Dr. Mitchells primary research interest is to investigate assistive devices and practices in improving rehabilitation of upper extremity disabilities, and the tenents behind motor control and learning. You can find her in the Neuromuscular Control Laboratory (Gym 100B).
- Kent State University, Kent, Ohio B.S. 1972 Physical Education
- Kent State University, Kent, Ohio M.A. 1973 Physical Education
- University of Wisconsin-Madison Ph.D. 1976 Motor Control and Motor learning/Physical Education
- Mitchell, M., Gorelick, M., Anderson, D.I., and Atkins, D. (2014). Upper Limb Prosthetic Education: Are Occupational Therapy Students’ Needs Being Met? Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 2, 5-11.
Trujillo, M., Anderson, D.I., and Mitchell, M. (2014). Grip force using an artificial limb in a congenital amputee. Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation., 2, 97-105.
- KIN 250: Introduction to Kinesiology
- KIN 486: Motor Learning
- KIN 636: Neuromotor Control Processes
- KIN 697: Integrative Research Seminar
- KIN 795: Seminar in Kinesiology