The Motor Coordination Laboratory is designed for the study of neurophysiological and biomechanical factors in human motor control. The laboratory is equipped with a variety of computer data collection and analysis systems, including a Compumotor servo torque motor and a Lido isokinetic dynamometer for assessing dynamic aspects of neuromuscular function. Kinematic, dynamic, and electromyographical data are routinely assessed. Recent research projects have focused on relationships between neurophysiological and mechanical factors in reflex function, clinical spasticity, and skilled motor performance, and analysis of muscle coordination during fatiguing contractions. A portion of the lab is used for equipment construction and repair, and there is some office space for graduate students affiliated with the lab.