Professor Scott Grafton
My work involves understanding the relationship between human thought and action. How are actions represented within the central nervous system? How do representations change with skill acquisiton?
These questions are examined in experiments of human motor learning, error correction and adaptation using psychophysics, transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional brain imaging.
Office: (603) 646-0038
scott.grafton -at- dartmouth.edu
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