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Nicolas BENGUIGUI

Professeur des Universités

Membre de l'équipe CESAMS ((PAMA))

Université de Caen Basse-Normandie 

UFR STAPS (Sciences et Techniques des Activités Physiques et Sportives)

CESAMS (Centre d'Etudes Sport et Actions MotriceS) EA 4260

Boulevard du Maréchal Juin

Campus II

F-14032 CAEN Cedex

tel +33 (0) 2 31 56 72 67

e-mail : nicolas.benguigui[a]unicaen.fr

 

Publications

Baillet, H., Leroy D., Vérin, E., Delpouve, C., Benguigui, N., Komar, J., & Thouvarecq, R. (2019). Effect of mechanical horse practice as new postural training in patients with neurological disorders: a pilot study. Frontiers in Psychology, section Movement Science and Sport Psychology, 10

Mecheri, S., Laffaye, G., Triolet, C., Leroy, D., Dicks, M., Choukou, M. A., & Benguigui, N. (2019). Relationship between Split-Step Timing and Leg Stiffness in World-Class Tennis Players when Return-ing Fast Serves.

Martin, T., Gauthier, A., Zhang Y., Benguigui, N., Moussay, S., Bulla, J., Davenne, D., & Bessot, N. (2018). Effect of sleep deprivation on diurnal variation of vertical perception and postural control. Jour-nal of Applied Physiology.

Mallek, M., Benguigui, N., Dicks, M. & Thouvarecq, R. (2017). Sport expertise in perception–action coupling revealed in a visuomotor tracking task, European Journal of Sport Science, DOI: 10.1080/17461391.2017.1375014

Murphy, C., Jackson R. C., Cooke, K., Roca, A., Benguigui, N., & Williams, A. M. (2016). Contextual information and perceptual-cognitive expertise in a dynamic, temporally- constrained task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22, 455-470.

Mecheri, M., Rioult, F., Mantel, B., Kauffmann, F., & Benguigui, N. (2016). The serve impact in tennis: first large scale study of big Hawk-Eye data. Statistical Analysis and Data Mining. 9, 5, 2016, 310–325.

Bennett S. J., & Benguigui N. (2016). Spatial estimation of accelerated stimuli is based on a linear extrapolation of first-order information. Experimental psychology. 63(2):98-106.

Bazile, C., Benguigui, N., Siegler, I.A. (2016). Development of information movement coupling in a rhythmical ball-bouncing task from space- to time-related information. Experimental Brain Research. 234(1), 173-183.

Laffaye, G., Choukou, A., Benguigui, N. & Padulo, J. (2016). Age and gender-related development of stretch-shortening cycle during a sub-maximal hopping task. Biology of Sport, 33, 29-35.

Pothier, K., Benguigui, N., Kulpa, R. & Chavoix, C. (2014). Multiple-Object Tracking While Walking: Similarities and Differences Between Young, Young-Old and Old-Old Adults. Journals of Gerontology,Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, doi:10.1093/geronb/gbu047.

Faure V., R Lobjois, R., & Benguigui, N. (2016). The effects of driving environment complexity and dual tasking on drivers’ mental workload and eye blink behavior. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 40, 78-90.

Baillet, H., Thouvarecq, R., Vérin, E., Tourny, C., Benguigui, N., Komar, J. & Leroy D. (2016). Human Energy Expenditure and Postural Coordination on the Mechanical Horse. Journal of Motor Behavior. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00222895.2016.1241743

Benguigui, N. (2014). Vers une approche intégratrice de la perception et du contrôle du mouve-ment : une illustration basée sur l’étude des actions d’interception. In M. Quidu (Ed). Les Sciences du sport en mouvement, tome II: innovations théoriques et implications pratiques. Editions l'Harmattan. pp 263-287.

Lobjois, R., Benguigui, N., Cavallo, V. (2013). The effects of age and traffic density on street-crossing behaviour. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 53, 166-175.

