Luc Tremblay
Luc Tremblay
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TitleCited byYear
Learning to optimize speed, accuracy, and energy expenditure: a framework for understanding speed-accuracy relations in goal-directed aiming
D Elliott, S Hansen, J Mendoza, L Tremblay
Journal of motor behavior 36 (3), 339-351, 2004
1622004
Specificity of practice: The case of powerlifting
L Tremblay, L Proteau
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 69 (3), 284-289, 1998
1051998
The Müller-Lyer illusion affects the planning and control of manual aiming movements
DV Meegan, CM Glazebrook, VP Dhillon, L Tremblay, TN Welsh, D Elliott
Experimental Brain Research 155 (1), 37-47, 2004
742004
Practice does not diminish the role of visual information in on-line control of a precision walking task: Support for the specificity of practice hypothesis
L Proteau, L Tremblay, D Dejaeger
Journal of Motor Behavior 30 (2), 143-150, 1998
741998
The control of sequential aiming movements: The influence of practice and manual asymmetries on the one-target advantage
A Lavrysen, WF Helsen, L Tremblay, D Elliott, JJ Adam, P Feys, ...
Cortex 39 (2), 307-325, 2003
462003
Randomizing visual feedback in manual aiming: reminiscence of the previous trial condition and prior knowledge of feedback availability
DT Cheng, M Luis, L Tremblay
Experimental Brain Research 189 (4), 403-410, 2008
442008
Examining the specificity of practice hypothesis: Is learning modality specific?
J Coull, L Tremblay, D Elliott
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 72 (4), 345-354, 2001
382001
Part and whole practice: Chunking and online control in the acquisition of a serial motor task
S Hansen, L Tremblay, D Elliott
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 76 (1), 60-66, 2005
362005
Online control of discrete action following visual perturbation
S Hansen, D Elliott, L Tremblay
Perception 36 (2), 268-287, 2007
282007
Is there" feedback" during visual imagery? Evidence from a specificity of practice paradigm.
O Krigolson, G Van Gyn, L Tremblay, M Heath
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2006
282006
Gender differences in perception of self-orientation: Software or hardware?
L Tremblay, D Elliott, JL Starkes
Perception 33 (3), 329-337, 2004
282004
Cortical facilitation of proprioceptive inputs related to gravitational balance constraints during step preparation
AH Saradjian, L Tremblay, J Perrier, J Blouin, L Mouchnino
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (2), 397-407, 2013
272013
The utility of vision during action: Multiple visuomotor processes?
L Tremblay, S Hansen, A Kennedy, DT Cheng
Journal of Motor Behavior 45 (2), 91-99, 2013
252013
Between-trial inhibition and facilitation in goal-directed aiming: Manual and spatial asymmetries
L Tremblay, TN Welsh, D Elliott
Experimental brain research 160 (1), 79-88, 2005
252005
Specificity versus variability: effects of practice conditions on the use of afferent information for manual aiming
L Tremblay, TN Welsh, D Elliott
Motor Control 5 (4), 347-360, 2001
252001
Visual feedback use during a back tuck somersault: Evidence for optimal visual feedback utilization
M Luis, L Tremblay
Motor Control 12 (3), 210-218, 2008
232008
Real-time decreased sensitivity to an audio-visual illusion during goal-directed reaching
L Tremblay, T Nguyen
PLoS One 5 (1), e8952, 2010
202010
Monocular and binocular vision in the control of goal-directed movement
J Coull, PL Weir, L Tremblay, DJ Weeks, D Elliott
Journal of Motor Behavior 32 (4), 347-360, 2000
202000
On the relationship between the execution, perception, and imagination of action
L Wong, GA Manson, L Tremblay, TN Welsh
Behavioural brain research 257, 242-252, 2013
172013
Real-time manipulation of visual displacement during manual aiming
S Hansen, L Tremblay, D Elliott
Human Movement Science 27 (1), 1-11, 2008
172008
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