Our motor control and biofeedback laboratories analyse neural control of muscle contraction and biofeedback.
Research in the motor control & biofeedback lab
Magnetic stimulation lab
This lab for measurement of the importance of the brain and other nervous pathways in control of muscular contraction. Magnetic stimulation of the brain induces muscle contractions and movements detected by muscle force and electrical activity.
Evoked potential lab
This lab measures tiny electrical potentials emanating from nervous activity. The room features copper lined walls (Faraday Cage) to shield the sensitive measurements from interfering signals from lights and powerpoints.
Psycho-physiological biofeedback lab & control room
This facility is used for observing and measuring human responses to relaxation and interventions.