Nourrit-Lucas, G. Zelic, T. Deschamps, M. Hilpron, and D. D., (2014) Persistent coordination patterns in a complex task after 10 years delay, Human Movement Science, vol. 32,pp. 1365-1378.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.humov.2013.07.005 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Nourrit-Lucas2014,
    author = {Nourrit-Lucas, Déborah and Zelic, Gregory and Deschamps, Thibault and Hilpron, Michael and Delignières D.},
    title = {Persistent coordination patterns in a complex task after 10 years delay},
    journal = {{Human Movement Science}},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {32},
    pages = {1365-1378},
    month = Sep,
    doi = {10.1016/j.humov.2013.07.005},
    file = {:https\://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00915740/file/Persistent_coordination_patterns_after_10_years_delay_HMS_corrected.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {hal-00915740},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {Motor learning ; Retention ; Dynamical modeling},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{Elsevier}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00915740},
    }                     

  • A. E. Oumri, O. Elhilali, and ..., (2011) Faisabilité et tolérance des infiltrations épidurales par le hiatus sacrococcygien, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00296,
    Title = {Faisabilité et tolérance des infiltrations épidurales par le hiatus sacrococcygien},
    Author = {AA El Oumri and O Elhilali and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Papaiordanidou, M. Billot, A. Varray, and A. Martin, (2014) Neuromuscular fatigue is not different between constant and variable frequency stimulation, Plos one, vol. 9, iss. 1,p. e84740.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0084740 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{10.1371/journal.pone.0084740,
    Title = {Neuromuscular Fatigue Is Not Different between Constant and Variable Frequency Stimulation},
    Author = {Papaiordanidou, Maria AND Billot, Maxime AND Varray, Alain AND Martin, Alain},
    Journal = {PLoS ONE},
    Year = {2014},
    Month = {01},
    Number = {1},
    Pages = {e84740},
    Volume = {9},
    Abstract = {

    This study compared fatigue development of the triceps surae induced by two electrical stimulation protocols composed of constant and variable frequency trains (CFTs, VFTs, 450 trains, 30 Hz, 167 ms ON, 500 ms OFF and 146 ms ON, 500 ms OFF respectively). For the VFTs protocol a doublet (100 Hz) was used at the beginning of each train. The intensity used evoked 30% of a maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) and was defined using CFTs. Neuromuscular tests were performed before and after each protocol. Changes in excitation-contraction coupling were assessed by analysing the M-wave [at rest (Mmax) and during MVC (Msup)] and associated peak twitch (Pt). H-reflex [at rest (Hmax) and during MVC (Hsup)] and the motor evoked potential (MEP) during MVC were studied to assess spinal and corticospinal excitability of the soleus muscle. MVC decrease was similar between the protocols (−8%, P<0.05). Mmax, Msup and Pt decreased after both protocols (P<0.01). Hmax/Mmax was decreased (P<0.05), whereas Hsup/Msup and MEP/Msup remained unchanged after both protocols. The results indicate that CFTs and VFTs gave rise to equivalent neuromuscular fatigue. This fatigue resulted from alterations taking place at the muscular level. The finding that cortical and spinal excitability remained unchanged during MVC indicates that spinal and/or supraspinal mechanisms were activated to compensate for the loss of spinal excitability at rest.

    }, Doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0084740}, Owner = {pierre.jean}, Publisher = {Public Library of Science}, Timestamp = {2016.01.07}, Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0084740} }

  • M. Papaiordanidou, M. Hayashibe, A. Varray, C. Fattal, and D. Guiraud, (2014) A new method for muscle fatigue assessment: Online model identification techniques, Muscle nerve, vol. 50, iss. 4,p. 556–563.

    [ Doi 10.1002/mus.24190 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Papaiordanidou2014,
    Title = {A new method for muscle fatigue assessment: {O}nline model identification techniques},
    Author = {Papaiordanidou, M. and Hayashibe, M. and Varray, A. and Fattal, C. and Guiraud, D.},
    Journal = {Muscle Nerve},
    Year = {2014},
    Month = {Oct},
    Note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mus.24190}{10.1002/mus.24190}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24477627}{24477627}]},
    Number = {4},
    Pages = {556--563},
    Volume = {50},
    Abstract = {The purpose of this study was to propose a method that allows extraction of the current muscle state under electrically induced fatigue.\\ The triceps surae muscle of 5 subjects paralyzed by spinal cord injury was fatigued by intermittent electrical stimulation (5 × 5 trains at 30 Hz). Classical fatigue indices representing muscle contractile properties [peak twitch (Pt) and half-relaxation time (HRT)] were assessed before and after each 5-train series and were used to identify 2 relevant parameters (Fm , Ur ) of a previously developed mathematical model using the Sigma-Point Kalman Filter.\\ Pt declined significantly during the protocol, whereas HRT remained unchanged. Identification of the model parameters with experimental data yielded a model-based fatigue assessment that gave a more stable evaluation of fatigue than classical parameters.\\ This work reinforces clinical research by providing a tool that clinicians can use to monitor fatigue development during stimulation.},
    Doi = {10.1002/mus.24190},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24477627}
    }                     

  • M. Papaiordanidou, A. Varray, C. Fattal, and D. Guiraud, (2014) Neural and muscular mechanisms of electrically induced fatigue in patients with spinal cord injury, Spinal cord, vol. 52, iss. 3,p. 246–250.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Papaiordanidou2014a,
    author = {Papaiordanidou, M. and Varray, A. and Fattal, C. and Guiraud, D.},
    journal = {Spinal Cord},
    title = {Neural and muscular mechanisms of electrically induced fatigue in patients with spinal cord injury},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Mar},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/sc.2013.172}{10.1038/sc.2013.172}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24445970}{24445970}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {246--250},
    volume = {52},
    abstract = {Intervention study.\\ The present study aimed at examining whether spinal and/or peripheral alterations are in the origin of neuromuscular fatigue development induced by intermittent neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) in subjects with complete spinal cord injury (SCI).\\ Neurological Rehabilitation Center CMN Propara, Montpellier, France.\\ Thirteen volunteers with complete SCI participated in the study. The right triceps surae muscle was fatigued using a 30-Hz NMES protocol (2 s ON-2 s OFF) composed of three series of five trains. Spinal excitability (assessed by the H-reflex), muscle excitability (assessed by the M-wave), muscle contractile properties (assessed by mechanical response parameters) and torque evoked by NMES were tested before and after each five-train series.\\ NMES-evoked torque significantly decreased throughout the protocol (P<0.001). This decrease was accompanied by a significant increase in M-wave amplitude (P<0.001), whereas H-reflex and the Hmax/Mmax ratio were not significantly modified. The amplitude of the mechanical response was significantly decreased at the end of the protocol (P<0.05).\\ The results indicate significant fatigue development, which was attributed to impaired cross-bridge force-generating capacity, without modification of spinal excitability nor muscle excitability.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24445970},
    }                     

  • A. Pavy-Le Traon, A. Piedvache, S. Perez-Lloret, G. Calandra-Buonaura, V. Cochen-De Cock, C. Colosimo, P. Cortelli, R. Debs, S. Duerr, A. Fanciulli, A. Foubert-Samier, A. Gerdelat, T. Gurevich, F. Krismer, W. Poewe, F. Tison, C. Tranchant, G. Wenning, O. Rascol, and W. G. Meissner, (2015) New insights into orthostatic hypotension in multiple system atrophy: a european multicentre cohort study, J. neurol neurosurg psychiatry.

    [ Doi 10.1136/jnnp-2014-309999 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid25977316,
    author = {Pavy-Le Traon, A. and Piedvache, A. and Perez-Lloret, S. and Calandra-Buonaura, G. and Cochen-De Cock, V. and Colosimo, C. and Cortelli, P. and Debs, R. and Duerr, S. and Fanciulli, A. and Foubert-Samier, A. and Gerdelat, A. and Gurevich, T. and Krismer, F. and Poewe, W. and Tison, F. and Tranchant, C. and Wenning, G. and Rascol, O. and Meissner, W. G.},
    journal = {J. Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry},
    title = {New insights into orthostatic hypotension in multiple system atrophy: a European multicentre cohort study},
    year = {2015},
    month = {May},
    doi = {10.1136/jnnp-2014-309999},
    }                     

  • A. Pavy-Le Traon, A. Piedvache, S. Perez-Lloret, G. Calandra-Buonaura, V. Cochen-De Cock, C. Colosimo, P. Cortelli, R. Debs, S. Duerr, A. Fanciulli, and others, (2016) New insights into orthostatic hypotension in multiple system atrophy: a european multicentre cohort study, Journal of neurology, neurosurgery & psychiatry, vol. 87, iss. 5,p. 554–561.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pavy2016new,
    Title = {New insights into orthostatic hypotension in multiple system atrophy: a European multicentre cohort study},
    Author = {Pavy-Le Traon, A and Piedvache, A and Perez-Lloret, S and Calandra-Buonaura, G and Cochen-De Cock, V and Colosimo, C and Cortelli, P and Debs, R and Duerr, S and Fanciulli, A and others},
    Journal = {Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery \& Psychiatry},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {5},
    Pages = {554--561},
    Volume = {87},
    Publisher = {BMJ Publishing Group Ltd}
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2015) Editorial: investigating the human brain and muscle coupling during whole-body challenging exercise, Front physiol., vol. 6,p. 285.

    [ Doi doi: 10.3389/fphys.2015.00285 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26539123,
    author = {Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Front Physiol.},
    title = {Editorial: Investigating the human brain and muscle coupling during whole-body challenging exercise},
    year = {2015},
    pages = {285},
    volume = {6},
    doi = {doi: 10.3389/fphys.2015.00285},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2014) Possibilities for examining the neural control of gait in humans with fnirs., Front physiol., iss. 5:204,p. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2014.00204.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id436,
    Title = {Possibilities for examining the neural control of gait in humans with fNIRS.},
    Author = {Perrey, S},
    Journal = {Front Physiol.},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {5:204},
    Pages = {doi: 10.3389/fphys.2014.00204},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4035560/}
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2013) Promoting motor function by exercising the brain, Brain sci, vol. 3, iss. 1,p. 101–122.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2013,
    author = {Perrey, S.},
    journal = {Brain Sci},
    title = {Promoting motor function by exercising the brain},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4061835}{PMC4061835}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/brainsci3010101}{10.3390/brainsci3010101}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24961309}{24961309}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {101--122},
    volume = {3},
    abstract = {Exercise represents a behavioral intervention that enhances brain health and motor function. The increase in cerebral blood volume in response to physical activity may be responsible for improving brain function. Among the various neuroimaging techniques used to monitor brain hemodynamic response during exercise, functional near-infrared spectroscopy could facilitate the measurement of task-related cortical responses noninvasively and is relatively robust with regard to the subjects' motion. Although the components of optimal exercise interventions have not been determined, evidence from animal and human studies suggests that aerobic exercise with sufficiently high intensity has neuroprotective properties and promotes motor function. This review provides an insight into the effect of physical activity (based on endurance and resistance exercises) on brain function for producing movement. Since most progress in the study of brain function has come from patients with neurological disorders (e.g., stroke and Parkinson's patients), this review presents some findings emphasizing training paradigms for restoring motor function.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24961309},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2012) Nirs for measuring cerebral hemodynamic responses during exercise, Functional neuroimaging in exercise and sport ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00115,
    Title = {NIRS for measuring cerebral hemodynamic responses during exercise},
    Author = {S Perrey},
    Journal = {Functional Neuroimaging in Exercise and Sport …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {3 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=12189732377104046221\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Springer},
    Url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4614-3293-7_14}
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2011) Marathon run is an important stress to muscle and brain functions., Journal of applied physiology, iss. 110(1),p. 278; discussion 294.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id326,
    Title = {Marathon run is an important stress to muscle and brain functions.},
    Author = {Perrey, S.},
    Journal = {Journal of Applied Physiology},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {110(1)},
    Pages = {278; discussion 294},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03}
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, G. Derosiere, G. Dray, and T. Ward, (2013) La détection des états mentaux des utilisateurs par des signaux hémodynamiques mesurés par \NIRS\, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e377 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.970 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2013e377,
    author = {S. Perrey and G. Derosiere and G. Dray and T. Ward},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {La détection des états mentaux des utilisateurs par des signaux hémodynamiques mesurés par \{NIRS\}},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e377 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.970},
    keywords = {ésNIRS},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713010877},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, G. Derosiere, G. Dray, and T. Ward, (2013) Detecting the user mental states from the nirs-measured hemodynamic signals, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e379 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.976 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2013e379,
    author = {S. Perrey and G. Derosiere and G. Dray and T. Ward},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Detecting the user mental states from the NIRS-measured hemodynamic signals},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e379 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.976},
    keywords = {NIRS},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713010932},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, M. Joyner, J. R. Ruiz, A. Lucia, K. Nosaka, J. Louis, Y. P. Pitsiladis, J. M. Smoliga, G. S. Zavorsky, G. R. Hunter, G. Fisher, C. K. Kim, and H. J. Kim, (2012) Commentaries on viewpoint: sacrificing economy to improve running performance–a reality in the ultramarathon?, J appl physiol, iss. 113(3):510-2.,p. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00666.2012.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id455,
    author = {Perrey,S and Joyner,M and Ruiz,J.R and Lucia,A and Nosaka,K and Louis,J and Pitsiladis,Y.P and Smoliga,J.M and Zavorsky,G.S and Hunter,G.R and Fisher,G and Kim,C.K and Kim,H.J},
    journal = {J Appl Physiol},
    title = {Commentaries on viewpoint: sacrificing economy to improve running performance--a reality in the ultramarathon?},
    year = {2012},
    number = {113(3):510-2.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00666.2012},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey and K. Mandrick, (2012) Evidence from neuroimaging to explore brain plasticity in humans during an ultra-endurance burden, Bmc medicine, iss. 10:171.,p. doi: 10.1186/1741-7015-10-171..

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00152,
    Title = {Evidence from neuroimaging to explore brain plasticity in humans during an ultra-endurance burden},
    Author = {S Perrey and K Mandrick},
    Journal = {BMC medicine},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Number = {10:171.},
    Pages = {doi: 10.1186/1741-7015-10-171.},
    Publisher = {biomedcentral.com},
    Type = {HTML}
    }                     

  • P. Q. Pfordresher, S. M. Demorest, S. Dalla Bella, S. Hutchins, P. Loui, J. Rutkowski, and G. F. Welch, (2015) Theoretical perspectives on singing accuracy: an introduction to the special issue on singing accuracy (part 1), Music percept, vol. 32,p. 227–231.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pfordresher2015theoretical,
    Title = {Theoretical perspectives on singing accuracy: an introduction to the special issue on singing accuracy (Part 1)},
    Author = {Pfordresher, Peter Q and Demorest, Steven M and Dalla Bella, Simone and Hutchins, Sean and Loui, Psyche and Rutkowski, Joanne and Welch, Graham F},
    Journal = {Music Percept},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {227--231},
    Volume = {32}
    }                     

  • M. Porte, K. Patte, A. Dupeyron, and J. Cottalorda, (2016) Exercise therapy in the treatment of idiopathic adolescent scoliosis : is it useful?, Archives de pediatrie: organe officiel de la societe francaise de pediatrie, vol. 23, iss. 6,p. 624–628.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{porte2016exercise,
    Title = {Exercise therapy in the treatment of idiopathic adolescent scoliosis : Is it useful?},
    Author = {Porte, M and Patte, K and Dupeyron, A and Cottalorda, J},
    Journal = {Archives de pediatrie: organe officiel de la Societe francaise de pediatrie},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {624--628},
    Volume = {23}
    }                     

  • A. Primerano, E. Hutin, M. Boutou, and ..., (2011) Biomechanical evaluation after a “light” functional restoration program (frp) in chronic low back pain, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00246,
    Title = {Biomechanical evaluation after a “Light” Functional Restoration Program (FRP) in chronic low back pain},
    Author = {A Primerano and E Hutin and M Boutou and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Primerano, E. Hutin, M. Boutou, and ..., (2011) Évaluation biomécanique d'un programme «mini-rfr»(restauration fonctionnelle du rachis) chez les patients affectés par une lombalgie chronique, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00302,
    Title = {Évaluation biomécanique d'un programme «Mini-RFR»(restauration fonctionnelle du rachis) chez les patients affectés par une lombalgie chronique},
    Author = {A Primerano and E Hutin and M Boutou and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • R. Radel, J. Brisswalter, and S. Perrey, (2016) Saving mental effort to maintain physical effort: a shift of activity within the prefrontal cortex in anticipation of prolonged exercise, Cognitive, affective, & behavioral neuroscience,p. 1–10.

    [ Doi 10.3758/s13415-016-0480-x ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{radel2016saving,
    Title = {Saving mental effort to maintain physical effort: a shift of activity within the prefrontal cortex in anticipation of prolonged exercise},
    Author = {Radel, Rémi and Brisswalter, Jeanick and Perrey, Stéphane},
    Journal = {Cognitive, Affective, \& Behavioral Neuroscience},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {1--10},
    Abstract = {Executive functioning and attention require mental effort. In line with the resource conservation principle, we hypothesized that mental effort would be saved when individuals expected to exercise for a long period. Twenty-two study participants exercised twice on a cycle ergometer for 10 min at 60% of their maximal aerobic power, with the expectation of exercising for either 10 min or 60 min. Changes in activity in the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (rdlPFC) and right medial frontal cortex (rmPFC) were investigated by measuring oxyhemoglobin using near-infrared spectroscopy. Attentional focus and ratings of perceived exertion were assessed at three time points (200, 400, and 600 s). The oxyhemoglobin concentration was lower in the rdlPFC and higher in the rmPFC under the 60-min than under the 10-min condition. Also, attention was less focused in the 60-min than in the 10-min condition. We discuss these results as possible evidence of a disengagement of the brain regions associated with mental effort (executive network), in favor of brain regions linked to resting activity (the default network), in order to save mental resources for the maintenance of exercise},
    Doi = {10.3758/s13415-016-0480-x},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • S. Raffard, C. Bortolon, M. Khoramshahi, R. N. Salesse, M. Burca, L. Marin, B. G. Bardy, A. Billard, V. Macioce, and D. Capdevielle, (2016) Humanoid robots versus humans: how is emotional valence of facial expressions recognized by individuals with schizophrenia? an exploratory study, Schizophrenia research.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{raffard2016humanoid,
    Title = {Humanoid robots versus humans: How is emotional valence of facial expressions recognized by individuals with schizophrenia? An exploratory study},
    Author = {Raffard, Stéphane and Bortolon, Catherine and Khoramshahi, Mahdi and Salesse, Robin N and Burca, Marianna and Marin, Ludovic and Bardy, Benoit G and Billard, Aude and Macioce, Valérie and Capdevielle, Delphine},
    Journal = {Schizophrenia Research},
    Year = {2016},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • S. Raffard, R. N. Salesse, L. Marin, J. Del-Monte, R. C. Schmidt, M. Varlet, B. G. Bardy, J. P. Boulenger, and D. Capdevielle, (2015) Social priming enhances interpersonal synchronization and feeling of connectedness towards schizophrenia patients, Scientific reports, vol. 5,p. 8156.

    [ Doi 10.1038/srep08156 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Raffard2015,
    author = {Raffard, S. and Salesse, R. N. and Marin, L. and Del-Monte, J. and Schmidt, R. C. and Varlet, M. and Bardy, B. G. and Boulenger, J. P. and Capdevielle, D.},
    journal = {Scientific Reports},
    title = {Social priming enhances interpersonal synchronization and feeling of connectedness towards schizophrenia patients},
    year = {2015},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4313116}{PMC4313116}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep08156}{10.1038/srep08156}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25640605}{25640605}]},
    pages = {8156},
    volume = {5},
    abstract = {What leads healthy individuals to abnormal feelings of contact with schizophrenia patients remains obscure. Despite recent findings that human bonding is an interactive process influenced by coordination dynamics, the spatiotemporal organization of the bodily movements of schizophrenia patients when interacting with other people is poorly understood. Interpersonal motor coordination between dyads of patients (n = 45) or healthy controls (n = 45), and synchronization partners (n = 90), was assessed with a hand-held pendulum task following implicit exposure to pro-social, non-social, or anti-social primes. We evaluated the socio-motor competence and the feeling of connectedness between participants and their synchronization partners with a measure of motor coordination stability. Immediately after the coordination task, all participants were also asked to rate the likeableness of their interacting partner. Our results showed greater stability during interpersonal synchrony in schizophrenia patients who received pro-social priming, inducing in their synchronization partner greater feelings of connectedness towards patients. This greater feeling of connectedness was positively correlated with stronger motor synchronization between participants suggesting that motor coordination partly underlies patients' social interactions and feelings of contact with others. Pro-social priming can have a pervasive effect on abnormal social interactions in schizophrenia patients.},
    doi = {10.1038/srep08156},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25640605},
    }                     

  • S. Ramdani, V. Bonnet, G. Tallon, J. Lagarde, P. L. Bernard, and H. Blain, (2015) Parameters selection for bivariate multiscale entropy analysis of postural fluctuations in fallers and non-fallers older adults, Ieee transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering, vol. 24, iss. 8,p. 859–871.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{ramdani2015parameters,
    author = {Ramdani, S. and Bonnet, V. and Tallon, G. and Lagarde, J. and Bernard, P. L. and Blain, H.},
    title = {Parameters Selection for Bivariate Multiscale Entropy Analysis of Postural Fluctuations in Fallers and Non-Fallers Older Adults},
    journal = {IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
    year = {2015},
    volume = {24},
    number = {8},
    pages = {859--871},
    issn = {1534-4320},
    abstract = {Entropy measures are often used to quantify the regularity of postural sway time series. Recent methodological developments provided both multivariate and multiscale approaches allowing the extraction of complexity features from physiological signals; see “Dynamical complexity of human responses: A multivariate data-adaptive framework,” in Bulletin of Polish Academy of Science and Technology, vol. 60, p. 433, 2012. The resulting entropy measures are good candidates for the analysis of bivariate postural sway signals exhibiting nonstationarity and multiscale properties. These methods are dependant on several input parameters such as embedding parameters. Using two data sets collected from institutionalized frail older adults, we numerically investigate the behavior of a recent multivariate and multiscale entropy estimator; see “Multivariate multiscale entropy: A tool for complexity analysis of multichannel data,” Physics Review E, vol. 84, p. 061918, 2011. We propose criteria for the selection of the input parameters. Using these optimal parameters, we statistically compare the multivariate and multiscale entropy values of postural sway data of non-faller subjects to those of fallers. These two groups are discriminated by the resulting measures over multiple time scales. We also demonstrate that the typical parameter settings proposed in the literature lead to entropy measures that do not distinguish the two groups. This last result confirms the importance of the selection of appropriate input parameters.},
    call-number = {24},
    keywords = {biomechanics, entropy, feature extraction, geriatrics, medical signal processing, time series, bivariate multiscale entropy analysis, complexity feature extraction, fallers, institutionalized frail older adults, nonfallers older adults, parameters selection, physiological signals, postural fluctuations, postural sway time series, Complexity theory, Context, Correlation, Delay effects, Entropy, Estimation, Time series analysis, Center of pressure (COP), falls, multivariate and multiscale entropy, multivariate empirical mode decomposition (MEMD), posture, Accidental Falls, Aged, Aged, 80 and over, Computer Simulation, Entropy, Female, Foot, Humans, Male, Models, Biological, Models, Statistical, Multivariate Analysis, Postural Balance, Posture, Reproducibility of Results, Sensitivity and Specificity},
    }                     

  • S. Ramdani, V. Bonnet, G. Tallon, J. Lagarde, P. Bernard, and H. Blain, (2015) Parameters selection for bivariate multiscale entropy analysis of postural fluctuations in fallers and non-fallers older adults, Ieee trans. neural. syst. rehabil. eng..

    [ Doi 10.1109/TNSRE.2015.2473701 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26372426,
    author = {Ramdani, S. and Bonnet, V. and Tallon, G. and Lagarde, J. and Bernard, P. and Blain, H.},
    journal = {IEEE Trans. Neural. Syst. Rehabil. Eng.},
    title = {Parameters Selection for Bivariate Multiscale Entropy Analysis of Postural Fluctuations in Fallers and Non-Fallers Older Adults},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Sep},
    doi = {10.1109/TNSRE.2015.2473701},
    }                     

  • S. Ramdani, F. Bouchara, and O. Caron, (2012) Detecting high-dimensional determinism in time series with application to human movement data, Nonlinear analysis: real world applications, iss. 13,p. 1891–1903.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00111,
    Title = {Detecting high-dimensional determinism in time series with application to human movement data},
    Author = {S Ramdani and F Bouchara and O Caron},
    Journal = {Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {4 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4731811211092778807\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {13},
    Pages = {1891–1903},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1468121811003579}
    }                     

  • S. Ramdani, B. Seigle, D. Varoqui, F. Bouchara, H. Blain, and P. L. Bernard, (2011) Characterizing the dynamics of postural sway in humans using smoothness and regularity measures, Annals of biomedical engineering, vol. 39, iss. 1,p. 161–171.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Ramdani2011,
    author = {Ramdani, S. and Seigle, B. and Varoqui, D. and Bouchara, F. and Blain, H. and Bernard, P. L.},
    journal = {Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
    title = {Characterizing the dynamics of postural sway in humans using smoothness and regularity measures},
    year = {2011},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10439-010-0137-9}{10.1007/s10439-010-0137-9}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20686923}{20686923}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {161--171},
    volume = {39},
    abstract = {We investigate human postural sway velocity time series by computing two dynamical statistics quantifying the smoothness (the central tendency measure or CTM) and the regularity (the sample entropy or SampEn) of their underlying dynamics. The purpose of the study is to investigate the effect of aging and vision on the selected measures and to explore the nature of postural dynamics by performing surrogate data tests. A group of 14 young subjects was compared to a group of 11 older healthy subjects in two visual conditions: with eyes open (EO) and with eyes closed (EC). The results suggest that vision and age do not influence the two statistics of the velocity data in the same way. More specifically, the smoothness statistic is able to detect the aging effect. The regularity measure is sensitive to the visual feedback removal. In contrast with some findings in the literature, the results of the surrogate data tests indicate that the center of pressure velocity dynamics are stochastic and are not produced by a purely deterministic behavior. Finally, we discuss some potential implications of our results in terms of postural control mechanisms.},
    file = {:http\://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10439-010-0137-9:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20686923},
    }                     

  • S. Ramdani, G. Tallon, P. Bernard, and H. Blain, (2013) Recurrence quantification analysis of human postural fluctuations in older fallers and non-fallers, Annals of biomedical engineering, vol. 41, iss. 8,pp. 1713-1725.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s10439-013-0790-x ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Ramdani2013a,
    Title = {Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Human Postural Fluctuations in Older Fallers and Non-fallers},
    Author = {Ramdani, Sofiane and Tallon, Guillaume and Bernard, PierreLouis and Blain, Hubert},
    Journal = {Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
    Year = {2013},
    Number = {8},
    Pages = {1713-1725},
    Volume = {41},
    Doi = {10.1007/s10439-013-0790-x},
    ISSN = {0090-6964},
    Keywords = {Postural sway; Aging; Falls; Recurrence quantification analysis},
    Language = {English},
    Publisher = {Springer US},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10439-013-0790-x}
    }                     

  • R. Re, M. Muthalib, D. Contini, L. Zucchelli, A. Torricelli, L. Spinelli, M. Caffini, M. Ferrari, V. Quaresima, S. Perrey, and G. Kerr, "Cerebral cortex activation mapping upon electrical muscle stimulation by 32-channel time-domain functional near-infrared spectroscopy," in Oxygen transport to tissue xxxv, S. Van Huffel, G. Naulaers, A. Caicedo, D. F. Bruley, and D. K. Harrison, Eds., Springer new york, 2013, vol. 789, pp. 441-447.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_59 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{Re2013,
    Title = {Cerebral Cortex Activation Mapping upon Electrical Muscle Stimulation by 32-Channel Time-Domain Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy},
    Author = {Re, Rebecca and Muthalib, Makii and Contini, Davide and Zucchelli, Lucia and Torricelli, Alessandro and Spinelli, Lorenzo and Caffini, Matteo and Ferrari, Marco and Quaresima, Valentina and Perrey, Stephane and Kerr, Graham},
    Booktitle = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV},
    Publisher = {Springer New York},
    Year = {2013},
    Editor = {Van Huffel, Sabine and Naulaers, Gunnar and Caicedo, Alexander and Bruley, Duane F. and Harrison, David K.},
    Pages = {441-447},
    Series = {Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology},
    Volume = {789},
    Doi = {10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_59},
    ISBN = {978-1-4614-7256-8},
    Language = {English},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_59}
    }                     

  • R. Re, M. Muthalib, L. Zucchelli, S. Perrey, D. Contini, M. Caffini, L. Spinelli, G. Kerr, and A. Torricelli, (2013) Multichannel time domain fnirs mapping of cortical activation and superficial systemic responses during neuromuscular electrical stimulation, Proc. spie, vol. 8804,p. 880404-880404-5.

    [ Doi 10.1117/12.2032512 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{doi:10.1117/12.2032512,
    author = {Re, R. and Muthalib, M. and Zucchelli, L. and Perrey, S. and Contini, D. and Caffini, M. and Spinelli, L. and Kerr, G. and Torricelli, A.},
    journal = {Proc. SPIE},
    title = {Multichannel time domain fNIRS mapping of cortical activation and superficial systemic responses during neuromuscular electrical stimulation},
    year = {2013},
    pages = {880404-880404-5},
    volume = {8804},
    abstract = {We recorded maps of cortical and systemic hemodynamic responses (oxy-hemoglobin, O2Hb and deoxy-hemoglobin, HHb) during incremental neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) of the right forearm in nine subjects by a 32- channel time domain fNIRS (TD-fNIRS) instrument. Statistical parametric maps (SPM) relative to the different current stimulations (under and over the maximal tolerated intensity-MTI) versus the 10%MTI were generated. Exploiting the temporal information contained in the TD-fNIRS signal it was possible to create different maps referring to the deeper (cortical activations) and the more superficial (systemic changes) head layers. The increasing of the stimulation current on the right forearm muscle produced a significantly larger bilateral sensorimotor and prefrontal cortical activations (i.e. increase in the O2Hb and decrease in HHb) than the systemic changes. Physiological parameters (heart rate, breathing rate and skin conductance) were also monitored.},
    doi = {10.1117/12.2032512},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2032512},
    }                     

  • D. J. Reinkensmeyer, E. Burdet, M. Casadio, J. W. Krakauer, G. Kwakkel, C. E. Lang, S. P. Swinnen, N. S. Ward, and N. Schweighofer, (2016) Computational neurorehabilitation: modeling plasticity and learning to predict recovery, Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation, vol. 13, iss. 1,p. 42.

