Nounagnon F. Agbangla

Contacts

Email : pfrutueux@gmail.com
Adresse professionnelle : UFR STAPS, 1 rue Lacretelle – 75015 PARIS

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=70MvZf4AAAAJ&hl=fr

Thèmes de recherche

Mon activité de recherche se focalise sur les mécanismes neurophysiologiques sous-jacents des effets de l’exercice physique sur les fonctions exécutives chez les seniors et les jeunes adultes. Je m’intéresse particulièrement à l’hypothèse cardiorespiratoire. Mes travaux ont examiné la relation entre la réponse hémodynamique cérébrale, mesurée par la Spectroscopie Proche de l’Infrarouge (SPIR), et les performances exécutives des seniors et des jeunes adultes en fonction de la condition physique cardiorespiratoire.

Parcours

• Depuis Septembre 2020 : Maitre de Conférences Contractuel, Université Paris Descartes, Université de Paris.
• 2019-2020: Ingénieur d’étude, Laboratoire URePSSS – SHERPAS (ULR 7369), Université d’Artois.
• 2018-2019 : Enseignant contractuel, Faculté du Sport et de l’Éducation Physique, Université d’Artois.
• 2017-2018 : ATER, Faculté du Sport et de l’Éducation Physique, Université d’Artois.
• 2016-2017 : ATER, Département de Psychologie, Université de Poitiers.
• 2014-2016 : DCACE, Faculté des Sciences du Sport, Université de Poitiers.
• 2013-2017: Doctorat en STAPS, Université de Poitiers, France – Titre de la thèse : ʺVieillissement, contrôle exécutif et exercice physique : Etude des corrélats neurophysiologiques par la spectroscopie proche de l’infrarougeʺ. (Sous la direction du Pr. Michel AUDIFFREN, Université de Poitiers & Pr. Cédric ALBINET, Université de Toulouse – INU Champollion).
• 2011-2013: Master en STAPS, Ingénierie de la Rééducation, du Handicap et de la Performance Motrice, Université de Poitiers.

Publications

7-André, N.; Agbangla, N.F. (2020). Are Barriers the Same Whether I Want to Start or Maintain Exercise? A Narrative Review on Healthy Older Adults. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, 6247 [IF2020: 2.849, Q2] https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17176247

6-Agbangla, N.F., Fraser, S.A., & Albinet, C. (2019). An overview of the cardiorespiratory hypothesis and its potential contribution to the care of neurodegenerative disease in Africa. Medicina, 55(9), 601 [IF 2019: 1.205, Q3] DOI: 10.3390/medicina55090601

5-Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2019). Working memory, cognitive load and cardiorespiratory fitness: Testing the CRUNCH model with near-infrared spectroscopy. Brain Sciences, 9 (2) 38 [Q2] DOI: 10.3390/brainsci9020038

4-Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., & Albinet, C. (2017). Assessing muscular oxygenation during incremental exercise using near-infrared spectroscopy: Comparison of three different methods. Physiological Research, 66, 979-985. [IF 2017: 0.651, Q2] DOI: 10.33549/physiolres.933612

3-Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., & Albinet, C. (2017). Use of near-infrared spectroscopy in the investigation of brain activation during cognitive aging: Review and Perspectives of an emerging area of research. Ageing Research Reviews, 38, 52-66. [IF 2017: 3.671, Q1] DOI: 10.1016/j.arr.2017.07.003

2-Meugnot, A., Agbangla, N.F., & Toussaint, L. (2016). Selective impairment of sensorimotor representations following short-term upper-limb immobilization. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69 (9):1842-1850. [IF 2016: 1.411, Q1] DOI: 10.1080/17470218.2015.1125376.

1-Meugnot, A., Agbangla, N.F., Almecija, Y., & Toussaint, L. (2015). Motor imagery practice may compensate for the slowdown of sensorimotor processes induced by short-term upper-limb immobilization. Psychological Research, 79 (3) :489-499. [IF 2015: 1.257, Q1] DOI: 10.1007/s00426-014-0577-1

Communications

Agbangla, N.F., Blondel, N., Caby I., Carton A., Clavel C., Martin J-C., Nuytens, W., Penin N., & Sallé, L. (2021). Exploration de la place des activités physiques auprès des populations socialement vulnérables : enquêtes pluridisciplinaires dans un quartier prioritaire d’une ancienne ville minière. Journées d’Études Francophones en Activités Physiques Adaptées, Caen, France, 26-28 Mai. [Communication orale]

 Agbangla, N.F., Carton, Annie., & Amoura, C. (2019). Le type de sport pratiqué et l’auto-affirmation améliorent-ils les fonctions exécutives chez les jeunes sportifs? Angers, France, 13-14 Juin. [Poster]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Prefrontal cortex activations in young adults during updating of working memory: effects of the control task and the complexity levels. French Community for Functional-NIRS (2f-NIRS) Meeting, Montpellier, French, April 14 & 15. [Communication orale]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Prefrontal cortex activations in young adults during updating of working memory: effects of the control task and the complexity levels. Specialized Seminars of the Society of Neuroscience, Tours, France, 24-25 May. [Poster]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Investigation of the prefrontal cortex activity and the attentional cost during dual-task paradigm: effects of age and fitness level. Study Day on Aging, Bordeaux, France, 19-20 September. [Communication orale]

 Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Effect of age on behavioral performance and metabolic brain activity during dual task. International neuroergonomics conference, Paris, France, 6-7 October. [Poster]

 Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Effect of physical exercise on brain metabolic activity in young adults and senior. 19th Day of neuroscience. « Influence of the body on cerebral plasticity », Tours, France, 22 November. [Invité]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2016). Investigation of the compensation-related utilization of neural circuits hypothesis (CRUNCH) model as a function of cardiorespiratory fitness. International workshop on Aging in the Neuro-musculo-skeletal System, Marseille, France, 15-17 Mars. [Communication orale]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2015). Load-dependent brain activation as a function of task complexity in young and older adults. Sport and Wellness Day, Poitiers, France, 18 June. [Poster]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2015). Optical brain imaging: A promising tool in understanding the effects of physical activity on cognitive and cerebral aging. Sport and Wellness Day, Poitiers, France, 18 June. [Communication orale]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., & Albinet, C. (2015). Load-dependant brain activation as a function of task difficulty assessed by near infrared spectroscopy during inhibition. French Community for Functional-NIRS (2f-NIRS) Meeting, Toulouse, France, 2-3 April. [Poster]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., & Albinet, C. (2014). Muscular oxygenation pattern during an incremental exercise: Comparison of three different methods. French Community for Functional-NIRS (2f-NIRS) Meeting, Toulouse, France, 15 April. [Poster]

Agbangla, N.F., Audiffren, M., Pylouster, J., & Albinet, C. (2015). Evolution of the prefrontal cortex activation during the n-back task in young adults and seniors. Congress of the Association of Researchers Physical and Sports Activities, Nantes, France, 26 au 28 October. [Communication orale]

Autres activités

  • Expertise d’articles scientifiques : Behavioral Sciences (1×), Brain Science (3x), Education Sciences (1×), Medicina (2×), International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (18×), Journal of Clinical Medicine (1×), Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology (1×), Journal of Aging and Health (1×), Nutrients (1×), Pan African Medical Journal (1×), Sustainability (6×).