Sensory Motor Integration Lab

University of Lincoln

Meet the Lab Team


Associate Lab Members 


PhD students 


Assistant researchers - Students

The Lincoln Motor lab has a great tradition of taking on research assistants and many undergraduates have had the opportunity to work and conduct studies in the lab. As well as carrying out its own activities, the lab has made a strong appearance during events with the rest of the psychology department, with lab assistants carrying out data collection during Lincoln Summer Scientist Week and engaging with the public at the U3A Psychology road show event. Many of the assistants are also carrying out their own research projects alongside Dr Kirsty Miller. Some of the areas currently being investigated are developmental effects on body schemas, and conflicts between bimanual coupling and end state comfort in hand movements of children.
 


3rd Year Student Researchers 

Lincoln University Motor Lab would like to make thanks to all those previous student researchers for all their hard work and time contributed to the lab. Good luck with all your future endevours.