HHP 635 - Motor Behavior

This course focuses on the processes of human motor behavior from a life-span perspective. Emphasis is placed on understanding the interaction of motor development, motor learning, and motor control on the acquisition, refinement, and retention of movement skills. Coursework will focus on the effects of heredity, environmental influences, and specifics of motor tasks in the development of motor skills that are utilized in sport and lifetime leisure/recreation activities.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Junior Level Standing - 60 Semester Units
Last updated: 05/23/2022