    [ Doi 10.1186/s12984-016-0148-3 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid27130577,
    Title = {Computational neurorehabilitation: modeling plasticity and learning to predict recovery},
    Author = {Reinkensmeyer, D. J. and Burdet, E. and Casadio, M. and Krakauer, J. W. and Kwakkel, G. and Lang, C. E. and Swinnen, S. P. and Ward, N. S. and Schweighofer, N.},
    Journal = {Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {1},
    Pages = {42},
    Volume = {13},
    Doi = {10.1186/s12984-016-0148-3}
    }                     

  • A. Ribaud, I. Tavares, E. Viollet, M. Julia, C. Hérisson, and A. Dupeyron, (2013) Which physical activities and sports can be recommended to chronic low back pain patients after rehabilitation?, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, iss. 7–8,pp. 576-594.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.08.007 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Ribaud2013576,
    author = {A. Ribaud and I. Tavares and E. Viollet and M. Julia and C. Hérisson and A. Dupeyron},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Which physical activities and sports can be recommended to chronic low back pain patients after rehabilitation?},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    number = {7–8},
    pages = {576 - 594},
    volume = {56},
    abstract = {AbstractBackground Physical exercise is widely prescribed in rehabilitation programmes for low back pain (LBP). The \{LBP\} patient often asks whether this physical activity should be maintained and, in some cases, whether he/she should resume or take up a sport. Purpose To answer these two questions by performing a review of literature on the efficacy and safety of post-rehabilitation physical activities and sport in LBP. Method A systematic search of computerized databases from 1990 to 2011 was performed using grade 1 to 4 studies articles in English or French. Results Of the 2583 initially identified articles, 121 articles were analysed. Globally, physical activities like swimming, walking and cycling, practiced at moderate-intensity help to maintain fitness and control pain. Inconsistent results were found for avoiding recommendations according to the nature of PA. Sport activities, except ballgames, can be easily resume or take up as tennis, horse riding, martial arts, gymnastics, golf and running which can be performed at a lower intensity or lower competitive level. Discussion and conclusion Moderate but regular physical activity helps to improve fitness and does not increase the risk of acute pain in chronic \{LBP\} patients. The resumption of a sport may require a number of adaptations; dialogue between the therapist and the sports trainer is therefore recommended.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.08.007},
    keywords = {Chronic low back pain},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S187706571301292X},
    }                     

  • E. Ruffaldi, A. Filippeschi, C. A. Avizzano, B. G. Bardy, D. Gopher, and M. Bergamasco, (2011) Feedback, affordances, and accelerators for training sports in virtual environments, Presence, iss. 20,pp. 33-46.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00087,
    Title = {Feedback, affordances, and accelerators for training sports in virtual environments},
    Author = {Ruffaldi, E. and Filippeschi, A. and Avizzano, C. A. and Bardy, B. G. and Gopher, D. \& Bergamasco, M.},
    Journal = {Presence},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {21 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=1536015410495292485\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {20},
    Pages = {33-46},
    Publisher = {MIT Press},
    Url = {http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/pres_a_00034}
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, F. Esteve, P. Bouzat, C. Lundby, S. Perrey, P. Levy, P. Robach, and S. Verges, (2014) Cerebral hemodynamic and ventilatory responses to hypoxia, hypercapnia, and hypocapnia during 5 days at 4,350 m, J cereb blood flow metab, vol. 34, iss. 1,pp. 52-60.

    [ Doi 10.1038/jcbfm.2013.167 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Rupp2014,
    author = {Rupp, T. and Esteve, F. and Bouzat, P. and Lundby, C. and Perrey, S. and Levy, P. and Robach, P. and Verges, S},
    title = {Cerebral hemodynamic and ventilatory responses to hypoxia, hypercapnia, and hypocapnia during 5 days at 4,350 m},
    journal = {J Cereb Blood Flow Metab},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {34},
    number = {1},
    pages = {52-60},
    month = {Jan},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3887348}{PMC3887348}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/jcbfm.2013.167}{10.1038/jcbfm.2013.167}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24064493}{24064493}] [8 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=6371923180983698003\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    abstract = {This study investigated the changes in cerebral near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) signals, cerebrovascular and ventilatory responses to hypoxia and CO2 during altitude exposure. At sea level (SL), after 24 hours and 5 days at 4,350 m, 11 healthy subjects were exposed to normoxia, isocapnic hypoxia, hypercapnia, and hypocapnia. The following parameters were measured: prefrontal tissue oxygenation index (TOI), oxy- (HbO2), deoxy- and total hemoglobin (HbTot) concentrations with NIRS, blood velocity in the middle cerebral artery (MCAv) with transcranial Doppler and ventilation. Smaller prefrontal deoxygenation and larger ΔHbTot in response to hypoxia were observed at altitude compared with SL (day 5: ΔHbO2-0.6±1.1 versus -1.8±1.3 μmol/cmper mm Hg and ΔHbTot 1.4±1.3 versus 0.7±1.1 μmol/cm per mm Hg). The hypoxic MCAv and ventilatory responses were enhanced at altitude. Prefrontal oxygenation increased less in response to hypercapnia at altitude compared with SL (day 5: ΔTOI 0.3±0.2 versus 0.5±0.3% mm Hg). The hypercapnic MCAv and ventilatory responses were decreased and increased, respectively, at altitude. Hemodynamic responses to hypocapnia did not change at altitude. Short-term altitude exposure improves cerebral oxygenation in response to hypoxia but decreases it during hypercapnia. Although these changes may be relevant for conditions such as exercise or sleep at altitude, they were not associated with symptoms of acute mountain sickness.},
    comment = {doi: 10.1038/jcbfm.2013.},
    doi = {10.1038/jcbfm.2013.167},
    file = {:http\://www.nature.com/jcbfm/journal/v34/n1/abs/jcbfm2013167a.html:URL;:http\://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00873387/file/Rupp-2013_Cerebral_AA-_SD.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {inserm-00873387},
    hal_version = {v1},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{elsevier}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00873387},
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, M. Jubeau, G. Y. Millet, S. Perrey, F. Esteve, B. Wuyam, P. Levy, and S. Verges, (2013) The effect of hypoxemia and exercise on acute mountain sickness symptoms., J appl physiol, iss. 114(2):180-5.,p. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00769.2012.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id454,
    author = {Rupp, T. and Jubeau, M. and Millet, G.Y. and Perrey, S. and Esteve, F. and Wuyam, B. and Levy, P. and Verges, S.},
    journal = {J Appl Physiol},
    title = {The effect of hypoxemia and exercise on acute mountain sickness symptoms.},
    year = {2013},
    number = {114(2):180-5.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00769.2012},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23154995},
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, M. Jubeau, G. Millet, B. Wuyam, P. Levy, S. Verges, and S. Perrey, "Muscle, prefrontal, and motor cortex oxygenation profiles during prolonged fatiguing exercise," in Oxygen transport to tissue xxxv, S. Van Huffel, G. Naulaers, A. Caicedo, D. F. Bruley, and D. K. Harrison, Eds., Springer new york, 2013, vol. 789, pp. 149-155.

    [ Doi 10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_21 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @InCollection{Rupp2013,
    Title = {Muscle, Prefrontal, and Motor Cortex Oxygenation Profiles During Prolonged Fatiguing Exercise},
    Author = {Rupp, Thomas and Jubeau, Marc and Millet, GuillaumeY. and Wuyam, Bernard and Levy, Patrick and Verges, Samuel and Perrey, Stéphane},
    Booktitle = {Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV},
    Publisher = {Springer New York},
    Year = {2013},
    Editor = {Van Huffel, Sabine and Naulaers, Gunnar and Caicedo, Alexander and Bruley, Duane F. and Harrison, David K.},
    Pages = {149-155},
    Series = {Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology},
    Volume = {789},
    Doi = {10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_21},
    ISBN = {978-1-4614-7256-8},
    Language = {English},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-7411-1_21}
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, M. Jubeau, B. Wuyam, S. Perrey, P. Levy, Y. Millet Guillaume, and S. Verges, (2012) Time-dependent effect of acute hypoxia on corticospinal excitability in healthy humans., Journal of neurophysiology, vol. 108, iss. 108(5):1270-7.,p. doi: 10.1152/jn.01162.2011.

    [ Doi 10.1152/jn.01162.2011 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Rupp2012,
    author = {Rupp, Thomas and Jubeau, Marc and Wuyam, Bernard and Perrey, Stéphane and Levy, Patrick and Millet, Guillaume, Y. and Verges, Samuel},
    title = {Time-dependent effect of acute hypoxia on corticospinal excitability in healthy humans.},
    journal = {Journal of Neurophysiology},
    year = {2012},
    volume = {108},
    number = {108(5):1270-7.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1152/jn.01162.2011},
    month = Sep,
    doi = {10.1152/jn.01162.2011},
    file = {:http\://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00741477/file/RuppNeurophysiol2012.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {inserm-00741477},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {motor cortex ; magnetic stimulation ; muscle},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{American Physiological Society: Journal of Neurophysiology}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00741477},
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, T. Leti, M. Jubeau, G. Y. Millet, P. Bricout V.A.and Levy, B. Wuyam, Perrey S., and S. Verges, (2013) Tissue deoxygenation kinetics induced by prolonged hypoxic exposure in healthy humans at rest., J biomed opt., iss. 18(9):095002.,p. doi: 10.1117/1.JBO.18.9.095002.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id442,
    author = {Rupp,T. and Leti, T. and Jubeau, M. and Millet, G.Y. and Bricout, V.A.and Levy, P. and Wuyam, B. and Perrey, S., \& Verges, S.},
    journal = {J Biomed Opt.},
    title = {Tissue deoxygenation kinetics induced by prolonged hypoxic exposure in healthy humans at rest.},
    year = {2013},
    number = {18(9):095002.},
    pages = {doi: 10.1117/1.JBO.18.9.095002},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/38/Suppl_55/1713.short},
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, T. R. Mallouf, S. Perrey, B. Wuyam, G. Y. Millet, and S. Verges, (2015) Peripheral and central fatigue during hypoxic knee extensions in men, Med. sci. sports exerc., vol. 47, iss. 12,p. 2513–2524.

    [ Doi 10.1249/MSS.0000000000000724 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26110698,
    Title = {Peripheral and Central Fatigue during Hypoxic Knee Extensions in Men},
    Author = {Rupp, T. and Mallouf, T. R. and Perrey, S. and Wuyam, B. and Millet, G. Y. and Verges, S.},
    Journal = {Med. Sci. Sports Exerc.},
    Year = {2015},
    Month = {Dec},
    Number = {12},
    Pages = {2513--2524},
    Volume = {47},
    Doi = {10.1249/MSS.0000000000000724}
    }                     

  • T. Rupp, S. Racinais, A. Bringard, T. Lapole, and S. Perrey, (2015) Modulation of exercise-induced spinal loop properties in response to oxygen availability., Eur. j. appl. physiol., iss. 115,p. 471–482.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00421-014-3032-5 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id473,
    Title = {Modulation of exercise-induced spinal loop properties in response to oxygen availability.},
    Author = {Rupp, T. and Racinais, S. and Bringard, A. and Lapole, T. and Perrey, S.},
    Journal = {Eur. J. Appl. Physiol.},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {115},
    Pages = {471–482},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00421-014-3032-5},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25361617}
    }                     

  • G. Saintyves, (2011) Intrinsic muscles of the long fingers of the spastic hand in adults, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00043,
    Title = {Intrinsic muscles of the long fingers of the spastic hand in adults},
    Author = {G Saintyves},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • G. Saintyves, (2011) Les muscles intrinsèques des doigts longs dans la main spastique de l'adulte, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00083,
    Title = {Les muscles intrinsèques des doigts longs dans la main spastique de l'adulte},
    Author = {G Saintyves},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

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                 @Article{Schweighofer2013e49,
    author = {N. Schweighofer and D. Mottet and K. Bakhti and D. Reinkensmeyer and O. Rémy Néris and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Intérêt de l’analyse cinématique du point de travail et de l’étude des synergies articulaires dans l’évaluation de la récupération du membre supérieur à la phase subaiguë d’un \{AVC\}},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e49 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.025},
    keywords = {ésMembre supérieur},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713001425},
    }                     

  • N. Schweighofer, D. Mottet, K. Bakhti, D. Reinkensmeyer, R. O. Néris, and I. Laffont, (2013) Hand and joint kinematics: significance for the assessment of recovery in the sub-acute phase post-stroke, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e51 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.031 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Schweighofer2013e51,
    author = {N. Schweighofer and D. Mottet and K. Bakhti and D. Reinkensmeyer and O. Rémy Néris and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Hand and joint kinematics: Significance for the assessment of recovery in the sub-acute phase post-stroke},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e51 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.031},
    keywords = {Upper arm},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713001486},
    }                     

  • B. Sijobert, M. Benoussaad, J. Denys, R. Pissard-Gibollet, C. Geny, and C. Azevedo Coste, (2015) Implementation and validation of a stride length estimation algorithm, using a single basic inertial sensor on healthy subjects and patients suffering from parkinson's disease, Electronichealthcare,pp. 704-714.

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                 @Article{sijobert:lirmm-01164793,
    author = {Sijobert, B. and Benoussaad, M. and Denys, J. and Pissard-Gibollet, R. and Geny, C. and Azevedo Coste, C.},
    title = {Implementation and Validation of a Stride Length Estimation Algorithm, Using a Single Basic Inertial Sensor on Healthy Subjects and Patients Suffering from Parkinson's Disease},
    journal = {ElectronicHealthcare},
    year = {2015},
    pages = {704-714},
    month = Jun,
    doi = {10.4236/health.2015.76084},
    file = {:http\://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01164793/file/Health_2015061715472308.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {lirmm-01164793},
    hal_version = {v1},
    keywords = {Inertial Measurement Unit ; Stride Length ; Gait Analysis ; Parkinson’s Disease ; Biologging ; IMU},
    publisher = {{Longwoods Publishing}},
    url = {http://hal-lirmm.ccsd.cnrs.fr/lirmm-01164793},
    }                     

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    [ Doi 10.1098/rsif.2015.1093 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid27009178,
    Title = {Dynamic similarity promotes interpersonal coordination in joint action},
    Author = {Slowinski, P. and Zhai, C. and Alderisio, F. and Salesse, R. and Gueugnon, M. and Marin, L. and Bardy, B. G. and Di Bernardo, M. and Tsaneva-Atanasova, K.},
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    Year = {2016},
    Month = {Mar},
    Number = {116},
    Volume = {13},
    Doi = {10.1098/rsif.2015.1093}
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{sood2016nirs,
    Title = {NIRS-EEG joint imaging during transcranial direct current stimulation: Online parameter estimation with an autoregressive model},
    Author = {Sood, Mehak and Besson, Pierre and Muthalib, Makii and Jindal, Utkarsh and Perrey, Stephane and Dutta, Anirban and Hayashibe, Mitsuhiro},
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    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {71--80},
    Volume = {274},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

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    [ Doi 10.1007/s00586-013-2898-y ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sotto2013,
    Title = {Letter to the editor concerning: “Antibiotic treatment in patients with chronic low back pain and vertebral bone edema (Modic type 1 changes): a double-blind randomized controlled trial of efficacy” by Albert HB et al. Eur Spine J (2013) 22:697–707},
    Author = {Sotto, Albert and Dupeyron, Arnaud},
    Journal = {European Spine Journal},
    Year = {2013},
    Number = {8},
    Pages = {1704-1705},
    Volume = {22},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00586-013-2898-y},
    ISSN = {0940-6719},
    Language = {English},
    Publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00586-013-2898-y}
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00344,
    Title = {Poor synchronization to the beat may result from deficient auditory-motor mapping},
    Author = {J Sowiński and S Dalla Bella},
    Journal = {Neuropsychologia},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {17 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=9254097543439390919\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0028393213002169}
    }                     

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                 @Article{pop00154,
    author = {Arnaud Dupeyron, Sietse M. Rispens, Christophe Demattei \& Jaap H. van Dieën and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Rispens, Sietse M. and Demattei, Christophe and van Die{\"e}n, Jaap H.},
    title = {Precision of estimates of local stability of repetitive trunk movements},
    journal = {European Spine Journal},
    year = {2013},
    volume = {22},
    number = {12},
    pages = {2678--2685},
    month = {Dec},
    issn = {1432-0932},
    abstract = {Local dynamic stability of trunk movements quantified by means of the maximum Lyapunov exponent ($\lambda$max) can provide information on trunk motor control and might offer a measure of trunk control in low-back pain patients. It is unknown how many repetitions are necessary to obtain sufficiently precise estimates of $\lambda$max and whether fatigue effects on $\lambda$max can be avoided while increasing the number of repetitions.},
    day = {01},
    doi = {10.1007/s00586-013-2797-2},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-013-2797-2},
    }                     

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    [ Doi 10.1080/10407413.2017.1331116 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{doi:10.1080/10407413.2017.1331116,
    author = {Thomas A. Stoffregen and Bruno Mantel and Benoit G. Bardy},
    journal = {Ecological Psychology},
    title = {The Senses Considered as One Perceptual System},
    year = {2017},
    number = {3},
    pages = {165-197},
    volume = {29},
    doi = {10.1080/10407413.2017.1331116},
    eprint = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10407413.2017.1331116},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10407413.2017.1331116},
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00205,
    Title = {When the WBB is useful, and when it isn't},
    Author = {TA Stoffregen and BG Bardy},
    Journal = {Gait and posture},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {researchgate.net},
    Type = {PDF},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24809102}
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00018,
    Title = {Getting your sea legs},
    Author = {TA Stoffregen and FC Chen and M Varlet and C Alcantara and ...},
    Journal = {PloS one},
    Year = {2013},
    Note = {7 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=11993980319204141733\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {6},
    Pages = {e66949},
    Volume = {8},
    Publisher = {dx.plos.org},
    Type = {HTML},
    Url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23840560}
    }                     

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    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00283,
    Title = {Stimulation magnétique transcrânienne répétitive dans l'hémisphère gauche chez un patient aphasique},
    Author = {M Strasman and C Descamp and M Levavasseur and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION},
    Url = {http://www.em-consulte.com/en/article/896672}
    }                     

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                 @Article{Strasman2014e142,
    author = {M. Strasman and C. Descamp and M. Levavasseur and J. Froger and I. Laffont},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in the left hemisphere on a patient aphasic},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {19th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Marseille, 26-31 May 2014 / 29ème Congrès de la Société Française de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Marseille, 26-31 mai 2014. Co-organized by \{ESPRM\} and \{SOFMER\}},
    pages = {e142 -},
    volume = {57, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.03.1589},
    keywords = {rTMS},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S187706571401642X},
    }                     

  • N. Sylla, V. Bonnet, F. Colledani, and P. Fraisse, (2014) Ergonomic contribution of able exoskeleton in automotive industry, International journal of industrial ergonomics, vol. 44, iss. 4,pp. 475-481.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.ergon.2014.03.008 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sylla2014475,
    author = {Nahema Sylla and Vincent Bonnet and Frédéric Colledani and Philippe Fraisse},
    journal = {International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics},
    title = {Ergonomic contribution of ABLE exoskeleton in automotive industry},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {0169-8141},
    number = {4},
    pages = {475 - 481},
    volume = {44},
    abstract = {Abstract In \{PSA\} Peugeot Citroen factories, high precision requirements of workstations make them being manual. One of the main goal of the car manufacturer is to minimize the pain of workers while maintaining high efficiency of production lines. Consequently, assisting operators with an exoskeleton is a potential solution for improving ergonomics of painful workstations while respecting industrial constraints. To determine ergonomic performances of an exoskeleton, human joint angles and torques, ground reaction forces, and duration of operations are analysed for eight subjects performing a representative screwing task. Experiments were performed using \{ABLE\} upper-limb exoskeleton, developed by the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), which has the functionality to compensate arm and tools loads. Results show a clear reduction of the sum of the joints torques, up to 38.9%, given by \{ABLE\} supply and invite to make concrete the use of exoskeletons in car assembly lines. Relevance to industry In industries, workers performing manual operations are subjected to musculoskeletal disorders (MSD). The usage of robotic devices such as exoskeletons might then be a relevant solution to reduce workers pain and prevent MSD. The paper describes how to assess ergonomic performances of such robotic devices for a future usage in industry.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ergon.2014.03.008},
    keywords = {Automotive industry},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169814114000833},
    }                     

  • G. Tallon, H. Blain, P. L. Bernard, A. Jaussent, M. C. Picot, and S. Ramdani, (2014) O1.19: traditional analysis of postural fluctuations and measures of their complexity are complementary markers of physical reserve in institutionalized older adults, European geriatric medicine, vol. 5, Supplement 1,p. S51 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/S1878-7649(14)70102-0 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Tallon2014S51,
    author = {G. Tallon and H. Blain and P.L. Bernard and A. Jaussent and M.C. Picot and S. Ramdani},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {O1.19: Traditional analysis of postural fluctuations and measures of their complexity are complementary markers of physical reserve in institutionalized older adults},
    year = {2014},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    note = {Abstracts of the 10th International Congress of the European Union Geriatric Medicine Society - Geriatric Medicine Crossing Borders},
    pages = {S51 -},
    volume = {5, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/S1878-7649(14)70102-0},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764914701020},
    }                     

  • G. Tallon, H. Blain, B. Seigle, P. L. Bernard, and S. Ramdani, (2013) Dynamical and stabilometric measures are complementary for the characterization of postural fluctuations in older women, Gait posture, vol. 38, iss. 1,p. 92–96.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Tallon2013,
    author = {Tallon, G. and Blain, H. and Seigle, B. and Bernard, P. L. and Ramdani, S.},
    journal = {Gait Posture},
    title = {Dynamical and stabilometric measures are complementary for the characterization of postural fluctuations in older women},
    year = {2013},
    month = {May},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2012.10.021}{10.1016/j.gaitpost.2012.10.021}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23206901}{23206901}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {92--96},
    volume = {38},
    abstract = {We investigate the complementarities of several measures extracted from center of pressure (COP) recordings during quiet standing, in older women. The selected variables include classical stabilometric measures (SMs) and several dynamical measures (DMs). The computed DMs quantify various features of the temporal structure of COP signals, including predictability, regularity and smoothness of the trajectories. The postural fluctuations of a group of 101 healthy older women were recorded by means of a force platform. After estimating the SMs and DMs from the COP data, we used principal components analysis (PCA) to quantify the contribution of each measure. The results suggest that SMs and DMs are complementary. In addition, the different DMs are globally not redundant. This finding is a reinforcement argument in favor of the use of DMs as postural signatures.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23206901},
    }                     

  • G. Tallon, S. Ramdani, A. Jaussent, L. Decker, P. L. Bernard, and H. Blain, (2013) Effect of whole-body-vibration training in institutionalized older adults, European geriatric medicine, vol. 4, Supplement 1,p. S55 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.180 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Tallon2013S55,
    author = {G. Tallon and S. Ramdani and A. Jaussent and L. Decker and P.L. Bernard and H. Blain},
    journal = {European Geriatric Medicine},
    title = {Effect of whole-body-vibration training in institutionalized older adults},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1878-7649},
    note = {9th Congress of the EUGMS, Venice, 2-4 October 2013},
    pages = {S55 -},
    volume = {4, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.eurger.2013.07.180},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878764913002969},
    }                     

  • S. Tasseel-Ponche, (2011) Baclofène intrathécal dans la paralysie cérébrale. étude rétrospective de 25 patients adultes non marchants, Annals of physical and rehabilitation ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00075,
    Title = {Baclofène intrathécal dans la paralysie cérébrale. Étude rétrospective de 25 patients adultes non marchants},
    Author = {S Tasseel-Ponche},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • W. P. Teo, M. Muthalib, S. Yamin, A. M. Hendy, K. Bramstedt, E. Kotsopoulos, S. Perrey, and H. Ayaz, (2016) Does a combination of virtual reality, neuromodulation and neuroimaging provide a comprehensive platform for neurorehabilitation?–a narrative review of the literature, Frontiers in human neuroscience, vol. 10,p. 284.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{teo2016does,
    Title = {Does a combination of virtual reality, neuromodulation and neuroimaging provide a comprehensive platform for neurorehabilitation?--A narrative review of the literature},
    Author = {Teo, Wei Peng and Muthalib, Makii and Yamin, Sami and Hendy, Ashlee Margaret and Bramstedt, Kelly and Kotsopoulos, Eleftheria and Perrey, Stephane and Ayaz, Hasan},
    Journal = {Frontiers in Human Neuroscience},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {284},
    Volume = {10},
    Publisher = {Frontiers}
    }                     

  • G. Tew, R. Copeland, A. Le Faucheur, M. Gernigon, S. Nawaz, and Abraham, (2013) Feasibility and validity of self-reported walking capacity in patients with intermittent claudication, Journal of vascular surgery, vol. 57, iss. 5,pp. 1227-1234.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.jvs.2012.02.073 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Tew20131227,
    author = {Tew, G. and Copeland, R. and Le Faucheur, A. and Gernigon, M. and Nawaz, S. and Abraham,},
    journal = {Journal of Vascular Surgery},
    title = {Feasibility and validity of self-reported walking capacity in patients with intermittent claudication},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {0741-5214},
    number = {5},
    pages = {1227 - 1234},
    volume = {57},
    abstract = {Objective The primary aim of this study was to assess if self-reported measures of walking limitation correlate better with a community-based assessment of maximum walking distance (MWD) than they do with laboratory-based tests in patients with intermittent claudication. A secondary aim was to examine the effect of prior objective testing on these correlations. Methods Thirty-one patients completed three self-report tools (self-reported MWD; Walking Impairment Questionnaire [WIQ]; Estimation of Ambulatory Capacity by History-Questionnaire [EACH-Q]) immediately before and approximately 1 week after a series of objective tests (incremental treadmill walking test, 6-minute walk test, 1-hour global positioning system [GPS] recording of a community walk). We analyzed the feasibility of the self-report tools in terms of number of errors and their correlation (r) with objective measures. Results The correlations of self-report tests to GPS-MWD (range, .579-.808) were consistently higher than with the treadmill test (range, .310-.584) and 6-minute walk test (range, .414-.613). The \{WIQ\} had the highest proportion of errors, both at first and second completion (58% and 42%, respectively), compared with self-reported \{MWD\} (23% and 13%, respectively) and the EACH-Q (6.5% and 13%, respectively). Correlations were improved with the second set of self-report tests (range, .310-.595 to .414-.808). Conclusions The fact that all self-report tools correlated better with a community-based measure of \{MWD\} using \{GPS\} than with laboratory results confirms that they measure what they aim to: community-based MWD. In addition, prescription of a community walk might help patients to better estimate their walking limitation.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jvs.2012.02.073},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0741521412025323},
    }                     

  • T. Thedon, K. Mandrick, M. Foissac, D. Mottet, and S. Perrey, (2011) Degraded postural performance after muscle fatigue can be compensated by skin stimulation, Gait & posture, iss. 33(4),p. 686–9.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00090,
    Title = {Degraded postural performance after muscle fatigue can be compensated by skin stimulation},
    Author = {T Thedon and K Mandrick and M Foissac and D Mottet and S Perrey},
    Journal = {Gait \& posture},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {14 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=17612669873869434435\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Number = {33(4)},
    Pages = {686–9},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0966636211000774}
    }                     

  • C. Thomas, R. Delfour-Peyrethon, D. J. Bishop, S. Perrey, P. -M. Leprêtre, S. Dorel, and C. Hanon, (2015) Effects of pre-exercise alkalosis on the decrease in v˙o2 at the end of all-out exercise, European journal of applied physiology, vol. 116, iss. 1,p. 85–95.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00421-015-3239-0 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Thomas2015,
    Title = {Effects of pre-exercise alkalosis on the decrease in V˙O2 at the end of all-out exercise},
    Author = {Thomas, C. and Delfour-Peyrethon, R. and Bishop, D. J. and Perrey, S. and Leprêtre, P. -M. and Dorel, S. and Hanon, C.},
    Journal = {European Journal of Applied Physiology},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {1},
    Pages = {85--95},
    Volume = {116},
    Abstract = {This study determined the effects of pre-exercise sodium bicarbonate ingestion (ALK) on changes in oxygen uptake ( \$\${\backslash}dot\{V\}O\_\{2\}\$\$ V ˙ O 2 ) at the end of a supramaximal exercise test (SXT).},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00421-015-3239-0},
    ISSN = {1439-6327},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00421-015-3239-0}
    }                     

  • A. Tillman, M. Muthalib, A. M. Hendy, L. G. Johnson, T. Rantalainen, D. J. Kidgell, P. G. Enticott, and W. P. Teo, (2015) Lower limb progressive resistance training improves leg strength but not gait speed or balance in parkinson's disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Front aging neurosci, vol. 7,p. 40.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fnagi.2015.00040 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00164,
    Title = {Lower limb progressive resistance training improves leg strength but not gait speed or balance in Parkinson's disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis},
    Author = {Tillman, A. and Muthalib, M. and Hendy, A. M. and Johnson, L. G. and Rantalainen, T. and Kidgell, D. J. and Enticott, P. G. and Teo, W. P.},
    Journal = {Front Aging Neurosci},
    Year = {2015},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Pages = {40},
    Volume = {7},
    Doi = {10.3389/fnagi.2015.00040},
    Publisher = {journal.frontiersin.org},
    Type = {HTML},
    Url = {http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnagi.2015.00040/pdf}
    }                     

