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The Motor Control Laboratory allows experimenters to measure human motion as well as the forces generated by those motions using state-of-the-art kinematic data collection systems. The lab also has several systems to measure the muscle activity associated with human motion. These systems are used to study how coordinated human movements are planned and executed.

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  relief This study is being done because we want to find out what types of treatments work best to treat low back pain, and we want to determine how these treatments work. Learn more here.
       
 

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The purpose of The LEARNING Study is to measure the effects of an interactive, whole-body video game on movement behavior in people with low back pain. More information is here.
     
 

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The purpose of The DAT Study is to measure the effects of an interactive, whole-body video game on movement behavior in healthy people. More information is here.
   

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