Course: KIN 479. Motor Control (3)
Prerequisite: KIN 377 or permission of instructor. An integration of the theoretical, psychological, and physiological components of motor control geared towards understanding how human perception ultimately influences movement. Special emphasis is placed on applying these concepts towards understanding specific sensorimotor skills from locomotion to singing, and how performance of those skills differs among certain populations like those with movement disorders and elite athletes. Available for graduate credit.