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Daniel Eaves

Research overview

My academic interest is the interplay between perception and action, within the disciplines of Psychology, Neuroscience and Sport Science.

My research has shown the energetic costs associated with visuomotor coupling, and I have also created a novel way of using motion capture feedback to teach dance movements. For my PhD in Psychology (Lancaster University) I am studying the fundamentals of automatic imitation (unintentional copying of observed actions).

Professional Role

I am currently a Senor Lecturer in Motor Control / Sport Psychology at Teesside University while studying part-time for my PhD in Psychology at Lancaster University. At Teesside I currently lead: (1) BSc Sport & Exercise Psychology programme; (2) All marketing and recruitment activities for the Sport Science UG portfolio; (3) Various PG and UG modules.

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