Jul 14, 2024  
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NSCI 3410U – Motor Control and Learning


This course develops a critical approach to the understanding of human movement. It will expand on the principles of applied neuroscience that were established in NSCI 2400U . The course will examine the neurological, physiological, psychological and behavioural principles underlying human motor control and motor learning. Specific topics covered will include classification and measurement of motor performance, the role of sensory processes, memory and attention. Applications for clinical and coaching professions will be covered by examining proper delivery of feedback and the structure of practice. It is intended that this course will establish a sound foundation for post-graduate study in clinical disciplines and care interventions used in movement rehabilitation.
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3
Laboratory hours: 2
Prerequisite(s): NSCI 2400U  
Credit restriction(s): KINE 2110U  and HLSC 3410U  
Cross-listed: KINE 2110U  



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