Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2001
End Date/Time: Dec 09, 2001
The workshop is aimed at examining both theoretical and applied research from disciplines such as psychology, neurology, electrical and mechanical engineering, occupational therapy, human movement studies, physiotherapy, and kinesiology. Such a broad range of interests produces many different perspectives for the understanding of the coordination and control of movements. In particular, it provides the forum for the analysis of the diverse theoretical approaches employed in the study of motor control and the application of these theories to the investigation of areas such as elite motor performance, motor development and motor disability. Topics that may have dedicated sessions include: bimanual coordination, infant development, Developmental Coordination Disorder, Parkinson's Disease.
The provisional program, as well as registration details can be found on the workshop website.