Nicaise Virginie

Date de dernière mise à jour : le 24 septembre 2015

Fonction : Enseignante-Chercheure

Grade : Maître de Conférences

Responsabilités : Enseignements dispensés à l'UFR-STAPS
- Licence 1 : Psychologie du Développement
- Licence 2 : Psychologie des groupes et motivation
- Licence 2 orientation « Activité Physique Adaptée » : Psychologie des relations
- Licence 3 orientation « Entrainement » : Psychologie du sport
- Master 1 orientation « Entrainement : Préparation Psychologique, Mentale et Réhabilitation» Psychologie : « Les théories de la motivation = approches pratiques »
- Master 1 « Activité Physique Adaptée » : Accompagnement des stagiaires - mémoire de recherche

Thèmes de recherche :

Déterminants psycho- socio- écologiques de l’activité physique favorable à la santé. Influences environnementales, sociales et motivation en contextes éducatif, thérapeutique et sportif, dans une perspective socio-cognitive.

Investie dans 4 projets en cours au sein du laboratoire CRIS

* Patients atteints d’athérosclérose : « Mécanismes et impact d’un entraînement physique sur l’inflammation cérébrale et l’AVC dans le contexte de l’athérosclérose : de la cellule au patient. » : Évaluation de l’Activité Physique  chez les patients symptomatiques et non symptomatiques. Etude prospective sur les risques d’AVC ; et Ré-entrainer des patients à risque non symptomatiques pour évaluer l’effet de l’AP sur les variables d’intérêt définies (variables psycho, motivation et adhésion –investissement à courte, moyen et long terme au sein d’une AP favorable à la santé et sur la taille des plaques).

Vincent Pialoux, Pauline Mury (M2), Noémie Leinhart (M1)

* Jeunes Sportifs de Haut-Niveau : « Protéger » et développer les capacités mentales du sportif en formation pour le haut-niveau: Comment agir efficacement sur la dynamique émotionnelle et motivationnelle.

Emma Guillet et Guillaume Martinent, Alexis Capela (M1)

* Pas-à-pas : Ce projet cible les femmes issues des quartiers défavorisés, vise à promouvoir un comportement de santé (i.e., la marche active), afin de les investir dans une démarche volontaire pour qu’elles soient suffisamment active pour répondre aux exigences nationales en terme d’activité physique (AP) (i.e., être physiquement active au moins 30 minutes / jour à une intensité modérée).

Bonus Qualité Recherche 2014 : 7620,40 €

Eric Reynes, Sophie Berthouze

Mots clés : Activité physique, intervention, santé, sociocognitif / écologique, méthode d’évaluation de l’AP (accéléromètre).

Tel : 04 72 43 28 38

Réseaux sociaux

Researchgate

Ouvrages

Articles internationaux

Reuben, K., Kahan, D. & Nicaise, V. Projet Post-doctorat avec San Diego State University (2008-2011). ”Behavioral Intervention Effectiveness among preschool teachers to get kids physically active, during recess “. Early Education and Development. Soumis Février 2015 (IF = 1.54).

16. Tessier, D., Sarrazin, P., Nicaise, V. & Dupont, JP. (2015). The effects of persuasive communication and planning on intentions to be more physically active and on physical activity behavior among low-active adolescents. Health Psychology 30 (5), 583–604. (AERES Psychologie : classée Excellent; IF = 2.25).

15. Van-Hoye, A., Nicaise, V., & Sarrazin, P. (2014). Self-reported and objective physical activity measurement by active youth. Science & Sports, 29(2), 78-87. (AERES : B ; IF = 0.475).

14. Nicaise, V., Crespo, N., Marshall, S. J. (2014). Agreement Between the IPAQ and Accelerometer for Detecting Intervention-Related Changes in Physical Activity in a Sample of Latino Women. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 11(5). (AERES : A2; IF: 1.86).

13. Nicaise, V. & Kahan, D. (2013). Psychological changes among Muslim students participating in a faith-based school PA intervention. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 84(4), 522-529. (AERES : A3; IF: 1.5).

12. Marshall, S. J., Nicaise, V., Ji, M., Levy, S. S., Haubenstricker, J., Tudor-Locke, C., & Ainsworth, B. E. (2013). Using step cadence goals to increase moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45(3), 592-602. (AERES : A1; IF:4.4).

