ESS 320 - Motor Learning (4)

Study of interaction of cognitive, perceptual, task, and physical variables that influence skilled movement. Information-processing, dynamical, and neuroanatomical models are discussed. Applications include activities of daily living, elite motor skills, physical rehabilitation, and ergonomics/human factors. Offered every semester. Prerequisite: BIOL 113 and 114; BIOL 115 and 116; ESS 120, ESS 200, and ESS 220 (or consent of instructor).