Biology in motion

Biology in motion

The way a person moves can say a lot about them. Nikolaus Troje is looking at how our feelings and movements are linked.
February 5, 2010

InnovationCanada.ca sits down with Queen’s University psychology professor and biological motion expert, Nikolaus Troje. In his Biomotion Lab, Troje and his colleagues study the cognitive processes that occur in the mind to help us recognize emotional and mental health through human movement.