Benedikt Lauber

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 benedikt.lauber@unifr.ch
 +41 26 300 7286

Recherche et publications

  • Recent Publications

    2019

    Centner C, Lauber B, Seynnes OR, Jerger S, Sohnius T, Gollhofer A, König D. (2019). Low-load blood flow restriction training induces similar morphological and mechanical Achilles tendon adaptations compared to high-load resistance training. J Appl Physiol (Epub ahead of print).

    Pourmajidian M, Lauber B, Sidhu SK. (2019). Preconditioning cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation facilitates the neuroplastic effect of subsequent anodal transcranial direct current stimulation applied during cycling in young adults. Neurosci Lett (Epub ahead of print).

    Helm M, Feyler K, Waldvogel J, Lauber B, Gollhofer A, Ritzmann R. (2019). Anticipation of drop height affects neuromuscular control and muscle-tendon mechanics. Scand J Med Sci Sports (Epub ahead of print).

    Taube W, Gollhofer A, Lauber B. (2019). Training-, muscle- and task-specific up- and downregulation of cortical inhibitory processes. EJN (Epub ahead of print).

    Lauber B, Kurz A, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2019). Mental imagery and colour cues can prevent interference between motor tasks. Neuropsychologia 18;124:202-207.

    2018

    Lauber B, Kurz A, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2018). Menatl imagery and colour cues can prevent interference between motor tasks. Neuropsychologia (accepted). 

    Lauber B, Gollhofer A, Taube W. (2018). Differences in motor cortical control of the soleus and tibialis anterior. J Exp Biol 221.

    Kurz A, Lauber BFranke S, Leukel C. (2018). Balance training reduces postural sway and improves sport-specific performance in visually impaired cross-country skiers. J Strength Cond. Res (accepted). 

    Keller M, Taube W, Lauber B. (2018). Task-dependent activation of distinct fast and slow(er) motor pathways during motor imagery. Brain Stimulation 11(4):782-788. 

    Kuhn YA, Keller M, Lauber B,Taube W. (2018) Surround inhibition can instantly be modulated by changing the attentional focus. Scientific Reports 18;8(1):1085.