Maxime Trempe

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mtrempe@ubishops.ca

Department of Sports Studies
Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada
J1M 1Z7
Téléphone: 819 822-9600, poste 2686

Formation universitaire

Ph. D. Sciences de l’activité physique (Université de Montréal)

B. Sc. Kinésiologie (Université de Montréal)

Champs d'intérêt

  • Apprentissage et contrôle du mouvement chez l’humain
  • Prise de décision
  • Développement de l’expertise
  • Formation des entraîneurs

Recherches en cours

  • Rôle des signaux d’erreur et de succès pour la mise en mémoire d’une habileté motrice
  • Utilisation de la réalité virtuelle pour améliorer la prise de décision chez l’athlète
  • Effet du sommeil sur la consolidation d’une habileté motrice
  • Quantification des impacts à la tête reçus par des joueurs de football universitaires lors de la saison régulière
  • Relation entre perfectionnisme et agressivité chez l’athlète
  • Fréquence d’utilisation du « self-talk » par les athlètes lorsque confrontés à des situations de haute ou basse pression

Groupe de recherche

Psychological Health and Well-Being Research Cluster (Bishop’s University)

Publications

Articles en révision

Neville, KM. & Trempe, M. (soumis en September 2016). Random practice impairs motor skill consolidation. Experimental Brain Research

Trempe, M., Gohier, JL., Charbonneau, M., & Tremblay, J. (soumis en September 2016). Consolidation effects in a full-body diving task. Journal of Motor Learning and Development

Articles publiés

Trempe, M.,  Sabourin, M.,  & Proteau, L. (2012). Success modulates consolidation of a visuomotor adaptation task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition 38(1):52-60.

Trempe, M., Sabourin, M., Rohbanfard, H. & Proteau, L. (2011). Observation vs. physical practice triggers different consolidation outcomes in a movement timing task. Experimental Brain Research 209:181-192.

Trempe, M., & Proteau, L. (2010). Distinct consolidation outcomes in a visuomotor adaptation task: off-line learning and persistent after-effect. Brain & Cognition 73(2):135-145.

Trempe, M., & Proteau, L. (2008). Straight ahead acts as a reference for visuomotor adaptation. Experimental Brain Research 189:11-21.

Chapitres de livres

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2012). Consolidation and motor skill learning. In Williams & Hodges (Eds.), Skill acquisition in sport: Research, theory and practice 2nd Ed (pp. 192-210). New York: Routledge.

Trempe, M. (2011). How to optimize the learning of movement skills. Reference manual of the Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance.

Communications

Conférencier invité

Trempe, M. (2015, March). To learn is to change: A behavioral approach to explore brain plasticity. Brain Awareness Week of Bishop’s University. Sherbrooke, Canada

Trempe, M. (2015, February). Quantity and quality of sleep: effects on cognitive performance and motor learning. Annual Symposium of Hockey Québec. Trois-Rivières, Canada

Trempe, M. (2015, February). Recovery and motor skill learning in synchronized swimming. Synchronized Swimming Canada Training Camp. Montréal, Canada

Trempe, M. (2015, January). Terrain d’apprentissage modulaire: une approche empirique. Camp d’hiver de l’Association des stations de ski du Québec. Orford, Canada.

Trempe, M. (2013, November). Integrating skill development and acquisition into your training program. Annual conference of Canoe Kayak Canada, Ottawa.

Trempe, M. (2013, October). Develop and perfect technical movements using recent advances in motor skill learning. Rendez-vous des Entraineurs de l’Institut national du sport du Québec, Laval.

Trempe, M. (2013, May). Sleep: an important factor kinesiologists should consider. Annual conference of the Fédération des kinésiologues du Québec, Orford.

Trempe, M. (2012, November). The art and science of feedback. Sport Leadership conference, Montreal.

Trempe, M., Cardinal, C. & Berryman, N.  (2012, November). Develop talent. Sport Leadership conference, Montreal.

Trempe, M. (2012, October). Accelerating motor learning and increasing long-term performance in elite sport. SPIN Summit, Vancouver.

Trempe, M. (2012, April). Strategies to optimize motor learning. Forum Équipe Québec, Montréal.

Trempe, M. (2011, October). Life habits: the importance of recovery. Series “Plan de match”, Centre national multisport de Montréal, Montréal.

Trempe, M. (2011, February). Motor learning with high performance athletes. Series “Bridging the gap between science and practice”, Centre national multisport de Montréal, Montréal.

Trempe, M. (2010, December). Motor learning: from science to practice. Mont Orford Ski School Seminary, Orford.

Trempe, M. (2010, April). Optimize motor learning. Training camp of the Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance, Mont Sainte-Anne, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré.

Trempe, M. (2007, October). Effective feedback for optimal training. Training camp of the Mont Saint-Sauveur International’s ski schools, St-Sauveur-des-monts.

