Motor control and cognition
The main goal of the Motor Control and Cognition team is to understand the link between motor control, motor learning and higher cognitive functions in healthy and pathological conditions. We explore the human capacity to plan different actions and form decisions from an abstract level (e.g number processing) to more concrete situation (e.g the ability to use tools). We also seek to understand the impact of mental effort and consecutive mental fatigue on these activities.
We study behaviour and address its neural underpinnings with electrophysiology, pupillometry, transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional neuroimaging. In addition, we use computational models to emulate the cognitive processes at play.
- Functional brain connectivity changes across the human life span: From fetal development to old age. Manon Edde, Gaëlle Leroux, Ellemarije Altena, Sandra Chanraud. J Neurosci Res. 2020-06-18.
- An information-theoretic perspective on the costs of cognition. Alexandre Zénon, Oleg Solopchuk, Giovanni Pezzulo. Neuropsychologia. 2019-02-01. 123 : 5-18.
- Inter-individual differences in the impulsive/compulsive dimension: deciphering related dopaminergic and serotonergic metabolisms at rest. Françoise Dellu-Hagedorn, Marion Rivalan, Aurélie Fitoussi, Philippe De Deurwaerdère. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 2018-02-26. 373 (1744) : 20170154.
- A safety mechanism for observational learning.. Arnaud Badets, Arnaud Boutin, Thomas Michelet. Psychon Bull Rev. 2017-07-27. 25 (2) : 643-650.
- Checking behavior in rhesus monkeys is related to anxiety and frontal activity.. Marion Bosc, Bernard Bioulac, Nicolas Langbour, Tho Hai Nguyen, Michel Goillandeau, Benjamin Dehay, Pierre Burbaud, Thomas Michelet. Sci Rep. 2017-03-28. 7 (1)
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