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Motor Control, Learning, and Rehabilitation Lab



Teamwork (aka Joint  Action)

Joint action can be broadly defined as “any form of social interaction whereby two or more individuals coordinate their actions in space and time to bring about a change in the environment.” [8] The ability to execute a wide variety of different joint-action tasks is a hallmark of the human species, and numerous examples demonstrate its importance in our everyday lives


Functional Motor Recovery following Brain Insult

Functional recovery following traumatic brain injury (TBI) involves a host of neurological changes.  Working together with Stacy Fritz, we are attempting to identify the nature of these changes.  Data from this experiment will be useful in treatment planning and the design of brain stimulation based interventions.

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