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The demand to gather the best achievable level of independence for patients with brain damage and elderly people creates a need for rehabilitation related research.

Topic: Motor Cognition

Motor Cognition involves mental processes participating in the preparation and production of actions. Tool use is a good example for the application of motor cognition in daily life.

Our goal is to contribute to research that provides new insights into the mechanisms of motor cognition and that develops trainings to improve performance.

Diagnosing and improving disabilities.

One of the important contributions of our field will present itself in  strengthening the connection between applied cognitive neurorehabilitation and fundamental cognitive neuroscience.

For a glimpse into our research you can watch videos here: