Employee photo: Alexander Victor Toresen Nynes

Alexander Victor Toresen Nynes

PhD Research Fellow
Fakultet for lærerutdanning og kunst- og kulturfag
Study location
Levanger, G Nordlåna 1212
Areas of expertise
Sport science, Human Movement Science, Learning and Performance development, Motor Control and Learning, Sports Physiology, Neurophysiology, Man-Machine Interface, Neuroscience

My main area of interest is human movement science, skill and performance development from an interdisciplinary approach with specific focus on neurophysiological constraints behind motor control and learning.

The topic of my doctoral project is bilateral communication, where I investigate the neurophysiological mechanisms in the brain and muscles, and how they affect motor control and learning.

I lecture and supervise in sports/movement science, and physical education.

My research areas include neuroscience, sports science, movement science, rehabilitation and development, as well as human-machine interaction.

Blurring the Lines through Arts-Based Dialogues: A Question of Play? Explorative Perspectives in Music and Education 2023, Cappelen Damm Akademisk: s. 105-116 Øien, Ola Buan; van dijk, Andreas; Martin, Rosemary Kate; Næss, Sveinung; Olsen, Ninni Anita Rotmo; Grendahl, Laila
Bilateral Force Deficit in Proximal Effectors Versus Distal Effectors in Lower Extremities 2023, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport: Volum 95 s. 140-148 Aune, Morten Andreas; Roaas, Truls; Lorås, Håvard Wuttudal; Nynes, Alexander Victor Toresen; Aune, Tore Kristian
Bilateral Interference in Motor Performance in Homologous vs. Non-homologous Proximal and Distal Effectors 2021, Frontiers in Psychology: Aune, Morten Andreas; Lorås, Håvard; Nynes, Aleksander Victor Toresen; Aune, Tore Kristian