  • T. Ward, R. Villing, V. Lazzarini, E. Conway, D. Czesak, and J. Timoney, (2014) The beathealth project: synchronising movement and music, Euromov.eu.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00253,
    author = {Ward, Tomas and Villing, Rudi and Lazzarini, Victor and Conway, Eoghan and Czesak, Dawid and Timoney, Joe},
    title = {The Beathealth Project: Synchronising Movement and Music},
    journal = {euromov.eu},
    year = {2014},
    month = {10},
    note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    }                     

  • K. Torre and R. Balasubramaniam, (2011) Disentangling stability, variability and adaptability in human performance: focus on the interplay between local variance and serial correlation, Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance, iss. 37(2),pp. 539-50.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id274,
    Title = {Disentangling stability, variability and adaptability in human performance: Focus on the interplay between local variance and serial correlation},
    Author = {K Torre and R Balasubramaniam},
    Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {37(2)},
    Pages = {539-50},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xhp/37/2/539/}
    }                     

  • K. Torre, R. Balasubramaniam, N. Rheaume, L. Lemoine, and H. Zelaznik, (2011) Long-range correlation properties in motor timing are individual and task specific, Psychonomic bulletin & review, iss. 18(2),pp. 339-46.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id289,
    Title = {Long-range correlation properties in motor timing are individual and task specific},
    Author = {Torre, K. and Balasubramaniam, R. and Rheaume, N. and Lemoine, L. \& Zelaznik, H.},
    Journal = {Psychonomic Bulletin \& Review},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {18(2)},
    Pages = {339-46},
    File = {:http\://link.springer.com/article/10.3758/s13423-011-0049-1:URL},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03}
    }                     

  • K. Torre, N. Hammami, J. Metrot, and ..., (2012) Impairment of bimanual coordination after stroke: the role of afference-based processes, Annals of physical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00176,
    Title = {Impairment of bimanual coordination after stroke: The role of afference-based processes},
    Author = {K Torre and N Hammami and J Metrot and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical …},
    Year = {2012},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • K. Torre, N. Hammami, J. Metrot, L. van Dokkum, F. Coroian, D. Mottet, M. Amri, and I. Laffont, (2013) Somatosensory-related limitations for bimanual coordination after stroke, Neurorehabil neural repair, vol. 27, iss. 6,p. 507–515.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Torre2013,
    author = {Torre, K. and Hammami, N. and Metrot, J. and van Dokkum, L. and Coroian, F. and Mottet, D. and Amri, M. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Neurorehabil Neural Repair},
    title = {Somatosensory-related limitations for bimanual coordination after stroke},
    year = {2013},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1545968313478483}{10.1177/1545968313478483}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23474542}{23474542}]},
    number = {6},
    pages = {507--515},
    volume = {27},
    abstract = {Bimanual coordinated movements may be impaired after stroke, so an assessment of causes is necessary to optimize rehabilitation strategies.\\ We assessed the role of afference-based sources of coordination, including phase entrainment and error correction based on visual and somatosensory feedback.\\ In all, 10 persons with unilateral chronic stroke and 8 age-matched controls participated in a kinesthetic tracking protocol, in which the hemiparetic upper limb was passively driven by the machine. The task consisted of matching the trajectory of the driven limb as accurately as possible with the freely moving limb in 2 conditions: eyes closed and eyes open. We analyzed the continuous relative phase (CRP), the mean absolute difference between positions (ADP) between the positions of the 2 limbs, and the jerk of the matching limb.\\ Coordination instability (CRP standard deviation) and mean ADP were significantly higher for patients with eyes closed, compared with patients with eyes open, controls with eyes closed, and controls with eyes open. Moreover, the jerk was higher for the nonparetic limb of patients than for the control group. Thus, the nonparetic limb did not produce optimally smooth movements even as the motor-driven paretic limb did.\\ Besides deficits caused by interhemispheric competition and motor execution of the paretic limb, somatosensory feedback is a limiting factor in bimanual coordination after stroke. The findings have clinical implications pertaining to the design and individualization of efficient bimanual movement therapy.},
    file = {:http\://nnr.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/03/08/1545968313478483.abstract:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23474542},
    }                     

  • K. Torre, M. Varlet, and V. Marmelat, (2013) Predicting the biological variability of environmental rhythms: weak or strong anticipation for sensorimotor synchronization?, Brain cogn, vol. 83, iss. 3,p. 342–350.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Torre2013a,
    author = {Torre, K. and Varlet, M. and Marmelat, V.},
    journal = {Brain Cogn},
    title = {Predicting the biological variability of environmental rhythms: weak or strong anticipation for sensorimotor synchronization?},
    year = {2013},
    month = {Dec},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bandc.2013.10.002}{10.1016/j.bandc.2013.10.002}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24212115}{24212115}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {342--350},
    volume = {83},
    abstract = {The internal processes involved in synchronizing our movements with environmental stimuli have traditionally been addressed using regular metronomic sequences. Regarding real-life environments, however, biological rhythms are known to have intrinsic variability, ubiquitously characterized as fractal long-range correlations. In our research we thus investigate to what extent the synchronization processes drawn from regular metronome paradigms can be generalized to other (biologically) variable rhythms. Participants performed synchronized finger tapping under five conditions of long-range and/or short-range correlated, randomly variable, and regular auditory sequences. Combining experimental data analysis and numerical simulation, we found that synchronizing with biologically variable rhythms involves the same internal processes as with other variable rhythms (whether totally random or comprising lawful regularities), but different from those involved with a regular metronome. This challenges both the generalizability of conclusions drawn from regular-metronome paradigms, and recent research assuming that biologically variable rhythms may trigger specific strong anticipatory processes to achieve synchronization.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24212115},
    }                     

  • I. Touhami, D. Le Gallais, S. Perrey, A. Bibi, D. Koubaa, R. Mankai, Z. Bartagi, T. Messaoud, and S. Fattoum, (2015) Impaired oxygen uptake kinetics in the first high-level athlete with Hb Hope: a case study, J sports med phys fitness, vol. 55, iss. 5,p. 544–548.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid24947919,
    author = {Touhami, I. and Le Gallais, D. and Perrey, S. and Bibi, A. and Koubaa, D. and Mankai, R. and Bartagi, Z. and Messaoud, T. and Fattoum, S.},
    journal = {J Sports Med Phys Fitness},
    title = {Impaired oxygen uptake kinetics in the first high-level athlete with {H}b {H}ope: a case study},
    year = {2015},
    month = {May},
    number = {5},
    pages = {544--548},
    volume = {55},
    }                     

  • E. Tremey, F. Alexandre, A. Calvat, N. Oliver, A. Varray, and N. Heraud, (2014) Does muscle wasting always mean muscle weakness? a prevalence study in copd, European respiratory journal, vol. 44, iss. Suppl 58.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Tremey01092014,
    Title = {Does muscle wasting always mean muscle weakness? A prevalence study in COPD},
    Author = {Tremey, Emilie and Alexandre, François and Calvat, Amandine and Oliver, Nicolas and Varray, Alain and Heraud, Nelly},
    Journal = {European Respiratory Journal},
    Year = {2014},
    Number = {Suppl 58},
    Volume = {44},
    Abstract = {Peripheral muscle mass and strength are relevant indicators of COPD survival. Current guidelines recommend to assess muscle strength only in muscle wasted patients. However, a recent study reported quadriceps weakness without muscle wasting (Menon, M et al. Resp. Res.2012, 13:119). Thus, these guidelines raise the risk to miss out some weak patients. In clinical settings, fat-free-mass index (FFMI) is indicated as a simple index to assess muscle wasting. We aimed at determining the prevalence of patients entering in pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) a priori not eligible for muscle strength evaluation given the lack of muscle wasting clinical signs.FFMI and Quadriceps strength (QMVC) were assessed in 138 COPD patients (FEV1=52±24%). In absence of consensus, we used the criteria of Seymour, JM. et al. (ERJ.2010,36(1):81–88), ie muscle wasting=FFMI<10th percentile and muscle weakness=((obs.-pred. QMVC)/8.58)<-1.645.52% of patients (n=72) had no muscle wasting. Among them, 47% (n=34) had muscle weakness ie 25% of the total sample. Surprisingly, among the 48% (n=66) of muscle wasted patients, 55% (n=36) exhibited normal strength.Beyond the fact that clinical tools and criteria of muscle evaluation should be clearly defined, our results reveal that half of weak patients had no muscle wasting. Thus, structure and function should not be considered as 2 necessarily dependent parameters. Hence, we propose to evaluate both parameters in all patients before RP to ensure the best patient management taking into account their real needs concerning both muscle weakness and wasting. Furthermore, the absence of muscle weakness in some muscle wasted patients also suggests the existence of compensatory neuromuscular mechanisms.},
    Url = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/44/Suppl_58/P3034.abstract}
    }                     

  • E. Tremey, F. Alexandre, A. Varray, and N. Heraud, (2014) La réhabilitation respiratoire optimise-t-elle le muscle?, Revue des maladies ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00309,
    Title = {La réhabilitation respiratoire optimise-t-elle le muscle?},
    Author = {E Tremey and F Alexandre and A Varray and N Heraud},
    Journal = {Revue des Maladies …},
    Year = {2014},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Type = {CITATION},
    Url = {http://pneumologie-access.com/la-r%C3%A9habilitation-respiratoire-optimise-t-elle-le-muscle}
    }                     

  • C. Trenkwalder, D. Berg, O. Rascol, K. Eggert, A. Ceballos-Baumann, J. C. Corvol, A. Storch, L. Zhang, J. P. Azulay, E. Broussolle, L. Defebvre, C. Geny, M. Gostkowski, F. Stocchi, C. Tranchant, P. Derkinderen, F. Durif, A. J. Espay, A. Feigin, J. L. Houeto, J. Schwarz, T. Di Paolo, D. Feuerbach, H. U. Hockey, J. Jaeger, A. Jakab, D. Johns, G. Linazasoro, P. Maruff, I. Rozenberg, J. Sovago, M. Weiss, and B. Gomez-Mancilla, (2016) A placebo-controlled trial of aqw051 in patients with moderate to severe levodopa-induced dyskinesia, Movement disorders.

    [ Doi 10.1002/mds.26569 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid26990766,
    Title = {A Placebo-Controlled Trial of AQW051 in Patients With Moderate to Severe Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia},
    Author = {Trenkwalder, C. and Berg, D. and Rascol, O. and Eggert, K. and Ceballos-Baumann, A. and Corvol, J. C. and Storch, A. and Zhang, L. and Azulay, J. P. and Broussolle, E. and Defebvre, L. and Geny, C. and Gostkowski, M. and Stocchi, F. and Tranchant, C. and Derkinderen, P. and Durif, F. and Espay, A. J. and Feigin, A. and Houeto, J. L. and Schwarz, J. and Di Paolo, T. and Feuerbach, D. and Hockey, H. U. and Jaeger, J. and Jakab, A. and Johns, D. and Linazasoro, G. and Maruff, P. and Rozenberg, I. and Sovago, J. and Weiss, M. and Gomez-Mancilla, B.},
    Journal = {Movement Disorders},
    Year = {2016},
    Month = {Mar},
    Doi = {10.1002/mds.26569}
    }                     

  • F. Valenciennes, (2011) Du maintien postural à l'exécution du mouvement. communications affichées, Neurophysiologie clinique/clinical ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00310,
    Title = {Du maintien postural à l'exécution du mouvement. Communications affichées},
    Author = {F Valenciennes},
    Journal = {Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {researchgate.net},
    Url = {http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Maxime_Billot/publication/258363739_Marqueurs_dynamiques_de_la_posture_chez_les_personnes_ges__Cas_dune_posture_simple_vs_complexe/links/0deec5281153475559000000.pdf}
    }                     

  • L. Van Dokkum, E. Le Bars, D. Mottet, A. Bonafe, N. M. de Champfleur, and I. Laffont, (2016) Modified brain activations in the non-damaged hemisphere during movements of the “supposed to be healthy” upper-limb, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e68.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{van2016modified,
    Title = {Modified brain activations in the non-damaged hemisphere during movements of the “supposed to be healthy” upper-limb},
    Author = {Van Dokkum, Liesjet and Le Bars, Emmanuelle and Mottet, Denis and Bonafe, Alain and de Champfleur, Nicolas Menjot and Laffont, Isabelle},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e68},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • L. E. Van Dokkum, T. Ward, and I. Laffont, (2015) Brain computer interfaces for neurorehabilitation - its current status as a rehabilitation strategy post-stroke, Ann. phys. rehabil. med., vol. 58, iss. 1,p. 3–8.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2014.09.016 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dokkum2015,
    author = {Van Dokkum, L. E. and Ward, T. and Laffont, I.},
    journal = {Ann. Phys. Rehabil. Med.},
    title = {Brain computer interfaces for neurorehabilitation - its current status as a rehabilitation strategy post-stroke},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Feb},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2014.09.016}{10.1016/j.rehab.2014.09.016}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25614021}{25614021}] [1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=6415377831804713389\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {3--8},
    volume = {58},
    abstract = {The idea of using brain computer interfaces (BCI) for rehabilitation emerged relatively recently. Basically, BCI for neurorehabilitation involves the recording and decoding of local brain signals generated by the patient, as he/her tries to perform a particular task (even if imperfect), or during a mental imagery task. The main objective is to promote the recruitment of selected brain areas involved and to facilitate neural plasticity. The recorded signal can be used in several ways: (i) to objectify and strengthen motor imagery-based training, by providing the patient feedback on the imagined motor task, for example, in a virtual environment; (ii) to generate a desired motor task via functional electrical stimulation or rehabilitative robotic orthoses attached to the patient's limb - encouraging and optimizing task execution as well as "closing" the disrupted sensorimotor loop by giving the patient the appropriate sensory feedback; (iii) to understand cerebral reorganizations after lesion, in order to influence or even quantify plasticity-induced changes in brain networks. For example, applying cerebral stimulation to re-equilibrate inter-hemispheric imbalance as shown by functional recording of brain activity during movement may help recovery. Its potential usefulness for a patient population has been demonstrated on various levels and its diverseness in interface applications makes it adaptable to a large population. The position and status of these very new rehabilitation systems should now be considered with respect to our current and more or less validated traditional methods, as well as in the light of the wide range of possible brain damage. The heterogeneity in post-damage expression inevitably complicates the decoding of brain signals and thus their use in pathological conditions, asking for controlled clinical trials.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2014.09.016},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065714018338:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25614021},
    }                     

  • E. Van Dyck, B. Moens, J. Buhmann, M. Demey, E. Coorevits, S. Dalla Bella, and M. Leman, (2015) Spontaneous entrainment of running cadence to music tempo, Sports medicine-open, vol. 1, iss. 1,p. 1.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{van2015spontaneous,
    Title = {Spontaneous entrainment of running cadence to music tempo},
    Author = {Van Dyck, Edith and Moens, Bart and Buhmann, Jeska and Demey, Michiel and Coorevits, Esther and Dalla Bella, Simone and Leman, Marc},
    Journal = {Sports medicine-open},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {1},
    Pages = {1},
    Volume = {1},
    Publisher = {Springer International Publishing}
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, B. G. Bardy, F. C. Chen, C. Alcantara, and T. A. Stoffregen, (2015) Coupling of postural activity with motion of a ship at sea, Experimental brain research, vol. 233, iss. 5,p. 1607–1616.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-015-4235-7 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2015,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Bardy, B. G. and Chen, F. C. and Alcantara, C. and Stoffregen, T. A.},
    journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    title = {Coupling of postural activity with motion of a ship at sea},
    year = {2015},
    month = {May},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-015-4235-7}{10.1007/s00221-015-4235-7}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25716613}{25716613}]},
    number = {5},
    pages = {1607--1616},
    volume = {233},
    abstract = {On land, body sway during stance becomes coupled with imposed oscillations of the illuminated environment or of the support surface. This coupling appears to have the function of stabilizing the body relative to the illuminated or inertial environment. In previous research, the stimulus has been limited to motion in a single axis. Little is known about our ability to couple postural activity with complex, multi-axis oscillations. On a ship at sea, we evaluated postural activity using measures of body movement, as such, and we separately evaluated a direct measure of coupling between body movement and ship motion. Participants were tested while facing fore-aft and athwartship. We compared postural activity between participants who had been seasick at the beginning of the voyage and those who had not. Coupling of postural activity with ship motion differed between body axes as a function of body orientation relative to the ship. In addition, coupling differed between participants who had been seasick at the beginning of the voyage and those who had not. We discuss the results in terms of implications for general theories of postural control, and for prediction of susceptibility to seasickness in individuals.},
    doi = {10.1007/s00221-015-4235-7},
    file = {:http\://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-015-4235-7:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25716613},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, C. A. Coey, R. C. Schmidt, L. Marin, B. G. Bardy, and M. J. Richardson, (2014) Influence of stimulus velocity profile on rhythmic visuomotor coordination, J exp psychol hum percept perform, vol. 40, iss. 5,p. 1849–1860.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2014a,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Coey, C. A. and Schmidt, R. C. and Marin, L. and Bardy, B. G. and Richardson, M. J.},
    journal = {J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform},
    title = {Influence of stimulus velocity profile on rhythmic visuomotor coordination},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Oct},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0037417}{10.1037/a0037417}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25019498}{25019498}]},
    number = {5},
    pages = {1849--1860},
    volume = {40},
    abstract = {Every day, we visually coordinate our movements with environmental rhythms. Despite its ubiquity, it largely remains unclear why certain visual rhythms or stimuli facilitate such visuomotor coordination. The goal of the current study was to investigate whether the velocity profile of a rhythmic stimulus modulated the emergence and stability of this coordination. We examined both intended (Experiment 1) and unintended or spontaneous coordination (Experiment 2) between the rhythmic limb movements of participants and stimuli exhibiting different velocity profiles. Specifically, the stimuli oscillated with either a sinusoidal (harmonic), nonlinear Rayleigh, or nonlinear Van der Pol velocity profile, all of which are typical of human or biological rhythmic movement. The results demonstrated that the dynamics of both intended and unintended visuomotor coordination were modulated by the stimulus velocity profile, and that the Rayleigh velocity profile facilitated the coordination, suggesting a crucial role of the slowness to the endpoints or turning points of the stimulus trajectory for stable coordination. More generally, these findings open promising research directions to better understand and improve coordination with artificial agents and people with social deficits.},
    file = {:http\://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/2014-28832-001/:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25019498},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, C. A. Coey, R. C. Schmidt, and M. J. Richardson, (2012) Influence of stimulus amplitude on unintended visuomotor entrainment, Hum mov sci, vol. 31, iss. 3,p. 541–552.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2012a,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Coey, C. A. and Schmidt, R. C. and Richardson, M. J.},
    journal = {Hum Mov Sci},
    title = {Influence of stimulus amplitude on unintended visuomotor entrainment},
    year = {2012},
    month = {Jun},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.humov.2011.08.002}{10.1016/j.humov.2011.08.002}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22088490}{22088490}]},
    number = {3},
    pages = {541--552},
    volume = {31},
    abstract = {Rhythmic limb movements have been shown to spontaneously coordinate with rhythmic environmental stimuli. Previous research has demonstrated how such entrainment depends on the difference between the movement periods of the limb and the stimulus, and on the degree to which the actor visually tracks the stimulus. Here we present an experiment that investigated how stimulus amplitude influences unintended visuomotor entrainment. Participants performed rhythmic forearm movements while visually tracking an oscillating stimulus. The amplitude and period of stimulus motion were manipulated. Larger stimulus amplitudes resulted in stronger entrainment irrespective of how participants visually tracked the movements of the stimulus. Visual tracking, however, did result in increased entrainment for large, but not small, stimulus amplitudes. Collectively, the results indicate that the movement amplitude of environmental stimuli plays a significant role in the emergence of unintended visuomotor entrainment.},
    file = {:http\://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167945711001217:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22088490},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, L. Marin, D. Capdevielle, J. Del-Monte, R. C. Schmidt, R. N. Salesse, J. P. Boulenger, B. G. Bardy, and S. Raffard, (2014) Difficulty leading interpersonal coordination: towards an embodied signature of social anxiety disorder, Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, vol. 8,p. 29.

    [ Doi doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.0002 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2014b,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Marin, L. and Capdevielle, D. and Del-Monte, J. and Schmidt, R. C. and Salesse, R. N. and Boulenger, J. P. and Bardy, B. G. and Raffard, S.},
    journal = {Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience},
    title = {Difficulty leading interpersonal coordination: towards an embodied signature of social anxiety disorder},
    year = {2014},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3915144}{PMC3915144}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00029}{10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00029}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24567707}{24567707}]},
    pages = {29},
    volume = {8},
    abstract = {Defined by a persistent fear of embarrassment or negative evaluation while engaged in social interaction or public performance, social anxiety disorder (SAD) is one of the most common psychiatric syndromes. Previous research has made a considerable effort to better understand and assess this mental disorder. However, little attention has been paid to social motor behavior of patients with SAD despite its crucial importance in daily social interactions. Previous research has shown that the coordination of arm, head or postural movements of interacting people can reflect their mental states or feelings such as social connectedness and social motives, suggesting that interpersonal movement coordination may be impaired in patients suffering from SAD. The current study was specifically aimed at determining whether SAD affects the dynamics of social motor coordination. We compared the unintentional and intentional rhythmic coordination of a SAD group (19 patients paired with control participants) with the rhythmic coordination of a control group (19 control pairs) in an interpersonal pendulum coordination task. The results demonstrated that unintentional social motor coordination was preserved with SAD while intentional coordination was impaired. More specifically, intentional coordination became impaired when patients with SAD had to lead the coordination as indicated by poorer (i.e., more variable) coordination. These differences between intentional and unintentional coordination as well as between follower and leader roles reveal an impaired coordination dynamics that is specific to SAD, and thus, opens promising research directions to better understand, assess and treat this mental disorder.},
    doi = {doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.0002},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24567707},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, L. Marin, J. Issartel, R. C. Schmidt, and B. G. Bardy, (2012) Continuity of visual and auditory rhythms influences sensorimotor coordination, Plos one, vol. 7, iss. 9,p. e44082.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2012b,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Marin, L. and Issartel, J. and Schmidt, R. C. and Bardy, B. G.},
    title = {Continuity of visual and auditory rhythms influences sensorimotor coordination},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    year = {2012},
    volume = {7},
    number = {9},
    pages = {e44082},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3446958}{PMC3446958}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0044082}{10.1371/journal.pone.0044082}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23028488}{23028488}]},
    abstract = {People often coordinate their movement with visual and auditory environmental rhythms. Previous research showed better performances when coordinating with auditory compared to visual stimuli, and with bimodal compared to unimodal stimuli. However, these results have been demonstrated with discrete rhythms and it is possible that such effects depend on the continuity of the stimulus rhythms (i.e., whether they are discrete or continuous). The aim of the current study was to investigate the influence of the continuity of visual and auditory rhythms on sensorimotor coordination. We examined the dynamics of synchronized oscillations of a wrist pendulum with auditory and visual rhythms at different frequencies, which were either unimodal or bimodal and discrete or continuous. Specifically, the stimuli used were a light flash, a fading light, a short tone and a frequency-modulated tone. The results demonstrate that the continuity of the stimulus rhythms strongly influences visual and auditory motor coordination. Participants' movement led continuous stimuli and followed discrete stimuli. Asymmetries between the half-cycles of the movement in term of duration and nonlinearity of the trajectory occurred with slower discrete rhythms. Furthermore, the results show that the differences of performance between visual and auditory modalities depend on the continuity of the stimulus rhythms as indicated by movements closer to the instructed coordination for the auditory modality when coordinating with discrete stimuli. The results also indicate that visual and auditory rhythms are integrated together in order to better coordinate irrespective of their continuity, as indicated by less variable coordination closer to the instructed pattern. Generally, the findings have important implications for understanding how we coordinate our movements with visual and auditory environmental rhythms in everyday life.},
    comment = {15 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=17372011447960890339\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23028488},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, L. Marin, J. Lagarde, and B. G. Bardy, (2011) Social postural coordination, J exp psychol hum percept perform, vol. 37, iss. 2,p. 473–483.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2011a,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Marin, L. and Lagarde, J. and Bardy, B. G.},
    journal = {J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform},
    title = {Social postural coordination},
    year = {2011},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0020552}{10.1037/a0020552}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20854001}{20854001}]},
    number = {2},
    pages = {473--483},
    volume = {37},
    abstract = {The goal of the current study was to investigate whether a visual coupling between two people can produce spontaneous interpersonal postural coordination and change their intrapersonal postural coordination involved in the control of stance. We examined the front-to-back head displacements of participants and the angular motion of their hip and ankle during a visual tracking task performed alone and paired. Our results showed that visually paired participants exhibited spontaneous coordination between the movements of their head, hip, and ankle. Moreover, the visual coupling modified the spontaneous intrapersonal ankle-hip coordination dynamics of participants and their performance during visual tracking. Generally, our findings demonstrated reciprocal relations between intrapersonal and interpersonal coordination during social interaction.},
    file = {:http\://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xhp/37/2/473/:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20854001},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, L. Marin, S. Raffard, R. Schmidt, and ..., (2011) Disorders of social motor coordination in schizophrenia, Bio web of ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00174,
    Title = {Disorders of Social Motor Coordination in Schizophrenia},
    Author = {M Varlet and L Marin and S Raffard and RC Schmidt and ...},
    Journal = {BIO Web of …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00091/bioconf_skills_00091.html}
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, L. Marin, S. Raffard, R. C. Schmidt, D. Capdevielle, J. P. Boulenger, J. Del-Monte, and B. G. Bardy, (2012) Impairments of social motor coordination in schizophrenia, Plos one, vol. 7, iss. 1,p. e29772.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2012,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Marin, L. and Raffard, S. and Schmidt, R. C. and Capdevielle, D. and Boulenger, J. P. and Del-Monte, J. and Bardy, B. G.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Impairments of social motor coordination in schizophrenia},
    year = {2012},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3260163}{PMC3260163}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0029772}{10.1371/journal.pone.0029772}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22272247}{22272247}]},
    number = {1},
    pages = {e29772},
    volume = {7},
    abstract = {It has been demonstrated that motor coordination of interacting people plays a crucial role in the success of social exchanges. Abnormal movements have been reported during interpersonal interactions of patients suffering from schizophrenia and a motor coordination breakdown could explain this social interaction deficit, which is one of the main and earliest features of the illness. Using the dynamical systems framework, the goal of the current study was (i) to investigate whether social motor coordination is impaired in schizophrenia and (ii) to determine the underlying perceptual or cognitive processes that may be affected. We examined intentional and unintentional social motor coordination in participants oscillating hand-held pendulums from the wrist. The control group consisted of twenty healthy participant pairs while the experimental group consisted of twenty participant pairs that included one participant suffering from schizophrenia. The results showed that unintentional social motor coordination was preserved while intentional social motor coordination was impaired. In intentional coordination, the schizophrenia group displayed coordination patterns that had lower stability and in which the patient never led the coordination. A coupled oscillator model suggests that the schizophrenia group coordination pattern was due to a decrease in the amount of available information together with a delay in information transmission. Our study thus identified relational motor signatures of schizophrenia and opens new perspectives for detecting the illness and improving social interactions of patients.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22272247},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet and M. Richardson, (2015) What would be usain bolt's 100-meter sprint world record without tyson gay? unintentional interpersonal synchronization between the two sprinters, Journal of experimental psychology: human perception & performance,p. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0038640.

