Dr Szu-Ching Lu's research presented at INSAR Virtual Meeting 3-7 May 2021
Dr Szu-Ching Lu’s poster which she has created from her research she has been carrying out was presented at this year’s INSAR Annual Meeting
A prospective perception-action strategy in children with autism during smart-tablet gameplay is the title of Szu Ching Lu’s poster explaining her research. It reports on how General Tau Theory has been used to describe goal-oriented perception-action strategies (Lee 2009), which proposes an intrinsic action guide generated by the nervous system coupled to the motor command to guide the physical movement. The coupling constant between the two is assumed to be set by the brain to coordinate the kinematic profile of the goal-oriented action. Here, an exploration to surface a potential difference in the tau-coupling during smart-tablet gameplay in children with ASD is presented.