The department’s main research focus encompasses both applied and basic research regarding the level of behaviour relating to neuro-psychological areas. The bi-directional links between perception, cognition and action that are specific in the areas of sports, psychology and economics are examined, respectively, from a dynamic and probabilistic model perspective. Further research topics include motor learning and control, implicit/explicit learning, feedback and instructions, judgement and decision making. Additionally, diagnostics and intervention at all competency levels and in different forms of sport are covered by our department’s research activities.
You will find more information regarding our projects and lab equipment under the “Research” section of our website.