Tag Archives: Denise Henriques

Neural Processes in Motor Adaptation

The Neural Processes in Visually Driven, Explicit Motor Adaptation. "It wasn’t me: External source attribution effects on hand-position estimates." People constantly adapt movements to dynamic conditions within both the environment and our own body, while taking the source of errors into account. In Denise Henriques’ lab, we investigate adaptation of reaching movements by altering visual […]

The German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders

Dr. Denise Henriques, VISTA Training Committee Lead and Core Researcher, received a VISTA Travel Award to collaborate with German researchers in the field of sensorimotor functions. Her visit, to the German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders in Munich, allowed her to continue collaborations with Thomas Brandt (Director) in their investigation of multisensory integration and […]