True stories of motor control

Motor Control in Everyday Actions presents 47 true stories that illustrate the phenomena of motor control, learning, perception and attention in sport, physical activity, the home and working environment.

These stories offer concrete examples of how motor behaviour, motor control, and perception and action errors affect the lives of both well-known and ordinary individuals in various situations and environments.

It is a supplemental text for undergraduate and graduate motor behaviour, motor learning and motor control courses and a reference for academic libraries and researchers.

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