HOW TO PARTICIPATE
- Let us know that you can send out a tweet on March 24 or 25 between 10 am and 11 am. We’ll sign you up for our bracket.
- Share your research (it does not need to be recent and it does not need to be directly funded through the Foundation) using the hashtag #PTResearchMadness.
- Tag coauthors, publications, funders, and your institution in your Twitter thread. More sharing and comments earns more engagement!
- FPTR will share your research. On March 31, we’ll announce which tweet has garnered the most engagement and activity, crowning the official #PTResearchMadness champion.
SHARING YOUR RESEARCH ON TWITTER
What is the impact of low vision (i.e., visual uncertainty) on implicit motor adaptation?
In a new preprint, we found that low vision reduces implicit adaptation to small errors, but not large errors.https://t.co/oJcT2Z4qUx (short thread below 👇)
— Jonathan Sanching Tsay (@tsay_jonathan) January 7, 2022