"One brain, much movement -
variability and plasticity over the lifespan"

Welcome to the 54th annual conference of the asp
from 16.-18.06.2022

The Working Group for Sport Psychology (asp) and the department of Neuromotor Behavior and Exercise of the Institute of Sport Science at the Westphalian Wilhelms University Münster invite you to the 54th Annual Conference from 16.06.-18.06.2022. "One brain, much movement - variability and plasticity over the lifespan" ein.

The overarching topic "One Brain - Much Movement" is intended to explain the relationships between our central nervous system and interacting systems that control human movement, which is relevant in research and practice. This includes both scientific and application-oriented considerations in the realm of sports psychology. In addition to the diversity of sport and movement, we would like to highlight the variability between and within individuals in terms of their function and structure and the individual responses in adaptation and development. To create practically relevant references across the lifespan, regardless of the level of health, youth, or competitive sport. 

In addition to the diversity of sport and movement, we would like to highlight the variability between and within individuals regarding their function and structure and the individual responses in adaptation and development. To create practically relevant references across the lifespan, regardless of the level of health, youth, or competitive sport.

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The conference aims to combine, exchange, and discuss the latest essential scientific and application-oriented findings. Within the conference framework, sports practice will also be increasingly involved through practical workshops to reflect on the transferability of sports psychology research into practice. The conference is aimed at all those active in research and application of sports psychology, related disciplines and colleagues from other sports science disciplines such as trainers, sportspeople, and other people involved in practice with an interest in sports psychology and related topics.

Prof. Dr. Claudia Voelcker-Rehage
Professor, Department Neuromotor Behavior, Institute of Sport and Exercise Sciences University of Münster

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