This domain group is interested in the neural and psychological basis of how human movement skill is acquired, learned and controlled. Current research covers a wide range of topics in sensorimotor control, self-modelling and observational learning, posture control and timing in normal, elderly and pathological populations.
Several important collaborations exist with local area hospitals, other departments on campus and research institutes.
Careers enabled by specialization in Motor Control and Learning
- Clinical psychology
- Occupational therapy
- Motion Analysis/Animation