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Pam Bryden

Chair, Professor, Kinesiology & Physical Education

Areas of Expertise: Handedness; Laterality; Autism; Motor performance in children with autism; Perceptual abilities in children with autism; Manual asymmetries; Motor control; Motor learning; Motor development; Skilled movement; Neuropsychology

Biography: My program of research is an attempt to understand lateral preference and performance first from a bottom-up perspective to determine the motor requirements for particular tasks, and secondly, from a top-down perspective of how the brain is lateralized?

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