Jean-Pierre Roll focuses on Anatomy, Proprioception, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Muscle spindle and Microneurography. His work on Ankle as part of general Anatomy study is frequently linked to Forefoot, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Jean-Pierre Roll combines subjects such as Perception, Optical illusion, Sensory stimulation therapy, Stimulation and Force platform with his study of Proprioception.
His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research includes elements of Somatosensory system and Mechanical vibration. His study in Muscle spindle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tendon and Tonic vibration reflex. His work focuses on many connections between Isometric exercise and other disciplines, such as Biceps, that overlap with his field of interest in Elbow, Sensation and Movement.
Jean-Pierre Roll spends much of his time researching Proprioception, Anatomy, Muscle spindle, Neuroscience and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His studies in Proprioception integrate themes in fields like Illusion, Electromyography, Sensory system and Ankle. The various areas that Jean-Pierre Roll examines in his Anatomy study include Vibration, Electrophysiology and Isometric exercise.
He brings together Muscle spindle and Microneurography to produce work in his papers. His Sensory receptor, Sensation, Angular gyrus and Superior temporal sulcus study in the realm of Neuroscience interacts with subjects such as Kinematics. His work on Postural Balance as part of general Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His main research concerns Proprioception, Movement, Neuroscience, Sensory system and Communication. His Proprioception research incorporates elements of Vibration, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Muscle spindle. Jean-Pierre Roll interconnects Common peroneal nerve and Ankle in the investigation of issues within Muscle spindle.
His Common peroneal nerve study is focused on Anatomy in general. His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gating and Pattern recognition. His Sensory system research incorporates themes from Somatosensory system and Perception.
Jean-Pierre Roll mainly focuses on Proprioception, Neuroscience, Common peroneal nerve, Communication and Illusion. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Sensory system under Proprioception, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His study in Common peroneal nerve is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ankle, Muscle spindle and Sensory cue.
His Communication research focuses on Movement and how it relates to Afferent, Sensation and Tendon vibration. His study looks at the intersection of Illusion and topics like Multisensory integration with Insula, Parietal lobe, Superior temporal sulcus and Inferior parietal lobule. His work in Anatomy addresses issues such as Motion perception, which are connected to fields such as Electromyography.
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Alteration of proprioceptive messages induced by tendon vibration in man: a microneurographic study.
J. P. Roll;J. P. Vedel;E. Ribot.
Experimental Brain Research (1989)
Kinaesthetic role of muscle afferents in man, studied by tendon vibration and microneurography
J P Roll;J P Vedel.
Experimental Brain Research (1982)
The plantar sole is a 'dynamometric map' for human balance control
Anne Kavounoudias;Régine Roll;Jean-Pierre Roll.
Foot sole and ankle muscle inputs contribute jointly to human erect posture regulation.
Anne Kavounoudias;Régine Roll;Jean-Pierre Roll.
The Journal of Physiology (2001)
From balance regulation to body orientation: two goals for muscle proprioceptive information processing?
A. Kavounoudias;Jean-Claude Gilhodes;Régine Roll;Jean-Pierre Roll.
Experimental Brain Research (1999)
Eye and neck proprioceptive messages contribute to the spatial coding of retinal input in visually oriented activities.
R Roll;J L Velay;J P Roll.
Experimental Brain Research (1991)
Perceptual and motor effects of agonist-antagonist muscle vibration in man.
J. C. Gilhodes;J. P. Roll;M. F. Tardy-Gervet.
Experimental Brain Research (1986)
Cutaneous afferents from human plantar sole contribute to body posture awareness.
Régine Roll;Anne Kavounoudias;Jean-Pierre Roll.
Vibration-Induced Postural Posteffects
M. M. Wierzbicka;J. C. Gilhodes;J. P. Roll.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1998)
Muscle spindle activity following muscle tendon vibration in man
Edith Ribot-Ciscar;Christiane Rossi-Durand;Jean-Pierre Roll.
Neuroscience Letters (1998)
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