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Cognition, Action, and sensorimotor plasticity

Marie Barbiero

PhD Student
Marie BARBIERO email marie.barbiero{[a]}u-bourgogne.fr adresse Laboratoire INSERM U1093
Université de Bourgogne
Institut Marey, Maison de la Métallurgie
BP 27877
21078 Dijon
France
telephone +33 3 80 39 67 75
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bureau Room n°121

 

Specialities

Dexterity, Motor learning, Haptics, Fractal analysis

Experience

  • 2017 : Research Master in Adapted Physical Activity and Health - Dijon
    « Is gravity encoded during motor imagery? »
  • 2016 : Master 1 in Adapted Physical Activity and Health - Dijon « Motor adaptation during hyper-gravity: a centrifugation study »
  • 2015 : Bachelor in Adapted Physical Activity and Health - Dijon

PhD

Title : Improving operational performance in altered gravity

Director : Dr. Olivier WHITE

Research topic : The movement execution being largely altered when we are subjected to a new situation, we will test how attentional availability and combination of sensory modalities influence motor adaptation. This PhD aims to develop solutions to optimize our actions when we are confronted with a constraining environment.

Teaching

  • STAPS Bachelor: Informatics (use of spreadsheet software)
  • APAS Bachelor: Scientific processes (use of Statistica interface - Statsoft)
  • Management Bachelor: Quantitative techniques (statistics)

Publications

  • White O*, Barbiero M*, Goswami N. (2019) The effects of varying gravito-inertial stressors on grip strength and hemodynamic responses in men and women. European Journal of Applied Physiology, DOI: 10.1007/s00421-019-04084-y
  • White O, Karniel A, Papaxanthis C, Barbiero M, Nisky I. (2018) Switching in feedforward control of grip force during tool-mediated interaction with elastic force fields. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, DOI: 10.3389/fnbot.2018.00031
  • Barbiero M, Rousseau C, Papaxanthis C, White O. (2017) Coherent multimodal sensory information allows switching between gravitoinertial contexts. Frontiers in Physiology, DOI: 10.3389/ fphys.2017.00290

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