    [ Doi 10.1037/a0038640 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id458,
    Title = {What would be Usain Bolt's 100-Meter sprint world record without Tyson Gay? Unintentional interpersonal synchronization between the two sprinters},
    Author = {Varlet,M. and Richardson,MJ.},
    Journal = {Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception \& Performance},
    Year = {2015},
    Pages = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0038640},
    Doi = {10.1037/a0038640},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://psycnet.apa.org/psycinfo/2015-00011-001/}
    }                     

  • M. Varlet and M. J. Richardson, (2011) Computation of continuous relative phase and modulation of frequency of human movement, Journal of biomechanics, vol. 44, iss. 6,p. 1200–1204.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2011,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Richardson, M. J.},
    journal = {Journal of Biomechanics},
    title = {Computation of continuous relative phase and modulation of frequency of human movement},
    year = {2011},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbiomech.2011.02.001}{10.1016/j.jbiomech.2011.02.001}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21329929}{21329929}]},
    number = {6},
    pages = {1200--1204},
    volume = {44},
    abstract = {Continuous relative phase measures have been used to quantify the coordination between different body segments in several activities. Our aim in this study was to investigate how the methods traditionally used to compute the continuous phase of human rhythmic movement are affected by modulations of frequency. We compared the continuous phase computed method with the traditional method derived from the position-velocity phase plane and with the Hilbert Transform. The methods were tested using sinusoidal signals with a modulation of frequency between or within cycles. Our results showed that the continuous phase computed with the first method results in oscillations in the phase time-series not expected for a sinusoidal signal and that the continuous phase is overestimated with the Hilbert Transform. We proposed a new method that produces a correct estimation of continuous phase by using half-cycle estimations of frequency to normalize the phase planes prior to calculating phase angles. The findings of the current study have important implications for computing continuous relative phase when investigating human movement coordination.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21329929},
    }                     

  • M. Varlet, T. A. Stoffregen, F. C. Chen, C. Alcantara, L. Marin, and B. G. Bardy, (2014) Just the sight of you: postural effects of interpersonal visual contact at sea, J exp psychol hum percept perform, vol. 40, iss. 6,p. 2310–2318.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varlet2014,
    author = {Varlet, M. and Stoffregen, T. A. and Chen, F. C. and Alcantara, C. and Marin, L. and Bardy, B. G.},
    journal = {J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform},
    title = {Just the sight of you: postural effects of interpersonal visual contact at sea},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Dec},
    note = {[DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0038197}{10.1037/a0038197}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25314043}{25314043}]},
    number = {6},
    pages = {2310--2318},
    volume = {40},
    abstract = {The control of standing body posture is affected by mechanical perturbations, such as motion of the support surface. Postural activity also is responsive to subtle social factors: When 2 people interact there is spontaneous interpersonal coordination of their movements. We asked whether interpersonal postural coordination based on visual contact would be robust in the presence of mechanical perturbations that characterize sea travel. During an ocean voyage, pairs of participants stood facing together or facing apart. Interpersonal coordination of body sway was stronger when participants faced each other than when they faced apart. Furthermore, overall body movement was reduced when individuals faced together, suggesting that the sight of another person improved individuals' ability to compensate for ship motion. These findings provide the first evidence that the "soft" constraint of interpersonal visual contact can influence interpersonal postural coordination as people simultaneously adjust postural sway in response to powerful mechanical (i.e., "hard") constraints.},
    file = {:http\://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xhp/40/6/2310/:URL},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25314043},
    }                     

  • D. Varoqui, B. Bardy, and J. Pélissier, (2011) Une approche dynamique des déficits posturaux: exemple de l'hémiplégie vasculaire, Movement & sport sciences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00272,
    Title = {Une approche dynamique des déficits posturaux: Exemple de l'hémiplégie vasculaire},
    Author = {D Varoqui and BG Bardy and JY Pélissier},
    Journal = {Movement \& Sport Sciences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=8015190017911232474\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {cairn.info},
    Url = {http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=SM_074_0089}
    }                     

  • D. Varoqui, J. Froger, J. Y. Pelissier, and B. G. Bardy, (2011) Effect of coordination biofeedback on (re)learning preferred postural patterns in post-stroke patients, Motor control, vol. 15, iss. 2,p. 187–205.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varoqui2011,
    author = {Varoqui, D. and Froger, J. and Pelissier, J. Y. and Bardy, B. G.},
    title = {Effect of coordination biofeedback on (re)learning preferred postural patterns in post-stroke patients},
    journal = {Motor Control},
    year = {2011},
    volume = {15},
    number = {2},
    pages = {187--205},
    month = {Apr},
    note = {[PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21628724}{21628724}]},
    abstract = {After stroke, ankle-hip coordination during stance is characterized by changes in the postural system dynamics, specifically the disappearance of the in-phase pattern and the reduced stability of the anti-phase pattern. This study was conducted to assess the success of a coordination visual biofeedback for the (re)learning of the two preferred patterns, and to explore the effect of this treatment on postural and functional abilities. Twenty four patients were randomly assigned to one of two experimental groups or to a control group. During one month, patients from experimental groups followed a training protocol on the two preferred postural patterns using the biofeedback device. These two groups improved their in-phase coordination after the (re)learning compared with control group, and showed a related improvement of the functional independence measure. Results suggest that (re)learning the in-phase pattern is possible and seems to improve independence in poststroke patients.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21628724},
    }                     

  • B. B. G. Varoqui D. and J. -Y. Pélissier, (2011) Une approche dynamique des déficits posturaux: exemple de l\'hémiplégie vasculaire, Science & motricité, iss. 74,pp. 89-100.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id298,
    Title = {Une approche dynamique des déficits posturaux: Exemple de l\'hémiplégie vasculaire},
    Author = {Varoqui, D., Bardy, B. G., \& Pélissier, J.-Y.},
    Journal = {Science \& Motricité},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {74},
    Pages = {89-100},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_298.pdf}
    }                     

  • A. Varray, F. Alexandre, and N. Heraud, (2013) Nouveau regard sur la faiblesse musculaire des sujets atteints de bpco : rôle des aires corticales motrices, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e323 - e324.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.859 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varray2013e323,
    author = {A. Varray and F. Alexandre and N. Heraud},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Nouveau regard sur la faiblesse musculaire des sujets atteints de BPCO : rôle des aires corticales motrices},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e323 - e324},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.859},
    keywords = {ésActivation corticale},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713009767},
    }                     

  • A. Varray, F. Alexandre, and N. Heraud, (2013) New insigt on \COPD\ muscle weakness: role of motor cortical area, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e325 - e326.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.866 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Varray2013e325,
    author = {A. Varray and F. Alexandre and N. Heraud},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {New insigt on \{COPD\} muscle weakness: Role of motor cortical area},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e325 - e326},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.866},
    keywords = {Cortical activation},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713009834},
    }                     

  • A. Varray, N. Héraud, F. Durand, and C. Préfaut, Iconographies supplémentaires de l'article: correction de l'hypoxémie d'exercice chez le bpco: variabilité des réponses, enjeux et problèmes posés dans …, Elsevier masson, 2011.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Book{pop00278,
    Title = {Iconographies supplémentaires de l'article: Correction de l'hypoxémie d'exercice chez le BPCO: variabilité des réponses, enjeux et problèmes posés dans …},
    Author = {A Varray and N Héraud and F Durand and C Préfaut},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • A. Varray, N. Héraud, F. Durand, and C. Préfaut, (2011) Correction de l'hypoxémie d'exercice chez le bpco: variabilité des réponses, enjeux et problèmes posés dans le cadre de la réhabilitation respiratoire, Science & sports.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00305,
    Title = {Correction de l'hypoxémie d'exercice chez le BPCO: variabilité des réponses, enjeux et problèmes posés dans le cadre de la réhabilitation respiratoire},
    Author = {A Varray and N Héraud and F Durand and C Préfaut},
    Journal = {Science \& Sports},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier},
    Url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0765159711000785}
    }                     

  • H. D. N. . . F. Varray A. and C. Prefaut, (2011) Exercise-induced hypoxemia correction in copd patients: response variability, issues and problems in the context of respiratory rehabilitation, Science & sports, iss. 26(4),pp. 220-4.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id356,
    Title = {Exercise-induced hypoxemia correction in COPD patients: Response variability, issues and problems in the context of respiratory rehabilitation},
    Author = {Varray, A., Héraud, N., Durand, F. \& Prefaut, C.},
    Journal = {Science \& Sports},
    Year = {2011},
    Number = {26(4)},
    Pages = {220-4},
    Owner = {pierre.jean},
    Timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    Url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_356.pdf}
    }                     

  • M. Vaucher, A. Dupeyron, C. Hérisson, and ..., (2011) Radiographic assessment of lumbopelvic sagittal alignment in sitting position: preliminary study, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00245,
    Title = {Radiographic assessment of lumbopelvic sagittal alignment in sitting position: Preliminary study},
    Author = {M Vaucher and A Dupeyron and C Hérisson and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Vaucher, A. Dupeyron, C. Hérisson, and ..., (2011) Étude préliminaire de l'alignement sagittal du complexe lombo-pelvien en position assise, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00297,
    Title = {Étude préliminaire de l'alignement sagittal du complexe lombo-pelvien en position assise},
    Author = {M Vaucher and A Dupeyron and C Hérisson and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • M. Vaucher, M. -E. Isner-Horobeti, C. Demattei, S. Alonso, C. Hérisson, P. Kouyoumdjian, H. Jaap, J. H. Van Dieën, and A. Dupeyron, (2015) Effect of a kneeling chair on lumbar curvature in patients with low back pain and healthy controls: a pilot study, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 58, iss. 3,pp. 151-156.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2015.01.003 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Vaucher2015151,
    author = {Vaucher, M. and Isner-Horobeti, M.-E. and Demattei, C. and Alonso, S. and Hérisson, C. and Kouyoumdjian, P. and Jaap, H. and Van Dieën, J. H. and Dupeyron, A.},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Effect of a kneeling chair on lumbar curvature in patients with low back pain and healthy controls: A pilot study},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    number = {3},
    pages = {151 - 156},
    volume = {58},
    abstract = {AbstractBackground The concept of an ideal sitting posture is often used in practice but lacks a basis in evidence. Objective We designed a cross-sectional, comparative, matched study to determine the effects of chair and posture on lumbar curvature in 10 patients with chronic non-specific low back pain (CLBP; mean pain duration 24 ± 18 months) and 10 healthy matched controls. Methods Pelvic incidence, sacral slope and lumbar curvature were measured on computed radiographs by 2 blinded clinicians for subjects in 2 postures (upright vs slumped sitting) and on 2 chairs (usual flat chair vs kneeling chair). Results The reliability of measures was excellent (intraclass correlation coefficient > 0.9). As hypothesized, the expected sacral slope and lumbar lordosis changed between standing and sitting on a kneeling chair as compared with a usual chair (P < 0.0001) and less in patients than controls (P = 0.046) for lordosis only. In addition, as expected, changes were more pronounced with slumped than upright sitting (P < 0.0001). An interaction between chairs and postures for lumbar lordosis (P = 0.02) indicated more pronounced effects of the chair in slumped sitting. Therefore, lumbar lordosis was reduced less when sitting on a kneeling chair as compared with a usual chair. Conclusions Although healthy subjects showed more reduction in lordosis between standing and sitting, the chair effect was found in both \{CLBP\} patients and healthy subjects.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2015.01.003},
    keywords = {Low back pain},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065715000445},
    }                     

  • M. Vaucher, P. Kouyoumdjian, C. Demattei, and A. Dupeyron, (2013) Effet de l’assise sur la courbure lombaire chez les patients lombalgiques comparés aux sujets sains, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e309 -.

    [ Doi j.rehab.2013.07.819 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Vaucher2013e309,
    author = {M. Vaucher and P. Kouyoumdjian and C. Demattei and A. Dupeyron},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Effet de l’assise sur la courbure lombaire chez les patients lombalgiques comparés aux sujets sains},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e309 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {j.rehab.2013.07.819},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713009366},
    }                     

  • M. Vaucher, P. Kouyoumdjian, C. Demattei, and A. Dupeyron, (2013) Effects of chair type on lumbar curvature in patients with low back pain and healthy controls, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 56, Supplement 1,p. e311 -.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.826 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Vaucher2013e311,
    author = {M. Vaucher and P. Kouyoumdjian and C. Demattei and A. Dupeyron},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    title = {Effects of chair type on lumbar curvature in patients with low back pain and healthy controls},
    year = {2013},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {28e Congrès de Médecine Physique et de Réadaptation, Reims, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 2013},
    pages = {e311 -},
    volume = {56, Supplement 1},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rehab.2013.07.826},
    keywords = {Lumbar curvature},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065713009433},
    }                     

  • S. Verges, T. Rupp, M. Jubeau, B. Wuyam, F. Esteve, P. Levy, S. Perrey, and Y. Millet Guillaume, (2012) Cerebral perturbations during exercise in hypoxia., American journal of physiology: regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, iss. 8,p. R903-R916.

    [ Doi 10.1152/ajpregu.00555.2011 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Verges2012,
    author = {Verges, Samuel and Rupp, Thomas and Jubeau, Marc and Wuyam, Bernard and Esteve, Fran{\c c}ois and Levy, Patrick and Perrey, St�phane and Millet, Guillaume, Y.},
    title = {Cerebral perturbations during exercise in hypoxia.},
    journal = {American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology},
    year = {2012},
    number = {8},
    pages = {R903-R916},
    month = Apr,
    doi = {10.1152/ajpregu.00555.2011},
    file = {:http\://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00873450/file/Verges-2012_Cerebral_AA.pdf:URL},
    hal_id = {inserm-00873450},
    hal_version = {v1},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {{American Physiological Society}},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.hal.inserm.fr/inserm-00873450},
    }                     

  • E. Viollet, A. Dupeyron, and C. Gagnard-Landra, (2016) Botulinum toxin-a for treatment of pisa syndrome: towards a decision-making algorithm?, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e66.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{viollet2016botulinum,
    Title = {Botulinum toxin-A for treatment of Pisa syndrome: Towards a decision-making algorithm?},
    Author = {Viollet, Emilie and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Gagnard-Landra, Corine},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e66},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • E. Viollet, F. Nouvel, D. Richard, M. Blot, and A. Dupeyron, (2016) Effect of the physiological angular position of the resting knee on pressure at the heel/surface interface, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 59,p. e100.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{viollet2016effect,
    Title = {Effect of the physiological angular position of the resting knee on pressure at the heel/surface interface},
    Author = {Viollet, Emilie and Nouvel, Fabrice and Richard, Dominique and Blot, Mylène and Dupeyron, Arnaud},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    Year = {2016},
    Pages = {e100},
    Volume = {59},
    Publisher = {Elsevier}
    }                     

  • C. Werner, A. Waldner, C. Tomelleri, and ..., (2011) A new gait machine g-eo for stair climbing and descending in non-ambulatory neurological patients, Annals of physical and ….

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00026,
    Title = {A new gait machine G-EO for stair climbing and descending in non-ambulatory neurological patients},
    Author = {C Werner and A Waldner and C Tomelleri and ...},
    Journal = {Annals of Physical and …},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=11302510173164037793\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {Elsevier Masson},
    Type = {CITATION}
    }                     

  • B. B. G. Yu Y. and T. A. Stoffregen, (2011) Influences of head and torso movement before and during affordance perception, Journal of motor behavior, iss. 43,pp. 45-54.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{id332,
    author = {Yu, Y., Bardy, B. G., \& Stoffregen, T. A.},
    journal = {Journal of Motor Behavior},
    title = {Influences of head and torso movement before and during affordance perception},
    year = {2011},
    number = {43},
    pages = {45-54},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.03},
    url = {http://www.m2h.euromov.eu/documents/publications/publication_332.pdf},
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Mottet, and J. Lagarde, (2016) Perceptuo-motor compatibility governs multisensory integration in bimanual coordination dynamics, Experimental brain research, vol. 234, iss. 2,p. 463–474.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{zelic2016perceptuo,
    Title = {Perceptuo-motor compatibility governs multisensory integration in bimanual coordination dynamics},
    Author = {Zelic, Gregory and Mottet, Denis and Lagarde, Julien},
    Journal = {Experimental brain research},
    Year = {2016},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {463--474},
    Volume = {234},
    Publisher = {Springer}
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Mottet, and J. Lagarde, (2015) Perceptuo-motor compatibility governs multisensory integration in bimanual coordination dynamics, Experimental brain research, vol. 234, iss. 2,p. 463–474.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-015-4476-5 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Zelic2015,
    Title = {Perceptuo-motor compatibility governs multisensory integration in bimanual coordination dynamics},
    Author = {Zelic, G. and Mottet, D. and Lagarde, J.},
    Journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    Year = {2015},
    Number = {2},
    Pages = {463--474},
    Volume = {234},
    Abstract = {The brain has the remarkable ability to bind together inputs from different sensory origin into a coherent percept. Behavioral benefits can result from such ability, e.g., a person typically responds faster and more accurately to cross-modal stimuli than to unimodal stimuli. To date, it is, however, largely unknown whether such multisensory benefits, shown for discrete reactive behaviors, generalize to the continuous coordination of movements. The present study addressed multisensory integration from the perspective of bimanual coordination dynamics, where the perceptual activity no longer triggers a single response but continuously guides the motor action. The task consisted in coordinating anti-symmetrically the continuous flexion--extension of the index fingers, while synchronizing with an external pacer. Three different configurations of metronome were tested, for which we examined whether a cross-modal pacing (audio--tactile beats) improved the stability of the coordination in comparison with unimodal pacing condition (auditory or tactile beats). We found a more stable bimanual coordination for cross-modal pacing, but only when the metronome configuration directly matched the anti-symmetric coordination pattern. We conclude that multisensory integration can benefit the continuous coordination of movements; however, this is constrained by whether the perceptual and motor activities match in space and time.},
    Doi = {10.1007/s00221-015-4476-5},
    ISSN = {1432-1106},
    Url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-015-4476-5}
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Mottet, and J. Lagarde, (2012) Behavioral impact of unisensory and multisensory audio-tactile events: pros and cons for interlimb coordination in juggling, Plos one, vol. 7, iss. 2,p. e32308.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Zelic2012,
    author = {Zelic, G. and Mottet, D. and Lagarde, J.},
    journal = {PLoS ONE},
    title = {Behavioral impact of unisensory and multisensory audio-tactile events: pros and cons for interlimb coordination in juggling},
    year = {2012},
    note = {[PubMed Central:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3288083}{PMC3288083}] [DOI:\href{http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0032308}{10.1371/journal.pone.0032308}] [PubMed:\href{http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22384211}{22384211}]},
    number = {2},
    pages = {e32308},
    volume = {7},
    abstract = {Recent behavioral neuroscience research revealed that elementary reactive behavior can be improved in the case of cross-modal sensory interactions thanks to underlying multisensory integration mechanisms. Can this benefit be generalized to an ongoing coordination of movements under severe physical constraints? We choose a juggling task to examine this question. A central issue well-known in juggling lies in establishing and maintaining a specific temporal coordination among balls, hands, eyes and posture. Here, we tested whether providing additional timing information about the balls and hands motions by using external sound and tactile periodic stimulations, the later presented at the wrists, improved the behavior of jugglers. One specific combination of auditory and tactile metronome led to a decrease of the spatiotemporal variability of the juggler's performance: a simple sound associated to left and right tactile cues presented antiphase to each other, which corresponded to the temporal pattern of hands movement in the juggling task. A contrario, no improvements were obtained in the case of other auditory and tactile combinations. We even found a degraded performance when tactile events were presented alone. The nervous system thus appears able to integrate in efficient way environmental information brought by different sensory modalities, but only if the information specified matches specific features of the coordination pattern. We discuss the possible implications of these results for the understanding of the neuronal integration process implied in audio-tactile interaction in the context of complex voluntary movement, and considering the well-known gating effect of movement on vibrotactile perception.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2015.04.02},
    url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22384211},
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Mottet, and J. Lagarde, (2011) Audio-tactile events can improve the interlimb coordination in juggling, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00195,
    Title = {Audio-tactile events can improve the interlimb coordination in Juggling},
    Author = {G Zelic and D Mottet and J Lagarde},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {1 cites: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=4410773334905181343\&as_sdt=2005\&sciodt=0,5\&hl=en\&num=20},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00102/bioconf_skills_00102.html}
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Mottet, and J. Lagarde, (2011) Multisensory integration impacts coordination, Bio web of conferences.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pop00216,
    Title = {Multisensory integration impacts coordination},
    Author = {G Zelic and D Mottet and J Lagarde},
    Journal = {BIO Web of Conferences},
    Year = {2011},
    Note = {Query date: 2015-04-03},
    Publisher = {bio-conferences.org},
    Url = {http://www.bio-conferences.org/articles/bioconf/abs/2011/01/bioconf_skills_00101/bioconf_skills_00101.html}
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2017) Do we perform better when we increase red blood cells?, The lancet haematology.

    [ Doi 10.1016/S2352-3026(17)30123-0 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2017,
    author = {Perrey, Stephane},
    title = {Do we perform better when we increase red blood cells?},
    journal = {The Lancet Haematology},
    year = {2017},
    month = {07},
    issn = {2352-3026},
    doi = {10.1016/S2352-3026(17)30123-0},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2352-3026(17)30123-0},
    }                     

  • F. Alderisio, G. Fiore, R. N. Salesse, B. G. Bardy, and M. di Bernardo, (2017) Interaction patterns and individual dynamics shape the way we move in synchrony, Scientific reports, vol. 7, iss. 1,p. 6846.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Alderisio2017,
    author = {Alderisio, Francesco and Fiore, Gianfranco and Salesse, Robin N. and Bardy, Benoît G. and Bernardo, Mario di},
    title = {Interaction patterns and individual dynamics shape the way we move in synchrony},
    journal = {Scientific Reports},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    number = {1},
    pages = {6846},
    month = jul,
    issn = {2045-2322},
    abstract = {An important open problem in Human Behaviour is to understand how coordination emerges in human ensembles. This problem has been seldom studied quantitatively in the existing literature, in contrast to situations involving dual interaction. Here we study motor coordination (or synchronisation) in a group of individuals where participants are asked to visually coordinate an oscillatory hand motion. We separately tested two groups of seven participants. We observed that the coordination level of the ensemble depends on group homogeneity, as well as on the pattern of visual couplings (who looked at whom). Despite the complexity of social interactions, we show that networks of coupled heterogeneous oscillators with different structures capture well the group dynamics. Our findings are relevant to any activity requiring the coordination of several people, as in music, sport or at work, and can be extended to account for other perceptual forms of interaction such as sound or feel.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    refid = {Alderisio2017},
    timestamp = {2017.07.31},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-06559-4},
    }                     

  • L. E. H. Van Dokkum, D. Mottet, I. Laffont, A. Bonafé, M. N. de Champfleur, J. Froger, and E. Le Bars, (2017) Kinematics in the brain: unmasking motor control strategies?, Experimental brain research.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00221-017-4982-8 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{VanDokkum2017,
    author = {Van Dokkum, Liesjet E. H. and Mottet, D. and Laffont, I. and Bonaf{\'e}, A. and de Champfleur, N. Menjot and Froger, J. and Le Bars, E.},
    title = {Kinematics in the brain: unmasking motor control strategies?},
    journal = {Experimental Brain Research},
    year = {2017},
    month = {Jun},
    issn = {1432-1106},
    abstract = {In rhythmical movement performance, our brain has to sustain movement while correcting for biological noise-induced variability. Here, we explored the functional anatomy of brain networks during voluntary rhythmical elbow flexion/extension using kinematic movement regressors in fMRI analysis to verify the interest of method to address motor control in a neurological population. We found the expected systematic activation of the primary sensorimotor network that is suggested to generate the rhythmical movement. By adding the kinematic regressors to the model, we demonstrated the potential involvement of cerebellar--frontal circuits as a function of the irregularity of the variability of the movement and the primary sensory cortex in relation to the trajectory length during task execution. We suggested that different functional brain networks were related to two different aspects of rhythmical performance: rhythmicity and error control. Concerning the latter, the partitioning between more automatic control involving cerebellar--frontal circuits versus less automatic control involving the sensory cortex seemed thereby crucial for optimal performance. Our results highlight the potential of using co-registered fine-grained kinematics and fMRI measures to interpret functional MRI activations and to potentially unmask the organisation of neural correlates during motor control.},
    day = {02},
    doi = {10.1007/s00221-017-4982-8},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-017-4982-8},
    }                     

  • D. Mottet, L. E. H. van Dokkum, J. Froger, A. Gouaïch, and I. Laffont, (2017) Trajectory formation principles are the same after mild or moderate stroke, Plos one, vol. 12, iss. 3,pp. 1-17.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0173674 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{10.1371/journal.pone.0173674,
    author = {Mottet, Denis AND van Dokkum, Liesjet Elisabeth Henriette AND Froger, Jérôme AND Gouaïch, Abdelkader AND Laffont, Isabelle},
    title = {Trajectory formation principles are the same after mild or moderate stroke},
    journal = {PLOS ONE},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {12},
    number = {3},
    pages = {1-17},
    month = {03},
    abstract = {When we make rapid reaching movements, we have to trade speed for accuracy. To do so, the trajectory of our hand is the result of an optimal balance between feed-forward and feed-back control in the face of signal-dependant noise in the sensorimotor system. How far do these principles of trajectory formation still apply after a stroke, for persons with mild to moderate sensorimotor deficits who recovered some reaching ability? Here, we examine the accuracy of fast hand reaching movements with a focus on the information capacity of the sensorimotor system and its relation to trajectory formation in young adults, in persons who had a stroke and in age-matched control participants. We find that persons with stroke follow the same trajectory formation principles, albeit parameterized differently in the face of higher sensorimotor uncertainty. Higher directional errors after a stroke result in less feed-forward control, hence more feed-back loops responsible for segmented movements. As a consequence, movements are globally slower to reach the imposed accuracy, and the information throughput of the sensorimotor system is lower after a stroke. The fact that the most abstract principles of motor control remain after a stroke suggests that clinicians can capitalize on existing theories of motor control and learning to derive principled rehabilitation strategies.},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0173674},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Public Library of Science},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0173674},
    }                     

  • K. K. A. Bakhti, D. Mottet, N. Schweighofer, J. Froger, and I. Laffont, (2017) Proximal arm non-use when reaching after a stroke, Neuroscience letters, vol. 657,pp. 91-96.

    [ Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2017.07.055 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{BAKHTI201791,
    author = {K.K.A. Bakhti and D. Mottet and N. Schweighofer and J. Froger and I. Laffont},
    title = {Proximal arm non-use when reaching after a stroke},
    journal = {Neuroscience Letters},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {657},
    pages = {91 - 96},
    issn = {0304-3940},
    abstract = {After a stroke, many people “cannot and do not” use their paretic upper limb. With recovery, some people “can but do not” use their paretic upper limb and this non-use should be counteracted with specific rehabilitation. The aim of the study was to quantify one aspect of the non-use: proximal arm non-use when reaching within one’s arm length in 45 post-stroke and 45 age matched controls. Arm use refers to the contribution of the shoulder and elbow motion to the hand movement towards the target. Proximal arm non-use is calculated as the ratio of the difference between spontaneous arm use and maximal arm use. We found that proximal arm non-use has very good test-retest reliability, does not depend on time since stroke, increases with impairment (Fugl-Meyer) and loss of function (Box & Block), and most importantly, that 61% of patients with lower impairment (Fugl-Meyer >28/42) exhibit proximal arm non-use. We conclude that quantifying proximal arm non-use in post-stroke individuals provides novel information that complements routine clinical measures. It is likely that proximal arm non-use quantifies one aspect of the motor reserve that therapists can target in patient specific rehabilitation programs.},
    doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2017.07.055},
    keywords = {Kinematic analysis, Non-use, Reaching, Stroke, Upper-limb},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394017306274},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, P. Besson, J. Rothwell, and S. Perrey, (2017) Focal Hemodynamic Responses in the Stimulated Hemisphere During High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, Neuromodulation.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28714545,
    author = {Muthalib, M. and Besson, P. and Rothwell, J. and Perrey, S.},
    title = {{{F}ocal {H}emodynamic {R}esponses in the {S}timulated {H}emisphere {D}uring {H}igh-{D}efinition {T}ranscranial {D}irect {C}urrent {S}timulation}},
    journal = {Neuromodulation},
    year = {2017},
    month = {Jul},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • J. Issartel, M. Gueugnon, and L. Marin, (2017) Understanding the Impact of Expertise in Joint and Solo-Improvisation, Front psychol, vol. 8,p. 1078.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28713301,
    author = {Issartel, J. and Gueugnon, M. and Marin, L.},
    title = {{{U}nderstanding the {I}mpact of {E}xpertise in {J}oint and {S}olo-{I}mprovisation}},
    journal = {Front Psychol},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {1078},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • V. Dunet, J. Deverdun, C. Charroud, E. Le Bars, F. Molino, S. Menjot de Champfleur, F. Maury, M. Charif, X. Ayrignac, P. Labauge, G. Castelnovo, F. Pinna, A. Bonafe, C. Geny, and N. Menjot de Champfleur, (2017) Mri volumetric morphometry in vascular parkinsonism, Journal of neurology, vol. 264, iss. 7,p. 1511–1519.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s00415-017-8561-5 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dunet2017,
    author = {Dunet, Vincent and Deverdun, Jeremy and Charroud, Celine and Le Bars, Emmanuelle and Molino, Francois and Menjot de Champfleur, Sophie and Maury, Florence and Charif, Mahmoud and Ayrignac, Xavier and Labauge, Pierre and Castelnovo, Giovanni and Pinna, Frederic and Bonafe, Alain and Geny, Christian and Menjot de Champfleur, Nicolas},
    title = {MRI volumetric morphometry in vascular parkinsonism},
    journal = {Journal of Neurology},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {264},
    number = {7},
    pages = {1511--1519},
    month = {Jul},
    issn = {1432-1459},
    abstract = {Vascular parkinsonism is a difficult clinical differential diagnosis in elderly subjects. We aimed at identifying morphometric markers in the brain of elderly patients with vascular parkinsonism (VP) compared with age-matched patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) and healthy controls. In this multicenter prospective study, 46 patients (80 {\textpm} 5 years old; male 32) with parkinsonism (32 PD and 14 VP) and 29 controls (mean age 78 {\textpm} 3 years; male 21) underwent brain MRI on a 3-T scanner including T1 MPRAGE and FLAIR sequences. Volumetric morphometry was obtained using Morphobox software and compared between patients and controls. Receiver operating characteristics curve analysis with computation of area under the curve (AUC) was used to compare diagnostic values. Caudate nucleus and white matter hyperintense lesions (WMHL) volumes appeared significantly higher in patients with VP. Normalized caudate volume of at least 0.67{\%} and normalized WMHL of at least 1.11{\%} identified patients with VP from patients with PD and controls with similar performances (p > 0.25). Caudate nucleus and WMHL volumes were positively correlated ($\rho$ = 0.74, p < 0.0001), suggesting vascular disease related remodelling in elderly subjects. Caudate nucleus and WMHL MRI volumes might be used as additional markers to help identify patients with VP in the initial workup of elderly subjects with parkinsonian symptoms.},
    day = {01},
    doi = {10.1007/s00415-017-8561-5},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s00415-017-8561-5},
    }                     

  • J. Modolo, A. W. Thomas, and A. Legros, (2017) Human exposure to power frequency magnetic fields up to 7.6 mT: An integrated EEG/fMRI study, Bioelectromagnetics, vol. 38, iss. 6,p. 425–435.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28628224,
    author = {Modolo, J. and Thomas, A. W. and Legros, A.},
    title = {{{H}uman exposure to power frequency magnetic fields up to 7.6 m{T}: {A}n integrated {E}{E}{G}/f{M}{R}{I} study}},
    journal = {Bioelectromagnetics},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {38},
    number = {6},
    pages = {425--435},
    month = {Sep},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • V. Begel, I. Di Loreto, A. Seilles, and S. Dalla Bella, (2017) Music Games: Potential Application and Considerations for Rhythmic Training, Front hum neurosci, vol. 11,p. 273.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28611610,
    author = {Begel, V. and Di Loreto, I. and Seilles, A. and Dalla Bella, S.},
    title = {{{M}usic {G}ames: {P}otential {A}pplication and {C}onsiderations for {R}hythmic {T}raining}},
    journal = {Front Hum Neurosci},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {11},
    pages = {273},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • Z. M. H. Almurad, C. Roume, and D. Delignieres, (2017) Complexity matching in side-by-side walking, Hum mov sci, vol. 54,p. 125–136.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28460275,
    author = {Almurad, Z. M. H. and Roume, C. and Delignieres, D.},
    title = {{{C}omplexity matching in side-by-side walking}},
    journal = {Hum Mov Sci},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {54},
    pages = {125--136},
    month = {Aug},
    file = {:publication/1-s2.0-S0167945717301288-main.pdf:PDF},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • S. Falk, C. Volpi-Moncorger, and S. Dalla Bella, (2017) Auditory-Motor Rhythms and Speech Processing in French and German Listeners, Front psychol, vol. 8,p. 395.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28443036,
    author = {Falk, S. and Volpi-Moncorger, C. and Dalla Bella, S.},
    title = {{{A}uditory-{M}otor {R}hythms and {S}peech {P}rocessing in {F}rench and {G}erman {L}isteners}},
    journal = {Front Psychol},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {395},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • M. D. S. P. R. G. A. D. Jérôme Froger Claire Jourdan, (2017) De la rééducation à la réadaptation, préparer le retour à domicile, La revue de l'infirmière, vol. 5167, iss. 229,pp. 1-54.

