Motor Control and Learning Research Lab
Location: Room 178S Forker
The broad purpose of the Motor Control and Learning Research Lab is to better understand principles of motor control and motor learning and how the brain contributes to effective movement, with a long-range goal to impact remediation, rehabilitation, and therapeutic practices. A primary focus is to study the planning and control of movement sequencing, as well as the interaction between movement and executive processing.
Lines of Research
The Role of the Supplementary Motor Area in Movement Sequencing in Adults and Children with Developmental Dyslexia
The Development of Executive Processing in Children through Rhythmic Movement