McMaster University will continue to host undergraduate academic activities remotely for the Spring/Summer/Intersession term with only a few exceptions for courses that need student access to specialized equipment.
The study of movement, performance, and the neuromechanical processes of the human body
Faculty who study Mechanics and Control of Movement are broadly interested in the forces that produce movement, how movement is organized for the performance of skilled actions, underlying neuromechanical process involved and potential consequences including injury.
Areas of specific focus include motor learning, biomechanics, physical and cognitive ergonomics, human factors, injury prevention, visual regulation of movement, gait, sensorimotor control, musculoskeletal anatomy and rehabilitation.
We use research methods and techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, computer modeling, electromyography, motion analysis, transcranial magnetic stimulation, image-guided stimulators, eye-trackers, and three-dimensional motion capture to explore this field.
Sensorimotor Neuroscience; Decision-making; Human-Robot and Human-Human learning; Assignment Policies; Feedback
Human Neurophysiology; Neural Plasticity; Sensorimotor Control
Department of KinesiologyMcMaster University Ivor Wynne Centre 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8S 4K1
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Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Undergrad Telephone: (905) 525-9140 ext. 24462 Undergrad Email: firstname.lastname@example.org