    [ Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.revinf.2016.12.026 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28284403,
    author = {Jérôme Froger, Claire Jourdan, Marie-Christine Dabek, Sophie Petitqueux, Raphaël Gardes, Arnaud Dupeyron},
    journal = {La revue de l'infirmière},
    title = {De la rééducation à la réadaptation, préparer le retour à domicile},
    year = {2017},
    issn = {1293-8505},
    number = {229},
    pages = {1-54},
    volume = {5167},
    abstract = {Résumé
    Après un traumatisme crânien grave, le retour à domicile constitue un moment clé dans le processus de réinsertion du patient. Il se prépare en équipe pluridisciplinaire tout au long du processus de rééducation et réadaptation, en fonction du pronostic de récupération du patient.
    Summary
    After a serious head trauma, the return home constitutes a key moment in the patient's reintegration. It is prepared by a multi-disciplinary team throughout the rehabilitation and re-adaptation process, taking into account the patient's prognosis for recovery.},
    doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.revinf.2016.12.026},
    keywords = {récupération, réinsertion, retour à domicile, séquelle, traumatisme crânien, head trauma, recovery, reintegration, return home, sequela},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1293-8505(16)30337-2},
    }                     

  • C. Roy, J. Lagarde, D. Dotov, and S. Dalla Bella, (2017) Walking to a multisensory beat, Brain cogn, vol. 113,p. 172–183.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28257971,
    author = {Roy, C. and Lagarde, J. and Dotov, D. and Dalla Bella, S.},
    title = {{{W}alking to a multisensory beat}},
    journal = {Brain Cogn},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {113},
    pages = {172--183},
    month = {Apr},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • O. Girard, G. P. Millet, and J. P. Micallef, (2017) Mechanical Alterations during 800-m Self-Paced Track Running, Int j sports med, vol. 38, iss. 4,p. 314–321.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28249345,
    author = {Girard, O. and Millet, G. P. and Micallef, J. P.},
    title = {{{M}echanical {A}lterations during 800-m {S}elf-{P}aced {T}rack {R}unning}},
    journal = {Int J Sports Med},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {38},
    number = {4},
    pages = {314--321},
    month = {Apr},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • G. Zelic, D. Varoqui, J. Kim, and C. Davis, (2017) A flexible and accurate method to estimate the mode and stability of spontaneous coordinated behaviors: The index-of-stability (IS) analysis, Behav res methods.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28236217,
    author = {Zelic, G. and Varoqui, D. and Kim, J. and Davis, C.},
    title = {{{A} flexible and accurate method to estimate the mode and stability of spontaneous coordinated behaviors: {T}he index-of-stability ({I}{S}) analysis}},
    journal = {Behav Res Methods},
    year = {2017},
    month = {Feb},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • G. D. Tempest, K. Davranche, J. Brisswalter, S. Perrey, and R. Radel, (2017) The differential effects of prolonged exercise upon executive function and cerebral oxygenation, Brain cogn, vol. 113,p. 133–141.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28235695,
    author = {Tempest, G. D. and Davranche, K. and Brisswalter, J. and Perrey, S. and Radel, R.},
    title = {{{T}he differential effects of prolonged exercise upon executive function and cerebral oxygenation}},
    journal = {Brain Cogn},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {113},
    pages = {133--141},
    month = {Apr},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • S. D. Bella, C. E. Benoit, N. Farrugia, P. E. Keller, H. Obrig, S. Mainka, and S. A. Kotz, (2017) Gait improvement via rhythmic stimulation in Parkinson's disease is linked to rhythmic skills, Sci rep, vol. 7,p. 42005.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid28233776,
    author = {Bella, S. D. and Benoit, C. E. and Farrugia, N. and Keller, P. E. and Obrig, H. and Mainka, S. and Kotz, S. A.},
    title = {{{G}ait improvement via rhythmic stimulation in {P}arkinson's disease is linked to rhythmic skills}},
    journal = {Sci Rep},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    pages = {42005},
    month = {Feb},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • R. Radel, J. Brisswalter, and S. Perrey, (2017) Saving mental effort to maintain physical effort: a shift of activity within the prefrontal cortex in anticipation of prolonged exercise, Cogn affect behav neurosci, vol. 17, iss. 2,p. 305–314.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid27858329,
    author = {Radel, R. and Brisswalter, J. and Perrey, S.},
    title = {{{S}aving mental effort to maintain physical effort: a shift of activity within the prefrontal cortex in anticipation of prolonged exercise}},
    journal = {Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {17},
    number = {2},
    pages = {305--314},
    month = {Apr},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • Z. Gan-Or, J. Y. Montplaisir, J. P. Ross, J. Poirier, S. C. Warby, I. Arnulf, S. Strong, Y. Dauvilliers, C. S. Leblond, M. T. Hu, B. Hogl, A. Stefani, C. C. Monaca, V. C. De Cock, M. Boivin, L. Ferini-Strambi, G. Plazzi, E. Antelmi, P. Young, A. Heidbreder, T. R. Barber, S. G. Evetts, M. Rolinski, P. A. Dion, A. Desautels, J. F. Gagnon, N. Dupre, R. B. Postuma, and G. A. Rouleau, (2017) The dementia-associated APOE ε4 allele is not associated with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, Neurobiol. aging, vol. 49,p. 13–218.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{pmid27814994,
    author = {Gan-Or, Z. and Montplaisir, J. Y. and Ross, J. P. and Poirier, J. and Warby, S. C. and Arnulf, I. and Strong, S. and Dauvilliers, Y. and Leblond, C. S. and Hu, M. T. and Hogl, B. and Stefani, A. and Monaca, C. C. and De Cock, V. C. and Boivin, M. and Ferini-Strambi, L. and Plazzi, G. and Antelmi, E. and Young, P. and Heidbreder, A. and Barber, T. R. and Evetts, S. G. and Rolinski, M. and Dion, P. A. and Desautels, A. and Gagnon, J. F. and Dupre, N. and Postuma, R. B. and Rouleau, G. A.},
    title = {{{T}he dementia-associated {A}{P}{O}{E} ε4 allele is not associated with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder}},
    journal = {Neurobiol. Aging},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {49},
    pages = {13--218},
    month = {Jan},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.08.07},
    }                     

  • A. Terracciano, Y. Stephan, M. Luchetti, and A. R. Sutin, (2018) Cognitive impairment, dementia, and personality stability among older adults, Assessment, vol. 25, iss. 3,pp. 336-347.

    [ Doi 10.1177/1073191117691844 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Terracciano0,
    author = {Antonio Terracciano and Yannick Stephan and Martina Luchetti and Angelina R. Sutin},
    journal = {Assessment},
    title = {Cognitive Impairment, Dementia, and Personality Stability Among Older Adults},
    year = {2018},
    number = {3},
    pages = {336-347},
    volume = {25},
    abstract = {There is contrasting evidence on personality stability in advanced age, and limited knowledge on the impact of cognitive impairment and dementia on trait stability. Group- and individual-level longitudinal analyses of the five major dimensions of personality assessed twice over 4 years (N = 9,935) suggest that rank-order stability was progressively lower with advancing age (from rtt = 0.68 for age 50 to 60 years to rtt = 0.58 for age >80 years). Stability was low in the dementia group (rtt = 0.43), and this was not simply due to lower reliability given that internal consistency remained adequate in the dementia group. Among individuals with no cognitive impairment or dementia, there was no association between stability and age (rtt = 0.70 even for age >80 years). These results suggest that the lower personality stability in older adults is not due to age but cognitive impairment and dementia.},
    doi = {10.1177/1073191117691844},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191117691844},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.11.01},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191117691844},
    }                     

  • A. Terracciano, Y. Stephan, M. Luchetti, E. Albanese, and A. R. Sutin, (2017) Personality traits and risk of cognitive impairment and dementia, Journal of psychiatric research, vol. 89,pp. 22-27.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2017.01.011 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Terracciano2017,
    author = {Antonio Terracciano and Yannick Stephan and Martina Luchetti and Emiliano Albanese and Angelina R. Sutin},
    title = {Personality traits and risk of cognitive impairment and dementia},
    journal = {Journal of Psychiatric Research},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {89},
    pages = {22 - 27},
    issn = {0022-3956},
    abstract = {We investigated the association between five factor model personality traits (neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness) and risk of dementia, cognitive impairment not dementia (CIND), and conversion from CIND to dementia in a large national cohort. Participants from the Health and Retirement Study (N > 10,000) completed a personality scale in 2006–2008 and their cognitive status was tracked for up to 8 years using the modified Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status (TICSm). Adjusting for age, sex, education, race, and ethnicity, lower conscientiousness and agreeableness and higher neuroticism were independently associated with increased risk of dementia. These associations remained significant after adjusting for other risk factors for dementia, including income, wealth, smoking, physical inactivity, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and blood biomarkers. These associations were not modified by age, sex, race, ethnicity, and education, suggesting that the associations of personality with risk of dementia were similar across demographic groups. Neuroticism and conscientiousness were also associated with risk of CIND. Low conscientiousness predicted conversion from CIND to dementia. Using brief assessments of personality and cognition, we found robust evidence that personality is associated with risk of cognitive impairment and dementia in a large national sample.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2017.01.011},
    keywords = {Personality, Dementia, Cognitive impairment, Prospective study},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022395616306355},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, M. Luchetti, Y. Stephan, R. W. Robins, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Parental educational attainment and adult offspring personality: an intergenerational life span approach to the origin of adult personality traits., Journal of personality and social psychology, vol. 113,pp. 144-166.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sutin2017,
    author = {Sutin, Angelina R. and Luchetti, Martina and Stephan, Yannick and Robins, Richard W. and Terracciano, Antonio},
    title = {Parental educational attainment and adult offspring personality: An intergenerational life span approach to the origin of adult personality traits.},
    journal = {Journal of personality and social psychology},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {113},
    pages = {144-166},
    month = {Jul},
    abstract = {Why do some individuals have more self-control or are more vulnerable to stress than others? Where do these basic personality traits come from? Although a fundamental question in personality, more is known about how traits are related to important life outcomes than their developmental origins. The present research took an intergenerational life span approach to address whether a significant aspect of the childhood environment-parental educational attainment-was associated with offspring personality traits in adulthood. We tested the association between parents' educational levels and adult offspring personality traits in 7 samples (overall age range 14-95) and meta-analytically combined the results (total N > 60,000). Parents with more years of education had children who were more open, extraverted, and emotionally stable as adults. These associations were small but consistent, of similar modest magnitude to the association between life events and change in personality in adulthood, and were also supported by longitudinal analyses. Contrary to expectations, parental educational attainment was unrelated to offspring Conscientiousness, except for a surprisingly negative association in the younger cohorts. The results were similar in a subsample of participants who were adopted, which suggested that environmental mechanisms were as relevant as shared genetic variants. Participant levels of education were associated with greater conscientiousness, emotional stability, extraversion, and openness and partially mediated the relation between parent education and personality. Child IQ and family income were also partial mediators. The results of this research suggest that parental educational attainment is 1 intergenerational factor associated with offspring personality development in adulthood. (PsycINFO Database Record},
    address = {United States},
    article-doi = {10.1037/pspp0000137},
    article-pii = {2017-11240-001},
    electronic-issn = {1939-1315},
    electronic-publication = {20170313},
    grantno = {P01 AG020166/AG/NIA NIH HHS/United States},
    history = {2017/03/14 06:00 [entrez]},
    issue = {1},
    language = {eng},
    linking-issn = {0022-3514},
    location-id = {10.1037/pspp0000137 [doi]},
    manuscript-id = {NIHMS852093},
    nlm-unique-id = {0014171},
    owner = {NLM},
    publication-status = {ppublish},
    revised = {20180701},
    source = {J Pers Soc Psychol. 2017 Jul;113(1):144-166. doi: 10.1037/pspp0000137. Epub 2017 Mar 13.},
    status = {In-Process},
    title-abbreviation = {J Pers Soc Psychol},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. Sutin, B. Grégoire, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Sensory functioning and personality development among older adults, Psychology and aging, vol. 32.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2017,
    author = {Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina and Grégoire, Bosselut and Terracciano, Antonio},
    title = {Sensory Functioning and Personality Development among Older Adults},
    journal = {Psychology and Aging},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {32},
    month = {03},
    booktitle = {Psychology and Aging},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.11.01},
    }                     

  • S. Raffard, C. Bortolon, Y. Stephan, D. Capdevielle, and M. V. der Linden, (2017) Personality traits are associated with the valence of future imagined events in individuals with schizophrenia, Psychiatry research, vol. 253,pp. 138-141.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2017.03.028 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{2017,
    author = {Stéphane Raffard and Catherine Bortolon and Yannick Stephan and Delphine Capdevielle and Martial Van der Linden},
    title = {Personality traits are associated with the valence of future imagined events in individuals with schizophrenia},
    journal = {Psychiatry Research},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {253},
    pages = {138 - 141},
    issn = {0165-1781},
    abstract = {The relationships between the valence (positive or negative) of future imagined events and personality dimensions were examined in patients with schizophrenia. Correlational analyses showed that Extraversion was positively associated with the simulation of more positive future events whereas a statistical trend between Neuroticism and negative emotional valence was found. As in nonclinical individuals, personality is related to characteristics of mental time travel in schizophrenia patients.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2017.03.028},
    keywords = {Schizophrenia – mental time travel – personality},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165178116321734},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, S. Bayard, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Subjective age and sleep in middle-aged and older adults., Psychology & health, vol. 32,pp. 1140-1151.

    [ Doi 10.1080/08870446.2017.1324971 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2017a,
    author = {Yannick Stephan and Angelina R. Sutin and Bayard, Sophie and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Subjective age and sleep in middle-aged and older adults.},
    journal = {Psychology \& Health},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {32},
    pages = {1140-1151},
    issn = {1476-8321},
    abstract = {

    OBJECTIVE: Chronological age is commonly used to explain change in sleep. The present study examines whether subjective age is associated with change in sleep difficulties across middle adulthood and old age.

    DESIGN: Participants were drawn from the second (2004-2005) and third (2013-2014) waves of the Midlife in the United States Survey (MIDUS, N~=~2350; Mean Age: 55.54~years), the 2008 and 2014 waves of the Health and Retirement Study (HRS, N~=~4066; Mean Age: 67.59~years) and the first (2011) and fourth (2014) waves of the National Health and Aging Trends Survey (NHATS, N~=~3541; Mean Age: 76.46). In each sample, subjective age, sleep difficulties, depressive symptoms, anxiety and chronic conditions were assessed at baseline. Sleep difficulties was assessed again at follow-up.

    MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Sleep difficulties.

    RESULTS: An older subjective age at baseline was related to an increase in sleep difficulties over time in the three samples, and was mediated, in part, through more depressive symptoms, anxiety and chronic conditions. Feeling older was associated with an increased likelihood of major sleeping difficulties at follow-up in the three samples.

    CONCLUSION: Subjective age is a salient marker of individuals{\textquoteright} at risk for poor sleep quality, beyond chronological age.

    }, doi = {10.1080/08870446.2017.1324971}, keywords = {Anxiety, Depressive symptoms, Sleep}, owner = {pierre.jean}, timestamp = {2017.11.01}, }

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, B. Canada, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Personality and frailty: evidence from four samples, Journal of research in personality, vol. 66,pp. 46-53.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrp.2016.12.006 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{STEPHAN201746,
    author = {Yannick Stephan and Angelina R. Sutin and Brice Canada and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Personality and frailty: Evidence from four samples},
    journal = {Journal of Research in Personality},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {66},
    pages = {46 - 53},
    issn = {0092-6566},
    abstract = {Frailty is a prevalent geriatric syndrome. Little is known about the psychological factors associated with this syndrome. Based on four large samples of older adults aged from 65 to 104years old, the present study examined whether personality traits are related to frailty. High neuroticism, low conscientiousness, low extraversion, low openness and low agreeableness were related to higher frailty across samples. Longitudinal analysis conducted in one sample revealed that high neuroticism was associated with worsening frailty over an 8-year period. Higher frailty at baseline and over time was related to maladaptive personality changes. This study extends existing knowledge on the link between personality and health in older adults, by identifying the personality traits associated with frailty, a complex geriatric syndrome.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrp.2016.12.006},
    keywords = {Frailty, Personality, Aging},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092656616302914},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, M. Luchetti, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Self-reported personality traits are prospectively associated with proxy-reported behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia at the end of life, International journal of geriatric psychiatry, vol. 33, iss. 3,pp. 489-494.

    [ Doi 10.1002/gps.4782 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{GPS:GPS4782,
    author = {Sutin, Angelina R. and Stephan, Yannick and Luchetti, Martina and Terracciano, Antonio},
    title = {Self-reported personality traits are prospectively associated with proxy-reported behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia at the end of life},
    journal = {International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {33},
    number = {3},
    pages = {489-494},
    issn = {1099-1166},
    note = {GPS-17-0264.R1},
    abstract = {Objective Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) are among the most challenging aspects of Alzheimer disease for patients and their families. Previous studies have found associations between informant‐reported retrospective personality and BPSD; we test whether prospective, self‐reported personality predicts who will experience these symptoms. Methods Deceased participants from the Health and Retirement Study who had evidence of cognitive impairment at the end of life (N = 1988) were selected to examine whether self‐reported five‐factor model personality traits, measured up to 8 years before death, were associated with proxy‐reported BPSD. Results Neuroticism was associated with increased risk of the 7 BPSD: got lost in familiar places, wandered off, were not able to be left alone, experienced hallucinations, suffered from depression, had periodic confusion, and an uncontrolled temper. These associations were not moderated by age, gender, race, or education. Conscientiousness was associated with fewer symptoms overall and especially with lower risk of getting lost in familiar places and not being able to be left alone. Conclusions The present research indicates that self‐reported personality, particularly Neuroticism, is associated prospectively with risk for a wide range of behavioral symptoms for individuals who had cognitive impairment at the end of life. The use of self‐reported personality traits can help aid in identifying who is most at risk for behavioral symptoms. Such information may be useful for nonpharmacological interventions tailored to the individual's personality to reduce the prevalence and burden of these BPSD.},
    doi = {10.1002/gps.4782},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/gps.4782},
    keywords = {behavioral symptoms, neuropsychiatric symptoms, neuroticism, personality traits},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/gps.4782},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Facets of conscientiousness and risk of dementia., Psychological medicine,pp. 947-982.

    [ Doi 10.1017/S0033291717002306 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{SutinForthcominga,
    author = {Angelina R. Sutin and Stephan, Y. and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Facets of conscientiousness and risk of dementia.},
    journal = {Psychological Medicine},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {947-982},
    issn = {1469-8978},
    abstract = {

    BACKGROUND: Multiple studies have found Conscientiousness to be protective against dementia. The purpose of this study is to identify which specific aspects, or facets, of Conscientiousness are most protective against cognitive impairment and whether these associations are moderated by demographic factors and/or genetic risk.

    METHODS: Health and Retirement Study participants were selected for analysis if they completed the facets of Conscientiousness measure, scored in the range of normal cognitive functioning at the baseline personality assessment, and had at least one follow-up assessment of cognition over the up to 6-year follow-up (N = 11 181). Cox regression was used to test for risk of incident dementia and risk of incident cognitive impairment not dementia (CIND).

    RESULTS: Over the follow-up, 278 participants developed dementia and 2186 participants developed CIND. The facet of responsibility had the strongest and most consistent association with dementia risk: every standard deviation increase in this facet was associated with a nearly 35\% decreased risk of dementia; self-control and industriousness were also protective. Associations were generally similar when controlling for clinical, behavioral, and genetic risk factors. These three facets were also independent predictors of decreased risk of CIND.

    CONCLUSIONS: The present research indicates that individuals who see themselves as responsible, able to control their behavior, and hard workers are less likely to develop CIND or dementia and that these associations persist after accounting for some common clinical, behavioral, and genetic risk factors.

    }, doi = {10.1017/S0033291717002306}, keywords = {Cognition, Conscientiousness, Dementia, Risk Factors}, owner = {pierre.jean}, timestamp = {2017.11.01}, }

  • T. T. Lineweaver, J. Kugler, A. Rabellino, and Y. Stephan, (2018) Beliefs about age-related changes in physical functioning across the adult life span and their relationship with physical activity levels of older adults, Aging, neuropsychology, and cognition, vol. 25, iss. 4,pp. 613-631.

    [ Doi 10.1080/13825585.2017.1356903 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Lineweaver2017,
    author = {Tara T Lineweaver and Jennifer Kugler and Alessandra Rabellino and Yannick Stephan},
    journal = {Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition},
    title = {Beliefs about age-related changes in physical functioning across the adult life span and their relationship with physical activity levels of older adults},
    year = {2018},
    note = {PMID: 28753072},
    number = {4},
    pages = {613-631},
    volume = {25},
    abstract = {Physical activity declines across the adult life span despite the well-established links between physical activity and health-related, psychological, cognitive, and social benefits. We contrasted the beliefs young and older adults hold about how aging affects both physical abilities and physical activity and determined whether older adults’ beliefs about physical aging relate to their engagement in physical activity. Using visual rating scales, 56 young and 49 community-dwelling older adults indicated the extent to which a typical woman or typical man aged 20–90 possesses six different physical abilities and engages in three different types of physical activity. Stereotypes of physical aging were ability- and activity-specific, and older adults endorsed more positive views than their younger peers. Stereotypical beliefs predicted older adults’ engagement in moderate-intensity activity. This study offers intriguing avenues for future research and suggests that better understanding physical aging stereotypes may contribute toward designing interventions that promote lifelong physical activity.},
    doi = {10.1080/13825585.2017.1356903},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1080/13825585.2017.1356903},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Routledge},
    timestamp = {2017.11.01},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13825585.2017.1356903},
    }                     

  • F. Puyjarinet, V. Bégel, R. Lopez, D. Dellacherie, and S. Dalla Bella, (2017) Children and adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder cannot move to the beat, Scientific reports, vol. 7, iss. 1,p. 11550.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Puyjarinet2017,
    author = {Puyjarinet, Frédéric and Bégel, Valentin and Lopez, Régis and Dellacherie, Delphine and Dalla Bella, Simone},
    title = {Children and adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder cannot move to the beat},
    journal = {Scientific Reports},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    number = {1},
    pages = {11550},
    month = sep,
    issn = {2045-2322},
    abstract = {Children and adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) fail in simple tasks like telling whether two sounds have different durations, or in reproducing single durations. The deficit is linked to poor reading, attention, and language skills. Here we demonstrate that these timing distortions emerge also when tracking the beat of rhythmic sounds in perceptual and sensorimotor tasks. This contrasts with the common observation that durations are better perceived and produced when embedded in rhythmic stimuli. Children and adults with ADHD struggled when moving to the beat of rhythmic sounds, and when detecting deviations from the beat. Our findings point to failure in generating an internal beat in ADHD while listening to rhythmic sounds, a function typically associated with the basal ganglia. Rhythm-based interventions aimed at reinstating or compensating this malfunctioning circuitry may be particularly valuable in ADHD, as already shown for other neurodevelopmental disorders, such as dyslexia and Specific Language Impairment.},
    refid = {Puyjarinet2017},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-11295-w},
    }                     

  • G. Vergotte, K. Torre, V. C. Chirumamilla, A. R. Anwar, S. Groppa, S. Perrey, and M. Muthuraman, (2017) Dynamics of the human brain network revealed by time-frequency effective connectivity in fnirs, Biomed. opt. express, vol. 8, iss. 11,p. 5326–5341.

    [ Doi 10.1364/BOE.8.005326 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Vergotte2017,
    author = {Gr\'{e}goire Vergotte and Kjerstin Torre and Venkata Chaitanya Chirumamilla and Abdul Rauf Anwar and Sergiu Groppa and St\'{e}phane Perrey and Muthuraman Muthuraman},
    title = {Dynamics of the human brain network revealed by time-frequency effective connectivity in fNIRS},
    journal = {Biomed. Opt. Express},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {8},
    number = {11},
    pages = {5326--5341},
    month = {Nov},
    abstract = {Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a promising neuroimaging method for investigating networks of cortical regions over time. We propose a directed effective connectivity method (TPDC) allowing the capture of both time and frequency evolution of the brain\&\#x2019;s networks using fNIRS data acquired from healthy subjects performing a continuous finger-tapping task. Using this method we show the directed connectivity patterns among cortical motor regions involved in the task and their significant variations in the strength of information flow exchanges. Intra and inter-hemispheric connections during the motor task with their temporal evolution are also provided. Characterisation of the fluctuations in brain connectivity opens up a new way to assess the organisation of the brain to adapt to changing task constraints, or under pathological conditions.},
    doi = {10.1364/BOE.8.005326},
    keywords = {Infrared imaging; Pattern, nonlinear correlators},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {OSA},
    timestamp = {2017.11.05},
    url = {http://www.osapublishing.org/boe/abstract.cfm?URI=boe-8-11-5326},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey, (2017) Brain activation associated with eccentric movement: a narrative review of the literature, European journal of sport science,pp. 1-8.

    [ Doi 10.1080/17461391.2017.1391334 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2017a,
    author = {Stéphane Perrey},
    journal = {European Journal of Sport Science},
    title = {Brain activation associated with eccentric movement: A narrative review of the literature},
    year = {2017},
    note = {PMID: 29081259},
    number = {0},
    pages = {1-8},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {AbstractThe movement occurring when a muscle exerts tension while lengthening is known as eccentric muscle action. Literature contains limited evidence on how our brain controls eccentric movement. However, how the cortical regions in the motor network are activated during eccentric muscle actions may be critical for understanding the underlying control mechanism of eccentric movements encountered in daily tasks. This is a novel topic that has only recently begun to be investigated through advancements in neuroimaging methods (electroencephalography, EEG; functional magnetic resonance imaging, fMRI). This review summarizes a selection of seven studies indicating mainly: longer time and higher cortical signal amplitude (EEG) for eccentric movement preparation and execution, greater magnitude of cortical signals with wider activated brain area (EEG, fMRI), and weaker brain functional connectivity (fMRI) between primary motor cortex (M1) and other cortical areas involved in the motor network during eccentric muscle actions. Only some differences among studies due to the forms of movement with overload were observed in the contralateral (to the active hand) M1 activity during eccentric movement. Altogether, the findings indicate an important challenge to the brain for controlling the eccentric movement. However, our understanding remains limited regarding the acute effects of eccentric exercise on cortical regions and their cooperation as functional networks that support motor functions. Further analysis and standardized protocols will provide deeper insights into how different cortical regions of the underlying motor network interplay with each other in increasingly demanding muscle exertions in eccentric mode.},
    doi = {10.1080/17461391.2017.1391334},
    eprint = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17461391.2017.1391334},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Taylor \& Francis},
    timestamp = {2017.11.05},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17461391.2017.1391334},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, M. Ferrari, V. Quaresima, G. Kerr, and S. Perrey, (2017) Functional near-infrared spectroscopy to probe sensorimotor region activation during electrical stimulation-evoked movement, Clinical physiology and functional imaging,p. n/a–n/a.

