Maître de Conférences

MME Viviane Kostrubiec

Coordination perceptivo-motrice et autisme Apprentissage et mémoire des habilités motrices Théorie dynamique de coordination perceptivo-motrice Action conjointe, coordination inter- personnelle, danse

Coordonnées

Adresse
Recherche : Laboratoire CERPPS Maison de la Recherche – bureau 5 Allée Antonio Machado 31058 TOULOUSE Cedex 9 Enseignement : UFR F2SMH, Pôle Sport, Bureau : 207 - 2ème étage Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse 3 118, route de Narbonne 31062 Toulouse Cedex 9
Tél
+33 (0)5 61 55 64 65
Mail
viviane.kostrubiec@univ-tlse3.fr

Discipline(s)

PSYCHOLOGIE

Discipline(s) enseignée(s)

Psychologie cognitive (mémoire, apprentissage)
Psychologie du sport (expertise, motivation)
Comportements perceptivo-moteurs
Statistiques, programmation (Matlab, R

Thèmes de recherche

Coordination perceptivo-motrice et autisme
Apprentissage et mémoire des habilités motrices
Théorie dynamique de coordination perceptivo-motrice
Action conjointe, coordination inter- personnelle, danse

Activités / CV

2013 : HDR en Sciences du Mouvement Humain à l'Université Paul-Sabatier - Toulouse III
2013 : CRCT à Humain Brain and Behavior Lab, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA
2002 : Maître de Conférences à F2SMH, Université Paul-Sabatier - Toulouse III
2000 : Doctorat en Psychologie Expérimentale à l'Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III
1995 : DEA de Psychologie Cognitive à l'Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III
1990-1995 : Cursus en psychologie à l'Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III

Informations complémentaires

PARUTIONS

  • Kostrubiec, V., & Kruck, J. (accepted). Collaborative research project: developing and testing a robot-assisted intervention for children with autism. Frontiers in Robotics and AI: Human-Robot Interaction.
  • Kostrubiec, V., Huys, R., Zanone, P.G. (2018). Joint dyadic action: error correction by two persons works better than by one alone. Human Movement Science. 61, 1-18.
  • Kostrubiec, V., Huys, R., Jas, B. & Kruck, J. (2017). Age-dependent relationship between socio-adaptability and motor coordination in high functioning children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. doi.org/10.1007/s10803-017-3326-7
  • Kostrubiec, V., & Kostrubiec, B. (2016). A retrospective look at the evolution of the population of the Earth. (Retrospektywne spojrzenie na ewolucje zaludnienia ziemi). Rocznik Lubelskiego Towarzystwa Genealogicznego” Yearbook of the Lublin Genealogical Society (ISSN 2080-9212). Volume VII. (Index Copernicus value IC: 55.56)
  • Kostrubiec, V.; Dumas, G, de Guzman, G., Zanone, P-G, &. Kelso, J.A.S. (2016). The Virtual Teacher (VT) Paradigm: Learning new patterns of interpersonal coordination using the Human Dynamic Clamp. PLOS ONE.
  • Kostrubiec, V., & Kelso, J.A.S. (2014). Incorporating Coordination Dynamics into an Evolutionarily-Grounded Science of Intentiona Change: Comment on Wilson, Hayes, Biglan and Embry. Behavioral and Brain Science.
  • André, G., Kostrubiec, V., Buisson, J-C, Albaret, J-M, Zanone, P-G (2014). A Parsimonious Oscillatory Model of Handwriting and other 2D trajectories production. Biological Cybernetics. 108, 321-336.
  • Kostrubiec, V., Danna, J. & Zanone, P.G. (2013). Attentional cost in graphic trajectories formation (also) co-varies with stability. Human Movement Sciences, Special IGS2011 issue, 35(2), 1010-25.
  • Kostrubiec, V., Zanone, P.G., Fuchs, A., & Kelso, J.A.S. (2012). Beyond the blank slate: routes to learning new coordination patterns depend on the intrinsic dynamics of the learner - experimental evidence and theoretical model. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
  • Bruneau, H., & Kostrubiec, V. (2012). Expertise et mémorisation dans la leçon de danse. In. Brun et coll., La leçon de danse, Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique, collection « Repères pour agir ».
  • Kostrubiec, V., Soppelsa, R., Albaret, J. M., Zanone, P. G. (2011). Facilitation of non-preferred coordination patterns during the transition from discrete to continuous movements. Motor Control. 15(4):456-80.
  • Danna, J., Wamain, Y., Kostrubiec, V., Tallet, T., Zanone, P.-G. (2010).Vers une prise en compte de la contrainte liée à l’effecteur dans la dynamique de coordination graphomotrice. Psychologie Française, 55(2), 171-180.
  • Zanone, P.G., Kostrubiec, V., Albaret, J.M. & Temprado, J.J. (2010) Covariation of attentional cost and stability provides further evidence for two routes to learning new coordination patterns. Acta Psychologica. 133(2):107-18.
  • Tallet, J., Kostrubiec, V., Zanone, P.G. (2010) Proactive transfer of learning depends on the evolution of prior learnt task in memory. 29, Human Movement Science, 349-368.
  • Wamain Y., Kostrubiec V., Longcamp M., Tallet J., Zanone P. G. (2009). Does graphic shapes perception mirror hadwriting patterns production? In: Vinter A., Velay J.L., Advances in graphonomics, International Graphonomics Society, France, pp. 202-205
  • Tallet, J., Kostrubiec, V., Zanone, P.G. (2008). Role of stability in the dynamics of learning, memorizing and forgetting coordination patterns. Journal of Motor Behavior. 40(2), 103-116.
  • Kostrubiec, V, Tallet, J., Zanone, P.G. (2006). How a new behavioral pattern is stabilized with learning determines its persistence and flexibility in memory. Experimental Brain Research. 170(2), 238-44. (Impact factor: 2.168)
  • Zanone, P.G., & Kostrubiec, V. (2004). Searching for (dynamic) principles of learning. In V.K. Jirsa, and J.A.S. Kelso (Eds.), Coordination dynamics: Issues and Trends. Berlin : Springer.
  • Kostrubiec, V., & Zanone, P.G. (2002). Memory dynamics: distance between the task requirements and the closest stable patterns affects learning and recall in bimanual coordination. Neuroscience Letters, 331, 193-197.
  • Kostrubiec, V. (2001). La mémoire émergente : vers une nouvelle approche de la mémorisation. Paris, L'Harmattan, Editions Psychologiques. Publication récompensant le concours de thèses Harmattan.
  • Kostrubiec, V. (2000). Révision des postulats classiques sur la mémoire : approche dynamique non linéaire. Acta Comportamentalia, 8(1), 23-40. (ISSN: 0188-8145)