11. Kahan, D., Nicaise, V., & Reuben, K.  (2013). Convergent Validity of Four Accelerometer Cut Point Methods with Direct Observation of Preschool Children’s Outdoor Physical Activity. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 84(1), 59-67. (AERES : A3; IF: 1.5).

10. Nicaise, V., Kahan, D., Reuben, K., & Sallis, J.F. (2012). Evaluation of a Redesigned Outdoor Space on Preschool Children’s Unstructured Physical Activity. Pediatrics Exercise Science, 24(4). (IF: 1.7).

9. Kahan, D. & Nicaise, V. (2012). Walk as directed: Adolescent adherence to Pedometer Intervention Protocol. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 9(7):962-9. (AERES : A2; IF: 1.86).

8. Kahan, D. & Nicaise, V. (2012). Virtual Umra: an Interdisciplinary Faith-based Pedometer Intervention for Increasing Steps at School. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 9(3):402-13. (AERES : A2; IF:1.86).

7. Nicaise, V., Kahan, D. & Sallis, J.F. (2011). Location, Social Context, and Type of Physical Activity Among Preschoolers on Playgrounds. Preventive Medicine, 53(4-5):309-15. (IF: 3.29).

6. Nicaise, V., Marshall, S. J. & Ainsworth, B. E. (2011). Domain-specific physical activity among low-income Latinas living in San Diego County. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 8(7), 881-90. (AERES : A2; IF: 1.85).

5. Davis, K. & Nicaise, V. (2011). Verbal Interactions between Male and Female Teachers and Students in High School Physical Education. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 46(2), 11-23. (classée en 70 e).

4. Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2008). Physical education teacher feedback: Effects of student’s gender and physical activity on observations and perceptions: which similarity? The International Journal of Sport Sciences and Physical Education, 81, 35-43. (Revue B liste complémentaire CNU 74, indexée Scopus; IF: 0.339).

3. Nicaise, V., Fairclough, S. J., Bois, J., Davis, K. L. & Cogérino, G. (2007). Teacher Feedback and Interactions in Physical Education: Effects of Student Gender and Physical Activities. European Review of Physical Education, 13(3), 319-337. (AERES : A1; IF:0.83).

2. Nicaise, V., Bois, J., Fairclough, S. J., Amorose, A. J. & Cogérino, G. (2007). Girls’ and Boys’ Perceptions of Physical Education Teachers’ Feedback: Effects on Performance and Psychological Responses. Journal of Sport Sciences, 25(8), 915-926. (AERES : A3; IF : 1.9).

1. Nicaise, V., Cogérino, G., Bois, J. & Amorose, A. (2006). Students’ perceptions of Teacher’s Feedback and Physical Competence in Physical Education Classes: Gender effects. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 25, 36-57. (AERES : A1; IF: 1.0).

 

Chapitres d'ouvrages collectifs

Nicaise, V., & Cogérino, G. (2005). Les feedback : perceptions différenciées chez les filles et les garçons. In G. Cogérino, Filles et garçons en EPS. Edition EPS.

Vulgarisation Scientifique

Nicaise V. (2015). Supporters, psychologues, relais de l’entraineur, investisseurs, banquiers, taxis, cuisiniers… Quid du rôle et de la place des parents dans le projet sportif de leur enfant, jeune sportif de haut-niveau. Voiron, Tremplin Sport Formation, 30 Août. Plan d’Excellence Sportif.

Nicaise V. (2015). Le sport en club : comprendre les motivations des pratiquants. Valence, Comité Départemental Olympique Sportif. 20 Janvier.

Caparosa, S., Nichols, J., Marshall, S. J., Capriani, D., Kingsbury, T., Lorenz, K., Robusto, K., Nicaise, V. (2011). Exergaming: Not just for kids anymore! American Council Exercise. http://www.acefitness.org/certifiednewsarticle/1184/ace-sponsored-research-exergaming-not-just-for/

Nicaise, V. & Goetghebuer, G.  (2010). Comment les entraîneurs doivent-ils s’y prendre pour motiver efficacement leurs troupes (entraînement). Sport & Vie, n.118, jan/fev 2010.

Nicaise, V. & Goetghebuer, G.  (2010). L’éloge du gigotement (santé). Sport & Vie, n.123, nov/déc 2010.