    [ Doi 10.1111/cpf.12485 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Muthalib,
    author = {Muthalib, Makii and Ferrari, Marco and Quaresima, Valentina and Kerr, Graham and Perrey, Stephane},
    title = {Functional near-infrared spectroscopy to probe sensorimotor region activation during electrical stimulation-evoked movement},
    journal = {Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {n/a--n/a},
    issn = {1475-097X},
    abstract = {This study used non-invasive functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) neuroimaging to monitor bilateral sensorimotor region activation during unilateral voluntary (VOL) and neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES)-evoked movements. Methods. In eight healthy male volunteers, fNIRS was used to measure relative changes in oxyhaemoglobin (O2Hb) and deoxyhaemoglobin (HHb) concentrations from a cortical sensorimotor region of interest in the left (LH) and right (RH) hemispheres during NMES-evoked and VOL wrist extension movements of the right arm. Results. NMES-evoked movements induced significantly greater activation (increase in O2Hb and concomitant decrease in HHb) in the contralateral LH than in the ipsilateral RH (O2Hb: 0·44 ± 0·16 μM and 0·25 ± 0·22 μM, P = 0·017; HHb: −0·19 ± 0·10 μM and −0·12 ± 0·09 μM, P = 0·036, respectively) as did VOL movements (0·51 ± 0·24 μΜ and 0·34 ± 0·21 μM, P = 0·031; HHb: −0·18 ± 0·07 μΜ and −0·12 ± 0·04 μΜ, P = 0·05, respectively). There was no significant difference between conditions for O2Hb (P = 0·144) and HHb (P = 0·958). Conclusion. fNIRS neuroimaging enables quantification of bilateral sensorimotor regional activation profiles during voluntary and NMES-evoked wrist extension movements.},
    doi = {10.1111/cpf.12485},
    keywords = {functional near-infrared spectroscopy, movement, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, oxygenation, sensorimotor region},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.11.08},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cpf.12485},
    }                     

  • L. Cohen, M. Khoramshahi, R. N. Salesse, C. Bortolon, P. Słowiński, C. Zhai, K. Tsaneva-Atanasova, M. Di Bernardo, D. Capdevielle, L. Marin, R. C. Schmidt, B. G. Bardy, A. Billard, and S. Raffard, (2017) Influence of facial feedback during a cooperative human-robot task in schizophrenia, Scientific reports, vol. 7, iss. 1,p. 15023.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Cohen2017,
    author = {Cohen, Laura and Khoramshahi, Mahdi and Salesse, Robin N. and Bortolon, Catherine and Słowiński, Piotr and Zhai, Chao and Tsaneva-Atanasova, Krasimira and Di Bernardo, Mario and Capdevielle, Delphine and Marin, Ludovic and Schmidt, Richard C. and Bardy, Benoit G. and Billard, Aude and Raffard, Stéphane},
    title = {Influence of facial feedback during a cooperative human-robot task in schizophrenia},
    journal = {Scientific Reports},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    number = {1},
    pages = {15023},
    month = nov,
    issn = {2045-2322},
    abstract = {Rapid progress in the area of humanoid robots offers tremendous possibilities for investigating and improving social competences in people with social deficits, but remains yet unexplored in schizophrenia. In this study, we examined the influence of social feedbacks elicited by a humanoid robot on motor coordination during a human-robot interaction. Twenty-two schizophrenia patients and twenty-two matched healthy controls underwent a collaborative motor synchrony task with the iCub humanoid robot. Results revealed that positive social feedback had a facilitatory effect on motor coordination in the control participants compared to non-social positive feedback. This facilitatory effect was not present in schizophrenia patients, whose social-motor coordination was similarly impaired in social and non-social feedback conditions. Furthermore, patients’ cognitive flexibility impairment and antipsychotic dosing were negatively correlated with patients’ ability to synchronize hand movements with iCub. Overall, our findings reveal that patients have marked difficulties to exploit facial social cues elicited by a humanoid robot to modulate their motor coordination during human-robot interaction, partly accounted for by cognitive deficits and medication. This study opens new perspectives for comprehension of social deficits in this mental disorder.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    refid = {Cohen2017},
    timestamp = {2017.11.20},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-14773-3},
    }                     

  • S. Perrey and M. Ferrari, (2017) Muscle oximetry in sports science: a systematic review, Sports medicine.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s40279-017-0820-1 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Perrey2017b,
    author = {Perrey, Stephane and Ferrari, Marco},
    title = {Muscle Oximetry in Sports Science: A Systematic Review},
    journal = {Sports Medicine},
    year = {2017},
    month = {Nov},
    issn = {1179-2035},
    abstract = {Since the introduction (in 2006) of commercially available portable wireless muscle oximeters, the use of muscle near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) technology is gaining in popularity as an application to observe changes in muscle metabolism and muscle oxygenation during and after exercise or training interventions in both laboratory and applied sports settings.},
    day = {25},
    doi = {10.1007/s40279-017-0820-1},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    timestamp = {2017.11.27},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-017-0820-1},
    }                     

  • L. Boutevillain, A. Dupeyron, C. Rouch, E. Richard, and E. Coudeyre, (2017) Facilitators and barriers to physical activity in people with chronic low back pain: a qualitative study, Plos one, vol. 12, iss. 7,pp. 1-16.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0179826 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Boutevillain2017,
    author = {Boutevillain, Laura AND Dupeyron, Arnaud AND Rouch, Caroline AND Richard, Emilie AND Coudeyre, Emmanuel},
    title = {Facilitators and barriers to physical activity in people with chronic low back pain: A qualitative study},
    journal = {PLOS ONE},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {12},
    number = {7},
    pages = {1-16},
    month = {07},
    abstract = {Background For medical teams, one of the main objectives of rehabilitation for people with chronic low back pain is adherence to physical activity (PA). Objective The objective of this study was to identify PA barriers and facilitators in this population. Methods This qualitative study included 4 discussion groups and 16 semi-structured interviews conducted among people with non-specific chronic low back pain who were involved in a specific rehabilitation program or seen in primary care settings. Results Three main themes were identified: physical factors, psychological factors and socio-environmental factors. The main barrier to PA practice is pain. Psychological barriers were associated with the difficulty in integrating PA in the person’s daily life. Environmental barriers were dominated by lack of time. Facilitators identified associated the supervised nature of the physical activity (supervision by professionals) and group practice, which improved people’s adherence. Conclusion The results of this study will allow teams to target relevant educational objectives for these people and develop dedicated self-management programs.},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0179826},
    file = {:publication/2017-Facilitators-Barriers-Qualy-PlosOne.pdf:PDF},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Public Library of Science},
    timestamp = {2017.12.22},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0179826},
    }                     

  • A. Dupeyron, C. Lanhers, S. Bastide, S. Alonso, M. Toulotte, C. Jourdan, and E. Coudeyre, (2017) The back belief questionnaire is efficient to assess false beliefs and related fear in low back pain populations: a transcultural adaptation and validation study, Plos one, vol. 12, iss. 12,pp. 1-13.

    [ Doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0186753 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dupeyron2017,
    author = {Dupeyron, Arnaud AND Lanhers, Charlotte AND Bastide, Sophie AND Alonso, Sandrine AND Toulotte, Matthias AND Jourdan, Claire AND Coudeyre, Emmanuel},
    title = {The Back Belief Questionnaire is efficient to assess false beliefs and related fear in low back pain populations: A transcultural adaptation and validation study},
    journal = {PLOS ONE},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {12},
    number = {12},
    pages = {1-13},
    month = {12},
    abstract = {Background According to the fear avoidance model, beliefs and thoughts can modify the outcome of patient with low back pain. The Back Belief Questionnaire (BBQ)–a 14 items scale–assesses these consequences of low back pain. Objective To test the psychometric properties of the French version of the BBQ. Methods The BBQ was translated using the forward–backward translation process. Throughout three repeated evaluation time points (D1, D7 and D30), various aspects of validity were analysed: acceptability, quality of items, unidimentionality, internal consistency, temporal stability (between D1 and D7), responsiveness (between D7 and D30), and construct validity comparing it to other validated scales. Results One hundred and thirty-one patients were enrolled and 128 were analyzed. The acceptability and the quality of the items were excellent. The scale was unidimensional and reliable (internal consistency: Cronbach’s α = 0.8). The responsiveness was moderate but in line with other scores. The BBQ was, as expected, convergent with day-to-day activities and fear avoidance (FABQ and Tampa), disability (Quebec and Dallas scores), or anxiety and depression (HAD); and not correlated with pain. Best correlations were found with Tampa and FABQ. The temporal stability (test-retest reliability) was poor. However, similar changes were observed in near conceptual score (FABQ), which confirmed that clinical status may have not been stable and suggesting sensitivity to early changes for BBQ. Conclusions The BBQ showed good psychometric properties to assess false beliefs and related fear in French or English LBP populations and can be used either for evaluation in international trials or as a part of self-care training.},
    doi = {10.1371/journal.pone.0186753},
    file = {:publication/2017-Dupeyron-Plos-one-BBQ.pdf:PDF},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    publisher = {Public Library of Science},
    timestamp = {2017.12.22},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0186753},
    }                     

  • C. Nguyen, I. Boutron, C. Rein, G. Baron, K. Sanchez, C. Palazzo, A. Dupeyron, J. Tessier, E. Coudeyre, B. Eschalier, R. Forestier, C. Roques-Latrille, Y. Attal, M. Lefèvre-Colau, F. Rannou, and S. Poiraudeau, (2017) Intensive spa and exercise therapy program for returning to work for low back pain patients: a randomized controlled trial, Scientific reports, vol. 7, iss. 1,p. 17956.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Nguyen2017,
    author = {Nguyen, Christelle and Boutron, Isabelle and Rein, Christopher and Baron, Gabriel and Sanchez, Katherine and Palazzo, Clémence and Dupeyron, Arnaud and Tessier, Jean-Max and Coudeyre, Emmanuel and Eschalier, Bénédicte and Forestier, Romain and Roques-Latrille, Christian-François and Attal, Ygal and Lefèvre-Colau, Marie-Martine and Rannou, François and Poiraudeau, Serge},
    title = {Intensive spa and exercise therapy program for returning to work for low back pain patients: a randomized controlled trial},
    journal = {Scientific Reports},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    number = {1},
    pages = {17956},
    month = dec,
    issn = {2045-2322},
    abstract = {We aimed to determine whether a 5-day intensive inpatient spa and exercise therapy and educational program is more effective than usual care in improving the rate of returning to work at 1 year for patients with subacute and chronic low back pain (LBP) on sick leave for 4 to 24 weeks. We conducted a 12-month randomized controlled trial. LBP patients were assigned to 5-day spa (2 hr/day), exercise (30 min/day) and education (45 min/day) or to usual care. The primary outcome was the percentage of patients returning to work at 1 year after randomization. Secondary outcomes were pain, disability and health-related quality of life at 1 year and number of sick leave days from 6 to 12 months. The projected recruitment was not achieved. Only 88/700 (12.6%) patients planned were enrolled: 45 in the spa therapy group and 43 in the usual care group. At 1 year, returning to work was 56.3% versus 41.9% (OR 1.69 [95% CI 0.60-4.73], p = 0.32) respectively. There was no significant difference for any of the secondary outcomes. However, our study lacked power.},
    owner = {pierre.jean},
    refid = {Nguyen2017},
    timestamp = {2017.12.22},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-18311-z},
    }                     

  • V. Cabibel, M. (. Muthalib, W. Teo, and S. Perrey, (2018) High-definition transcranial direct-current stimulation of the right m1 further facilitates left m1 excitability during crossed-facilitation, Journal of neurophysiology,p. null.

    [ Doi 10.1152/jn.00861.2017 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Cabibel0,
    author = {Vincent Cabibel and Mark (Makii) Muthalib and Wei-Peng Teo and Stephane Perrey},
    journal = {Journal of Neurophysiology},
    title = {High-definition transcranial direct-current stimulation of the right M1 further facilitates left M1 excitability during crossed-facilitation},
    year = {2018},
    number = {0},
    pages = {null},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {The crossed-facilitation (CF) effect refers to when motor-evoked potentials (MEPs) evoked in the relaxed muscles of one arm are facilitated by contraction of the opposite arm. The aim of this study was to determine if high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS) applied to the right primary motor cortex (M1) controlling the left contracting arm (50\% maximum voluntary isometric contraction-MVIC) would further facilitate CF towards the relaxed right arm. Seventeen healthy right-handed subjects participated in an anodal and cathodal or sham HD-tDCS session of the right M1 (2 mA for 20 min) separated by at least 48 h. Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was used to elicit MEPs and cortical silent periods (CSPs) from the left M1 at baseline, 10 mins into, and after right M1 HD-tDCS. At baseline, compared to resting, CF (i.e., right arm resting, left arm 50\% MVIC) increased left M1 MEP amplitudes (+97\%) and decreased CSPs (-11\%). The main novel finding was that right M1 HD-tDCS further increased left M1 excitability (+28.3\%) and inhibition (+21\%) from baseline levels during CF of the left M1 with no difference between anodal and cathodal HD-tDCS sessions. No modulation of CSP or MEP was observed during sham HD-tDCS session. Our findings suggest that CF of the left M1 combined with right M1 anodal or cathodal HD-tDCS further facilitated interhemispheric interactions during CF from the right M1 (contracting left arm) toward the left M1 (relaxed right arm) with effects on both excitatory and inhibitory processing.},
    doi = {10.1152/jn.00861.2017},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00861.2017},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00861.2017},
    }                     

  • F. Coroian, C. Jourdan, K. Bakhti, C. Palayer, A. Jaussent, M. Picot, D. Mottet, M. Julia, H. Bonnin, and I. Laffont, (2017) Upper limb isokinetic strengthening versus passive mobilization in patients with chronic stroke: a randomized controlled trial., Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Coroian2017,
    author = {Coroian, Flavia and Jourdan, Claire and Bakhti, Karima and Palayer, Claire and Jaussent, Audrey and Picot, Marie-Christine and Mottet, Denis and Julia, Marc and Bonnin, Huey-Yune and Laffont, Isabelle},
    title = {Upper Limb Isokinetic Strengthening Versus Passive Mobilization in Patients With Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial.},
    journal = {Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
    year = {2017},
    month = {Sep},
    abstract = {OBJECTIVE: To assess the benefit of isokinetic strengthening of the upper limb (UL) in patients with chronic stroke as compared to passive mobilization. DESIGN: Randomized blinded assessor controlled trial. SETTING: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation departments of 2 university hospitals. PARTICIPANTS: Patients (N=20) with incomplete hemiplegia (16 men; mean age, 64y; median time since stroke, 32mo). INTERVENTIONS: A 6-week comprehensive rehabilitation program, 3d/wk, 3 sessions/d. In addition, a 45-minute session per day was performed using an isokinetic dynamometer, with either isokinetic strengthening of elbow and wrist flexors/extensors (isokinetic strengthening group) or passive joint mobilization (control group). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: The primary endpoint was the increase in Upper Limb Fugl-Meyer Assessment (UL-FMA) score at day 45 (t1). Secondary endpoints were increases in UL-FMA scores, Box and Block Test scores, muscle strength, spasticity, and Barthel Index at t1, t2 (3mo), and t3 (6mo). RESULTS: Recruitment was stopped early because of excessive fatigue in the isokinetic strengthening group. The increase in UL-FMA score at t1 was 3.5+/-4.4 in the isokinetic strengthening group versus 6.0+/-4.5 in the control group (P=.2). Gains in distal UL-FMA scores were larger (3.1+/-2.8) in the control group versus 0.6+/-2.5 in the isokinetic strengthening group (P=.05). No significant group difference was observed in secondary endpoints. Mixed models confirmed those results. Regarding the whole sample, gains from baseline were significant for the UL-FMA at t1 (+4.8; P<.001), t2, and t3 and for the Box and Block Test at t1 (+3; P=.013) and t2. CONCLUSIONS: In a comprehensive rehabilitation program, isokinetic strengthening did not show superiority to passive mobilization for UL rehabilitation. Findings also suggest a sustained benefit in impairments and function of late UL rehabilitation programs for patients with stroke.},
    address = {United States},
    article-doi = {10.1016/j.apmr.2017.08.490},
    article-pii = {S0003-9993(17)31116-4},
    electronic-issn = {1532-821X},
    electronic-publication = {20170922},
    history = {2017/09/27 06:00 [entrez]},
    keywords = {Dynamometer, Muscle strength, Rehabilitation, Stroke, Upper extremity},
    language = {eng},
    linking-issn = {0003-9993},
    location-id = {10.1016/j.apmr.2017.08.490 [doi]},
    nlm-unique-id = {2985158R},
    owner = {NLM},
    publication-status = {aheadofprint},
    revised = {20171205},
    source = {Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2017 Sep 22. pii: S0003-9993(17)31116-4. doi: 10.1016/j.apmr.2017.08.490.},
    status = {Publisher},
    termowner = {NOTNLM},
    title-abbreviation = {Arch Phys Med Rehabil},
    }                     

  • L. E. H. van Dokkum, E. le Bars, D. Mottet, A. Bonafé, N. M. de Champfleur, and I. Laffont, (2018) Modified brain activations of the nondamaged hemisphere during ipsilesional upper-limb movement in persons with initial severe motor deficits poststroke, Neurorehabilitation and neural repair,p. 2147483647.

    [ Doi 10.1177/1545968317746783 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Dokkum0,
    author = {Liesjet E. H. van Dokkum and Emmanuelle le Bars and Denis Mottet and Alain Bonafé and Nicolas Menjot de Champfleur and Isabelle Laffont},
    journal = {Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair},
    title = {Modified Brain Activations of the Nondamaged Hemisphere During Ipsilesional Upper-Limb Movement in Persons With Initial Severe Motor Deficits Poststroke},
    year = {2018},
    note = {PMID: 29276841},
    number = {0},
    pages = {1545968317746783},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {Background. Poststroke, the ipsilesional upper limb shows slight but substantial and long-term motor deficits. Objective. To define brain activation patterns during a gross motor flexion/extension task of the ipsilesional elbow early poststroke before and after rehabilitation, in relation to the corresponding kinematic characteristics at each time point. Method. Simultaneous analysis of kinematic features (amplitude, frequency, smoothness, and trajectory of movement) and of corresponding functional magnetic resonance imaging activations (block-design). A total of 21 persons with subacute initial severe stroke (Fugl-Meyer score <30/66) participated twice: within the first 2 months poststroke (V0) and after 6 weeks of rehabilitation (V1). Results at both time points were compared with activation patterns and kinematics of 13 healthy controls. Results. Compared with controls (a) movements of the ipsilesional upper-limb poststroke were smaller (V0 + V1) and less smooth (V0 + V1) and (b) participants poststroke showed additional recruitment of the contralesional middle temporal gyrus (V0) and rolandic opercularis involved in movement visualization (V0 + V1), whereas they lacked activation of the supramarginal gyrus (V0 + V1). Over time, participants poststroke showed an extended activation of the contralesional sensorimotor cortex at V0. Conclusion. Movements of the ipsilesional upper limb within an initially severe stroke group were not only atypical in motor outcome, but seemed to be controlled differently. Together the observed changes pointed toward an overall disturbance of the bihemispheric motor network poststroke, marked by (a) a possible despecialization of the nondamaged hemisphere and (b) the employment of alternative control strategies to ensure optimal task execution.},
    doi = {10.1177/1545968317746783},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1545968317746783},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1545968317746783},
    }                     

  • V. Cabibel, J. Froger, M. Muthalib, and S. Perrey, (2017) Effects of anodal hd-tdcs or low-frequency rtms on ipsilateral and contralateral m1 excitability: a pilot study, Brain stimulation, vol. 10, iss. 2,pp. 461-462.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.353 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Cabibel2017a,
    author = {V. Cabibel and J. Froger and M. Muthalib and S. Perrey},
    title = {Effects of anodal HD-tDCS or low-frequency rTMS on ipsilateral and contralateral M1 excitability: A pilot study},
    journal = {Brain Stimulation},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {10},
    number = {2},
    pages = {461 - 462},
    issn = {1935-861X},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.353},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1935861X17303534},
    }                     

  • M. Muthalib, V. Cabibel, J. Rothwell, W. P. Teo, and S. Perrey, (2017) Effects of hd-tdcs and crossed-facilitation on interhemispheric interactions, Brain stimulation, vol. 10, iss. 2,pp. 462-463.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.356 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Muthalib2017a,
    author = {M. Muthalib and V. Cabibel and J. Rothwell and W.P. Teo and S. Perrey},
    title = {Effects of HD-tDCS and crossed-facilitation on interhemispheric interactions},
    journal = {Brain Stimulation},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {10},
    number = {2},
    pages = {462 - 463},
    issn = {1935-861X},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.356},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1935861X1730356X},
    }                     

  • V. Cabibel, B. Le Toullec, N. Oliver, N. Héraud, and A. Varray, (2017) Cortical disorders and muscle weakness in copd: impact of neuromodulation on intracortical inhibition, European respiratory journal, vol. 50, iss. suppl 61.

    [ Doi 10.1183/1393003.congress-2017.OA3433 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Cabibel2017b,
    author = {Cabibel, Vincent and Le Toullec, Benjamin and Oliver, Nicolas and H{\'e}raud, Nelly and Varray, Alain},
    title = {Cortical disorders and muscle weakness in COPD: impact of neuromodulation on intracortical inhibition},
    journal = {European Respiratory Journal},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {50},
    number = {suppl 61},
    issn = {0903-1936},
    abstract = {Muscle weakness is a major issue. An increased intracortical inhibition and a lack in central motor drive have been recently reported in COPD (Alexandre et al., PLoS ONE 9:e100961, 2014). Therefore the aim of this study was to investigate the possibility to counterbalance this phenomenon by using non-invasive cortical neuromodulation.Ten COPD (GOLD II-IV) and nine matched control subjects were randomly assigned to undergo 10min/2mA anodal (intervention) or sham high-definition transcranial direct-current stimulation (HD-tDCS) of the dominant primary motor cortex (M1) in a double-blind design with at least 72h between each session. Strength of the vastus lateralis (VL), neuromuscular properties, motor potentials (MEP) and cortical silent period (CSP) evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation from the dominant M1 towards the contralateral VL were measured before and after neuromodulatory intervention.The intervention by anodal HD-tDCS resulted in decreased CSP (intracortical inhibition) while no difference was present in the control group (see Figure). However, strength and MEP (cortical excitability) were not affected by the neuromodulatory intervention.This study showed that COPD patients exhibited reversible increased intracortical inhibition. These preliminary results are a step towards a better understanding of the pathophysiology of cortical disorders in muscle weakness in COPD patients.},
    doi = {10.1183/1393003.congress-2017.OA3433},
    eprint = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content},
    publisher = {European Respiratory Society},
    url = {http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/50/suppl_61/OA3433},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, M. Luchetti, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Feeling older and the development of cognitive impairment and dementia, The journals of gerontology: series b, vol. 72, iss. 6,pp. 966-973.

    [ Doi 10.1093/geronb/gbw085 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2017b,
    author = {Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina R and Luchetti, Martina and Terracciano, Antonio},
    journal = {The Journals of Gerontology: Series B},
    title = {Feeling Older and the Development of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia},
    year = {2017},
    number = {6},
    pages = {966-973},
    volume = {72},
    doi = {10.1093/geronb/gbw085},
    eprint = {/oup/backfile/content_public/journal/psychsocgerontology/72/6/10.1093_geronb_gbw085/1/gbw085.pdf},
    url = {+ http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbw085},
    }                     

  • A. Terracciano, Y. Stephan, M. Luchetti, R. Gonzalez-Rothi, and A. R. Sutin, (2017) Personality and lung function in older adults, The journals of gerontology: series b, vol. 72, iss. 6,pp. 913-921.

    [ Doi 10.1093/geronb/gbv161 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Terracciano2017a,
    author = {Terracciano, Antonio and Stephan, Yannick and Luchetti, Martina and Gonzalez-Rothi, Ricardo and Sutin, Angelina R},
    journal = {The Journals of Gerontology: Series B},
    title = {Personality and Lung Function in Older Adults},
    year = {2017},
    number = {6},
    pages = {913-921},
    volume = {72},
    doi = {10.1093/geronb/gbv161},
    eprint = {/oup/backfile/content_public/journal/psychsocgerontology/72/6/10.1093_geronb_gbv161/1/gbv161.pdf},
    url = {+ http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbv161},
    }                     

  • A. Jaconelli, A. Terracciano, A. R. Sutin, P. Sarrazin, S. Raffard, and Y. Stephan, (2017) Subjective age and dementia, Clinical gerontologist, vol. 40, iss. 2,pp. 106-113.

    [ Doi 10.1080/07317115.2016.1187695 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Jaconelli2017,
    author = {Alban Jaconelli and Antonio Terracciano and Angelina R. Sutin and Philippe Sarrazin and Stéphane Raffard and Yannick Stephan},
    journal = {Clinical Gerontologist},
    title = {Subjective Age and Dementia},
    year = {2017},
    note = {PMID: 28452675},
    number = {2},
    pages = {106-113},
    volume = {40},
    abstract = {ABSTRACTObjective: Existing evidence indicates that a younger subjective age is a marker of successful aging, including better health and cognition. Building upon this evidence, it is likely that individuals with dementia might feel older. However, subjective evaluation of age might not be affected by dementia because these individuals tend to be anosognosic and report positive health-related quality of life.Methods: Data from two cross-sectional samples from France and the United States were used to compare the subjective age ratings of individuals with and without dementia.Results: Results from both samples revealed that individuals with dementia felt younger than their age but did not differ from the controls, even after controlling for sex, chronological age, education, and self-rated health.Conclusion: The present study suggests that there are no large differences in the subjective experience of age between healthy individuals and those with dementia.},
    doi = {10.1080/07317115.2016.1187695},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1080/07317115.2016.1187695},
    publisher = {Routledge},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1080/07317115.2016.1187695},
    }                     

  • R. Radel, G. Tempest, G. Denis, P. Besson, and R. Zory, (2017) Extending the limits of force endurance: stimulation of the motor or the frontal cortex?, Cortex, vol. 97,pp. 96-108.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2017.09.026 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Radel2017,
    author = {Rémi Radel and Gavin Tempest and Gauthier Denis and Pierre Besson and Raphael Zory},
    title = {Extending the limits of force endurance: Stimulation of the motor or the frontal cortex?},
    journal = {Cortex},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {97},
    pages = {96 - 108},
    issn = {0010-9452},
    note = {Special Section dedicated to the temporal and parietal lobes},
    abstract = {Abstract Previous findings indicate that facilitation of primary motor cortex (PMC) activity using trans-cranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) could improve resistance to physical fatigue. However, studies have failed to consistently replicate these results. Using non-focal-tDCS during a fatiguing task, recent work showed no enhancement of corticospinal excitability of the PMC despite a longer endurance time and suggested that contamination in other brain regions involved in motor command may have occurred. In accordance with recent evidence supporting the role of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) in exercise maintenance, this double-blind sham-controlled crossover study (N = 22) compared the effect of high definition (HD)-tDCS of the PMC or the PFC on endurance time of a sustained contraction task of the elbow flexor. Brain activity was monitored using near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) to measure the neurovascular response elicited by HD-tDCS. Electromyography (EMG) and force obtained during maximal voluntary and evoked contractions were assessed before and after the contraction task to explore the effect of brain stimulation on peripheral and central fatigue. While the stimulation affected the brain response in the PFC during the contraction task, no effects of the stimulation were observed on endurance time or fatigue indices. These results are discussed in relation to the neurocognitive models of physical effort.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2017.09.026},
    keywords = {Exercise, Endurance, Prefrontal cortex, Motor cortex, tDCS, NIRS},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010945217303337},
    }                     

  • P. Besson, G. Vergotte, M. Muthalib, and S. Perrey, (2017) Test-retest reliability of transcranial direct current stimulation-induced modulation of resting-state sensorimotor cortex oxygenation time course, Brain stimulation, vol. 10, iss. 2,p. 400.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.186 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Besson2017,
    author = {P. Besson and G. Vergotte and M. Muthalib and S. Perrey},
    title = {Test-retest reliability of transcranial direct current stimulation-induced modulation of resting-state sensorimotor cortex oxygenation time course},
    journal = {Brain Stimulation},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {10},
    number = {2},
    pages = {400},
    issn = {1935-861X},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brs.2017.01.186},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1935861X17301869},
    }                     

  • V. {Cabibel, M. {Muthalib, J. {Froger, and S. {Perrey, (2018) Comparison of repeated transcranial stimulation and transcranial direct-current stimulation on primary motor cortex excitability and inhibition: a pilot study, Mov sport sci/sci mot.

    [ Doi 10.1051/sm/2018001 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{CabibelVincent2018,
    author = {{Cabibel, Vincent} and {Muthalib, Makii} and {Froger, Jérôme} and {Perrey, Stéphane}},
    title = {Comparison of repeated transcranial stimulation and transcranial direct-current stimulation on primary motor cortex excitability and inhibition: A pilot study},
    journal = {Mov Sport Sci/Sci Mot},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1051/sm/2018001},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1051/sm/2018001},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, S. Bayard, Z. Križan, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Personality and sleep quality: evidence from four prospective studies., Health psychology, vol. 37(3),pp. 271-281.

    [ Doi 10.1037/hea0000577 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2017c,
    author = {Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina R. and Bayard, Sophie and Križan, Zlatan and Terracciano, Antonio},
    title = {Personality and Sleep Quality: Evidence From Four Prospective Studies.},
    journal = {Health Psychology},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {37(3)},
    pages = {271-281},
    month = mar,
    issn = {1930-7810(Electronic),0278-6133(Print)},
    abstract = {Objective: The present study examined the longitudinal association between personality traits and sleep quality in 4 samples of middle-aged and older adults. Method: Participants (N > 22,000) were adults aged 30 to 107 years old from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study (WLS), the Midlife in the United States Study (MIDUS), the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), and the Midlife in Japan Study (MIDJA). Personality and sleep quality were assessed at baseline and again 4 to 10 years later. Results: Scoring lower on neuroticism and higher on extraversion was associated with better sleep quality at baseline and over time, with effect sizes larger than those of demographic factors. Low conscientiousness was associated with a worsening of sleep quality over time. Openness and agreeableness were unrelated to sleep quality. Poor sleep quality at baseline was associated with steeper declines in extraversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness and a smaller decrease in neuroticism over time. Conclusion: Replicable findings across samples support longitudinal associations between personality and sleep quality. This study identified specific personality traits that are associated with poor and worsening sleep quality, and substantiated previous findings that poor sleep quality is associated with detrimental personality trajectories. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved)},
    address = {US},
    doi = {10.1037/hea0000577},
    publisher = {American Psychological Association},
    refid = {2017-52631-001},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Psychological well-being and risk of dementia, International journal of geriatric psychiatry, vol. 33, iss. 5,pp. 743-747.

