Semyon M. Slobounov
Professor of Kinesiology
268P Recreation Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802
Ph.D., 1994, Kinesiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ph.D., 1978, Psychology, University of Leningrad
Basic brain science research with specific focus on neural substrates of human movement both in normal and pathological populations. Clinical research focused on sports-related traumatic brain injuries using advanced Virtual Reality and brain Imaging (fMRI, EEG) tools
Psychology of Athletic Injuries
Application of Virtual Reality for Medical Rehabilitation
Neural bases postural control
EEG correlates of cognitive functions
Functional MRI in assessment of concussion
Slobounov, S., Tutwiler, R., Rearick, M.& Ray, W. (2000). Human oscillatory patterns within gamma band (30-50 Hz) induced by recognition of non-stable postures. Cognitive Brain Research, 9, 177-192.
Slobounov, S., Tutwiler, R., Simon, R.& Rearick, M. (2000). EEG correlates of movement kinematics as revealed by averaging techniques and Morlet wavelet transforms. Motor Control, 4, 349-371.
Slobounov, S., Fukada, K., Simon, R.,Rearick, M.& Ray, W. (2000). Neurophysiological and behavioral indices of time pressure effects on visuomotor task performance. Cognitive Brain Research, 9, 287-298.
Semyon Slobounov vitae
- Domains of Health and Behavior