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    Online and Offline Performance Gains Following Motor Imagery Practice: A Comprehensive Review of Behavioral and Neuroimaging Studies.Franck Di Rienzo, Ursula Debarnot, Sébastien Daligault, Elodie Saruco, Claude Delpuech, Julien Doyon, Christian Collet & Aymeric Guillot - 2016 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10:188396.
    There is now compelling evidence that motor imagery (MI) promotes motor learning. While MI has been shown to influence the early stages of the learning process, recent data revealed that sleep also contributes to the consolidation of the memory trace. How such “online” and “offline” processes take place and how they interact to impact the neural underpinnings of movements has received little attention. The aim of the present review is twofold: i) providing an overview of recent applied and fundamental studies (...)
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    Associating Vehicles Automation With Drivers Functional State Assessment Systems: A Challenge for Road Safety in the Future.Christian Collet & Oren Musicant - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13:408476.
    In the near future, vehicles will gradually gain more autonomous functionalities. Drivers’ activity will be less about driving than about monitoring intelligent systems to which driving action will be delegated. Road safety, therefore, remains dependent on the human factor and we should identify the limits beyond which driver’s functional state (DFS) may no longer be able to ensure safety. Depending on the level of automation, estimating the DFS may have different targets, e.g. assessing driver’s situation awareness in lower levels of (...)
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    Is Globalization Undermining Civilizational Identities? A Test of Huntington's Core State Assumptions among the Publics of Greater Asia and the Pacific.Christian Collet & Takashi Inoguchi - 2012 - Japanese Journal of Political Science 13 (4):553-585.
    Samuel Huntington's influential clash of civilizations hypothesis (Huntington, 1993; Huntington, 1996) has been widely debated, but empirical tests of his ideas about core states remain limited at the micro-level. In this paper, we bring new evidence to bear, focusing on the : Greater Asia and the Pacific. Using the AsiaBarometer, we examine the extent to which publics in the region identify with the core states of the supposedly most contentious civilizations in the region and the factors that influence those perceptions. (...)
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    Stabilometric Correlates of Motor and Motor Imagery Expertise.Franck Di Rienzo, Pierric Joassy, Thiago Ferreira Dias Kanthack, François Moncel, Quentin Mercier, Christian Collet & Aymeric Guillot - 2022 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15.
    Motor Imagery reproduces cognitive operations associated with the actual motor preparation and execution. Postural recordings during MI reflect somatic motor commands targeting peripheral effectors involved in balance control. However, how these relate to the actual motor expertise and may vary along with the MI modality remains debated. In the present experiment, two groups of expert and non-expert gymnasts underwent stabilometric assessments while performing physically and mentally a balance skill. We implemented psychometric measures of MI ability, while stabilometric variables were calculated (...)
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    Does anodal cerebellar tDCS boost transfer of after-effects from throwing to pointing during prism adaptation?Lisa Fleury, Francesco Panico, Alexandre Foncelle, Patrice Revol, Ludovic Delporte, Sophie Jacquin-Courtois, Christian Collet & Yves Rossetti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Prism Adaptation is a useful method to study the mechanisms of sensorimotor adaptation. After-effects following adaptation to the prismatic deviation constitute the probe that adaptive mechanisms occurred, and current evidence suggests an involvement of the cerebellum at this level. Whether after-effects are transferable to another task is of great interest both for understanding the nature of sensorimotor transformations and for clinical purposes. However, the processes of transfer and their underlying neural substrates remain poorly understood. Transfer from throwing to pointing is (...)
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    An emerging paradigm: a strength-based approach to exploring mental imagery.Tadhg E. MacIntyre, Aidan P. Moran, Christian Collet & Aymeric Guillot - 2013 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7.