|1.||Articulate the basic mechanisms by which human movement is controlled by the central and peripheral nervous system;|
|2.||Integrate knowledge of motor control with that already acquired in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and motor learning to examine human motor skill performance;|
|3.||Investigate how motor function changes with skill development, aging and injury;|
|4.||Critically assess the strengths and limitations of techniques used to assess motor control and determine how these could be used to examine aspects of a client's motor function; and,|
|5.||Critically review the common theoretical models of motor control.|
|Test||2 x online quizzes||20%|
|Exercise||Visual mapping of the nervous system||20%|
|Report||Laboratory report: motor control assessments||25%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation: Diseases and Disorders||35%|
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