Luc Tremblay

Luc Tremblay, Professor, Sensorimotor Control

  • Professor, Sensorimotor Control
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About Luc

Academic Training

Ph.D. Human Biodynamics - McMaster University 03/2002

M.Sc. Sciences de l'Activité Physique - Université de Montréal 09/1998

B.Sc. Sciences de l'Activité Physique - Université de Montréal 12/1995 

Graduate Student Recruitment Status
Accepting PhD and MSc students
Research Interests

Multisensory integration (vision, proprioception, audition)

Neuromotor control of voluntary action

Use of sensory information as a function of practice

Neuromotor training and rehabilitation 

Selected Publications

Manzone, D. M., and Tremblay, L. (2020). Contributions of exercise-induced fatigue versus intertrial tendon vibration on visual-proprioceptive weighting for goal-directed movement. Journal of Neurophysiology124(3), 802–814. 

Loria, T., Tanaka, K., Watanabe, L., Tremblay, L. (2020). Deploying Attention to the Target Location of a Pointing Action Modulates Audiovisual Processes at Nontarget Locations. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-14.

Goodman, R., Manson, G.A., Tremblay, L. (2020). Age-Related Differences in Sensorimotor Transformations for Visual and/or Somatosensory Targets: Planning or Execution? Experimental Aging Research, 46(2), 128-138.

Loria, T., Manzone, D., Crainic, V., Tremblay, L. (2019). Ipsilateral Eye Contributions to Online Visuomotor Control of Right Upper-Limb Movements. Human Movement Science, 66, 407-415.

Bested, S.R., de Grosbois, J., Crainic, V.A., Tremblay, L. (2019). The Influence of Robotic Guidance on Error Detection and Correction Mechanisms. Human Movement Science, 66, 124-132.

Manson, G.A., Tremblay, L., Lebar, N., de Grosbois, J., Mouchnino, L., Blouin, J. (2019). Auditory Cues for Somatosensory Targets Invoke Visuomotor Transformations: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence. PLOS One, 14(5),e0215518.

Manson, G.A., Blouin, J., Kumawat, A.S., Crainic, V.A., Tremblay, L. (2019). Rapid Online Corrections for Upper Limb Reaches to Perturbed Somatosensory Targets: Evidence for Non-Visual Sensorimotor Transformation Processes. Experimental Brain Research, 237(3), 839-853.

Goodman, R., Tremblay, L. (2018). Using Proprioception to Control Ongoing Actions: Dominance of Vision or Altered Proprioceptive Weighing? Experimental Brain Research, 236 1897-1910.

Professional Memberships

Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS)

International Society for Motor Control (ISMC)

Society for Neuroscience (SfN)