    [ Doi 10.1002/gps.4849 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sutin,
    author = {Sutin, Angelina R. and Stephan, Yannick and Terracciano, Antonio},
    journal = {International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
    title = {Psychological well-being and risk of dementia},
    year = {2018},
    issn = {1099-1166},
    note = {GPS-17-0318.R1},
    number = {5},
    pages = {743-747},
    volume = {33},
    abstract = {Objective
    Well-being is a psychological resource that buffers against age-related disease. We test whether this protective effect extends to dementia and whether it is independent of distress.
    Methods
    Participants (N = 10,099) were from the Health and Retirement Study. Five aspects of positive psychological functioning (life satisfaction, optimism, mastery, purpose in life, and positive affect) were tested as predictors of incident dementia over 6 to 8 years.
    Results
    Purpose in life was associated with a 30% decreased risk of dementia, independent of psychological distress, other clinical and behavioral risk factors, income/wealth, and genetic risk. After controlling for distress and other risk factors, the other aspects of well-being were not associated with dementia risk.
    Conclusions
    After considering psychological distress, we found that measures of well-being were generally not protective against risk of dementia. An exception is purpose in life, which suggests that a meaningful and goal-driven life reduces risk of dementia.},
    doi = {10.1002/gps.4849},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/gps.4849},
    keywords = {Alzheimer's disease, dementia, depressive symptoms, psychological reserve, purpose in life, well-being},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/gps.4849},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, and A. Terracciano, (2016) Personality and metabolic dysfunction in young adulthood: a cross-sectional study, Journal of health psychology,p. 2147483647.

    [ Doi 10.1177/1359105316677294 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sutin0,
    author = {Angelina R Sutin and Yannick Stephan and Antonio Terracciano},
    journal = {Journal of Health Psychology},
    title = {Personality and metabolic dysfunction in young adulthood: A cross-sectional study},
    year = {2016},
    note = {PMID: 27837153},
    number = {0},
    pages = {1359105316677294},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {This research used the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (N = 15,359; age range 25–34) to examine the cross-sectional relation between personality and four components of metabolic syndrome (elevated glucose, blood pressure, cholesterol, and waist circumference) and a metabolic risk index in young adulthood. Consistent with research on older adults, higher Neuroticism and lower Conscientiousness were associated with greater risk of metabolic dysfunction; Agreeableness, however, was unrelated to it. The relation between personality and metabolic health may unfold across the lifespan, with the association between Neuroticism/Conscientiousness and metabolic dysfunction starting early and the association with Agreeableness emerging at older ages.},
    doi = {10.1177/1359105316677294},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105316677294},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105316677294},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, G. Bovier-Lapierre, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Personality and walking speed across adulthood: prospective evidence from five samples, Social psychological and personality science,p. 2147483647.

    [ Doi 10.1177/1948550617725152 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan0,
    author = {Yannick Stephan and Angelina R. Sutin and Gabriel Bovier-Lapierre and Antonio Terracciano},
    journal = {Social Psychological and Personality Science},
    title = {Personality and Walking Speed Across Adulthood: Prospective Evidence From Five Samples},
    year = {2017},
    number = {0},
    pages = {1948550617725152},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {Walking speed is one marker of health in adulthood. Although personality may contribute to gait speed, there is limited longitudinal data on this association. Thus, the present study examined whether personality traits are prospectively associated with walking speed among middle aged and older adults. Participants were adults aged from 25 to 100 years old (N > 15,000) drawn from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study Graduate and Sibling samples, the Midlife in the United States Survey, the Health and Retirement Study, and the National Health and Aging Trends Survey. Across most samples and in a meta-analysis, lower neuroticism and higher extraversion, conscientiousness, and openness at baseline were prospectively related to faster gait speed. In the HRS, lower neuroticism and higher extraversion, conscientiousness, and openness were related to slower gait speed decline. This study provides robust evidence that walking speed in adulthood reflects, in part, the individual’s personality.},
    doi = {10.1177/1948550617725152},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1948550617725152},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1177/1948550617725152},
    }                     

  • M. Luchetti, A. Terracciano, Y. Stephan, and A. R. Sutin, (2018) Alcohol use and personality change in middle and older adulthood: findings from the health and retirement study, Journal of personality,p. n/a–n/a.

    [ Doi 10.1111/jopy.12371 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Luchetti,
    author = {Luchetti, Martina and Terracciano, Antonio and Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina R.},
    title = {Alcohol use and personality change in middle and older adulthood: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study},
    journal = {Journal of Personality},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {n/a--n/a},
    issn = {1467-6494},
    abstract = {Objective: Personality is known to predict alcohol consumption but how alcohol use is related to personality change is less clear, especially at older ages. The present study examined the effects of level of alcohol consumption and history of dependence on change in the five-factor model personality traits in a national cohort of Americans aged over 50. Method: Over 10,000 adults who participated in 2006-08 waves of the Health and Retirement Study reported on personality and alcohol use and were followed over 4 years. Results: Latent difference score models indicated decreases in extraversion to be attenuated for individuals categorized as light-to-moderate drinkers at baseline, while decreases in conscientiousness were accentuated by having experienced alcohol dependence symptoms. Moreover, personality difference scores correlated with changes in the amount of alcohol consumed at follow-up. Conclusions: The findings suggest that patterns of alcohol consumption are associated with changes in personality across the second half of the lifespan. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.},
    doi = {10.1111/jopy.12371},
    keywords = {alcohol consumption, alcohol use disorders, middle and older adulthood, five-factor model, personality change},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jopy.12371},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, and A. Terracciano, (2017) Subjective age and cystatin c among older adults, The journals of gerontology: series b,p. gbx124.

    [ Doi 10.1093/geronb/gbx124 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2017d,
    author = {Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina R and Terracciano, Antonio},
    journal = {The Journals of Gerontology: Series B},
    title = {Subjective Age and Cystatin C Among Older Adults},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {gbx124},
    doi = {10.1093/geronb/gbx124},
    eprint = {/oup/backfile/content_public/journal/psychsocgerontology/pap/10.1093_geronb_gbx124/3/gbx124.pdf},
    url = {+ http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbx124},
    }                     

  • O. Maurelli, P. L. Bernard, R. Dubois, S. Ahmaidi, and J. Prioux, (2017) Effects of pre-competitive preparation period on the isokinetic muscular characteristics in world class handball players, The journal of strength & conditioning research, vol. Publish Ahead of Print.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Maurelli9000,
    author = {Maurelli, Olivier and Bernard, Pierre Louis and Dubois, Romain and Ahmaidi, Said and Prioux, Jacques},
    title = {Effects Of Pre-Competitive Preparation Period On The Isokinetic Muscular Characteristics In World Class Handball Players},
    journal = {The Journal of Strength \& Conditioning Research},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {Publish Ahead of Print},
    issn = {1064-8011},
    abstract = {The aim of this study was to describe the effects of eight weeks of pre-competitive period preparation (Pc2P) on the isokinetic muscular characteristics in world-class handball players. Nineteen male professional players (age: 26.6 ± 5.4 years) participated in the study. Two bilateral isokinetic tests of knee joint flexors (H; Hamstring) and extensors (Q; Quadriceps) were performed before and after Pc2P to determine the peak torque (PT), the mean power (MP) and the ratios (agonist/antagonist, dominant/non-dominant and combined). For the PT, Q at low angular velocity (60°.s-1) in concentric mode revealed no significant increase for the dominant nor non-dominant legs. For H, results showed a significant increase for both legs (p < 0.001). At the higher angular velocity (240°.s-1), Q was significantly increased for the dominant (p < 0.005) and non-dominant legs (p < 0.002) as well as H for both sides (p < 0.001). Eccentric mode (30°.s-1) showed a significant increase for dominant (p < 0.005) and non-dominant legs (p < 0.01). For MP, results showed significant increase at low angular velocity (p < 0.003) and high angular velocity (p < 0.01) for both legs. In eccentric mode, values showed a significant increase following Pc2P for dominant (p < 0.001) and non-dominant legs (p < 0.02). The ratios showed significant increase for the agonist/antagonist ratio (AAR) at 60°.s-1 for dominant leg (p < 0.003) as well as the non-dominant leg (p < 0.01). At 240°.s-1 the values showed a significant difference for both side (p < 0.02). From an injury risk perspective, in addition to optimizing performance, these results demonstrated that eight weeks of Pc2P increased the maximum strength and muscle power of international handball players, even if the ratios of the knee joint muscles did not change during this period. Corresponding authors: Olivier Maurelli, E-mail: oliviermaurelli@yahoo.fr, Tel: +33 6 14 40 79 65 Copyright © 2018 by the National Strength & Conditioning Association.},
    keywords = {elite handball, muscular profile of the lower limbs, preseason period},
    refid = {00124278-900000000-95708},
    url = {https://journals.lww.com/nsca-jscr/Fulltext/publishahead/Effects_Of_Pre_Competitive_Preparation_Period_On.95708.aspx},
    }                     

  • P. L. Bernard, P. Edouard, G. Tallon, S. Perrey, M. Billot, H. Blain, P. Codine, and F. Degache, (2016) Influence of recovery time on strength during a testing protocol of knee, Journal de traumatologie du sport, vol. 33, iss. 3,pp. 161-166.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jts.2016.07.005 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{BERNARD2016161,
    author = {P.L. Bernard and P. Edouard and G. Tallon and S. Perrey and M. Billot and H. Blain and P. Codine and F. Degache},
    title = {Influence of recovery time on strength during a testing protocol of knee},
    journal = {Journal de Traumatologie du Sport},
    year = {2016},
    volume = {33},
    number = {3},
    pages = {161 - 166},
    issn = {0762-915X},
    abstract = {The aim of the present study was to compare the influence of three rest intervals of 30, 60 and 180seconds randomly applied between two sets of five isokinetic contractions of flexor-extensor knee muscles in a cohort composed of 14 men (32.5±8years). The comparison of the isokinetic values measured during the first set of each evaluation session showed no significant differences (0.55                     

  • H. Blain, A. Jaussent, M. -C. Picot, L. Maimoun, O. Coste, T. Masud, J. Bousquet, and P. L. Bernard, (2017) Effect of a 6-month brisk walking program on walking endurance in sedentary and physically deconditioned women aged 60 or older: a randomized trial, The journal of nutrition, health & aging, vol. 21, iss. 10,p. 1183–1189.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s12603-017-0955-7 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Blain2017,
    author = {Blain, H. and Jaussent, A. and Picot, M.-C. and Maimoun, L. and Coste, O. and Masud, T. and Bousquet, J. and Bernard, P. L.},
    title = {Effect of a 6-month brisk walking program on walking endurance in sedentary and physically deconditioned women aged 60 or older: A randomized trial},
    journal = {The journal of nutrition, health {\&} aging},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {21},
    number = {10},
    pages = {1183--1189},
    month = {Dec},
    issn = {1760-4788},
    abstract = {Walking endurance is a predictor of healthy ageing.},
    day = {01},
    doi = {10.1007/s12603-017-0955-7},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s12603-017-0955-7},
    }                     

  • P. L. Bernard, H. Blain, G. Tallon, G. Ninot, A. Jaussent, M. C. Picot, C. Belloc, O. Coste, J. Bousquet, and S. Ramdani, (2018) Influence of a brisk walking program on postural responses in sedentary older women: a randomised trial, Aging clinical and experimental research.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s40520-018-0916-y ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bernard2018,
    author = {Bernard, P. L. and Blain, H. and Tallon, G. and Ninot, G. and Jaussent, A. and Picot, M. C. and Belloc, C. and Coste, O. and Bousquet, J. and Ramdani, S.},
    title = {Influence of a brisk walking program on postural responses in sedentary older women: a randomised trial},
    journal = {Aging Clinical and Experimental Research},
    year = {2018},
    month = {Mar},
    issn = {1720-8319},
    abstract = {This study analyzes the evolution in kinematic and non-linear stabilometric parameters in elderly sedentary women selected to participate in a brisk walking program. Ninety-four women were randomly selected for a program of 78 sessions over 6 months, with three sessions of 60 min per week. On the force platform, participants were assessed with both eyes opened as well as eyes closed during a period of 51.2 s and the sampling frequency was 40 Hz. The main dependent kinematic variables were the length, stabilogram surface, and the mean position in anteroposterior as well as medio-lateral directions. For the dynamic approach, we have selected the parameters of recurrence quantification analysis, sample entropy, and multiscale entropy. The kinematic and the time series analysis of group{\thinspace}{\texttimes}{\thinspace}time interactions demonstrated that 6 months of walk-training lacked influence on kinematic postural responses and on dynamical measurements. The weekly brisk walking program was situated on flat ground and consisted of three 60-min weekly sessions lasting 6 months, leading to no significant effect on postural responses. In regards to international recommendations brisk walking is a pertinent exercise. However, in older sedentary women, our study indicated a systemic lack of influence of 6 months' walk-training on flat ground on kinematic postural responses and on dynamical measures obtained by time series analysis.},
    day = {05},
    doi = {10.1007/s40520-018-0916-y},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s40520-018-0916-y},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock, D. G. Dotov, P. Ihalainen, V. Bégel, F. Galtier, C. Lebrun, M. C. Picot, V. Driss, N. Landragin, C. Geny, B. Bardy, and S. Dalla Bella, (2018) Rhythmic abilities and musical training in parkinson’s disease: do they help?, Npj parkinson's disease, vol. 4, iss. 1,p. 8.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{CochenDeCock2018,
    author = {Cochen De Cock, V. and Dotov, D. G. and Ihalainen, P. and Bégel, V. and Galtier, F. and Lebrun, C. and Picot, M. C. and Driss, V. and Landragin, N. and Geny, C. and Bardy, B. and Dalla Bella, S.},
    title = {Rhythmic abilities and musical training in Parkinson’s disease: do they help?},
    journal = {npj Parkinson's Disease},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {4},
    number = {1},
    pages = {8},
    month = mar,
    issn = {2373-8057},
    abstract = {Rhythmic auditory cues can immediately improve gait in Parkinson’s disease. However, this effect varies considerably across patients. The factors associated with this individual variability are not known to date. Patients’ rhythmic abilities and musicality (e.g., perceptual and singing abilities, emotional response to music, and musical training) may foster a positive response to rhythmic cues. To examine this hypothesis, we measured gait at baseline and with rhythmic cues in 39 non-demented patients with Parkinson’s disease and 39 matched healthy controls. Cognition, rhythmic abilities and general musicality were assessed. A response to cueing was qualified as positive when the stimulation led to a clinically meaningful increase in gait speed. We observed that patients with positive response to cueing (n = 17) were more musically trained, aligned more often their steps to the rhythmic cues while walking, and showed better music perception as well as poorer cognitive flexibility than patients with non-positive response (n = 22). Gait performance with rhythmic cues worsened in six patients. We concluded that rhythmic and musical skills, which can be modulated by musical training, may increase beneficial effects of rhythmic auditory cueing in Parkinson’s disease. Screening patients in terms of musical/rhythmic abilities and musical training may allow teasing apart patients who are likely to benefit from cueing from those who may worsen their performance due to the stimulation.},
    refid = {Cochen De Cock2018},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41531-018-0043-7},
    }                     

  • M. Delorme, J. Froger, S. Perrey, G. Vergotte, and I. Laffont, (2017) Changes in hemodynamic responses during movements of the upper extremities in the acute phase after stroke: a fnirs study, Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, vol. 60,p. e1.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2017.07.016 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Delorme2017,
    author = {Marion Delorme and Jérôme Froger and Stéphane Perrey and Grégoire Vergotte and Isabelle Laffont},
    title = {Changes in hemodynamic responses during movements of the upper extremities in the acute phase after stroke: A fNIRS study},
    journal = {Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {60},
    pages = {e1},
    issn = {1877-0657},
    note = {32nd Annual Congress of the French Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine},
    abstract = {Objective
    The acute phase of stroke is accompanied by functional changes and interplay of both hemispheres. However little is known on how the time course of functional motor recovery is related to the progression of symmetry in the motor areas of the brain. This study aimed to assess the time course of both hemodynamic patterns of cortical motor areas using functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) and functional recovery during the first months after stroke. Unaffected upper limb movements-related contralateral motor areas activity showed no significant changes.
    Material/patients and methods
    Eight right-handed first ischemic/hemorrhagic stroke patients (60±8 yrs, 3 female and 5 men) with mild to severe hemiparesis were examined with fNIRS measurements and functional motor recovery (Fugl-Meyer score) tests every two weeks during two months (five sessions). We investigated hemodynamic changes over the contralateral and ipsilateral motor areas with a 2×8-channel fNIRS system (Oxymon MkIII®) during a unilateral intermittent isometric forearm task (1Hz) at self-selected submaximal force levels. Laterality index (LI) was computed to evaluate the asymmetry of hemodynamic changes from the two hemispheres.
    Results
    Affected upper limb movements were associated early with a bilateral cortical activity before shifting to contralateral patterns (P<0.01). Progressive lateralization was observed with LI increases over the first 4 sessions (from −0.24±0.18 to 0.36±0.27, P<0.05) prior to level off (session 5, 0.25±0.39), as did the Fugl-Meyer score.
    Discussion – conclusion
    These findings suggest that cortical reorganization monitoring with fNIRS during the first weeks after stroke should be considered further when assessing functional motor recovery in stroke rehabilitation services.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2017.07.016},
    keywords = {Stroke, fNIRS, Motor recovery, Neuroplasticity},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877065717301379},
    }                     

  • L. Borot, G. Vergotte, and S. Perrey, (2018) Different hemodynamic responses of the primary motor cortex accompanying eccentric and concentric movements: a functional nirs study, Brain sciences, vol. 8, iss. 5.

    [ Doi 10.3390/brainsci8050075 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Borot2018,
    author = {Borot, Lénaic and Vergotte, Grégoire and Perrey, Stéphane},
    title = {Different Hemodynamic Responses of the Primary Motor Cortex Accompanying Eccentric and Concentric Movements: A Functional NIRS Study},
    journal = {Brain Sciences},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {8},
    number = {5},
    issn = {2076-3425},
    abstract = {The literature contains limited evidence on how our brains control eccentric movement. A higher activation is expected in the contralateral motor cortex (M1) but consensus has not yet been reached. Therefore, the present study aimed to compare patterns of M1 activation between eccentric and concentric movements. Nine healthy participants performed in a randomized order three sets of five repetitions of eccentric or concentric movement with the dominant elbow flexors over a range of motion of 60° at two velocities (30°/s and 60°/s). The tests were carried out using a Biodex isokinetic dynamometer with the forearm supported in the horizontal plane. The peak torque values were not significantly different between concentric and eccentric movements (p = 0.42). Hemodynamic responses of the contralateral and ipsilateral M1 were measured with a near-infrared spectroscopy system (Oxymon MkIII, Artinis). A higher contralateral M1 activity was found during eccentric movements (p = 0.04, η² = 0.47) and at the velocity of 30°/s (p = 0.039, η² = 0.48). These preliminary findings indicate a specific control mechanism in the contralateral M1 to produce eccentric muscle actions at the angular velocities investigated, although the role of other brain areas in the motor control network cannot be excluded.},
    doi = {10.3390/brainsci8050075},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/8/5/75},
    }                     

  • V. Philippe, M. Guillaume, M. Laurent, and N. Michel, (2018) Elite swimmers’ internal markers trajectories in ecological training conditions, Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, iss. ja.

    [ Doi 10.1111/sms.13200 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Philippe,
    author = {Vacher Philippe and Martinent Guillaume and Mourot Laurent and Nicolas Michel},
    title = {Elite swimmers’ internal markers trajectories in ecological training conditions},
    journal = {Scandinavian Journal of Medicine \& Science in Sports},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {0},
    number = {ja},
    abstract = {Abstract Purpose This study examined the trajectories of elite swimmers’ recovery‐stress states and cardiac vagal‐related markers during a three‐month training period preceding the national championship and their within‐person relationships with perceived control. Methods A Multilevel Growth Curve Analysis (MGCA) approach was used with 21 male elite swimmers. Four waves of assessments of psychological (stress, recovery, perceived control) and physiological (heart rate variability, HRV) markers were completed during a three‐month training preparation leading to a major competition. Results Results of MGCA revealed: (a) a significant positive linear effect of time (i.e., linear increase over time) and a significant negative quadratic effect of time (i.e., inverted U shape over time) on perceived stress whereas the opposite pattern of results was observed for perceived recovery; and (b) a significant positive linear effect of time for nHRR60. Both at level 1 (within‐person level of analysis) and 2 (between‐person level of analysis), perceived control was: (a) positively associated with athletes’ perceived recovery and parasympathetic markers (i.e., MeanRR; pNN50); and (b) negatively related to swimmers’ perceived stress. Results also indicated that within‐person interactions of perceived control with time reached significance for general recovery and HRV. Finally, within‐person interaction of perceived control with squared time reached significance for subjective sport‐specific and total stress. Conclusion Overall, this study provided insights into the key role played by perceived control on both psychological and physiological markers related to recovery‐stress states’ levels during the three‐month training period preceding the national championship. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.},
    doi = {10.1111/sms.13200},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/sms.13200},
    keywords = {athletes, recovery, stress, perceived control, heart rate variability},
    url = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/sms.13200},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Subjective age and mortality in three longitudinal samples., Psychosomatic medicine.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2018,
    author = {Stephan, Yannick and Sutin, Angelina R. and Terracciano, Antonio},
    title = {Subjective Age and Mortality in Three Longitudinal Samples.},
    journal = {Psychosomatic medicine},
    year = {2018},
    month = {Jun},
    abstract = {OBJECTIVE: Subjective age has been implicated in a range of health outcomes. The present study extends existing research by providing new data on the relation between subjective age and mortality in three large national samples. METHODS: Participants (total N > 17,000) were drawn from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS, 2008-2014), the Midlife in the United State Survey (MIDUS, 1995-2014), and the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS, 2011-2014). Subjective age, demographic factors, disease burden, functional limitations, depressive symptoms, and physical inactivity were assessed at baseline and mortality data were tracked for up to 20 years. Cognition was also included as a covariate in the HRS and the NHATS. RESULTS: Individuals felt on average 15% to 16% younger relative to their chronological age. Feeling approximately 8, 11, and 13 years older in the MIDUS, HRS, and NHATS, was related to an 18%, 29% and 25% higher risk of mortality, respectively. This pattern was confirmed by a meta-analysis of the three samples (HR = 1.24; 95%CI = 1.17-1.31, p<.001). Multivariate analyses showed that disease burden, physical inactivity, functional limitations, and cognitive problems, but not depressive symptoms, accounted for the associations between subjective age and mortality. CONCLUSIONS: The present study provides robust evidence for an association between an older subjective age and a higher risk of mortality across adulthood. These findings support the role of subjective age as a biopsychosocial marker of aging.},
    address = {United States},
    article-doi = {10.1097/PSY.0000000000000613},
    electronic-issn = {1534-7796},
    electronic-publication = {20180601},
    grantno = {U19 AG051426/AG/NIA NIH HHS/United States},
    history = {2018/06/05 06:00 [medline]},
    language = {eng},
    linking-issn = {0033-3174},
    location-id = {10.1097/PSY.0000000000000613 [doi]},
    nlm-unique-id = {0376505},
    owner = {NLM},
    publication-status = {aheadofprint},
    revised = {20180608},
    source = {Psychosom Med. 2018 Jun 1. doi: 10.1097/PSY.0000000000000613.},
    status = {Publisher},
    title-abbreviation = {Psychosom Med},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, M. Luchetti, G. Bosselut, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Physical activity and personality developmentover twenty years: evidence from three longitudinal samples, Journal of research in personality, vol. 73,pp. 173-179.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrp.2018.02.005 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2018a,
    author = {Yannick Stephan and Angelina R. Sutin and Martina Luchetti and Grégoire Bosselut and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Physical activity and personality developmentover twenty years: Evidence from three longitudinal samples},
    journal = {Journal of Research in Personality},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {73},
    pages = {173 - 179},
    issn = {0092-6566},
    abstract = {A physically inactive lifestyle is associated with maladaptive patterns of personality development over relatively short follow-up periods. The present study extends existing research by examining whether this association persists over 20 years. Participants (total N = 8723) were drawn from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study Graduates and Siblings samples and the Midlife in the United States Study. Controlling for demographic factors and disease burden, baseline physical inactivity was related to steeper declines in conscientiousness in all three samples and a meta-analysis (β = −0.06). The meta-analysis further showed that lower physical activity was associated with declines in openness (β = −0.05), extraversion (β = −0.03), and agreeableness (β = −0.03). These findings provide evidence that a physically inactive lifestyle is associated with long-term detrimental personality trajectories.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrp.2018.02.005},
    keywords = {Personality development, Physical inactivity, Adulthood},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092656618300175},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Parental educational attainment and offspring subjective well-being and self-beliefs in older adulthood, Personality and individual differences, vol. 128,pp. 139-145.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.01.023 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sutin2018,
    author = {Angelina R. Sutin and Yannick Stephan and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Parental educational attainment and offspring subjective well-being and self-beliefs in older adulthood},
    journal = {Personality and Individual Differences},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {128},
    pages = {139 - 145},
    issn = {0191-8869},
    abstract = {This research examines whether parental educational attainment and subjective childhood socioeconomic status (SES) is associated with adult offspring well-being and self-beliefs (broadly defined). Participants from the Health and Retirement Study were included if they completed the leave-behind questionnaire in 2006 or 2008 (N = 10,827; Mage = 68.38; SD = 9.81; range = 50–101). Participants reported on their own and both parents' educational attainment, subjective childhood financial situation, and financial difficulties in childhood at study entry and on well-being in 2006/2008. Linear regression was used to examine the association between offspring education, parental education, childhood SES and three aspects of well-being and self-beliefs: positive affect (e.g., positive emotions, optimism), negative affect (e.g., loneliness, hostility), and cognitive evaluation (e.g., life satisfaction). Participants with more education reported higher well-being (median β = 0.12). Parental educational attainment, subjective childhood SES, and a significant financial event during childhood were associated with more positive affect, less negative affect, and higher life satisfaction (median β = 0.05); these associations held controlling for offspring education. The educational and financial environment of childhood may hamper well-being into older adulthood; the offspring's own experiences and achievements do not completely attenuate the association with these aspects of the childhood environment.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.01.023},
    keywords = {Affect, Life satisfaction, Early life, Intergenerational, Parent education},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886918300230},
    }                     

  • M. Luchetti, A. R. Sutin, A. Delitala, Y. Stephan, E. Fiorillo, M. Marongiu, M. Masala, D. Schlessinger, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Personality traits and facets linked with self-reported alcohol consumption and biomarkers of liver health, Addictive behaviors, vol. 82,pp. 135-141.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.02.034 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Luchetti2018,
    author = {Martina Luchetti and Angelina R. Sutin and Alessandro Delitala and Yannick Stephan and Edoardo Fiorillo and Michele Marongiu and Marco Masala and David Schlessinger and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Personality traits and facets linked with self-reported alcohol consumption and biomarkers of liver health},
    journal = {Addictive Behaviors},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {82},
    pages = {135 - 141},
    issn = {0306-4603},
    abstract = {Introduction
    This study examines whether the association between Five Factor Model personality traits and alcohol consumption extends beyond self-report to biomarkers of alcohol consumption.
    Methods
    Community-dwelling adults from Sardinia (N = 5380), Italy, completed the revised NEO Personality Inventory and reported on alcohol consumption, while traditional biomarkers of heavy drinking, such as gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT), were assayed from blood samples.
    Results
    Associations between self-report measures were modest but consistent with previous findings on the link between personality and alcohol use. For instance, higher scores on the order and self-discipline facets of conscientiousness were associated with reduced risk of heavy alcohol consumption. Personality was also associated with GGT, though effects were small. Personality was unrelated to other biomarkers of liver health.
    Conclusions
    This study adds multi-method evidence in support of a link between personality and health behaviors.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.02.034},
    keywords = {Alcohol consumption, Gamma-glutamyl transferase, Liver heath biomarkers, NEO-PI-R, Personality traits and facets},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306460318301059},
    }                     

  • Y. Stephan, A. R. Sutin, M. Luchetti, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Subjective age and risk of incident dementia: evidence from the national health and aging trends survey, Journal of psychiatric research, vol. 100,pp. 1-4.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2018.02.008 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Stephan2018b,
    author = {Yannick Stephan and Angelina R. Sutin and Martina Luchetti and Antonio Terracciano},
    title = {Subjective age and risk of incident dementia: Evidence from the National Health and Aging Trends survey},
    journal = {Journal of Psychiatric Research},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {100},
    pages = {1 - 4},
    issn = {0022-3956},
    abstract = {The present study examines the association between subjective age and risk of incident dementia in a large longitudinal sample of older adults. Participants were adults aged 65 years and older from the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS). Subjective age, covariates, and cognitive status were assessed in 2011 and cognitive status was again assessed in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Incident dementia was determined based on answers from self and proxy respondents. The analyses included 4262 participants without dementia at baseline. Adjusting for demographic factors and baseline cognition, an older subjective age was related to higher likelihood of incident dementia. This association was partly accounted by depressive symptoms. Beyond the effect of chronological age, feeling older is associated with the risk of incident dementia.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2018.02.008},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022395617310233},
    }                     

  • G. Chevance, Y. Stephan, N. Heraud, and J. Boiche, (2018) Interaction between self-regulation, intentions and implicit attitudes in the prediction of physical activity among persons with obesity., Health psychology : official journal of the division of health psychology, american psychological association, vol. 37,pp. 257-261.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Chevance2018,
    author = {Chevance, Guillaume and Stephan, Yannick and Heraud, Nelly and Boiche, Julie},
    title = {Interaction between self-regulation, intentions and implicit attitudes in the prediction of physical activity among persons with obesity.},
    journal = {Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {37},
    pages = {257-261},
    month = {Mar},
    abstract = {OBJECTIVE: Both explicit and implicit motivational processes predict physical activity (PA); however, their respective contributions may depend on interindividual differences. This study examined the moderating role of trait impulsivity and executive functions in the associations between PA intentions, implicit attitudes toward sedentary behavior, and PA measured with accelerometers in persons with obesity. METHODS: Participants (N = 76; Mage = 56 years, SD = 11.9; MBody Mass Index = 39.1, SD = 6.5) completed baseline questionnaires measuring their PA intentions and trait impulsivity. They also performed 2 computerized tests measuring implicit attitudes toward sedentary behavior and executive functions. PA was assessed 4 months later with an accelerometer. RESULTS: Implicit attitudes toward sedentary behavior and executive functions interacted to predict PA. Higher implicit attitudes were associated with significantly lower PA in participants with low and moderate executive functions but not high executive functions. CONCLUSIONS: These results support the role of implicit processes and cognitive factors in health-related behavior adoption through time. Practically, these variables may be useful to identify individuals at risk of abandoning PA after programs who thus may benefit from complementary interventions (e.g., provide feedback on implicit attitudes and develop self-regulatory skills). (PsycINFO Database Record},
    address = {United States},
    article-doi = {10.1037/hea0000572},
    article-pii = {2018-08187-002},
    electronic-issn = {1930-7810},
    grantno = {Occitanie},
    history = {2018/03/06 06:00 [medline]},
    issue = {3},
    language = {eng},
    linking-issn = {0278-6133},
    location-id = {10.1037/hea0000572 [doi]},
    nlm-unique-id = {8211523},
    owner = {NLM},
    publication-status = {ppublish},
    revised = {20180305},
    source = {Health Psychol. 2018 Mar;37(3):257-261. doi: 10.1037/hea0000572.},
    status = {In-Data-Review},
    title-abbreviation = {Health Psychol},
    }                     

  • Z. Zhao, R. N. Salesse, L. Marin, M. Gueugnon, and B. G. Bardy, (2017) Likability’s effect on interpersonal motor coordination: exploring natural gaze direction, Frontiers in psychology, vol. 8,p. 1864.

