Richard Van Emmerik
Our research focuses on the aea of motor control and coordination. We apply principles from complex and nonlinear dynamical systems to the study of posture and locomotion. We place particular emphasis on mechanisms of stability and adaptability in movement coordination. An important research focus is the role of variability in the control of movement.
Dynamic Balance Control and Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis Effects of Armor and Load on Action-Perception Coupling
Learn more at https://blogs.umass.edu/motorcontrol/
- BS Vrije Universiteit, the Netherlands, 1984
- PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990
- Postdoctoral Training: Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990-1993