The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the neural, physiological, mechanical and cognitive bases of controlling movement.
Motor control issues and concepts. Neural and muscular physiological basis of movement. Central and peripheral nervous system organisation and function for learning, memory, sensory-perception and movement control. Features and mechanisms of joint movement as well as postural, mobility and upper-limb control. Contemporary theories and their application for analysing, describing and explaining motor behaviour. Movement perturbations, age related changes and disorders, analysis of movement and motor control using a range of techniques (eg. video analysis, EMG and strength testing).
Latash M.L. 2008, Neurophysiological basis of movement , 2nd, Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL
Students are required to have one of the above courses for their prerequisite.
|INTERNAL, CITY EAST
|Self Directed learning Online Activites
||1.5 hours x 13 weeks
||2 hours x 11 weeks
||2 hours x 12 weeks
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
|INTERNAL, CITY EAST
Commonwealth Supported program (Band 2)
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* Equivalent Full Time Study Load. Please note all EFTSL values are published and calculated at ten decimal places. Values are
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