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PESH 458 - Diagnosis and Analysis of Human Movement


Description:
Designed to teach the student applied principles of human movement diagnosis including basic motor control, motor learning sport movements, and applied biomechanical principles.

Credits: (3)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify the qualities inherent in the interdisciplinary nature of qualitative movement diagnosis (QMD)
  • Differentiate the 6 differing models of QMD
  • Identify the differing roles of the senses and perception in QMD
  • Analyze and proscribe intervention strategies to improve performance based on current biomechanical theory and practice, motor learning research and trends
  • Identify and apply the techniques of a qualitative movement diagnosis to self and peer movements based on current biomechanical and motor learning research
  • Observe movement patterns of self (video) and peers (live) during an execution of a sport skill. Apply the concepts of systematic biomechanical observational strategies

Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
3/20/2014

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