Information related to research method "Behavioral methods, EEG, translational research"

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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Professor Bert Steenbergen

    My research aims to understand the relation between (congenital or acquired) brain damage and motor and visual functions. An important feature of my work the relation between fundamental research and the application of this research in the field of rehabilitation and education for individuals with visual and motor impairments. After graduation at the Free University (1992, Human Movement Sciences, with honours) I worked as a researcher at the Werkenrode Insitute for disabled children (Groesbeek, The Netherlands) and obtained a PhD in the social sciences in 2000 at the Radboud University on the topic of adapted movement behaviour following brain damage. Subsequently, I worked as an assistant professor at the Donders Centre for Cognition and was appointed full professor at the Behavioural Science Insitute 2009. At this institute I am also heading the PhD program and lecture at the Department of special education and coordinate several courses from the bachelor to the PhD level. Starting 2013 I am a professorial fellow at ACU.

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  • School of Behavioural and Health Sciences

  • Professor Peter Wilson

    Professor Wilson is Co-Director of the Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR) and Professor of Developmental Psychology at ACU. Before that he was Deputy Head (R&I) in the School of Health Sciences at RMIT University where he worked from 2000-2011. He leads international programs of research in child development, disability and rehabilitation which now span 23 years and over 120 peer-reviewed publications. His research involves two streams: (i) mechanisms of movement and cognition in typical child development and in neurodevelopmental disorders (esp. DCD), and (ii) innovations in neurorehabilitation using VR, including the award-winning Elements DNA (EDNA) system. Prof. Wilson is past President of the International Society for Research on DCD.

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