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Tallet, Jessica (1979-....).

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Works: 15 works in 20 publications in 2 languages and 24 library holdings
Roles: Thesis advisor, Author, Other, Opponent
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Most widely held works by Jessica Tallet
Approche dynamique de la mémoire motrice humaine : principes gouvernant la persistance et l'oubli de comportements perceptivo-moteurs: l'exemple des coordinations bimanuelles rythmiques by Jessica Tallet( Book )

3 editions published between 2007 and 2010 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Human memory can be defined as the capacity to learn new elements, to retain some of them and to forget others. Although it is generally believed as extremely persistent, motor memory does not escape from forgetting. To date, its functioning remains obscure. Accordingly, this work aims to try to better understand how some perceptivo-motor behaviours can persist while some others are forgotten in spite of similar practice and retention conditions. More precisely, we try to identify one or some general principle(s) which would allow predicting one behaviour fate (persistence or forgetting) after its practice. After examining this question with respect to the traditional theories, memory is re-considered in the light of concepts and tools of the Dynamical Patterns Theory. This theory put forth the idea that the stable behaviours already existing in the coordination repertoire before any practice constrain the stabilization of a new required behaviour during practice and its persistence after practice
An enhanced experimental procedure to rationalize on the impairment of perception of action capabilities by Yannick Daviaux( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Corrélats comportementaux, neurophysiologiques et neuropsychologiques des mouvements miroirs chez le sujet sain et le patient cérébro-lésé by Joseph Tisseyre( Book )

2 editions published in 2019 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Symmetrical bimanual movements represent the default coordinated behavior of the central nervous system. Thus, execution of strictly unimanual motor tasks requires a cerebral network that can limit symmetrical bimanual movements. Transient alteration or dysfunction of these neural circuits can lead to mirror movements (MM), which are defined as involuntary movements or contractions occurring in homologous muscles contralateral to voluntary movements. Particularly discreet in healthy adults or exacerbated in different pathological conditions, MM seem to be asymmetric between the right and left upper limbs. Nevertheless, the conditions under which this asymmetry occurs and the associated brain correlates remain poorly understood. Thus, the main objectives of this thesis were to (1) investigate the conditions under which behavioural asymmetry of MM appears in right-handed healthy adults and brain-injured patients, (2) investigate the motor, attentional and executive correlates of behavioural asymmetry of MM in right-handed healthy adults and (3) explore the link between attentional and executive functions and MM in healthy adults and brain-injured patients. For this purpose, we adopted a multimodal approach that includes behavioural, neurophysiological and neuropsychological investigations. Our results reveal that the behavioural asymmetry of MM depends on the type of task performed (strength level and rhythmic aspect of the unimanual task) and highlight a cerebral asymmetry with greater ipsilateral motor activations during left unimanual movement than right unimanual movement in right-handed healthy adult. An increase in attentional and executive activations was also observed in healthy adults during a task involving asymmetric MM, and a neuropsychological evaluation revealed a link between the degree of executive control and MM in healthy adults and brain-injured patients. The overall results of this thesis suggest that the asymmetry of MM could reflect differences in cerebral functioning in the control of each limb. Finally, our results support the idea of increased involvement of cognitive processes in the regulation of voluntary and involuntary motor control
Age-related changes in post-movement beta synchronization during a selective inhibition task by Etienne Sallard( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Is Developmental Coordination Disorder a Dysconnection Syndrome? by Jessica Tallet( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Effets moteurs et cognitifs de la danse pour des jeunes ayant une paralysie cérébrale by Claire Cherrière( Book )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La paralysie cérébrale (PC) entraîne des troubles moteurs (notamment de l'équilibre et de la marche). Elle peut également entraîner des troubles cognitifs (notamment de l'attention) et avoir des répercussions psychosociales importantes. Les approches rééducatives doivent être globales pour prendre en compte l'ensemble de ces dimensions pouvant être touchées par la PC. La danse est une activité physique qui entraîne des améliorations motrices, cognitives et psychosociales auprès de différentes populations ayant des troubles d'origine neurologique. Elle peut être considérée comme une forme