Interdisciplinary research on motor learning


30th May (Friday), 2014

12:30 to 14:00pm

Runme Shaw Building 205, The University of Hong Kong

Dr Suzanne Perry

Dr Frank Zhu

Dr Susan Bridges


How people (e.g., elite performers, surgeons, dentists, children, elderly and patient groups) learn motor skills and how this learning can be enhanced and improved  is receiving increasing attention from researchers and practitioners in areas such as sports coaching, surgical/dental educations, and rehabilitation therapy.  In this seminar, two young scholars will address the issue from two perspectives. One will present her recent research findings in motor learning in dentistry; the other will introduce an emerging noninvasive brain stimulation technology that can be applied to enhance motor learning.

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