Maxime Deshayes

Maxime Deshayes
Université de Nîmes | Unimes · PAPSA

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Previous research on the stereotype threat phenomenon has shown that inducing a negative stereotype toward a group debilitates motor performance despite the increase in motivation. Most of the studies focused on tasks requiring technical skills. However, what happens when the task does not require technical skills but focuses on energy expenditure?...
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In the sports field, most studies evaluating the effect of inducing a negative stereotype on performance observed a performance decrease of the targeted group (e.g., women). This effect was explained by the explicit monitoring hypothesis and consequently the type of tasks (i.e., technical). The main aim of the present research was to observe the ef...
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Purpose. Inducing a negative stereotype toward women usually leads to a decrease in women performance and an increase in men performance. These effects were observed during technical tasks. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of this sex stereotype during a non-technical muscular endurance task. The perception of effort,...
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Walking speed and muscular strength are two main markers of health in adulthood. Previous studies have shown that personality traits may predict these two outcomes. However, little is known about the mechanisms underlying these relationships. Thus, the present study examined whether personality traits are associated with walking speed and muscular...
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Background Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitary context and e-learning have greatly modified student lifestyles and led to deteriorations in their mental health. An increase in anxiety and depressive symptoms and sedentary behaviors, reduction in physical activity, and a stronger tendency to move toward unhealthy diet have been de...
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Les effets délétères de la pandémie sur la santé des étudiants sont désormais largement démontrés. Cependant, certains domaines de recherche sont encore sous-explorés. En effet, 1. La majorité des recherches sont descriptives et n’identifient pas les facteurs impliqués dans ces détériorations de santé ; 2. Les études ont essentiellement été menées...
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BACKGROUND Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitary context and e-learning have greatly modified student lifestyles and led to deteriorations in their mental health. An increase in anxiety and depressive symptoms and sedentary behaviors, reduction in physical activity, and a stronger tendency to move toward unhealthy diet have been de...
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Stereotype threat literature has shown that inducing negative stereotypes can contribute to the underperformance of individuals belonging to a range of stereotyped groups and various domains. The present study sought to observe the effect of the emerging nonexerciser stereotype on performance in a fatiguing task consisting of executing intermittent...
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The perception of painful bodily sensations is usually negatively associated with endurance performance, and dissociative strategies are routinely recommended to divert attention away from these signals. The effectiveness of dissociative strategies has not been clearly established, but associative strategies seem to benefit physically trained indiv...
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This study investigated the effect of gender stereotypes on 1) a soccer learning task based on accuracy (i.e., shooting on different sized targets) among young adolescents and 2) the strategy used to score as many points as possible. After performing 10 baseline trials, forty-five young adolescents were randomly divided into three groups: positive...
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Background: Many studies have explored spatial and temporal gait parameters in the elderly, and showed that frailty status, fall history, age, and gender may individually strongly influence these parameters. However, it appears necessary to investigate the confounding factors more deeply in order to better know the specific role of each of these f...
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This study examined the effect of negative and positive stereotypes on the strength produced by older adults at different perceived effort intensities, reflecting different levels of task difficulty. Fifty older women were randomly assigned to a positive stereotype, a negative stereotype, or a control condition. Before (T1) and after (T2) the stere...
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People living with HIV (PLHIV) are not physically active enough. As nonexercisers are perceived as less healthy, less active and less strong, it is likely that PLHIV would be subject to a nonexerciser stereotype threat. We looked to elucidate the effect of the emerging nonexerciser stereotype on handgrip strength performance among less active PLHIV...
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The present research investigated the effect of the induction of a negative stereotype on older adults’ performance during an endurance task, and how this stereotype influenced older adults’ subjective age. Thirty-four old women were randomly assigned to one of the two conditions: a negative stereotype condition and a nullified-stereotype condition...
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La théorie de la menace du stéréotype (Steele, 1997) suggère que lorsqu’un stéréotype négatif à l’encontre d’un groupe social est induit, dans un contexte où ce stéréotype est susceptible de s’appliquer, une baisse de la performance du groupe menacé serait observée. Après avoir été répliqué dans de nombreux domaines comme le domaine cognitif, cet e...
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Objectives: This article examines whether sports practice can influence the stereotype content associated with people with physical disability from the viewpoint of people without disability. Design: Both implicit and explicit stereotypes were assessed for people with disability compared with people without disability (Study 1), people with disabil...

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