Matthieu Boisgontier
Matthieu Boisgontier
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TitleCited byYear
Age-related differences in attentional cost associated with postural dual tasks: increased recruitment of generic cognitive resources in older adults
MP Boisgontier, IAM Beets, J Duysens, A Nieuwboer, RT Krampe, ...
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 37 (8), 1824-1837, 2013
1642013
The anova to mixed model transition
MP Boisgontier, B Cheval
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 68, 1004-1005, 2016
1072016
Aging and motor inhibition: a converging perspective provided by brain stimulation and imaging approaches
O Levin, H Fujiyama, MP Boisgontier, SP Swinnen, JJ Summers
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 43, 100-117, 2014
692014
Muscle fatigue degrades force sense at the ankle joint
N Vuillerme, M Boisgontier
Gait & Posture 28 (3), 521-524, 2008
642008
Presbypropria: the effects of physiological ageing on proprioceptive control
MP Boisgontier, I Olivier, O Chenu, V Nougier
Age 34 (5), 1179-1194, 2012
502012
Ageing of internal models: from a continuous to an intermittent proprioceptive control of movement
MP Boisgontier, V Nougier
Age 35, 1339-1355, 2013
462013
Tongue-placed tactile biofeedback suppresses the deleterious effects of muscle fatigue on joint position sense at the ankle
N Vuillerme, M Boisgontier, O Chenu, J Demongeot, Y Payan
Experimental Brain Research 183 (2), 235-240, 2007
392007
Two hands, one brain, and aging
C Maes, J Gooijers, JJ Orban de Xivry, SP Swinnen, MP Boisgontier
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 75, 234-256, 2017
372017
Inter-individual variability in sensory weighting of a plantar pressure-based, tongue-placed tactile biofeedback for controlling posture
N Vuillerme, O Chenu, N Pinsault, M Boisgontier, J Demongeot, Y Payan
Neuroscience Letters 421 (2), 173-177, 2007
342007
Individual differences in brainstem and basal ganglia structure predict postural control and balance loss in young and older adults.
MP Boisgontier, B Cheval, S Chalavi, P van Ruitenbeek, I Leunissen, ...
Neurobiology of Aging 50, 47-59, 2017
332017
Reduced neural differentiation between feedback conditions after bimanual coordination training with and without augmented visual feedback
IAM Beets, J Gooijers, MP Boisgontier, L Pauwels, JP Coxon, ...
Cerebral Cortex 25 (7), 1958-1969, 2015
282015
Behavioral and neural evidence of the rewarding value of exercise behaviors: A systematic review
B Cheval, R Radel, JL Neva, LA Boyd, SP Swinnen, D Sander, ...
Sports Medicine 48, 1389-1404, 2018
272018
Both age and physical activity level impact on eye-hand coordination
F Van Halewyck, A Lavrysen, O Levin, MP Boisgontier, D Elliott, ...
Human movement science 36, 80-96, 2014
272014
How a plantar pressure-based, tongue-placed tactile biofeedback modifies postural control mechanisms during quiet standing
N Vuillerme, N Pinsault, O Chenu, M Boisgontier, J Demongeot, Y Payan
Experimental Brain Research 181 (4), 547-554, 2007
262007
Changes in the relative contribution of each leg to the control of quiet two-legged stance following unilateral plantar–flexor muscles fatigue
N Vuillerme, M Boisgontier
European journal of applied physiology 110 (1), 207-213, 2010
232010
Motor aging results from cerebellar neuron death
MP Boisgontier
Trends in Neurosciences 38 (3), 127-128, 2015
212015
Proprioception in the cerebellum
MP Boisgontier, SP Swinnen
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 212, 2014
212014
Factors underlying age-related changes in discrete aiming
F Van Halewyck, A Lavrysen, O Levin, MP Boisgontier, D Elliott, ...
Experimental brain research 233 (6), 1733-1744, 2015
192015
Avoiding sedentary behaviors requires more cortical resources than avoiding physical activity: an EEG study
B Cheval, E Tipura, N Burra, J Frossard, J Chanal, D Orsholits, R Radel, ...
Neuropsychologia 119, 68-80, 2018
172018
Effectiveness of a tongue-placed electrotactile biofeedback to improve ankle force sense following plantar-flexor muscles fatigue
N Vuillerme, M Boisgontier
Gait & posture 30 (4), 556-559, 2009
172009
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