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PTRS 639 Motor Learning 2.0 Credits

This course, a required course taken by entry-level DPT students, provides foundational knowledge for motor learning and control, and application to clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on basic concepts of motor learning and control in typically developing populations throughout the lifespan. The course provides the opportunity for an initial review of the movement science literature and sets the foundation for PTRS 656 Motor Control and Rehab. Emphasis on postural control, critical review of current theories of motor learning and control, and practice and feedback for task acquisition is emphasized.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PT or major is RHAB.

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