Nadège Rochat

Nadège Rochat
GIPSA-lab

PhD

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Publications (18)
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L’objectif de cet article est d’analyser et de discuter de l’évolution des méthodologies articulant des données hétérogènes (i.e., expérientielles et comportementales) qui se développent actuellement dans le cadre du programme de recherche du cours d’action (Theureau, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2015). Dans le domaine de l’expertise en sport, ont été récemme...
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This article examines the expansion of methodologies for articulating heterogeneous (experiential and behavioral) data within the course-of-action research program (Theureau, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2015). In the area of sports expertise, recent studies have articulated verbalizations based on conscious awareness and behavioral data from largely unconsci...
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Many of the studies on motor learning have investigated the dynamics of learning behaviors and shown that the learning process is non-linear, self-organized, and situated. Aligned with this research trend, studies within the enactive paradigm focus on learners’ lived experience to understand how it shapes their intentions, actions, and perceptions....
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The aim of this study was to investigate how the use of a real-time visual feedback (Fb) impacts on the learning of postural coordination patterns on a mechanical horse (MH). Twelve participants followed a protocol composed of a pre-test, three learning sessions, a post-test and a retention test. During the pre-, post-and retention tests, the parti...
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The incorporation of external tools during a sports activity can be analyzed through the dynamics of appropriation. In this study, we assumed that appropriation could be documented at both the phenomenological and behavioral scales and aimed to characterize trail runners’ interactions with five carrying systems (i.e., backpacks proposing different...
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Using an enactive approach to trail runners’ activity, this study sought to identify and characterize runners’ phenomenological gestalts, which are forms of experience that synthesize the heterogeneous sensorimotor, cognitive and emotional information that emerges in race situations. By an in-depth examination of their meaningful experiences, we we...
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Sports equipment brands have increasingly turned to experience-centered design, meaning the integration of users' activity into the design process. From an enactive perspective, this research investigated two entries of collecting and analyzing interactions between trail runners and their equipment. The paper articulates two studies. Study 1 analyz...
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Recreational trail runners often participate in online community forums where they can freely read posted messages, join discussions and/or introduce new discussion topics. This tool can enhance learning as runners connect with other trail runners and reflect on how they can better organize their own practice. Studying forum activity would provide...
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Context: A growing amount of recent research in sport psychology has focused on trying to understand withdrawals from ultra-races. However, according to the Four E approach, the studies underestimated the embedded components of these experiences and particularly how they were linked to the specific environmental conditions in which the experiences...
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L’objectif de cette thèse était d’analyser l’activité en trail et ultra-trail en s’inscrivant dans le paradigme de l’énaction (Varela et al., 1993). Un observatoire multi-sourcing composé de discussions de forum, de récits de courses postés sur les blogs, d’entretiens énactifs et de données en troisième personne caractérisant les accélérations vert...
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Studies on ultra-endurance suggest that during the races, athletes typically experience three vitality states (i.e., preservation, loss, and revival) at the phenomenological level. Nevertheless, how these states contribute to the management and outcome of performance remains unclear. The aim of this study was to determine whether and how the vitali...
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This study aimed to characterize the activity of ultra-trail runners by combining data from their personal experiences with physical measurement indicators of their running performance. Ten runners’ first-person analyses of the Tor des Geants race were processed using course of action theory [1]. Runners’ experiences were represented in a successio...
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We analyzed the courses of experience of 10 runners who volunteered to describe their experiences of withdrawal during an ultra-trail race. Data collected contained traces of past activities elicited in self-confrontation interviews. Data were coded and compared to identify structures in common sequences. Seven representative sequences were identif...

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This interdisciplinary project mixes research in the humanities and computational sciences to understand and explain the role of visual-motor exploratory strategies and lived experiences (e.g. individual concerns), in analysis of learning dynamics of fire-fighters. Traditionally, learning is studied by comparing behaviour (especially outcomes) before and after practice, which does not facilitate understanding of transitional phases during the process of learning, where new behaviours can temporarily alternate with previous behaviours, in an ‘intermittent regime’. This interdisciplinary project seeks to model transitions between the three phases of learning dynamics (initial, intermittent, and final) to understand how the frequency of novelty and complexity of learning situations influence the intermittent regime. This modelling in the humanities and computational sciences will be used to design optimal practice environments to train fire-fighters by enhancing their adaptive behaviours, inviting them to safely explore novel, functional behaviours.
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This interdisciplinary project mixes research in the humanities and computational sciences to understand and explain the role of visual-motor exploratory strategies and lived experiences (e.g. individual concerns), in analysis of learning dynamics of fire-fighters. Traditionally, learning is studied by comparing behaviour (especially outcomes) before and after practice, which does not facilitate understanding of transitional phases during the process of learning, where new behaviours can temporarily alternate with previous behaviours, in an ‘intermittent regime’. This interdisciplinary project seeks to model transitions between the three phases of learning dynamics (initial, intermittent, and final) to understand how the frequency of novelty and complexity of learning situations influence the intermittent regime. This modelling in the humanities and computational sciences will be used to design optimal practice environments to train fire-fighters by enhancing their adaptive behaviours, inviting them to safely explore novel, functional behaviours.