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David Rosenbaum

Education:

  1. Ph.D., 1977, Stanford University

Biography:

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David Rosenbaum is interested in the cognitive substrates of skilled performance, especially those underlying human motor control and perceptual-motor integration. He focuses on the planning and control of manual performance (mainly reaching and grasping objects), using computer modelling and recording of behavior. He also works on timing and rhythm, including issues related to rhythmic influences on basic cognitive processes.

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