Frédéric Crevecoeur
Frédéric Crevecoeur
Research Fellow F.R.S.-FNRS, UCLouvain
Verified email at uclouvain.be
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Influence of the behavioral goal and environmental obstacles on rapid feedback responses
JY Nashed, F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (4), 999-1009, 2012
1202012
Rapid online selection between multiple motor plans
JY Nashed, F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (5), 1769-1780, 2014
1042014
Optimal integration of gravity in trajectory planning of vertical pointing movements
F Crevecoeur, JL Thonnard, P Lefevre
Journal of neurophysiology 102 (2), 786-796, 2009
712009
Priors engaged in long-latency responses to mechanical perturbations suggest a rapid update in state estimation
F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
PLoS computational biology 9 (8), e1003177, 2013
632013
A perspective on multisensory integration and rapid perturbation responses
T Cluff, F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
Vision research 110, 215-222, 2015
622015
Feedback responses rapidly scale with the urgency to correct for external perturbations
F Crevecoeur, I Kurtzer, T Bourke, SH Scott
Journal of Neurophysiology 110 (6), 1323-1332, 2013
562013
Beyond muscles stiffness: importance of state-estimation to account for very fast motor corrections
F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
PLoS computational biology 10 (10), e1003869, 2014
512014
Movement stability under uncertain internal models of dynamics
F Crevecoeur, J McIntyre, JL Thonnard, P Lefevre
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (3), 1301-1313, 2010
512010
Fast corrective responses are evoked by perturbations approaching the natural variability of posture and movement tasks
F Crevecoeur, I Kurtzer, SH Scott
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (10), 2821-2832, 2012
502012
Dynamic multisensory integration: somatosensory speed trumps visual accuracy during feedback control
F Crevecoeur, DP Munoz, SH Scott
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (33), 8598-8611, 2016
482016
Towards a “gold-standard” approach to address the presence of long-range auto-correlation in physiological time series
F Crevecoeur, B Bollens, C Detrembleur, TM Lejeune
Journal of neuroscience methods 192 (1), 163-172, 2010
462010
Temporal organization of stride duration variability as a marker of gait instability in Parkinson's disease
T Warlop, C Detrembleur, B Bollens, G Stoquart, F Crevecoeur, ...
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 48 (10), 865-871, 2016
452016
Fast feedback control involves two independent processes utilizing knowledge of limb dynamics
I Kurtzer, F Crevecoeur, SH Scott
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (8), 1631-1645, 2014
382014
Does human gait exhibit comparable and reproducible long-range autocorrelations on level ground and on treadmill?
B Bollens, F Crevecoeur, V Nguyen, C Detrembleur, T Lejeune
Gait & posture 32 (3), 369-373, 2010
362010
Forward models of inertial loads in weightlessness
F Crevecoeur, JL Thonnard, P Lefèvre
Neuroscience 161 (2), 589-598, 2009
342009
Improving the state estimation for optimal control of stochastic processes subject to multiplicative noise
F Crevecoeur, RJ Sepulchre, JL Thonnard, P Lefèvre
Automatica 47 (3), 591-596, 2011
332011
Effects of age and walking speed on long-range autocorrelations and fluctuation magnitude of stride duration
B Bollens, F Crevecoeur, C Detrembleur, E Guillery, T Lejeune
Neuroscience 210, 234-242, 2012
322012
Saccadic suppression as a perceptual consequence of efficient sensorimotor estimation
F Crevecoeur, KP Kording
Elife 6, e25073, 2017
302017
Variability of human gait: effect of backward walking and dual-tasking on the presence of long-range autocorrelations
B Bollens, F Crevecoeur, C Detrembleur, T Warlop, TM Lejeune
Annals of biomedical engineering 42 (4), 742-750, 2014
302014
Robust control in human reaching movements: a model-free strategy to compensate for unpredictable disturbances
F Crevecoeur, SH Scott, T Cluff
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (41), 8135-8148, 2019
252019
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