Welcome to the Brain & Behaviour Lab at Thompson Rivers University!
We investigate how different sensory modalities such as vision, touch, and proprioception contribute to various perceptual and motor abilities in humans. We use eye-tracking, 3D motion tracking, and frame-by-frame video analysis to study skilled eye, arm, and hand movements from birth to adulthood in order to better understand both typical and atypical patterns of development. We are also interested in trying to link developmental changes in perceptual and motor abilities to underlying changes in neural organization across different stages of development.
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