Dr Keith Lohse
Research: Motor learning and performance/attentional focus
Year: 2012View publications
Keith was a post-doctoral research fellow in the Lab. from July 2012-July 2014. He is now an Assistant Professor at the U. of Alabama in the Dept. of Kinesiology.
I've explored a range of topics over my academic career, but human movement science has remained a constant interest. I have always been interested in sport and human performance, but in graduate school I also became much more interested in rehabilitation and the neuromechanics of motor control. My principal research interests are exploring the cognitive, affective, and motivational factors that optimize motor skill acquisition and performance. Outside of my research, I love climbing big rocks, running gnarly trails, and hiking in the mountains!
Joint Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, & Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder (June, 2009-May, 2012); M.A. Cognitive Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder (August, 2007-May, 2009); B.Sc. Psychology, Idaho State University (August, 2003-May, 2007)
Post-doctoral research fellow, University of British Columbia (School of Kinesiology) (July, 2012); Instructor, University of Colorado, Boulder (Department of Psychology & Neuroscience) (June-July2011); TA/RA, University of Colorado, Boulder (Department of Psychology & Neuroscience) (August, 2007-May, 2012). Center for Research on Training; Motor Behavior Lab.