From UO Motor Control and Cognition Lab
Originally from Willmar, MN, Wayne attained his BAs in Computer Science and Philosophy from the University of Minnesota before moving to Oregon. At the University of Oregon, Wayne obtained a Master's of Science in Computer and Information Science and joined the Motor Control and Cognition Lab to aid in the design and creation of data analysis programs for human subjects research. Applying himself heartily in that role, he has expanded his skill set dramatically and happily enjoys his role as lab manager.
CV of Wayne Manselle (Current to November 2013)
- Hawkes, T.D., Manselle, W. & Woollacott, M.H. Tai Chi and meditation-plus-exercise benefit neural substrates of executive function. A cross-sectional, controlled study
- Hawkes, T.D., Manselle, W. & Woollacott, M.H. Cross-sectional Comparison of Executive Attention Function in Normally-aging Long-term Tai Chi, Meditation, and Aerobic Fitness Practitioners vs. Sedentary Adults.
- Verrel J, Pologe S, Manselle W, Lindenberger U and Woollacott M (2013) Exploiting biomechanical degrees of freedom for fast and accurate changes in movement direction: coordination underlying quick bow reversals during continuous cello bowing. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 7:157. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00157