Arnaud Boutin

Maitre de conférence
Équipe MHAPS
Bâtiment 335

 Mail: arnaud.boutin@u-psud.fr

 

 Thématique de recherche

[FR]

Mes recherches se situent dans le champ des neurosciences comportementales (i.e., IRM, EEG, EMG) et de la sensorimotricité (i.e., apprentissage et contrôle moteur, lien perception-action, conscience) chez les personnes jeunes et âgées (saines et pathologiques ; e.g., maladie de Parkinson).

Mes thématiques de recherche actuelles portent majoritairement sur le rôle du sommeil dans le processus de consolidation de la mémoire, ainsi que sur les effets d’une privation sensorielle temporaire (i.e., immobilisation d’un membre) sur la plasticité cérébrale et la cohérence cortico-musculaire (couplage oscillatoire entre l’activité corticale et l’activité musculaire).

Outre les enjeux théoriques, ces recherchent trouvent des applications cliniques, avec le développement d’approches thérapeutiques non-invasives (e.g., imagerie motrice) et des protocoles de neuro-réhabilitation (e.g., TMS, tDCS, neurofeedback) afin de faciliter la neuroplasticité et le ré-apprentissage chez des individus ayant été privés de l’usage temporaire d’un membre ou dans le cas de troubles neuropsychiatriques associés à des déficits de plasticité synaptique (e.g., schizophrénie, maladies de Parkinson et d’Alzheimer).

[ENG]

My research falls within the domains of cognitive psychology and behavioral neuroscience (i.e., MRI, EEG, EMG), with topics related to sensorimotor learning (i.e., motor control and learning, perception-action coupling, consciousness) in young healthy adults and in the elderly (healthy and pathological populations such as Parkinson diseases).

My current work mainly focuses on the role of sleep upon memory consolidation, and the effects of temporary sensorimotor deprivation (e.g., limb immobilization) on functional neuroplasticity and corticomuscular coherence (coupling between cortical oscillations from sensorimotor regions and contralateral muscle activity).

In addition to the theoretical challenges, my research has clinical applications, with the development of patient-oriented interventions such as non-invasive therapeutic approaches (e.g., motor imagery) and neuro-rehabilitation protocols (e.g., TMS, tDCS, neurofeedback) in order to facilitate neuroplasticity and (re-)learning in individuals experiencing limb non-use or in populations with neuropsychiatric disorders that are suffering from reduced synaptic efficacy (e.g., schizophrenia, Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases).

Page personnelle : http://arnaud-boutin.wix.com/web_page#!

 

 Publications

Laventure, S., Pinsard, B., Lungu, O., Carrier, J., Fogel, S., Benali, H., Lina, JM., Boutin, A., & Doyon, J. (2018). Beyond spindles: interactions between sleep spindles and boundary frequencies during cued reactivation of motor memory representations. Sleep, 41:9

Pinsard, B., Boutin, A., Doyon, J., & Benali, H. (2018). Integrated fMRI Preprocessing Framework Using Extended Kalman Filter for Estimation of Slice-Wise Motion. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 26:268

Boutin, A., Pinsard, B., Bore, A., Carrier, J., Fogel, S.M., and Doyon, J. (2018). Transient synchronization of hippocampo-striato-thalamo-cortical networks during sleep spindle oscillations induces motor memory consolidation. NeuroImage, 169, 419-430

Doyon, J., Gabitov, E., Vahdat, S., Lungu, O., and Boutin, A. (2018). Current issues related to motor sequence learning in humans. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 20, 89-97.

Gabitov, E., Boutin, A., Pinsard, B., Censor, N., Fogel, S.M., Albouy, G. et al. (2017). Re-stepping into the same river: Competition problem rather than a reconsolidation failure in an established motor skill. Scientific Reports, 7, 9406

Badets*, A., Boutin, A.*, & Michelet, T. (2017). A safety mechanism for observational learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-8

Andrieux, M., Boutin, A., & Thon, B. (2015). Self-control of task difficulty during early practice promotes motor skill learning. Journal of Motor Behavior, 11, 11-19

Badets, A.*, Boutin, A.*, & Heuer, H. (2015). Mental representations of magnitude and order: A dissociation by sensorimotor learning. Acta Psychologica, 157, 164-175

Boutin, A., Blandin, Y., Massen, C., Heuer, H., & Badets, A. (2014). Conscious awareness of action potentiates sensorimotor learning. Cognition, 133, 1-9

Boutin, A., Massen, C., & Heuer, H. (2013). Modality-specific organization in the representation of sensorimotor sequences. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, 937

Boutin, A., Panzer, S., & Blandin, Y. (2013). Retrieval practice in motor learning. Human Movement Science, 32, 1201-1213

Ellenbuerger, T., Boutin, A., Panzer, S., Blandin, Y., Lennart, F., Joerg, S., & Shea, C. H. (2012). Observational training in visual half-fields and the coding of movement sequences. Human Movement Science, 31, 1436-1448

Ellenbuerger, T., Boutin, A., Blandin, Y., Shea, C. H., & Panzer, S. (2012). Scheduling observational and physical practice: Influence on the coding of simple motor sequences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 1260-1273

Boutin, A., Panzer, S., Salesse, R. N., & Blandin, Y. (2012). Testing promotes effector transfer. Acta Psychologica, 141, 400-407

Boutin, A., Badets, A., Salesse, R. N., Fries, U., Panzer, S., & Blandin, Y. (2012). Practice makes transfer of motor skills imperfect. Psychological Research, 76, 611-625

Boutin, A., & Blandin, Y. (2010). Cognitive underpinnings of contextual interference during motor learning. Acta Psychologica, 135, 233-239

Boutin, A., & Blandin, Y. (2010). On the cognitive processes underlying contextual interference: Contributions of practice schedule, task similarity and amount of practice. Human Movement Science, 29, 910-920 

Boutin, A., Fries, U., Panzer, S., Shea, C. H., & Blandin, Y. (2010). Role of action observation and action in sequence learning and coding. Acta Psychologica, 135, 240-251