Bennett S. J., & Benguigui, N. (2013). Is Acceleration Used for Ocular Pursuit and Spatial Estimation during Prediction Motion? PLoS ONE 8(5): e63382. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0063382

Triolet, C., Benguigui, N., Le Runigo, C., & Williams, A. M. (2013). Quantifying the nature of anticipation in professional tennis. Journal of Sports Sciences. 31, 820-830

Bazile, C., Siegler, I. A., & Benguigui, N. (2013). Major Changes in a Rhythmic Ball-Bouncing Task Occur at Age 7 Years. PLoS ONE 8.

Bennett, S. J., Baurès, R., Hecht, H., & Benguigui, N. (2010). Eye movements influence estimation of time-to-contact in prediction motion. Experimental Brain Research, 206 : 399-407.

Keshavarz, B., Landwehr, K., Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D., Hecht, H., & Benguigui, N. (2010). Age-correlated incremental consideration of velocity information in relative time-to-arrival judgments. Ecological Psychology, 22(3), 212-221.

Benguigui, N., & Bennett, S. J. (2010). Eye movements influence estimation of time-to-contact in prediction motion. Experimental Brain Research, 202(2), 327-339.

Le Runigo, C., Benguigui, N., & Bardy, B. G. (2010). Visuo-Motor Delay, Information-Movement Coupling and Expertise in Ball Sport. Journal of Sports Sciences. 28(3), 327-337.

Baurès, R., Benguigui, N., Amorim, M.-A., & Hecht, H. (2009). Intercepting real and simulated falling objects: What's the difference? Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 184, 48-53.

Benguigui N., Baurès, R., & Le Runigo C. (2008). Visuomotor delay in interceptive actions. Open peer commentary in Behavioral Brain Sciences, 31(2), 200-201.

Benguigui, N., Broderick, M. P., Baures, R. & Amorim, M.-A. (2008). Motion prediction and the velocity effect in children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26, 389-407.

Lobjois, R., Benguigui, N., Bertsch J., & Broderick, M. P. (2008). Collision avoidance behavior as a function of aging and tennis playing. Experimental Brain Research, 184(4):457-68.

Baurès, R., Benguigui, N., Amorim, M.-A., Siegler, I. A. (2007). Intercepting free falling objects: better use Occam's razor than internalize Newton's law. Vision Research, 47(23):2982-91.

Lobjois, R., Benguigui, N., & Bertsch J. (2006). The Effect of Aging and Tennis Playing on Coincidence-Timing Accuracy. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 14(1), 75-98.

Lobjois, R., Benguigui, N., & Bertsch J. (2005). Aging and Tennis Playing in a Coincidence-Timing Task With an Accelerating Object: The Role of Visuomotor Delay. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(4), 398-406.

Benguigui, N., Fontayne, P., Desbordes, M. & Bardy, B. G. (2005). Recherches actuelles en sciences du sport (861 p.). EDP Sciences.

Le Runigo, C., Benguigui, N., & Bardy, B. G. (2005). Perception-action coupling and expertise in interceptive action. Human Movement Science, 24, 429-445.

Benguigui, N., Broderick, M. P. & Ripoll, H. (2004). Age differences in estimating arrival-time. Neuroscience Letters, 369, 191-196.

Benguigui, N., Ripoll, H., & Broderick, M. P. (2003). Time-to-contact estimation of accelerated stimuli is based on first-order information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and Performance, 29, 1083-1101.

Benguigui, N., Ripoll, H., & Broderick, M. P. (2002). Intercepting accelerating objects. In K. Davids, G. Savelsbergh, S. Bennett & J. Van Der Kamp (Eds). Dynamic Interception Actions in Sport: Current research and practical application (pp 158-171). London: E and FN Spon.

Ripoll, H., & Benguigui, N. (1999). Emergence of expertise in ball sports during child development. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 30, 2, 235-245.

Benguigui, N., & Ripoll, H. (1998). Effects of Tennis Practice on the Coincidence Timing Accuracy of Adults and Children. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 69, 3, 217-223.


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