KINE 301 - Motor Control and Learning
Principles of motor control and skill acquisition, with an emphasis on relevance to sport, rehabilitation, physical education, human factors and performance. Specific topics include: properties of moving segmented systems; musculoskeletal physiology; basic control systems theory; organization of the nervous system; capabilities and limitations of neural compensations; interactions between neural and musculoskeletal system; development of motor function; neurophysiological principles of learning; principles of effective learning at the behavioral level; principles of effective learning at the behavior level; principles for maximizing performance.
Enrollment Restrictions: Enrollment restricted to KINE majors. Three hours of lecture. Three hours of lab.
Corequisite(s): Corequisite: KINE 303.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Prerequisites: BIOL 104 , BIOL 177 , BIOL 178 , KINE 202 .
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