|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.||Appraise and interpret research in the area of human motor control; and|
|4.||Synthesize empirical journal articles and communicate the findings in written form.|
|Assignment||Major assignment topic definitions||15%|
Human Motor Control, 2nd Ed.
Rosenbaum, D.A. (2010).
San Diego, USA: Academic Press / Elsevier
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