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Jo JS, Chen J, Riechman S, Roig M and Wright DL. The protective effects of acute cardiovascular exercise on the interference of procedural memory. (2019) Psychol Res. 83, 1543-1555 Pubmed Psychol Res
Christiansen L, Thomas R, Beck MM, Pingel J, Andersen JD, Mang CS, Madsen MAJ, Roig M and Lundbye-Jensen J. The Beneficial Effect of Acute Exercise on Motor Memory Consolidation is Modulated by Dopaminergic Gene Profile. (2019) J Clin Med. 8, Pubmed J Clin Med Article PMC
Centeno C, Medeiros D, Beck MM, Lugassy L, Gonzalez DF, Nepveu JF and Roig M. The effects of aging on cortico-spinal excitability and motor memory consolidation. (2018) Neurobiol. Aging. 70, 254-264 Pubmed Neurobiol. Vieillissement
Dal Maso F, Desormeau B, Boudrias MH and Roig M. Acute cardiovascular exercise promotes functional changes in cortico-motor networks during the early stages of motor memory consolidation. (2018) Neuroimage. 174, 380-392 Pubmed Neuroimage
Crozier J, Roig M, Eng JJ, MacKay-Lyons M, Fung J, Ploughman M, Bailey DM, Sweet SN, Giacomantonio N, Thiel A, Trivino M and Tang A. High-Intensity Interval Training After Stroke: An Opportunity to Promote Functional Recovery, Cardiovascular Health, and Neuroplasticity. (2018) Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 32, 543-556 Pubmed Neurorehabil Réparation Neurale
Roig M and de Las Heras B. Acute cardiovascular exercise does not enhance locomotor learning in people with stroke. (2018) J. Physiol. (Lond.). 596, 1785-1786 Pubmed J. Physiol. (Lond.) Article PMC
Hill K, Cavalheri V, Mathur S, Roig M, Janaudis-Ferreira T, Robles P, Dolmage TE and Goldstein R. Neuromuscular electrostimulation for adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (2018) Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 5, CD010821 Pubmed Base de données Cochrane Syst Rev Article PMC
Thomas R, Flindtgaard M, Skriver K, Geertsen SS, Christiansen L, Korsgaard Johnsen L, Busk DVP, Bojsen-Møller E, Madsen MJ, Ritz C, Roig M and Lundbye-Jensen J. Acute exercise and motor memory consolidation: Does exercise type play a role?. (2017) Scand J Med Sci Sports. 27, 1523-1532 Pubmed Scand J Med Sci Sports
Nepveu JF, Thiel A, Tang A, Fung J, Lundbye-Jensen J, Boyd LA and Roig M. A Single Bout of High-Intensity Interval Training Improves Motor Skill Retention in Individuals With Stroke. (2017) Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 31, 726-735 Pubmed Neurorehabil Réparation Neurale
Ostadan F, Centeno C, Daloze JF, Frenn M, Lundbye-Jensen J and Roig M. Changes in corticospinal excitability during consolidation predict acute exercise-induced off-line gains in procedural memory. (2016) Neurobiol Learn Mem. 136, 196-203 Pubmed Neurobiol Apprendre Mem
Roig M, Thomas R, Mang CS, Snow NJ, Ostadan F, Boyd LA and Lundbye-Jensen J. Time-Dependent Effects of Cardiovascular Exercise on Memory. (2016) Exerc Sport Sci Rev. 44, 81-8 Pubmed Exercice Sport Sci Rev
Skriver K, Roig M, Lundbye-Jensen J, Pingel J, Helge JW, Kiens B and Nielsen JB. Acute exercise improves motor memory: exploring potential biomarkers. (2014) Neurobiol Learn Mem. 116, 46-58 Pubmed Neurobiol Apprendre Mem
Roig M, Ritterband-Rosenbaum A, Lundbye-Jensen J and Nielsen JB. Aging increases the susceptibility to motor memory interference and reduces off-line gains in motor skill learning. (2014) Neurobiol. Aging. 35, 1892-900 Pubmed Neurobiol. Vieillissement
Roig M, Nordbrandt S, Geertsen SS and Nielsen JB. The effects of cardiovascular exercise on human memory: a review with meta-analysis. (2013) Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 37, 1645-66 Pubmed Neurosci Biobehav Rev
Maffiuletti NA, Roig M, Karatzanos E and Nanas S. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation for preventing skeletal-muscle weakness and wasting in critically ill patients: a systematic review. (2013) BMC Med. 11, 137 Pubmed BMC Med Article PMC
Roig M, Skriver K, Lundbye-Jensen J, Kiens B and Nielsen JB. A single bout of exercise improves motor memory. (2012) PLoS ONE. 7, e44594 Pubmed PLoS ONE Article PMC
Snow NJ, Mang CS, Roig M, McDonnell MN, Campbell KL and Boyd LA. The Effect of an Acute Bout of Moderate-Intensity Aerobic Exercise on Motor Learning of a Continuous Tracking Task. (2016) PLoS ONE. 11, e0150039 Pubmed PLoS ONE Article PMC
Thomas R, Beck MM, Lind RR, Korsgaard Johnsen L, Geertsen SS, Christiansen L, Ritz C, Roig M and Lundbye-Jensen J. Acute Exercise and Motor Memory Consolidation: The Role of Exercise Timing. (2016) Neural Plast.. 2016, 6205452 Pubmed Neural Plast. Article PMC
Thomas R, Johnsen LK, Geertsen SS, Christiansen L, Ritz C, Roig M and Lundbye-Jensen J. Acute Exercise and Motor Memory Consolidation: The Role of Exercise Intensity. (2016) PLoS ONE. 11, e0159589 Pubmed PLoS ONE Article PMC
Lundbye-Jensen J, Skriver K, Nielsen JB and Roig M. Acute Exercise Improves Motor Memory Consolidation in Preadolescent Children. (2017) Front Hum Neurosci. 11, 182 Pubmed Neurosci avant Article PMC

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Linking physical exercise to video games

“You can combine exercise and video games,” Roig said. “A lot of people think they are opposed, but really, we are failing our younger generations. The hope of this paper is to show parents and younger people that you can improve at both simultaneously.” – McGill Reporter" target="_blank">
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While playing video games might not seem like the most physically demanding activity, new research out of McGill University suggests that when players exercise before playing a game, they play better. -CNBC" target="_blank">

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Research may link exercise to improved video game performance

A Canadian researcher from McGill University recently conducted a study that suggests that exercise can improve performance in video games. A group of young players were asked to play the popular online video game, League of Legends for 20 minutes after 15 minutes of intense cardio exercise. The players were then asked to come in and play the game again after a period of rest. Dr. Marc Roig is an associate professor at McGill University, and neuroscientist that does research on the effects of exercise on the brain. He said that two of his students, Bernat de Las Heras and Orville Li, came to him with the idea to test the theory out. –Radio Canada International" target="_blank">

L’activité physique améliorerait la performance aux jeux vidéo

Voilà un argument de taille pour les parents qui cherchent comment faire bouger des jeunes rivés à leur ordinateur ou à leur console : pratiquer 15 minutes d’activité physique intense avant de jouer à un jeu vidéo semble ensuite améliorer la performance pendant le jeu. -La Presse