Rapports de Recherche & d'expertise

Pour les revues suivantes :

Journal of Physical Activity and Health

American Journal of Preventive Medicine

BM Public Health

Congrès internationaux

Communication orale

1.  Tessier D., Nicaise V. &  Sarrazin P. (2013). Effet d’une intervention combinant un message persuasif et l’implémentation des intentions sur les intentions et l’activité physique d’adolescents sédentaires. 15th International Researcher Association in sport and Physical Activity, Oct.29th – 31th, Grenoble.

2.  Aibar, A., Zaragoza, J., Generelo, E., Nicaise, V., Paillard, T., & Bois, J. (2013). Motivation in adolescents’ physical activity of two European countries. 13th Annual congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS), 26-29th June, Barcelona (Spain).

3. Tessier, D., Nicaise, V. (2013). Effects of goal framing messages and implmentation of intention on sedentary adolescents’ intention and physical activity behavior. 5th Self-Determinaiton Theory (SDT) international conference. June 27-30th, Rochester NY (USA).

4.  Tessier, D., Nicaise, V. & Sarrazin, P. (2012). Effets de messages persuasifs visant à promouvoir un mode de vie physiquement actif sur les intentions et le niveau d’activité physique objectif d’adolescents sédentaires. Colloque “Santé et EPS : un prétexte, des réalités”. 29-30 Mars, Strasbourg (France).

5.  Tessier, D., Dupont, J.P. & Nicaise, V. (2010). The Effect of a Randomized Controlled Trial of an Intervention Enhancing Adolescents’ Motivation, Intentions and leisure-time Physical Activity. International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP) October 26th-29th Coruna (Spain).

6.  Guillet, E. & Nicaise, V. (2007). Relationships between the female pre-and adolescent handballers’ commitment and peer-created climate. Symposium « Significant Others », 12th International Researcher Association in sport and Physical Activity, Oct.31th – Nov.2nd, Leuven (Belgium).

7.  Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2006). The perceived and real feedback of the Physical Education teachers: student’s gender effect. 4th International Conference of the ARIS and AFRAPS (Association for Research on the Intervention in Sport), May 11th, Besançon (France).

8.  Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2006). Physical education teacher’s feedback: effect of student’s gender and physical and sporting activity. International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP), July 5th – 8th, Jyväskylä (Finlande).

9.  Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2003). Symposium “Gender identity pluridisciplinary approachs of it construct in physical education”, 10th International Congress of the ACAPS (Association of Researchers in Physical and Sporting Activities), Oct. 31th– Nov. 1st, Toulouse (France).

 

