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|Intelligent Coaching Space
In this project, we explore how to most effectively support humans during the performance and the learning of motor actions.
|Deep Familiarization and Learning Grounded in Cooperative Manual Action and Language (FAMULA)
The Large scale project FAMULA focuses on a robot's autonomous familiarization with novel objects and their affordances.
|Brain machine interfaces to improve human interactions using resource efficienyand adaptivity
How can multimodal brain-machine interfaces be applied to improve human machine interactions qualitatively?
|Single and Dyadic Visuo-Haptic Learning
This project introduces a novel physical, visuo-haptic and bi-manual, maze task to investigate the question of how humans acquire a newmanual skill.
|Cognitive control and neurophysiological bases of planning and executing manual actions
This project's main purpose is to provide a better understanding of the (neuro)-functional relationship of cognitive functions and action.
|Adaptive and Mobile Action Assistance in Daily Living Activities (ADAMAAS) - adaptive technical systems - for an intuitive interaction between humans and complex technologies
This project focuses on the development and testing of intelligent glasses. It combines techniques from memory research ...
|Networked Living - The Smart Apartment (KogniHome)
The research goal of KogniHome is to develop and implement technology that improves the everyday live quality of inhabitants of a smart home.
|KogniHome Subproject III: Personal Coach
The supportive personal coach project strives to develop an individualized, adaptive health-training utilizing modern sensor technology and psychological methods.
|Adaptive and Modulare Architecture of Rich Motor Skills (AMARSi)|
|Chess Expertise from Eye Gaze and Emotions (CEEGE)
The aim of this project is to experimentally evaluate and compare current theories for mental modeling for problem solving and attention.
|Cognitive mechanisms of motor planning - how cognitive and mechanical costs of a motor task affect the fractions of motor plan reuse and novel planning (CogMech)
|Adaptive Cognitive Training (ACT)
This project from Bielefeld University and the v. Bodelschwinghsch Bethel Foundation aims to help handicapped individuals easily master the steps of on-the-job tasks.
|Use of interactive media to promote mobility of adolescents with disabilities
In this project interactive media is used in particular sporting situations to promote health and prevention.
|Psychological support and consultancy of the Germany's female Youth Volleyball National Team on its way to the European and World
Championship. (MentPower V)
The main objective of the present project was the psychological support and supervision of the German female volleyball national team (under 18) on their way to the European and World championship.
This Art and Science project focuses on entrainment in dance, investigating complex processes of interaction, coordination and synchronization from a multidisciplinary perspective.
|Thematic Network Interactive Intelligent Systems
The overarching goal of this Thematic Network is to establish permanent international research cooperation at the educational and scientific levels.
This project aims to understand the influence of physical activity on the progress and outcome of standard depression therapy and to understand the underlying changes in (brain) neuroplasticity.
|The effect of sensorimotor rhythm neurofeedback on sport performance|
|In my mind's eye: Exploring the similarities in motor planning between executing, imagining and observing an action|
|Wie man Aepfel mit Birnen vergleicht|
|Mental representation of the overhead throw in children and adolescents aged six to 18 years|
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