HSCL publishes research on motor learning in a robotic environment

January 4, 2024
Viola Winter

Viola Winter, doctoral candidate in the Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory in the School of Kinesiology, is the lead author of a new publication titled “Dyad motor learning in a wrist-robotic environment: Learning together is better than learning alone,” that appeared in the journal Human Movement Sciences. The project investigated how two people learn a motor skill as a pair (or dyad) and found that “pairing up” is actually beneficial not just for learning facts, but also for learning skills using a robotic device.