Neurocognition of Movement
0.5 Credit

This course focuses on broadly understanding how movement is perceived, planned, controlled, learned and expressed by individuals of all ages, from a variety of perspectives including motor control, cognitive science, and psychology. Theoretical and applied topics are discussed in light of complex skills that involve the whole body, such as dance, high-level sport, and musical performance.

Additional Course Information
Registration in the kinesiology or psychology graduate program.