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May 4, 2021

How can mapping a movement parameter into sound be used to aid motor learning? How can it be used to help stablilize movement patterns or alternatively encourage a learner to be creative and  look for new ones?

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Sonification Approaches in Sports in the past Decade: A Literature Review

A Perspective on...


Apr 27, 2021

Why do we sometimes start moving in completely the wrong direction before changing course when intercepting a moving object? Under what conditions do these “movement reversals” occur and what do they tells us about the use of predictive vs prospective control?  

 

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Movement reversals in ball catching
Visual...


Apr 20, 2021

A look at 1/f or pink noise in the motor system. How can it be used as a metric to understand the coordination of degrees of freedom in movement? How does it change when learning a new skill?  

 

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Contemporary theories of 1/f noise in motor control

1/f scaling in movement time changes with practice in...


Apr 13, 2021

I was joined by Adam Bruton, Dan Eaves and David Wright from the Research on Imagery and Observation (or Rio group) for a really interesting discussion about applying these methods in coaching. How can we use imagery to add variability to demonstrations by coaches?

 


Apr 6, 2021

How do an athlete’s action capabilities (e.g. their speed, power, movement time) influence their abilities to perceive affordances and make decisions? How well calibrated are these things? Can we improve perception and decision making by increasing action capacity?

 

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But I can’t pass that far! The...