Présentation avec comité de révision

Hamel, R., Trempe, M., & Bernier, PM. (2016, May). TMS disruption of post-movement activity in M1 impairs retention only when motor commands tend to repeat. Annual conference of the Groupe de recherche sur le système nerveux central of the Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada.

Hamel, R., Trempe, M., & Bernier, PM. (2015, October). TMS over M1 late in learning impairs retention of motor memory. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Edmonton, Canada.

Neville, KM. & Trempe, M. (2015, October). Untangling the sources of interference during a random practice schedule. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Edmonton, Canada.

Neville, KM. & Trempe, M. (2014, October). Does random practice impair motor skill consolidation? Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, London, Canada.

Trempe, M., Gohier, JL., Charbonneau, M. & Tremblay, J. (2013, October). Consolidation outcome in experienced divers depends on performance during acquisition. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Kelowna, Canada.

Trempe, M., Sabourin, M., Rohbanfard, H. & Proteau, L. (2010, November). Motor skill consolidation following observation. Society for neuroscience annual conference, San Diego, United States.

Trempe, M., Sabourin, M. & Proteau, L. (2009, November). Can we consolidate a motor skill that we have never practiced? Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Toronto, Canada.

Trempe, M., Sabourin, M. & Proteau, L. (2009, October). The subjective evaluation of our own performance influences the consolidation of a visuomotor adaptation task. Society for neuroscience annual conference, Chicago, United States.

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2008, November). Does our brain consolidate everything we do? Society for neuroscience annual conference, Washington D.C., United States.

Trempe, M., Brière, J. & Proteau, L. (2008, November). Consolidation improves one’s ability to correct execution errors. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Canmore, Canada.

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2008, November). Does our brain consolidate everything we do? Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Canmore, Canada.

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2007, November). The influence of initial performance on motor skill consolidation. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology annual conference, Windsor, Canada.

Proteau, L., Brière, J., Messier, J., Mongeon, D., & Trempe, M. (2005, November). Automatic correction to experimentally induced aiming errors. Invited symposium:  Motor Control and Learning:  New directions.  11th international conference of ACAPS. Paris, France.

Présentation sans comité de révision

Siméon, C., Dusseault, K., & Trempe, M. (2016, October). Using the Shockbox system to quantify impacts to the head and detect concussions. Rendez-vous des Entraineurs of the Institut national du sport du Québec, Montréal, Canada.

Trempe, M., Siméon, C., & Dusseault, K. (2016, May). Using algorithms to detect concussions during a football game: finding a needle in a haystack. Annual conference of the Psychological Health and Well-Being Research cluster of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Takacs, A., Lawford, H, & Trempe, M. (2016, May). Physical activity or charitable activity: do we have to choose? Annual conference of the Psychological Health and Well-Being Research cluster of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Hamel, R., Trempe, M., & Bernier, PM. (2016, May). TMS disruption of post-movement activity in M1 impairs retention only when motor commands tend to repeat. Annual conference of the Psychological Health and Well-Being Research cluster of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Hamel, R., Trempe, M., & Bernier, PM. (2016, March). TMS disruption of post-movement activity in M1 impairs retention only when motor commands tend to repeat. Research week of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Siméon, C., Dusseault, K., & Trempe, M. (2016, March). Assessing the potential of the Shockbox system to improve football players’ safety. Research week of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Takacs, A., Lawford, H, & Trempe, M. (2016, March). Motivation for participation in charitable activities. Research week of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Neville, K.-M. & Trempe, M. (2015, May). Does variable practice impair motor skill consolidation? Rendez-vous des Entraineurs organized by the Institut du sport du Québec, Montréal, Canada.

Bigley, D. & Trempe, M. (2015, March). Assessment of the body cues predicting shooting direction in Lacrosse. Research week of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Neville, K.-M. & Trempe, M. (2014, March). Does variable practice impair motor skill consolidation? Research week of Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada.

Trempe, M., Michaud, B. & Proteau, L. (2009, February). Influence de l’orientation du tronc et de la tête sur la planification du mouvement. Research days of the Département de kinésiologie, Montréal, Canada.

Trempe, M., Brière, J. & Proteau, L. (2009, February). La consolidation améliore l’habileté à corriger une erreur d’exécution. Research days of the Département de kinésiologie, Montréal, Canada.

Trempe, M., Sabourin, M.* & Proteau, L. (2009, February). Peut-on consolider une habileté motrice jamais pratiquée ? Research days of the Département de kinesiology, Montréal, Canada.

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2008, February). Adaptation visuomotrice : une approche computationnelle. Research days of the Département de kinesiology, Montréal, Canada.

Trempe, M. & Proteau, L. (2007, February). Une habileté motrice complexe peut être perfectionnée sans pratique physique. Research days of the Département de kinesiology, Montréal, Canada.