Nicolas Gueugneau
Nicolas Gueugneau
Université Bourgogne Franche-Conté
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Motor cortical plasticity induced by motor learning through mental practice
L Avanzino, N Gueugneau, A Bisio, P Ruggeri, C Papaxanthis, M Bove
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 105, 2015
692015
The influence of eye movements on the temporal features of executed and imagined arm movements
N Gueugneau, L Crognier, C Papaxanthis
Brain research 1187, 95-102, 2008
472008
Circadian modulation of mentally simulated motor actions: implications for the potential use of motor imagery in rehabilitation
N Gueugneau, B Mauvieux, C Papaxanthis
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 23 (3), 237-245, 2009
462009
Time-of-day effects on the internal simulation of motor actions: psychophysical evidence from pointing movements with the dominant and non-dominant arm
N Gueugneau, C Papaxanthis
Chronobiology international 27 (3), 620-639, 2010
322010
Observing and perceiving: a combined approach to induce plasticity in human motor cortex
A Bisio, L Avanzino, N Gueugneau, T Pozzo, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (6), 1212-1220, 2015
312015
Interhemispheric inhibition during mental actions of different complexity
N Gueugneau, M Bove, L Avanzino, A Jacquin, T Pozzo, C Papaxanthis
PLoS One 8 (2), e56973, 2013
242013
Dominant vs. nondominant arm advantage in mentally simulated actions in right handers
P Gandrey, C Paizis, V Karathanasis, N Gueugneau, C Papaxanthis
Journal of Neurophysiology 110 (12), 2887-2894, 2013
192013
High-frequency neuromuscular electrical stimulation modulates interhemispheric inhibition in healthy humans
N Gueugneau, S Grosprêtre, P Stapley, R Lepers
Journal of Neurophysiology 117 (1), 467-475, 2017
152017
Modèles internes et imagerie motrice
F Lebon, N Gueugneau, C Papaxanthis
Movement & Sport Sciences-Science & Motricité, 51-61, 2013
122013
Direct mapping rather than motor prediction subserves modulation of corticospinal excitability during observation of actions in real time
N Gueugneau, SI Mc Cabe, JI Villalta, ST Grafton, V Della-Maggiore
Journal of Neurophysiology 113 (10), 3700-3707, 2015
112015
Central contribution to electrically induced fatigue depends on stimulation frequency
S Grosprêtre, N Gueugneau, A Martin, R Lepers
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 49 (8), 1530-1540, 2017
102017
Daily update of motor predictions by physical activity
N Gueugneau, N Schweighofer, C Papaxanthis
Scientific reports 5, 17933, 2015
92015
Daily modulation of the speed–accuracy trade-off
N Gueugneau, T Pozzo, C Darlot, C Papaxanthis
Neuroscience 356, 142-150, 2017
72017
Stimulation magnétique transcrânienne et imagerie motrice: corrélats neurophysiologiques de l'action mentalement simulée
F Lebon, N Gueugneau, C Papaxanthis
Movement Sport Sciences, 21-30, 2013
52013
Presynaptic inhibition mechanisms may subserve the spinal excitability modulation induced by neuromuscular electrical stimulation
S Grosprêtre, N Gueugneau, A Martin, R Lepers
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 40, 95-101, 2018
32018
Interhemispheric inhibition is dynamically regulated during action observation
N Gueugneau, M Bove, Y Ballay, C Papaxanthis
cortex 78, 138-149, 2016
32016
La simulation mentale du mouvement: Données expérimentales et implications cliniques
N GUEUGNEAU, T POZZO, C PAPAXANTHIS
Kinésithérapie scientifique, 29-37, 2007
32007
Children with Dyslexia Have Altered Cross-Modal Processing Linked to Binocular Fusion. A Pilot Study
P Quercia, T Pozzo, A Marino, AL Guillemant, C Cappe, N Gueugneau
Clinical Ophthalmology (Auckland, NZ) 14, 437, 2020
12020
Alteration in binocular fusion modifies audiovisual integration in children
P Quercia, T Pozzo, A Marino, AL Guillemant, C Cappe, N Gueugneau
Clinical Ophthalmology (Auckland, NZ) 13, 1137, 2019
12019
L’IMAGE MENTALE DU MOUVEMENT EST-ELLE SOUS L’INFLUENCE D’UNE RYTHMICITE CIRCADIENNE?
N Gueugneau, BMC Papaxanthis
Elisabeth ROSNET, Présidente de la Société Française de Psychologie du Sport …, 0
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