Movement in Sight
Children and adolescents with compromised physical and visual abilities encounter difficulties with activities of everyday life. For these children, performance of everyday tasks and participation in society is not trivial. The mission of the research group Movement in Sight (“Beweging in Zicht”) is to increase the knowledge about learning and behavior of these children via research into the underlying mechanisms. In turn, this knowledge will used to improve participation of these children in society.
Our projects involve both, theoretical and practice based research questions. We use various methods (e.g., behavioral tasks, questionnaires, EEG) as well as research designs (e.g., experimental studies, field studies, training studies, randomized controlled trials). We work closely together with societal partners in order to implement knowledge into practice.