d'entraînement rythmique impliquant la synchronisation des mouvements au rythme de la musique (synchronisation sensorimotrice), et il serait intéressant d'étudier davantage ce mécanisme dans la population ayant une PC. Trois études ont été menées afin de (1) valider les effets globaux d'interventions en danse chez les personnes ayant une PC et (2) étudier un des mécanismes pouvant contribuer à ces effets auprès de jeunes ayant une PC. La première contribution de cette thèse est de proposer une étude de la portée concernant les effets d'interventions en danse auprès de personnes ayant une PC. Dans une étude expérimentale, nous avons ensuite évalué les effets d'une intervention en danse en contexte rééducatif sur des fonctions et activités motrices (équilibre et marche) et des fonctions cognitives (attention et production rythmique) d'adolescent.e.s ayant une PC. Enfin, une étude expérimentale a permis d'explorer les capacités de production rythmique d'enfants ayant une PC en évaluant leur synchronisation sensorimotrice à différents tempi. Nos résultats montrent que la pratique de la danse pour des personnes ayant une PC entraîne des bienfaits moteurs et de potentiels bienfaits cognitifs et psychosociaux, malgré un faible nombre de travaux scientifiques sur le sujet (Etude 1). Ces résultats sont confirmés par l'amélioration significative des performances d'équilibre et de production rythmique dans le groupe d'adolescent.e.s ayant participé à notre programme d'intervention en danse (Etude 2). Nos résultats suggèrent également que les enfants ayant une PC ont des habiletés rythmiques partiellement préservées, et que les interventions en danse basées sur le rythme devraient en tenir compte (Etude 3). La danse apparaît comme une approche prometteuse en rééducation et ses bienfaits potentiels aux niveaux cognitif et psychosocial devraient être davantage étudiés à l'avenir
Apprentissage procédural moteur et mémoire procédurale dans le trouble développemental de la coordination : études comportementales, en électroencéphalographie et en imagerie par résonance magnétique by Mélody Blais( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le Trouble Développemental de la Coordination (TDC) se caractérise par une altération des habiletés motrices. Si le déficit du contrôle moteur est univoque, les études testant un déficit d'apprentissage procédural moteur restent peu nombreuses et aboutissent à des résultats divergents. L'objectif principal de ce travail est de mettre en évidence les conditions dans lesquelles les enfants présentant un TDC manifestent ou non un déficit d'apprentissage procédural et de la mémoire procédurale. Quatre études ont été menées pour comparer l'apprentissage procédural moteur d'enfants présentant un TDC et d'enfants contrôles. Nous avons testé des tâches comportementales d'apprentissage variées telles que l'apprentissage d'une nouvelle coordination bimanuelle, l'apprentissage de séquences perceptivo-motrices et l'apprentissage de séquences motrices rythmiques dans différentes conditions. Nous avons investigué les corrélats cérébraux fonctionnels et structurels associés, en utilisant l'électroencéphalographie ou l'imagerie par résonance magnétique. Les résultats indiquent des différences comportementales et cérébrales lors de tâches d'apprentissage, révélées par des variables spécifiques. De plus, certaines conditions expérimentales ont amélioré l'apprentissage procédural et la mémoire procédurale des enfants présentant un TDC. Ces résultats amènent à penser que les conditions favorisant l'apprentissage et la mémoire procédurale des enfants présentant un TDC pourraient contribuer à une meilleure prise en charge
Entraînement aux processus temporels et lien avec l'attention chez un adolescent présentant un trouble du déficit de l'attention/hyperactivité by Camille Bonnichon( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Rôle de l'inhibition dans la mémorisation de coordinations motrices complexes by Jessica Tallet( )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Mirror Movements are Linked to Executive Control in Healthy and Brain-injured Adults( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Highlights: Executive control predicts the amount and intensity of mirror movements. Mirror movements are occasionally more asymmetric in brain-injured patients. A sustained attention deficit persists in chronic brain-injured patients. Abstract: It has been shown that brain-injured patients (BIP) have exacerbated mirror movements (MM). MM are involuntary contractions occurring in homologous muscles contralateral to voluntary movements, particularly in distal upper limb muscles. Attentional and inhibitory processes have been proposed as key factors to explain the level of MM. However, the link between MM and attentional/inhibitory processes has never been formally tested. The present study aims to test this link in 24 right-handed healthy adults and eight chronic BIP. We investigated the link between the amount/intensity of MM and attentional/inhibitory functions. For each participant, MM produced on each limb were assessed with two tasks, and the attentional and inhibitory functions were assessed with six neuropsychological tests. Our results showed (1) a greater amount and intensity of MM and (2) a selective deficit in sustained attention in BIP compared to healthy adults. Moreover, (3) in all participants - independent of the type of task used to evaluate MM - the amount and intensity of MM was predicted by the level of executive control, assessed by the Trail Making Test. High level of MM was associated with weak executive control abilities. This study is the first to highlight the link between MM and executive functioning, which may have implications for rehabilitation in BIP
