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Augustinova, M., Clarys, D., Spatola, N., & Ferrand, L. (2018). Some further clarifications on age-related differences in Stroop interference. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. doi.org/10.3758/s13423-017-1427-0
Droit-Volet, S. Chaulet, M., & Dambrun, M. (In press). Time and Meditation : when does the perception of time change with mindfulness exercise ? Mindfulness.
Merlhiot, G., Mermillod, M., Le Pennec, J.L., Hidalgo, S., & Mondillon, L. (in press). Reducing uncertainty to promote appropriate choices when facing difficult decisions at an Active Volcano. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
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21/06/2018 – Geraldine NAUGHTON

Size differences in junior sport : How can we make participation fair and safe ?(Salle 404, 10h30-12h00)

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Soutenance HDR de Norbert Maïonchi-Pino : Syllabe et apprentissage de la lecture chez des enfants normo-lecteurs et dyslexiques

Mardi 26 juin 2018. Soutenance d’Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches par Norbert Maïonchi-Pino (LAPSCO/CNRS/UCA). A 10h à la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, amphi 220.

Soutenance de thèse de Nicolas Spatola : De l’utilisation des concepts

Lundi 2 juillet 2018. Soutenance de thèse de Nicolas Spatola (LAPSCO/CNRS/UCA). A 14h à la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, amphi 220.

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Juin 2018. Conditions d’admission en thèse

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Appel à candidature - Allocation doctorale Université Clermont Auvergne / LAPSCO - Projet ViMaCC

7 Juin 2018. Le LAPSCO propose un contrat doctoral dans le cadre du projet « Vieillissement, Maladie Chronique et stimulation Cognitive (ViMaCC) », cofinancé par l’Union européenne dans le cadre du Fonds Européen de Développement Régional (FEDER).
Date limite des candidatures : 30 juin 2018

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14/06/2018 – Amanda BENSON

par Guillaume VALLET - publié le , mis à jour le

The effects of the type of exercise supervision during a workplace randomised controlled trial on health and the reliability and validity of the Apple Watch

Date : 14 juin 2018
Heure : 10h30 - 12h00
Lieu : Salle 404

Résumé

Supervised exercise has achieved greater health outcomes than unsupervised exercise in clinical exercise trials, however, comparisons between supervision types have not been made in healthy employees. This randomised controlled trial compared the effectiveness of personal, non-personal and no-exercise supervision in the workplace to improve employee health.
Eighty-five Australian university employees were randomised to either personal supervision, non-personal (typical gym-based) supervision or unsupervised control (CON) exercise groups.
Participants received a 16-week, individually tailored, moderate-to-high intensity aerobic and resistance exercise program to complete at an onsite gymnasium (SUP and NPS) or without access to a specific exercise facility (CON). Access to an onsite exercise facilities and personal (1:1) exercise supervision confers greater improvements than non-personal (typical gym) supervision or unsupervised exercise over 16 weeks, however, adherance to training is still challenging.

The quantified-self movement has led to an increase in the popularity of consumer sensor and wearable technology for health and fitness. However, consumers and health professionals need confidence that these devices can consistently and accurately measure the intended outcome for them to be used as part of an effective and safe intervention strategy. Currently, evidence on the reliability and validity of these devices is limited with varied quality depending on the outcome of interest. Some of our work on the current status of the validity and reliability of the Apple Watch wearable technology will be presented and how this may be integrated into future interventions.

Conférencière

Pr. Amanda BENSON
Associate Professor
Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)