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thank you and good afternoon everybody should or it's always a picture and the speaker of the thing
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not uh not easy i'm not presentation about the effect of
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training with additive on learning following immediately control directive
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not just start with a question what's the difference between a christian over now though and you should work
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or what's the difference between mike sign so yeah i'm i'm simone buys
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even though they all try and hours and hours to become the best at beep in
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the the fifteenth some of them are used to train the brain more than others
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chris channel for example is used to racked in a highly dynamic and continuously changing environment
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and um and actually checked reese channel have to make quick
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decisions have to rapidly at that too unpredictable situations
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i have to be um could need to be flexible in other words athletes pakistan on not
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only have developed their copyrights battery fitness or the the need the also trend that right
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and the other was it you shane is used to performing in a stable and predictable environment
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rise cognitive abilities are probably required there is no one expected surprise on the track
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so now the question is how can we improve search cognitive uh abilities how does
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the brain response to such training and those exams and if yes how
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had brain imaging techniques allow us to investigate what happens
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in the brain adjustable science institute of the university of clothes and we use the e. g.
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excellent program to collect electrical activity is produced by ignorance within the brain
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the objective of our team is to investigate the relationships
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between the brain human movement and cognitive function
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we basically transposed tools and methods use in our science to sports and movements sciences
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let's go back to to chris channel as it on the finance yeah stop it got up to unpredictable situations
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in which split seconds impressions of what the action are needed
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um this ability to stop motto accents is commonly referred to more talking to be to be controlled
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which provides what adapted behave your new or changing situations
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but now i can guess as this ability in that that we the basketball courts
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to go no good ask route participants have to response that's part of possible
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on a keyboard when editor appears on the screen on is that it
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or even weeks so i don't go or no go condition
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thanks so that you do that you're recording during that that we can have
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valuable to see how the brain adapts its itself through the the training
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and we can then compare the brand at the beginning and at the end of the training
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and demonstrate the um the meeting property of the brain
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to reorganise itself even after a short chaining
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when i see short it's fifty minutes so later now imagine how the benefits channel

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Conference program

Introduction
Jean-Loup Chappelet, UNIL-IDHEAP Professor
10 May 2017 · 9:08 a.m.
Organisation
10 May 2017 · 9:20 a.m.
Keynote - Sport ethics
Bengt Kayser, UNIL-ISSUL Professor
10 May 2017 · 9:22 a.m.
Heritage Sporting Events
Joël Pinson, UNIL-IDHEAP
10 May 2017 · 11:59 a.m.

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