Catching the Integration Train: A Look Into the Next 10 Years of Motor Control and Motor Learning Research

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This article explores the idea of integration as a common theme for the next decade of motor control and learning research. Theoretical advances coupled with advances in understanding individual differences and brain-imaging techniques will facilitate novel perspectives through an integrated understanding of sensory, cognitive, and emotional processing for motor control and learning. Through the support of fundamental research, discoveries that cannot be predicted today will create new insights into how motor control and learning can inform education, health care, and sport. An integrated approach is critical for designs of novel products and procedures, as many new designs are not subject to large-scale trials. To achieve the most effective integration with the public and wider scientific community, researchers should explore novel methods for sharing our findings efficiently, ethically, and effectively.

The author is with the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management, and the Health, Leisure and Human Performance Research Inst., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

Address author correspondence to cheryl.glazebrook@umanitoba.ca.
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