Southern Ontario Motor Behaviour Symposium a success!
Published on June 01 2011
On Saturday May 28th, researchers and graduate students studying perceptual-motor behaviour in the Department of Kinesiology successfully hosted the Southern Ontario Motor Behaviour Symposium at Brock University.
Researchers and graduate students from Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Waterloo, McMaster University , Nippising University and Brock University all shared their current research activities while encouraging future collaborations with the delegates.
Presentations from Brock University included the following:
Knowing the good from the bad: does being aware of feedback content matter?
Jana Azizieh (Msc Kinesiology candidate) & Dr. Jae Patterson
The influence of ageing on compensatory arm reactions.
Tyler B. Weaver (Msc Kinesiology candidate) & Dr. Craig Tokuno
Examining balance confidence using a shortened version of the activities-specific balance confidence in healthy older adults.
Deborah Jehu (Msc Kinesiology candidate)1, L.Lamarche2., DR. K. Gammage1, Dr. P. Klentrou1 & Dr. Allan Adkin1
1Brock University, 2University of Toronto