This course focuses on the neuropsychology of movement. Topics include: handedness, reaching, motor timing, skill acquisition, and bimanual coordination. We will discuss both the strategies used to control these behaviors, and their underlying neural substrates. We will read and discuss papers that analyze movement kinematics, as well as functional neuroimaging and neural recording research. The reading materials for the course will include current papers, combined into a course pack. Students will be evaluated using quizzes, exams, participation in class discussions, and a term paper. Questions regarding this course may be emailed to Rachael Seidler (firstname.lastname@example.org).