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Exercice, sensorimotricity, cognition (EXSECO)
- Impact of objectively-assessed physical activity and sedentary behavior on cognitive functioning
- Moderating role of age (children, adolescents, young adults, older adults) and pathologies (Parkinson Disease, Cancer) on these relationships
- Neurotrophins as mediators of neurocognitive changes induced by regular physical activity
Actigraphy, executive functions, inhibitory control, event-related potentials, brain-derived neurotrophical factors, cognitive aging
Fabienne Collette (PhD), University of Liege (Belgium)
Gaëtan Garraux (MD, PhD), University of Liege (Belgium)
Florence Boiffard (MD), ICO, Nantes
Member and vice-president of the scientific expertise commission, faculty of Sports Sciences, Poitiers
– Cognitive deficits in normal aging and positive effect of aerobic physical activity (“adapted physical activity and health” specialty, faculty of sports sciences, Angouleme and Poitiers)
– Data analysis (faculty of sports sciences, Angouleme and Poitiers)
– Negative influence of normal and pathological aging on motor and cognitive functions and compensatory effects of physical activities (“adapted physical activity and health”, faculty of sports sciences, Poitiers)
– Metrology of the aerobic fitness in older adults (“adapted physical activity and health”, faculty of sports sciences, Poitiers)
– Effect of aerobic exercise on cognition and brain mechanisms involved (“Psychological Sciences”, faculty of psychology, Poitiers).
– Role of physical activity on anxiety, depression and cognitive functions (“Integration of disabled people”, Niort)
Boucard, G., Albinet, C., Bouquet, C.A., Bugaïska, A., Clarys, D., & Audiffren, M (2012). Impact of physical activity on executive functions in aging: a selective effect on inhibition among old adults. Journal of sport & Exercise Psychology, 34, 808-827.
Albinet, C., Boucard, G., Bouquet, C.A., & Audiffren, M. (2012). Processing speed and executive functions in cognitive aging: how to disentangle their mutual relationship? Brain and cognition, 79, 1-11.
Abou-Dest, A., Albinet, C., Boucard, G., & Audiffren, M. (2012). Swimming as a Positive Moderator of Cognitive Aging: A Cross-Sectional Study with a Multitask Approach. Journal of Aging Research, vol. 2012, Article ID 273185. doi:10.1155/2012/273185
Albinet, C., Boucard, G., Bouquet, C.A., & Audiffren, M. (2010). Increased heart rate variability and executive performance after aerobic training in the elderly. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 109 (24), 617-624.