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The Neuroscience Research Interest Group at Lakehead University is pleased to welcome Dr. Eryk Przysucha to give a talk entitled “Lessons learned and reflections on trends in research with atypically functioning individuals, in the domain of motor control and learning.” Dr. Przysucha is a professor with the School of Kinesiology at Lakehead University, and has accumulated a wealth of clinical and academic experience over his career as a researcher.
DATE: Friday, November 17th
LOCATION: ATAC 1006
“Give a small boy a hammer, and he will find that everything he encounters needs pounding” (Abraham Kaplan, 1964).
“This presentation will revisit some of the alarming trends, of conceptual and methodological nature, that I have observed over the last decade in the field of adapted motor control research. These topics are very broad and by no means novel. However, revisiting them may be beneficial to the development of critical thinking among upcoming generation of young researchers and health care professionals working with different atypically functioning populations.”
Open admission! Everyone is welcome to attend.
This event is part of the NeuRIG Lecture Series and is open to everyone, including high school students and community members, with the goal of making neuroscience widely accessible to all.
Inquiries can be directed to NeuRIG at firstname.lastname@example.org.