This group is comprised of researchers who examine the control of human movement and the modification of such control through learning, training, and the maturation of systems. It addresses a fundamentally behavioral perspective, supported by social and biological concepts.
The group's general objectives include:
Analysis of the characteristics of coordinating human movement and the factors that determine learning and motor control.
The group's specific objectives include:
1) Study of the motor and perceptual factors of human coordination.
2) Analysis of motor variability patterns and performance.
3) Optimization of motor learning and technique training.
4) Analysis of visual search strategies applied to athletics and other disciplines, such as driving, reading, advertising, etc.