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This laboratory course provides a hands-on experience with the concepts and topics centered around the behavioral and neuroscientific foundations of human movement control, coordination, and the learning of movement skills. It is designed to examine the principles of motor learning by examining physiological, psychological, and neuromotor factors that affect motor control, the acquisition of motor skills and performance. Students will learn to apply motor learning and control skills to coaching movement and physical activity.
Co-req: EXER.4240 Motor Control and Learning, and Exercise Science majors only, and Senior status.