Behavioral Biomechanics Laboratory
The Behavioral Biomechanics Laboratory studies how emotions and mood disorders affect body movement. This unique, interdisciplinary approach combines biomechanical, psychological and psychiatric methods to uncover how movement, emotions, and mental health are all related. Our goal is to develop new tools to help clinicians evaluate mental health and for patients to maintain well-being.
New scholarship in the lab investigates the effect of course design and interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to learning in campus-based and global student experiences.
- Gu Eon Kang, PhD
- Jennifer Gear, PhD
- Melvin McInnis, MD