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Andrea Mason

Andrea Mason

Expert on how arm and hand movements are planned, controlled and learned by our brain

Assistant professor, kinesiology School of Education Work: 608-262-9904 — Home and cell phones available upon request Home page


  • How our brain and body are organized to plan and control actions
  • How we use visual and touch feedback for movement control
  • Characteristics of practice that optimize the learning and performance of skills
  • Optimal performance in computer-generated and virtual environments
  • Changes in performance across the lifespan


  • Career Award, National Science Foundation, to study the role of sensory information for performance in virtual environments
  • National Science Foundation grant to study the use of sensory information in virtual environments across the lifespan
  • Member, Society for Neuroscience