Neurocognition and Action - Biomechanics
 
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Layout guidelines

Here you find the compulsory guidelines of our group for the layout of written presentations, home assignments, internship reports, bachelor and master theses.

PDF?Dokument  [read in German]

Qualification works

Topics for bachelor/ master theses are available according to my current research topics on coaching and learning in real and virtual environments, for instance
  • Learning complex action in real and virtual learning environments, focus on cognition (e.g., change of mental representation during learning)
  • Learning complex action in real and virtual learning environments, focus on perception (e.g., change of gaze behavior during learning)
  • Verbal and nonverbal feedback in real and virtual learning environments
  • Learning and state of action (execution, imagery, observation)
  • Mental representation of action (e.g., representation of the squat, the golf putt, the upward circle forwards, long jump) and interaction (e.g., representation of tactics in futsal, representation of positional play in volleyball)
  • Mental practice in team sports
If interested please send a short email to Dr. Cornelia Frank.
  • Neurophysiological correlates of cognitive processes underlying grasping movements
If interested please send a short email to Rümeysa Gündüz Can.
  • Mental representation of team-specific tactics in soccer
  • Memory structure of basic tactical skills
  • Structure and changes of mental representations in snowboarding/skiing
If interested please send a short email to Dr. Dietmar Pollmann.

In the EEG-Cognition-Lab the following topics are offered for qualification works:
  • Neurophysiological correlates of motor control
  • Neurophysiological correlates of the cognition of grasping movements
  • Cognitive Control and speech perception
If interested please send a short email to Dr. Dirk Koester.