Luc Proteau
Luc Proteau
Professeur émérite, EKSAP, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal
Verified email at umontreal.ca
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A sensorimotor basis for motor learning: Evidence indicating specificity of practice
L Proteau, RG Marteniuk, L Lévesque
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 44 (3), 557-575, 1992
4731992
On the specificity of learning and the role of visual information for movement control
L Proteau
Advances in psychology 85, 67-103, 1992
3301992
On the type of information used to control and learn an aiming movement after moderate and extensive training
L Proteau, RG Marteniuk, Y Girouard, C Dugas
Human Movement Science 6 (2), 181-199, 1987
2471987
Cognitive processes underlying observational learning of motor skills
Y Blandin, L Lhuisset, L Proteau
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 52 (4), 957-979, 1999
1971999
Determining movement onsets from temporal series
N Teasdale, C Bard, M Fleury, DE Young, L Proteau
Journal of motor behavior 25 (2), 97-106, 1993
1951993
On the cognitive basis of observational learning: development of mechanisms for the detection and correction of errors
Y Blandin, L Proteau
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 53 (3), 846-867, 2000
1722000
On the cognitive processes underlying contextual interference and observational learning
Y Blandin, L Proteau, C Alain
Journal of motor behavior 26 (1), 18-26, 1994
1291994
Visual perception modifies goal-directed movement control: Supporting evidence from a visual perturbation paradigm
L Proteau, G Masson
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 50 (4), 726-741, 1997
1231997
Specificity of practice: The case of powerlifting
L Tremblay, L Proteau
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 69 (3), 284-289, 1998
1201998
Learning through observation: a combination of expert and novice models favors learning
H Rohbanfard, L Proteau
Experimental brain research 215 (3-4), 183-197, 2011
1102011
Effects of task instructions and oscillation frequency on bimanual coordination
TD Lee, Y Blandin, L Proteau
Psychological research 59 (2), 100-106, 1996
1071996
Decision making in sport
C Alain, L Proteau
Psychology of motor behavior and sport, 465-477, 1980
1031980
Effects of stationary and moving textured backgrounds on the visuo-oculo-manual tracking in humans
G Masson, L Proteau, DR Mestre
Vision research 35 (6), 837-852, 1995
991995
Vision of the stylus in a manual aiming task: The effects of practice
L Proteau, J Cournoyer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 42 (4), 811-828, 1990
921990
The effect of Pilates-based training on dancers' dynamic posture
A McMillan, L Proteau, RM Lèbe
Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 2 (3), 101-107, 1998
851998
On the role of visual afferent information for the control of aiming movements toward targets of different sizes
L Proteau, G Isabelle
Journal of Motor Behavior 34 (4), 367-384, 2002
822002
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
771998
The effects of the amount and variability of practice on the learning of a multi-segmented motor task
L Proteau, Y Blandin, C Alain, A Dorion
Acta Psychologica 85 (1), 61-74, 1994
761994
Success modulates consolidation of a visuomotor adaptation task.
M Trempe, M Sabourin, L Proteau
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (1), 52, 2012
752012
Observation learning of a motor task: who and when?
M Andrieux, L Proteau
Experimental brain research 229 (1), 125-137, 2013
702013
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