Seminar in Motor Learning and Control
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

The focus of this seminar is on the mechanisms and principles which govern motor behaviour, motor control, and motor learning across the lifespan. In additional, an emphasis will be placed on understanding and implementing commonly used research methods. KP466 draws upon the frameworks offered by human motor behaviour, experimental psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. Emphasis is placed on a critical appraisal of the scientific literature, seminar presentations, and on the development of a full research proposal. Topics discussed will differ from year to year.

Additional Course Information
KP361; registration status: Year 4 of the BKin program.