Les formations CATCH + THINK reposent sur des décennies de recherches universitaires menées par des chercheurs du monde entier.

Aubert S., Aucouturier J., Ganière C., Fillon A., Genin P., Schipman J., Larras B., Pranoczy C., Duclos M., Thivel D, “Results from France’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth”. J Phys Act Health, November 2018, 15(S2), S360-S362.


Chazal J., “A propos de l’évolution du cerveau de l’Homme”, Neurochirurgie, Septembre 2005, 51(3-4), P. 197-204.


Servan-Schreiber Emile, Super collectif, la nouvelle puissance de nos intelligences, Paris, Fayard, 2018, p. 32.


Wooley A., Chabris C., Pentland A., Hashimi N., Malone T., “Evidence for a collective intelligence factor in the performance of human groups”, Science, October 2010, 330, p. 686-688.


Rizzolati G., Fadiga L, Gallese V., Fogassi L.  “Premotor cortex and the recognition of motor actions”, Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research, March 1996, 3(2), p. 131-141.


Demolliens M., Isbaine F., Takerkart S., Huguet P., Boussaoud D, “Social and asocial prefrontal cortex neurons: a new look at social facilitation and the social brain”, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, August 2017, 12(8), p. 1241-1248.


Gomez J., Barnett M., Natu V., Mezer A., Palomero-Gallagher N., Weiner K., Amunts K., Zilles K., Grill-Spector K., “Microstructural proliferation in human cortex is coupled with the development of face processing”, Science, January 2017, 355(63-20), p. 68-71.


Bryn Mawr University. « Brain Structures and their Functions. » June 3, 2005. (June 13)

Children’s Hospital Boston. « The Neuron. » 2007. (June 13, 2011). « Anatomy of the Brain. » Feb. 28, 2011. (June 15, 2011).


McGill University. « The Brain from Top To Bottom. » (June 14, 2011).


National Geographic. « Command Central. » 1996-2011. (June 14, 2011).


Mangine, G. T., Hoffman, J. R., Wells, A. J., Gonzalez, A. M., Rogowski, J. P., Townsend, J. R., Jajtner, A. R., Beyer, K. S., Bohner, J.D., Pruna, G. J., Fragala, M. S., & Stout, J. R. (2014). Visual Tracking Speed Is Related to Basketball-Specific Measures of Performance in NBA Players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28, 2406-2414.


Legault, I., Allard, R., & Faubert, J. (2013). Healthy older observers show equivalent perceptual-cognitive training benefits to young adults for multiple object tracking. Frontiers in Psychology, 4.


Parsons, B., Magill, T., Boucher, A., Zhang, M., Zogbo, K., Berube, S., Scheffer, O., Beauregard, M., & Faubert, J. (2014). Enhancing Cognitive Function Using Perceptual-Cognitive Training. Clinical EEG and neuroscience.


Harenberg, S., McCaffrey, R., Butz, M., Post, D., Howlett, J., Dorsch, K. D., & Lyster, K. (2016). Can Multiple Object Tracking Predict Laparoscopic Surgical Skills? Journal of surgical education.


Faubert, J., & Sidebottom, L. (2012). Perceptual-Cognitive Training of Athletes. Journal of Clinical Sports Psychology, 6, 85-102.


Legault, I., & Faubert, J. (2012). Perceptual-cognitive training improves biological motion perception: evidence for transferability of training in healthy aging. Neuroreport, 23, 469–473.


Faubert, J. (2013). Professional athletes have extraordinary skills for rapidly learning complex and neutral dynamic visual scenes. Scientific Reports, 3, 1154


Romeas, T., Guldner, A., & Faubert, J. (2016). 3D-Multiple Object Tracking task training improves passing decision-making accuracy in soccer players. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, In press.


Parsons, B., Bates, R., & Faubert, J. (2013). Attention and perceptual-cognitive training: Preliminary evidence for training attention deficit populations. CHADD Annual Conference on ADHD, Poster presentation


The Science Museum. « What makes the human brain unique. » (June 13, 2011).



Washington University, Neuroscience for Kids. « Types of Neurons. » 1996-2011. (June 13, 2011).


Miller, George A. (1956). “The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information” (PDF). Psychological Review. 63 (2): 81–97. CiteSeerX 13310704.


Goldstein, E. Bruce, 1941- (2015). Cognitive psychology: connecting mind, research and everyday experience (4th ed.). New york: Cengage learning. ISBN 978-1285763880OCLC 885178247.


Goldstein, E. Bruce, 1941- (2015). Cognitive psychology: connecting mind, research and everyday experience (4th ed.). New york: Cengage learning. ISBN 978-1285763880OCLC 885178247.


Atkinson, R.C.; Shiffrin, R.M. (1968). Chapter: Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes. Psychology of Learning and Motivation. 2. pp. 89–195. doi:10.1016/s0079-7421(08)60422-3ISBN 9780125433020.


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Bruno Patino (2019) « La civilisation du poisson rouge – petit traité sur le marché de l’attention » Grasset ISBN 978-2-246-819-29-5


Michel Desmurget (septembre 2019) « La fabrique du crétin digital – Les dangers des écrans pour nos enfants » Seuil ISBN 978-2-02-142331-0


Zach Schonbrun (juillet 2019) « Sport et Neurosciences – Comment le cerveau influe sur la performance » Amphora ISBN 978-2-75760-394-9


Jean-Luc Berthier, Gréfoire Borst, Mickael Desnos, Frédéric Guilleray (2018) ESF Sciences Humaines ISBN 978-2-7101-3439-8


Céline Alvarez « Les lois naturelles de l’enfant » Les Arènes ISBN 978-2-35204-550-2