We investigate changes in motor control and learning across the lifespan.
Our research and scholarship explored changes in motor development that occur as a function of changing constraints
We communicate theoretical constructs and application of current knowledge about motor control, learning and development through teaching, publications and community interactions
The intention in the area of motor control and learning is to investigate how the coordination and control of movement comes about.
Researchers and thinkers in this area draw on information and tools from many levels of observation, behavioural, biomechanical, neuropsychological and neurophysiological, to further our understanding of how movement is organised into functional units and the factors that facilitate this organisation.
Our current research focuses on motor skill development during childhood, adolescence and adulthood.