EE290-O Neural Control of Movement
Fall 2007, 521 Cory Hall, Wed
course is about neuro motor control, i.e. how the
brain controls movement. It is oriented to graduate students from
and psychology programs, covering the computational and neural basis of
volitional and postural motor control in general, and of reaching and
in particular. Lectures will consist of group discussion on the
well as on related readings.
The Computational Neurobiology of Reaching and Pointing. A Foundation for Motor Learning. Reza Shadmehr and Steven P. Wise. MIT Press. ISBN: 0-262-19508-9
Class Meeting Time
Wednesdays, 1-3pm, 521 Cory Hall
Final project 40%
a 2 units course.