Motor Behavior (the control, learning, and development of human movement) was the primary focus of my Master's degree. My research interests include neuromotor exercise, motor coordination and balance, and movement dysfunction.
I am especially interested in motor control implications with older adults in the field of "gerokinesioloy."
KNES 571 Advanced Study of Human Motor Control
KNES 471 Motor Control and Movement Dysfunction
Thesis: "Effect of Standing Meditation on Balance and Mindfulness in Older Adults"
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Tai Chi Chuan as a multi-component neuromotor exercise