Fabrice R. Sarlegna
Fabrice R. Sarlegna
Research scientist, CNRS, Institut des Sciences du Mouvement / Aix-Marseille Univ & CNRS, France
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Target and hand position information in the online control of goal-directed arm movements
F Sarlegna, J Blouin, JP Bresciani, C Bourdin, JL Vercher, GM Gauthier
Experimental Brain Research 151 (4), 524-535, 2003
The roles of vision and proprioception in the planning of reaching movements
FR Sarlegna, RL Sainburg
Progress in motor control, 317-335, 2009
Differential influence of vision and proprioception on control of movement distance
LB Bagesteiro, FR Sarlegna, RL Sainburg
Experimental Brain Research 171 (3), 358, 2006
Online control of the direction of rapid reaching movements
F Sarlegna, J Blouin, JL Vercher, JP Bresciani, C Bourdin, GM Gauthier
Experimental Brain Research 157 (4), 468-471, 2004
The effect of target modality on visual and proprioceptive contributions to the control of movement distance
FR Sarlegna, RL Sainburg
Experimental Brain Research 176 (2), 267-280, 2007
Internally driven control of reaching movements: a study on a proprioceptively deafferented subject
FR Sarlegna, GM Gauthier, C Bourdin, JL Vercher, J Blouin
Brain research bulletin 69 (4), 404-415, 2006
Force-field adaptation without proprioception: Can vision be used to model limb dynamics?
FR Sarlegna, N Malfait, L Bringoux, C Bourdin, JL Vercher
Neuropsychologia 48 (1), 60-67, 2010
Galvanic vestibular stimulation in humans produces online arm movement deviations when reaching towards memorized visual targets
JP Bresciani, J Blouin, K Popov, C Bourdin, F Sarlegna, JL Vercher, ...
Neuroscience letters 318 (1), 34-38, 2002
Can the human brain predict the consequences of arm movement corrections when transporting an object? Hints from grip force adjustments
F Danion, FR Sarlegna
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (47), 12839-12843, 2007
The influence of visual target information on the online control of movements
FR Sarlegna, PK Mutha
Vision research 110, 144-154, 2015
Delayed visual feedback affects both manual tracking and grip force control when transporting a handheld object
FR Sarlegna, G Baud-Bovy, F Danion
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (2), 641-653, 2010
Impairment of online control of reaching movements with aging: a double-step study
FR Sarlegna
Neuroscience letters 403 (3), 309-314, 2006
On-line versus off-line vestibular-evoked control of goal-directed arm movements
JP Bresciani, J Blouin, F Sarlegna, C Bourdin, JL Vercher, GM Gauthier
Neuroreport 13 (12), 1563-1566, 2002
Influence of feedback modality on sensorimotor adaptation: Contribution of visual, kinesthetic, and verbal cues
FR Sarlegna, GM Gauthier, J Blouin
Journal of motor behavior 39 (4), 247-258, 2007
To transfer or not to transfer? Kinematics and laterality quotient predict interlimb transfer of motor learning
HZ Lefumat, JL Vercher, RC Miall, J Cole, F Buloup, L Bringoux, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (5), 2764-2774, 2015
Do visual and vestibular inputs compensate for somatosensory loss in the perception of spatial orientation? Insights from a deafferented patient
L Bringoux, C Scotto Di Cesare, L Borel, T Macaluso, FR Sarlegna
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 181, 2016
Visual guidance of arm reaching: online adjustments of movement direction are impaired by amplitude control
FR Sarlegna, J Blouin
Journal of Vision 10 (5), 24-24, 2010
Proprioceptive loss and the perception, control and learning of arm movements in humans: evidence from sensory neuronopathy
RC Miall, NM Kitchen, SH Nam, H Lefumat, AG Renault, K ěrstavik, ...
Experimental brain research 236 (8), 2137-2155, 2018
The influence of target sensory modality on motor planning may reflect errors in sensori-motor transformations
FR Sarlegna, A Przybyla, RL Sainburg
Neuroscience 164 (2), 597-610, 2009
Combined influence of visual scene and body tilt on arm pointing movements: gravity matters!
CS Di Cesare, FR Sarlegna, C Bourdin, DR Mestre, L Bringoux
PLoS One 9 (6), e99866, 2014
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