Communication affichée

1. Lienhart, N., Nicaise, V., Martinent, G., Guillet, E., & Bois, J. (soumis 2015). Evaluation des propriétés psychométrique du Parental Involvement in Sport Questionnaire : invariance multigroupe père / mère. 16th International Congress of the ACAPS (Association of Researchers in Physical and Sporting Activities), Oct. 26-28th, Nantes (France).
2. Lienhart, N., Nicaise, V., Guillet, E., Martinent, G., & Bois, J. (2015). Importance différenciée des comportements de la mère et du père sur la satisfaction et la menace des trois besoins psychologiques des jeunes sportifs. French Society of Sport Psychology, April 29-30th, Aix en Provence (France).
3. Nicaise, V., Martinent, G., Guillet, E. Lienhart, N. & Bois, J. (2015). Perceived parental sport and overall climate profiles by elite adolescent athletes related with their motivation. European Federation of Sport Psychology . July 14-19th, Bern (Switzerland).
4. Guillet, E., Martinent, G., Nicaise, V., & Lienhart, N. (2015). A three wave design: reciprocal relationship between motivation and basic psychological needs. European Federation of Sport Psychology . July 14-19th, Bern (Switzerland).
5. Nicaise, V., Tessier, D., & Sarrazin, P. (2011). Promoting physically active lifestyle toward sedentary adolescent at school: A short term intervention. International Researcher Association in sport and Physical Activity October, 24-26th, Rennes (France).
6. Nicaise, V., Crespo, N., & Marshall, S. J. (2011). The sensitivity and specificity of the International Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) for detecting intervention-related change in physical activity among Latinas. American College of Sports Medicine, May 31th – June 4th, Denver (USA). Medicine Science in Sports & Exercise: May 2011 – Volume 43 – Issue 5 – p 607.
7. Nicaise, V., Kahan, D., & Sallis, J.F. (2011). Preschool Children’s PA Intensity as a Function of Playground Location. Research Consortium for the American Association of Health and Physical Education and Recreational Dance, March 29th – April 2nd, San Diego (USA).
8. Nicaise, V., & Kahan, D. (2011). Psychological changes from/correlates of PA in a faith-based school intervention. Research Consortium for the American Association of Health and Physical Education and Recreational Dance, March 29th – April 2nd, San Diego (USA).
9. Kahan, D., Nicaise, V., & Sallis, J.F. (2011). Preschoolers’ PA Intensity: Convergent Validity of Direct Observation and Accelerometry Research. 8th Active Living Research Annual Conference, February 22-24th, San Diego.
10. Kahan, D., & Nicaise, V. (2011). Virtual Umra: A Faith-Based Intervention on Steps at School. Research Consortium for the American Association of Health and Physical Education and Recreational Dance, March 29th – April 2nd, San Diego (USA).
11. Marshall, S. J., Levy, S., Ji. M., Haubenstricker, J., Nicaise, V., Kolkhorst, F. W., Macera, C. & Ainsworth, B. E. (2010). Using pedometers to increase moderate intensity activity: a randomized controlled trial. 3rd International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. May 5th -8th, Toronto (Canada).
12. Nicaise, V., Kahan, D. & Marshall, S. (2010). Enjoyment, motivation and pedometers based physical activity: BMI, gender and age effects. 3rd International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. May 5th -8th, Toronto (Canada).
13. Nicaise, V., Marshall, S. J. & Ainsworth, B. E. (2010). Correlates of Domain-specific physical activity among low-income Latinas living in San Diego County. Society of Behavioral Medicine. April, 7th -10th, Seattle (USA).
14. Nicaise, V., Marshall, S. J. & Ainsworth, B. E. (2010). Domain-specific physical activity and self-report bias among low-income Latino women living in San Diego County. Society of Behavioral Medicine. April, 7th -10th Seattle (USA).
15. Marshall, S. J., Nicaise, V., Lorenz, K., Kingsbury, T., Caparosa, S., Capriani, D. & Nichols, J. (2010). Old dogs and new tricks: a qualitative study of older adults’ experiences with exergame. Society of Behavioral Medicine, April. 7th -10th, Seattle Sheraton (USA).
16. Nicaise, V. & Marshall, S., Lorenz, K., Kingsbury, T., Caparosa, S., Capriani, D. & Nichols, J. (2010). Old dogs and new tricks: a qualitative study of older adults’ experiences with exergame. French Society of Sport Psychology, April 25-27th, Lyon (France).
17. Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2005). Effet du sexe des élèves sur les Feedback de l’enseignant-e : études de cas en EPS. 11th International Congress of the ACAPS (Association of Researchers in Physical and Sporting Activities), Oct.26-28th, Paris (France).
18. Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2005). Perceptions des élèves des feedback de l’enseignant et compétence physique en classes d’EPS : effet du genre. 3rd International Conference of the ARIS and AFRAPS, January 20-22nd, Louvain la-neuve (Belgium).
19. Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2004). Perceptions of teacher’s feedbacks, and students’ perceived competence: variations as a function of sex and gender orientation. 9th Annual congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS), July 3-6th, Clermont-Ferrand (France).
20. Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2005). Perceptions différenciées des élèves des feedbacks de l’enseignant : effet du sexe, du genre et du niveau de réussite. 5th International Congress of the AECSE (Association Enseignants et Chercheurs en Sc. de l’Education), Aug. 31th- Sept. 4th, Paris (France).

Congrès nationaux

Communication orale

1.      Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2006). PE Teacher Feedback, students’ perceptions: effects on girls’ and boys’ perceived physical competence. Discussion Groups at Biennial Event in Education and Training, National Institute of Research and Teaching Method (INRP) & APRIEF, April 11th, Lyon (France).

Communication affichée

1.       Nicaise, V. & Guillet, E. (2008). The father and the mother: role in their daughter’s handball commitment and drop out. French Society of Sport Psychology, March 26th-28th, Quiberon (France).

2.         Nicaise, V. & Cogérino, G. (2004). Physical competence in physical education classes: relationships with teacher feedback, student sex and gender. French Society of Sport Psychology, April 1-2nd, Grenoble (France).

3.        Nicaise, V., Bois, J. & Sarrazin, P. (2003). « Contribution relative des autrui significatifs à la motivation du pré-adolescent pour la pratique sportive : une étude sur les parents, les pairs, et les meilleur(e)s ami(e)s. » French Society of Sport Psychology, 2nd Prize of the student’s best research, March 21-22nd, Paris (France).

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