Michel Audiffren
Michel Audiffren
Professeur en Sciences du Sport, Université de Poitiers
Adresse e-mail validée de univ-poitiers.fr
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The reticular-activating hypofrontality (RAH) model of acute exercise
A Dietrich, M Audiffren
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (6), 1305-1325, 2011
2282011
Increased heart rate variability and executive performance after aerobic training in the elderly
CT Albinet, G Boucard, CA Bouquet, M Audiffren
European journal of applied physiology 109 (4), 617-624, 2010
1982010
Acute aerobic exercise and information processing: energizing motor processes during a choice reaction time task
M Audiffren, PD Tomporowski, J Zagrodnik
Acta Psychologica 129 (3), 410-419, 2008
1862008
Processing speed and executive functions in cognitive aging: How to disentangle their mutual relationship?
CT Albinet, G Boucard, CA Bouquet, M Audiffren
Brain and cognition 79 (1), 1-11, 2012
1562012
Facilitating effects of exercise on information processing
K Davranche, M Audiffren
Journal of Sports Sciences 22 (5), 419-428, 2004
1512004
Influence of physical exercise on simple reaction time: effect of physical fitness
J Brisswalter, R Arcelin, M Audiffren, D Delignieres
Perceptual and motor skills 85 (3), 1019-1027, 1997
1461997
Acute aerobic exercise and information processing: modulation of executive control in a Random Number Generation task
M Audiffren, PD Tomporowski, J Zagrodnik
Acta psychologica 132 (1), 85-95, 2009
1332009
Physical exercise facilitates motor processes in simple reaction time performance: an electromyographic analysis
K Davranche, B Burle, M Audiffren, T Hasbroucq
Neuroscience letters 396 (1), 54-56, 2006
1272006
A distributional analysis of the effect of physical exercise on a choice reaction time task
K Davranche, M Audiffren, A Denjean
Journal of Sports Sciences 24 (3), 323-329, 2006
1212006
Information processing during physical exercise: a chronometric and electromyographic study
K Davranche, B Burle, M Audiffren, T Hasbroucq
Experimental Brain Research 165 (4), 532-540, 2005
1162005
Effects of acute exercise on sensory and executive processing tasks
K Lambourne, M Audiffren, PD Tomporowski
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 42 (7), 1396-1402, 2010
1072010
Effects of a prolonged run on simple reaction time of well trained runners
M Collardeau, J Brisswalter, M Audiffren
Perceptual and motor skills 93 (3), 679-689, 2001
1072001
Acute exercise and psychological functions: A cognitive-energetic approach.
M Audiffren
Wiley-Blackwell, 2009
105*2009
Exercise and cognitive function.
TE McMorris, PE Tomporowski, ME Audiffren
Wiley-Blackwell, 2009
1002009
Impact of physical activity on executive functions in aging: a selective effect on inhibition among old adults
GK Boucard, CT Albinet, A Bugaiska, CA Bouquet, D Clarys, M Audiffren
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 34 (6), 808-827, 2012
982012
Single and choice reaction time during prolonged exercise in trained subjects: influence of carbohydrate availability
M Collardeau, J Brisswalter, F Vercruyssen, M Audiffren, C Goubault
European journal of applied physiology 86 (2), 150-156, 2001
962001
The strength model of self-control revisited: Linking acute and chronic effects of exercise on executive functions
M Audiffren, N André
Journal of Sport and Health Science 4 (1), 30-46, 2015
802015
The interactive effect of achievement motivation and task difficulty on mental effort
RL Capa, M Audiffren, S Ragot
International Journal of Psychophysiology 70 (2), 144-150, 2008
722008
The interactive effect of achievement motivation and task difficulty on mental effort
RL Capa, M Audiffren, S Ragot
International Journal of Psychophysiology 70 (2), 144-150, 2008
722008
Does acute exercise switch off switch costs? A study with younger and older athletes
C Pesce, M Audiffren
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 33 (5), 609-626, 2011
702011
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