T80. Alteration of intermuscular coherence in synergistic muscle pairs during actual elbow flexion contractions after cervical spinal cord injury( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Introduction: During isometric contractions, the level of antagonist muscles activation is increased in people with cervical spinal cord injury (cSCI) in comparison to healthy participants. This alteration of antagonists activation after cSCI has been primarily associated with a lower cortical control of the spinal mechanisms - especially reciprocal inhibition - regulating agonists-antagonists co-activation. Through time-frequency intermuscular coherence analysis, which is likely to reflect the strength of the common neural drive across multiple muscles, this study investigates the influence of a cSCI on the common neural drive regulating the activity of agonist and antagonist muscles pairs. Methods: The EMG of elbow flexors (biceps brachii, brachioradialis) and elbow extensors (long and short heads of the triceps brachii) was recorded while 8 participants with cSCI (SCI group) and 10 able-bodied participants (AB group) performed 21 isometric 6-s elbow isometric flexion contractions at 3 force levels (20%, 40% and 60% of MVC). The magnitude of intermuscular coherence between the EMG signals from elbow flexors (AGO-AGO), elbow extensors (ANTAGO-ANTAGO) and all possible pairs of elbow flexors-extensors (AGO-ANTAGO) was quantified in alpha (8-12 Hz), beta (15-30 Hz) and gamma (35-60 Hz) frequency bands. The magnitude of the intermuscular coherence and the mean net joint torque produced around the elbow joint were analyzed over a 2-s stable force production window for all contractions. The effects of the Force level and Group were tested using adequate statistical tests according to the distribution of the dependent variables. Results: Results revealed that the net joint torque significantly increased with the Force level in both groups with no significant Group difference. In the beta-band, AGO-ANTAGO intermuscular coherence magnitude was significantly lower in the SCI group than in the AB group. In the gamma-band, the ANTAGO-ANTAGO intermuscular coherence magnitude significantly increased concomitantly with the Force level in both groups. No significant intermuscular coherence was found in the alpha-band, whatever the group and the muscle pair. Conclusion: The alteration of AGO-ANTAGO intermuscular coherence magnitude in the beta-band after cSCI could reflect reduced common neural drive influencing the spinal inhibitory mechanisms. This finding may suggest lower common drive to agonist-antagonist muscle pairs in SCI participants, which could take part in the alteration of antagonist muscles co-activation. Increased ANTAGO-ANTAGO coherence magnitude with the force level revealed in the gamma-band could be related to the Piper rhythm phenomenon, which contributes to synchronize muscle activations to gain in efficiency, especially at high force levels. Despite lower intermuscular coupling between agonist and antagonist muscles, our results taken together support that the central mechanisms controlling the modulation of the force level are preserved during actual contractions after cSCI
Interdependent relationships between the mental representation and psychophysiological correlates of action by Thiago Ferreira Dias Kanthack( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The main purpose of the present work was to add substantial data regarding the psychophysiological correlates of action with respective mental representation. A total of six experimental protocols were developed to understand the mechanisms of using motor imagery concomitant and after actual practice, and the effects of exercise on motor imagery ability. According to our findings, motor imagery can very be usefull when performed concomitant with actual practice and even after an exercise session, when fatigue is most present. We demonstrate that higher levels of motor imagery ability are not always linked with greater performance enhancement. Unprecedentedly, we reported that an exercise session might even be beneficial for motor imagery ability of high-automated task. In addition, prolonged intermittent exercise session are more likely to impair motor imagery ability in comparison with continuous exercise. These findings are of special interest of sports coaches and rehabilitation professionals, which usually incorporate motor imagery into their physical training sessions
I can't reach it! Focus on theta sensorimotor rhythm toward a better understanding of impaired action-perception coupling( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Approche dynamique de la mémoire motrice humaine : principes gouvernant la persistance et l'oubli de comportements perceptivo-moteurs: l'exemple des coordinations bimanuelles rythmiques
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