Luc Tremblay

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Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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Welsh TN, Reid C, Manson G, et al. (2020) Susceptibility to the fusion illusion is modulated during both action execution and action observation. Acta Psychologica. 204: 103028
Goodman R, Manson GA, Tremblay L. (2020) Age-related Differences in Sensorimotor Transformations for Visual and/or Somatosensory Targets: Planning or Execution? Experimental Aging Research. 1-11
Manson GA, Tremblay L, Lebar N, et al. (2019) Auditory cues for somatosensory targets invoke visuomotor transformations: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Plos One. 14: e0215518
Bested SR, de Grosbois J, Crainic VA, et al. (2019) The influence of robotic guidance on error detection and correction mechanisms. Human Movement Science. 66: 124-132
de Grosbois J, Jovanov K, Tremblay L. (2019) Accuracy instructions differently modulate visual and nonvisual contributions to ongoing reaches. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Manson GA, Blouin J, Kumawat AS, et al. (2019) Rapid online corrections for upper limb reaches to perturbed somatosensory targets: evidence for non-visual sensorimotor transformation processes. Experimental Brain Research
Goodman R, Crainic VA, Bested SR, et al. (2018) Amending Ongoing Upper-Limb Reaches: Visual and Proprioceptive Contributions? Multisensory Research. 31: 455-480
de Grosbois J, Tremblay L. (2018) Which Measures of Online Control Are Least Sensitive to Offline Processes? Motor Control. 1-19
Bested SR, de Grosbois J, Tremblay L. (2017) Better together: Contrasting the hypotheses explaining the one-target advantage. Human Movement Science
de Grosbois J, Tremblay L. (2017) Distinct and flexible rates of online control. Psychological Research
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