    [ Doi 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01864 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Zhao2017,
    author = {Zhao, Zhong and Salesse, Robin N. and Marin, Ludovic and Gueugnon, Mathieu and Bardy, Benoît G.},
    title = {Likability’s Effect on Interpersonal Motor Coordination: Exploring Natural Gaze Direction},
    journal = {Frontiers in Psychology},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {1864},
    issn = {1664-1078},
    abstract = {Although existing studies indicate a positive effect of interpersonal motor coordination (IMC) on likability, no consensus has been reached as for the effect of likability back onto IMC. The present study specifically investigated the causal effect of likability on IMC and explored, by tracking the natural gaze direction, the possible underlying mechanisms. Twenty-two participants were engaged in an interpersonal finger-tapping task with a confederate in three likability conditions (baseline, likable, and unlikable), while wearing an eye tracker. They had to perform finger tapping at their comfort tempo with the confederate who tapped at the same or 1.5 times of the participant’s preferred frequency. Results showed that when tapping at the same frequency, the effect of likability on IMC varied with time. Participants coordinated at a higher level in the baseline condition at the beginning of the coordination task, and a facilitative effect of likability on IMC was revealed in the last session. As a novelty, our results evidenced a positive correlation between IMC and the amount of gaze onto the coordination partner’s movement only in the likable condition. No effect of likability was found when the confederate was tapping at 1.5 times of the participant’s preferred frequency. Our research suggests that the psychosocial property of the coordinating partner should be taken into consideration when investigating the performance of IMC and that IMC is a parameter that is sensitive to multiple factors.},
    doi = {10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01864},
    file = {:publication/Zhong_et_al_Frontiers_2017.pdf:PDF},
    url = {https://www.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01864},
    }                     

  • Z. Zhao, R. N. Salesse, M. Gueugnon, R. C. Schmidt, L. Marin, and B. G. Bardy, (2015) Moving attractive virtual agent improves interpersonal coordination stability, Human movement science, vol. 41, iss. Supplement C,pp. 240-254.

    [ Doi 10.1016/j.humov.2015.03.012 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Zhao2015,
    author = {Zhao, Z. and Salesse, R. N. and Gueugnon, M. and Schmidt, R. C. and Marin, L. and Bardy, B. G.},
    journal = {Human Movement Science},
    title = {Moving attractive virtual agent improves interpersonal coordination stability},
    year = {2015},
    issn = {0167-9457},
    number = {Supplement C},
    pages = {240 - 254},
    volume = {41},
    abstract = {Abstract Interpersonal motor coordination is influenced not only by biomechanical factors such as coordination pattern, oscillating frequency, and individual differences, but also by psychosocial factor such as likability and social competences. Based on the social stereotype of “what is beautiful is good”, the present study aimed at investigating whether people coordinate differently with physically attractive people compared to less attractive people. 34 participants were engaged in an interpersonal coordination task with different looking (virtual) agents while performing at the same time a reaction time task. Results showed that participants had more stable motor coordination with the moving attractive than with the less attractive agent, and that the difference in motor coordination could not be interpreted by a specific attention allocation strategy. Our findings provide the evidence that physical attractiveness genuinely affects how people interact with another person, and that the temporal-spatial coordinated movement varies with the partner’s psychosocial characteristics. The study broadens the perspective of exploring the effect of additional psychosocial factors on social motor coordination.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.humov.2015.03.012},
    file = {:publication/Zhong_et_al_Frontiers_2017.pdf:PDF},
    keywords = {Social motor coordination},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167945715000548},
    }                     

  • L. Borot, G. Vergotte, and S. Perrey, (2018) Different hemodynamic responses of the primary motor cortex accompanying eccentric and concentric movements: a functional nirs study, Brain sciences, vol. 8, iss. 5.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Other{Borot2018a,
    author = {Borot, Lénaic and Vergotte, Grégoire and Perrey, Stéphane},
    title = {Different Hemodynamic Responses of the Primary Motor Cortex Accompanying Eccentric and Concentric Movements: A Functional NIRS Study},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {The literature contains limited evidence on how our brains control eccentric movement. A higher activation is expected in the contralateral motor cortex (M1) but consensus has not yet been reached. Therefore, the present study aimed to compare patterns of M1 activation between eccentric and concentric movements. Nine healthy participants performed in a randomized order three sets of five repetitions of eccentric or concentric movement with the dominant elbow flexors over a range of motion of 60° at two velocities (30°/s and 60°/s). The tests were carried out using a Biodex isokinetic dynamometer with the forearm supported in the horizontal plane. The peak torque values were not significantly different between concentric and eccentric movements (p = 0.42). Hemodynamic responses of the contralateral and ipsilateral M1 were measured with a near-infrared spectroscopy system (Oxymon MkIII, Artinis). A higher contralateral M1 activity was found during eccentric movements (p = 0.04, η² = 0.47) and at the velocity of 30°/s (p = 0.039, η² = 0.48). These preliminary findings indicate a specific control mechanism in the contralateral M1 to produce eccentric muscle actions at the angular velocities investigated, although the role of other brain areas in the motor control network cannot be excluded.},
    issn = {2076-3425},
    journal = {Brain Sciences},
    keywords = {elbow flexor muscle, muscle contraction, motor control, near-infrared spectroscopy, unimanual task},
    number = {5},
    volume = {8},
    }                     

  • A. R. Sutin, Y. Stephan, and A. Terracciano, (2018) Facets of conscientiousness and objective markers of health status, Psychology & health,pp. 1-16.

    [ Doi 10.1080/08870446.2018.1464165 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Sutin2018a,
    author = {Angelina R. Sutin and Yannick Stephan and Antonio Terracciano},
    journal = {Psychology \& Health},
    title = {Facets of conscientiousness and objective markers of health status},
    year = {2018},
    note = {PMID: 29718717},
    number = {0},
    pages = {1-16},
    volume = {0},
    abstract = {Objective: To examine the association between six facets of conscientiousness (self-control, order, industriousness, traditionalism, virtue, responsibility) and objective markers of health status, including adiposity, blood markers and physical performance.Design: Cross-sectional analysis of participants from the health and retirement study (N = 12,188).Main Outcome Measures: Adiposity (body mass index, waist circumference), blood markers (A1c, HDL cholesterol, total cholesterol, cystatin c, c-reactive protein) and physical performance (lung function, grip strength, walking speed).Results: Four of the six facets of conscientiousness were associated with nearly all of the health markers: Self-control, organisation, industriousness and responsibility were related to lower adiposity, healthier metabolic, cardiovascular and inflammatory markers, and better performance on physical assessments. Traditionalism and virtue had fewer associations with these objective markers.Conclusion: This research took a facet-level approach to the association between conscientiousness and objective markers of health status. This research builds on models of conscientiousness and health to suggest that, in addition to health-risk behaviours, facets of conscientiousness are associated with more favourable biomedical markers of health status.},
    doi = {10.1080/08870446.2018.1464165},
    eprint = {https://doi.org/10.1080/08870446.2018.1464165},
    publisher = {Routledge},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1080/08870446.2018.1464165},
    }                     

  • L. Jiao, R. J. A., A. Isabelle, D. Yves, H. M. T.M., H. Birgit, L. C. S., Z. Sirui, A. Amirthagowri, R. J. P., B. C. V., S. Dan, L. S. B, S. Ambra, C. M. Christelle, C. D. C. Valérie, B. Michel, F. Luigi, P. Giuseppe, A. Elena, Y. Peter, H. Anna, L. Catherine, F. T. J., D. P. A., F. Dongsheng, D. Alex, G. Jean‐François, D. Nicolas, F. E. A., M. J. Y., B. B. F., P. R. B., R. G. A., R. O. A., and G. Ziv, (2018) Full sequencing and haplotype analysis of mapt in parkinson's disease and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, Movement disorders.

    [ Doi 10.1002/mds.27385 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Jiao,
    author = {Li Jiao and Ruskey Jennifer A. and Arnulf Isabelle and Dauvilliers Yves and Hu Michele T.M. and Högl Birgit and Leblond Claire S. and Zhou Sirui and Ambalavanan Amirthagowri and Ross Jay P. and Bourassa Cynthia V. and Spiegelman Dan and Laurent Sandra B and Stefani Ambra and Charley Monaca Christelle and Cochen De Cock Valérie and Boivin Michel and Ferini‐Strambi Luigi and Plazzi Giuseppe and Antelmi Elena and Young Peter and Heidbreder Anna and Labbe Catherine and Ferman Tanis J. and Dion Patrick A. and Fan Dongsheng and Desautels Alex and Gagnon Jean‐François and Dupré Nicolas and Fon Edward A. and Montplaisir Jacques Y. and Boeve Bradley F. and Postuma Ronald B. and Rouleau Guy A. and Ross Owen A. and Gan‐Or Ziv},
    title = {Full sequencing and haplotype analysis of MAPT in Parkinson's disease and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder},
    journal = {Movement Disorders},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {0},
    number = {0},
    abstract = {ABSTRACT Background: MAPT haplotypes are associated with PD, but their association with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder is unclear. Objective: To study the role of MAPT variants in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder. Methods: Two cohorts were included: (A) PD (n = 600), rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (n = 613) patients, and controls (n = 981); (B) dementia with Lewy bodies patients with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (n = 271) and controls (n = 950). MAPT‐associated variants and the entire coding sequence of MAPT were analyzed. Age‐, sex‐, and ethnicity‐adjusted analyses were performed to examine the association between MAPT, PD, and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder. Results: MAPT‐H2 variants were associated with PD (odds ratios: 0.62‐0.65; P = 0.010‐0.019), but not with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder. In PD, the H1 haplotype odds ratio was 1.60 (95\% confidence interval: 1.12‐2.28; P = 0.009), and the H2 odds ratio was 0.68 (95\% confidence interval: 0.48‐0.96; P = 0.03). The H2/H1 haplotypes were not associated with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder. Conclusions: Our results confirm the protective effect of the MAPT‐H2 haplotype in PD, and define its components. Furthermore, our results suggest that MAPT does not play a major role in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, emphasizing different genetic background than in PD in this locus. © 2018 International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society},
    doi = {10.1002/mds.27385},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/mds.27385},
    keywords = {REM sleep behavior disorder, Parkinson's disease, genetics, MAPT},
    url = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/mds.27385},
    }                     

  • V. Cochen De Cock, (2018) Sleep abnormalities in multiplesystem atrophy, Current treatment options in neurology, vol. 20, iss. 6,p. 16.

    [ Doi 10.1007/s11940-018-0503-8 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{CochenDeCock2018a,
    author = {Cochen De Cock, Val{\'e}rie},
    title = {Sleep Abnormalities in MultipleSystem Atrophy},
    journal = {Current Treatment Options in Neurology},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {20},
    number = {6},
    pages = {16},
    month = {Apr},
    issn = {1534-3138},
    abstract = {The purpose of this review was to explore the different sleep disorders associated with MSA, their mechanisms, and their treatments.},
    day = {20},
    doi = {10.1007/s11940-018-0503-8},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/s11940-018-0503-8},
    }                     

  • A. Coste, R. N. Salesse, M. Gueugnon, L. Marin, and B. G. Bardy, (2018) Standing or swaying to the beat: discrete auditory rhythms entrain stance and promote postural coordination stability, Gait & posture, vol. 59,pp. 28-34.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2017.09.023 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Coste2018,
    author = {Alexandre Coste and Robin N. Salesse and Mathieu Gueugnon and Ludovic Marin and Benoît G. Bardy},
    title = {Standing or swaying to the beat: Discrete auditory rhythms entrain stance and promote postural coordination stability},
    journal = {Gait \& Posture},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {59},
    pages = {28 - 34},
    issn = {0966-6362},
    abstract = {Humans seem to take social and behavioral advantages of entraining themselves with discrete auditory rhythms (e.g., dancing, communicating). We investigated the benefits of such an entrainment on posture during standing (spontaneous entrainment) and during a whole-body swaying task (intentional synchronization). We first evaluated how body sway was entrained by different auditory metronome frequencies (0.25, 0.5, and 1.0Hz). We then assessed the stabilizing role of auditory rhythms on postural control, characterized in a dynamical systems perspective by informational anchoring of the head (local stabilization) and fewer transitions from in-phase to anti-phase ankle-hip coordination (global stabilization). Our results revealed in both situations an entrainment of postural movements by external rhythms. This entrainment tended to be more effective when the metronome frequency (0.25Hz) was close to the dominant sway frequency. Particularly, we found during intentional synchronization that head movements were less variable when paced by a slower beat (informational anchoring), and that phase transitions between the two stable patterns in postural dynamics were delayed. Our findings demonstrate that human bipedal posture can be actively or spontaneously modulated by an external discrete auditory rhythm, which might be exploited for the purpose of learning and rehabilitation.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2017.09.023},
    keywords = {Rhythmic auditory stimulation, Anchoring, Postural coordination, Quiet stance, Metronome, Dynamical stability},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0966636217309281},
    }                     

  • S. D. Bella, D. Dotov, B. Bardy, and V. C. de Cock, (2018) Individualization of music‐based rhythmic auditory cueing in parkinson's disease, Annals of the new york academy of sciences.

    [ Doi 10.1111/nyas.13859 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bella2018,
    author = {Bella, Simone Dalla and Dotov, Dobromir and Bardy, Benoit and de Cock, Valerie Cochen},
    title = {Individualization of music‐based rhythmic auditory cueing in Parkinson's disease},
    journal = {Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {0},
    number = {0},
    month = {Jun},
    abstract = {Gait dysfunctions in Parkinson's disease can be partly relieved by rhythmic auditory cueing. This consists in asking patients to walk with a rhythmic auditory stimulus such as a metronome or music. The effect on gait is visible immediately in terms of increased speed and stride length. Moreover, training programs based on rhythmic cueing can have long-term benefits. The effect of rhythmic cueing, however, varies from one patient to the other. Patients' response to the stimulation may depend on rhythmic abilities, often deteriorating with the disease. Relatively spared abilities to track the beat favor a positive response to rhythmic cueing. On the other hand, most patients with poor rhythmic abilities either do not respond to the cues or experience gait worsening when walking with cues. An individualized approach to rhythmic auditory cueing with music is proposed to cope with this variability in patients' response. This approach calls for using assistive mobile technologies capable of delivering cues that adapt in real time to patients' gait kinematics, thus affording step synchronization to the beat. Individualized rhythmic cueing can provide a safe and cost-effective alternative to standard cueing that patients may want to use in their everyday lives.},
    address = {United States},
    article-doi = {10.1111/nyas.13859},
    doi = {10.1111/nyas.13859},
    electronic-issn = {1749-6632},
    electronic-publication = {20180604},
    eprint = {https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/nyas.13859},
    history = {2018/06/05 06:00 [medline]},
    keywords = {Parkinson's disease, rhythm, gait, individual differences, therapy},
    language = {eng},
    linking-issn = {0077-8923},
    location-id = {10.1111/nyas.13859 [doi]},
    nlm-unique-id = {7506858},
    owner = {NLM},
    publication-status = {aheadofprint},
    revised = {20180604},
    source = {Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2018 Jun 4. doi: 10.1111/nyas.13859.},
    status = {Publisher},
    termowner = {NOTNLM},
    title-abbreviation = {Ann N Y Acad Sci},
    url = {https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/nyas.13859},
    }                     

  • J. Deverdun, S. M. de Champfleur, S. Cabello-Aguilar, F. Maury, F. Molino, M. Charif, N. Leboucq, X. Ayrignac, P. Labauge, A. Bonafe, G. Castelnovo, E. L. Bars, C. Geny, and N. M. de Champfleur, (2014) Diffusion tensor imaging differentiates vascular parkinsonism from parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin in elderly subjects, European journal of radiology, vol. 83, iss. 11,pp. 2074-2079.

    [ Doi https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2014.07.012 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Deverdun2014a,
    author = {Jérémy Deverdun and Sophie Menjot de Champfleur and Simon Cabello-Aguilar and Florence Maury and François Molino and Mahmoud Charif and Nicolas Leboucq and Xavier Ayrignac and Pierre Labauge and Alain Bonafe and Giovanni Castelnovo and Emmanuelle Le Bars and Christian Geny and Nicolas Menjot de Champfleur},
    title = {Diffusion tensor imaging differentiates vascular parkinsonism from parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin in elderly subjects},
    journal = {European Journal of Radiology},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {83},
    number = {11},
    pages = {2074 - 2079},
    issn = {0720-048X},
    abstract = {Background and Purpose
    The etiologic diagnosis of parkinsonian syndromes is of particular importance when considering syndromes of vascular or degenerative origin. The purpose of this study is to find differences in the white-matter architecture between those two groups in elderly patients.
    Materials and Methods
    Thirty-five patients were prospectively included (multiple-system atrophy, n=5; Parkinson's disease, n=15; progressive supranuclear palsy, n=9; vascular parkinsonism, n=6), with a mean age of 76 years. Patients with multiple-system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease were grouped as having parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin. Brain MRIs included diffusion tensor imaging. Fractional anisotropy and mean-diffusivity maps were spatially normalized, and group analyses between parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin and vascular parkinsonism were performed using a voxel-based approach.
    Results
    Statistical parametric-mapping analysis of diffusion tensor imaging data showed decreased fractional anisotropy value in internal capsules bilaterally in patients with vascular parkinsonism compared to parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin (p=0.001) and showed a lower mean diffusivity in the white matter of the left superior parietal lobule (p=0.01). Fractional anisotropy values were found decreased in the middle cerebellar peduncles in multiple-system atrophy compared to Parkinson's disease and progressive supranuclear palsy. The mean diffusivity was increased in those regions for these subgroups.
    Conclusion
    Clinically defined vascular parkinsonism was associated with decreased fractional anisotropy in the deep white matter (internal capsules) compared to parkinsonian syndromes of degenerative origin. These findings are consistent with previously published neuropathological data.},
    doi = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrad.2014.07.012},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0720048X14003647},
    }                     

  • S. Bayard, E. Joly, P. Ghisletta, A. Rossignol, Y. Herades, C. Geny, M. -C. Gély-Nargeot, and L. Rochat, (2016) A multidimensional approach to impulsivity in parkinson's disease: measurement and structural invariance of the upps impulsive behaviour scale, Psychological medicine, vol. 46, iss. 14,p. 2931–2941.

    [ Doi 10.1017/S0033291716001586 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{Bayard2016,
    author = {Bayard, S. and Joly, E. and Ghisletta, P. and Rossignol, A. and Herades, Y. and Geny, C. and Gély-Nargeot, M.-C. and Rochat, L.},
    title = {A multidimensional approach to impulsivity in Parkinson's disease: measurement and structural invariance of the UPPS Impulsive Behaviour Scale},
    journal = {Psychological Medicine},
    year = {2016},
    volume = {46},
    number = {14},
    pages = {2931–2941},
    doi = {10.1017/S0033291716001586},
    publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
    }                     

  • B. Sijobert, C. Azevedo-Coste, D. Andreu, C. Verna, and C. Geny, (2016) Effects of sensitive electrical stimulation based cueing in parkinson's disease: a preliminary study, European journal of translational myology, vol. 26, iss. 2.

    [ Doi 10.4081/ejtm.2016.6018 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{EJTM6018,
    author = {Benoît Sijobert and Christine Azevedo-Coste and David Andreu and Claudia Verna and Christian Geny},
    title = {Effects of sensitive electrical stimulation based cueing in Parkinson's disease: a preliminary study},
    journal = {European Journal of Translational Myology},
    year = {2016},
    volume = {26},
    number = {2},
    issn = {2037-7460},
    abstract = {This study aims to investigate the effect of a sensitive cueing on Freezing of Gait (FOG) and gait disorders in subjects suffering from Parkinson’s disease (PD). 13 participants with Parkinson’s disease were equipped with an electrical stimulator and a foot mounted inertial measurement unit (IMU). An IMU based algorithm triggered in real time an electrical stimulus applied on the arch of foot at heel off detection. Starting from standing, subjects were asked to walk at their preferred speed on a path comprising 5m straight, u-turn and walk around tasks. Cueing globally decreased the time to achieve the different tasks in all the subjects. In “freezer” subjects, the time to complete the entire path was reduced by 19%. FOG events occurrence was lowered by 12% compared to baseline before and after cueing. This preliminary work showed a positive global effect of an electrical stimulation based cueing on gait and FOG in PD.},
    doi = {10.4081/ejtm.2016.6018},
    keywords = {Freezing of gait; Parkinson’s disease; Electrical stimulation; Cueing; Gait analysis; Inertial sensors},
    url = {https://www.pagepressjournals.org/index.php/bam/article/view/6018},
    }                     

  • M. Cecilia, G. Claire, H. Cecile, R. Mathilde, V. Jean‐Philippe, L. Lise, C. Perrine, A. Xavier, S. Sabrina, C. Patrick, C. Danielle, P. Laurine, B. Anelia, D. Adrian, L. Ouhaïd, M. Eugenie, C. Bertrand, M. R. Juntas, G. Victoria, C. Clarisse, A. Souhayla, M. Claude, O. Elisabeth, P. Nicolas, C. Dominique, G. Christian, A. Jean‐Philippe, T. Christine, C. Mireille, L. Pierre, A. Mathieu, G. Cyril, C. Patrick, and K. Michel, (2016) Mini‐exome coupled to read‐depth based copy number variation analysis in patients with inherited ataxias, Human mutation, vol. 37, iss. 12,pp. 1340-1353.

    [ Doi 10.1002/humu.23063 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{doi:10.1002/humu.23063,
    author = {Marelli Cecilia and Guissart Claire and Hubsch Cecile and Renaud Mathilde and Villemin Jean‐Philippe and Larrieu Lise and Charles Perrine and Ayrignac Xavier and Sacconi Sabrina and Collignon Patrick and Cuntz‐Shadfar Danielle and Perrin Laurine and Benarrosh Anelia and Degardin Adrian and Lagha‐Boukbiza Ouhaïd and Mutez Eugenie and Carlander Bertrand and Morales Raul Juntas and Gonzalez Victoria and Carra‐Dalliere Clarisse and Azakri Souhayla and Mignard Claude and Ollagnon Elisabeth and Pageot Nicolas and Chretien Dominique and Geny Christian and Azulay Jean‐Philippe and Tranchant Christine and Claustres Mireille and Labauge Pierre and Anheim Mathieu and Goizet Cyril and Calvas Patrick and Koenig Michel},
    title = {Mini‐Exome Coupled to Read‐Depth Based Copy Number Variation Analysis in Patients with Inherited Ataxias},
    journal = {Human Mutation},
    year = {2016},
    volume = {37},
    number = {12},
    pages = {1340-1353},
    abstract = {ABSTRACT Next‐generation sequencing (NGS) has an established diagnostic value for inherited ataxia. However, the need of a rigorous process of analysis and validation remains challenging. Moreover, copy number variations (CNV) or dynamic expansions of repeated sequence are classically considered not adequately detected by exome sequencing technique. We applied a strategy of mini‐exome coupled to read‐depth based CNV analysis to a series of 33 patients with probable inherited ataxia and onset <50 years. The mini‐exome consisted of the capture of 4,813 genes having associated clinical phenotypes. Pathogenic variants were found in 42\% and variants of uncertain significance in 24\% of the patients. These results are comparable to those from whole exome sequencing and better than previous targeted NGS studies. CNV and dynamic expansions of repeated CAG sequence were identified in three patients. We identified both atypical presentation of known ataxia genes (ATM, NPC1) and mutations in genes very rarely associated with ataxia (ERCC4, HSD17B4). We show that mini‐exome bioinformatics data analysis allows the identification of CNV and dynamic expansions of repeated sequence. Our study confirms the diagnostic value of the proposed genetic analysis strategy. We also provide an algorithm for the multidisciplinary process of analysis, interpretation, and validation of NGS data.},
    doi = {10.1002/humu.23063},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/humu.23063},
    keywords = {ataxia, mini‐exome, exome sequencing, copy number variations, molecular diagnosis, trinucleotide repeat expansion},
    url = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/humu.23063},
    }                     

  • S. Benoît, A. Christine, A. David, V. Claudia, and G. Christian, (2017) Effects of sensitive electrical stimulation‐based somatosensory cueing in parkinson's disease gait and freezing of gait assessment, Artificial organs, vol. 41, iss. 11,p. E222-E232.

    [ Doi 10.1111/aor.13059 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{doi:10.1111/aor.13059,
    author = {Sijobert Benoît and Azevedo Christine and Andreu David and Verna Claudia and Geny Christian},
    title = {Effects of Sensitive Electrical Stimulation‐Based Somatosensory Cueing in Parkinson's Disease Gait and Freezing of Gait Assessment},
    journal = {Artificial Organs},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {41},
    number = {11},
    pages = {E222-E232},
    abstract = {Abstract This study aims to investigate the effect of a somatosensory cueing on gait disorders in subjects with Parkinson's disease (PD). After having performed stepping in place and timed up and go assessing tasks, 13 participants with PD were equipped with an electrical stimulator and an inertial measurement unit (IMU) located under the lateral malleolus on the sagittal plane. Electrodes were positioned under the arch of the foot and electrical stimulation (ES) parameters (five 500 µs/phase charge‐balanced biphasic pulses delivered at 200 Hz, repeated four times at 10 Hz) adjusted to deliver a sensitive signal. Online IMU signal was processed in order to trigger ES at heel off detection. Starting from a quiet standing posture, subjects were asked to walk at their preferred speed on a path including 5 m straight line, u‐turn, and walk around tasks. Three situations were considered: no stimulation baseline precondition (C0), ES condition (C1), and no stimulation baseline post‐condition (C0bis), for eliminating a learning effect possibility. In ES condition (C1) the time to execute the different tasks was globally decreased in all the subjects (n = 13). Participants’ results were then grouped regarding whether they experienced freezing of gait (FOG) or not during C0 no stimulation baseline precondition. In “freezer” subjects (n = 9), the time to complete the entire path was reduced by 19\%. FOG episodes occurrence was decreased by 12\% compared to baseline conditions. This preliminary work showed a positive global effect on gait and FOG in PD by a somatosensory cueing based on sensitive electrical stimulation.},
    doi = {10.1111/aor.13059},
    eprint = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/aor.13059},
    keywords = {Parkinson's disease, —Electrical stimulation, —Freezing of gait, —Inertial measurement units, —Stepping in place},
    url = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aor.13059},
    }                     

  • C. Geny, C. Verna, A. Arifi, E. Ferreira, C. Boubakri, and H. Blain, (2018) Développement d’un outil d’aide à la consultation des patients parkinsoniens institutionnalisés, Gériatrie et psychologie neuropsychiatrie du vieillissement, vol. 16, iss. 1,p. 106–111.

    [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{geny2018developpement,
    author = {Geny, Christian and Verna, Claudia and Arifi, Alexia and Ferreira, Ernestine and Boubakri, Choukri and Blain, Hubert},
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  • A. P. Bó. Lanari, A. Christine, G. Christian, P. Philippe, and F. Charles, (2014) On the use of fixed‐intensity functional electrical stimulation for attenuating essential tremor, Artificial organs, vol. 38, iss. 11,pp. 984-991.

    [ Doi 10.1111/aor.12261 ] [ Bibtex ]

                 @Article{doi:10.1111/aor.12261,
    author = {Bó Antônio Padilha Lanari and Azevedo‐Coste Christine and Geny Christian and Poignet Philippe and Fattal Charles},
    title = {On the Use of Fixed‐Intensity Functional Electrical Stimulation for Attenuating Essential Tremor},
    journal = {Artificial Organs},
    year = {2014},
    volume = {38},
    number = {11},
    pages = {984-991},
    abstract = {Abstract A great proportion of essential tremor (ET) patients have not so far been able to receive functional benefits from traditional therapies. In this regard, the use of functional electrical stimulation (FES) has been proposed for reducing tremor amplitude by stimulating muscles in antiphase with respect to the trembling motion. Although some studies have reported success in terms of tremor attenuation, drawbacks still exist that prevent the method from being used in real‐life applications. In this article, we explore an alternative approach: a strategy based on the hypothesis that FES‐induced constant muscle contraction may provide functional benefit for tremor patients. To evaluate the proposed strategy, experiments were conducted in which stimulation was intermittently turned on and off while the subjects performed a static motor task. The results of the proposed experimental protocol indicate that tremor attenuation using this strategy is feasible, as consistent tremor attenuation levels were obtained in eight out of 10 ET patients. Nonetheless, tremor reduction was not instantaneous for all succes