Research

The following are the studies we are currently working on in the William and Mary Cognitive Neuroscience Lab.  To find out more about a particular study, or to inquire about participating in a study, please call (757) 221-3876.

Cortical Activity Mediating Motor Representations
Using our brand new ERP equipment, we are able to monitor changes in brain activity as participants perform a mental rotation task. Specifically, participants view photographs of hands and determine whether each is a left or a right hand. We are interested in differences in cortical activity between stroke survivors with upper extremity hemiparesis, healthy older adults, and young adults.

Using Imagined Touch to Overcome Proprioceptive Loss


The Effect of Posture on Mental Representation of Action


Cognitive Motor Training


Relationship between Imagery and Craving

Surface EMG
 
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