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Dr Christian Hyde

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

c.hyde@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46505

Research interests

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

Cerebral Palsy

Developmental Coordination Disorder

Typical and Atypical Motor Development

Teaching interests

Research Methods and statistics

Cognitive Psychology

Publications

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2017

Cathodal transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to the right cerebellar hemisphere affects motor adaptation during gait

L Fernandez, N Albein-Urios, M Kirkovski, J McGinley, A Murphy, C Hyde, M Stokes, N Rinehart, P Enticott

(2017), Vol. 16, pp. 168-177, Cerebellum, New York, N.Y., C1

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Primary motor cortex excitability Is modulated during the mental simulation of hand movement

C Hyde, Fuelscher, J Lum, J Williams, J He, P Enticott

(2017), Vol. 23, pp. 185-193, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal
2016

Modelling the maturation of grip selection planning and action representation: insights from typical and atypical motor development

I Fuelscher, J Williams, K Wilmut, P Enticott, C Hyde

(2016), Vol. 7, pp. 1-14, Frontiers in psychology, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1

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Coupling of online control and inhibitory systems in children with atypical motor development: a growth curve modelling study

S Ruddock, K Caeyenberghs, J Piek, D Sugden, C Hyde, S Morris, D Rigoli, B Steenbergen, P Wilson

(2016), Vol. 109, pp. 84-95, Brain and cognition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2015

Coupling online control and inhibitory systems in children with developmental coordination disorder: goal-directed reaching

S Ruddock, J Piek, D Sugden, S Morris, C Hyde, K Caeyenberghs, P Wilson

(2015), Vol. 36, pp. 244-255, Research in developmental disabilities, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Rapid on-line control to reaching is preserved in children with congenital spastic hemiplegia: evidence from double-step reaching performance

C Hyde, I Fuelscher, P Enticott, S Reid, J Williams

(2015), Vol. 30, pp. 1186-1191, Journal of child neurology, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

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Developmental improvements in reaching correction efficiency are associated with an increased ability to represent action mentally

I Fuelscher, J Williams, C Hyde

(2015), Vol. 140, pp. 74-91, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Reduced motor imagery efficiency is associated with online control difficulties in children with probable developmental coordination disorder

I Fuelscher, J Williams, P Enticott, C Hyde

(2015), Vol. 45-46, pp. 239-252, Research in developmental disabilities, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2014

Executive Systems Constrain the Flexibility of Online Control in Children During Goal-Directed Reaching

S Ruddock, C Hyde, J Piek, D Sugden, S Morris, P Wilson

(2014), Vol. 39, pp. 51-68, Developmental Neuropsychology, Hove, UK, C1

journal

Assessing motor imagery using the hand rotation task : does performance change across childhood?

M Butson, C Hyde, B Steenbergen, J Williams

(2014), Vol. 35, pp. 50-65, Human movement science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Developmental coordinator disorder and cerebral palsy : is there a continuum?

J Williams, C Hyde, A Spittle

(2014), Vol. 1, pp. 118-124, Current developmental disorders reports, Heidelberg, Germany, C1

journal

Motor imagery is less efficient in adults with probable developmental coordination disorder: evidence from the hand rotation task

C Hyde, I Fuelscher, K Buckthought, P Enticott, M Gitay, J Williams

(2014), Vol. 35, pp. 3062-3070, Research in developmental disabilities, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2013

Impaired online control in children with developmental coordination disorder reflects development immaturity

C Hyde, P Wilson

(2013), Vol. 38, pp. 81-97, Developmental neuropsychology, Abingdon, England, C1

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Does implicit motor imagery ability predict reaching correction efficiency? A test of recent models of human motor control

C Hyde, K Wilmut, I Fuelscher, J Williams

(2013), Vol. 45, pp. 259-269, Journal of motor behavior, Oxon, UK, C1

journal

The development of rapid online control in children aged 6-12 years: Reaching performance

P Wilson, C Hyde

(2013), Vol. 32, pp. 1138-1150, Human movement science, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal
2011

Online motor control in children with developmental coordination disorder: chronometric analysis of double-step reaching performance

C Hyde, P Wilson

(2011), Vol. 37, pp. 111-122, Child: care, health and development, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Dissecting online control in Developmental Coordination Disorder: a kinematic analysis of double-step reaching

C Hyde, P Wilson

(2011), Vol. 75, pp. 232-241, Brain and Cognition, New York, N.Y., C1-1

journal

Grants

Industry and Other Funding

Getting children moving: An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Joy of Moving program in Australian primary school aged children

Prof Nicole Rinehart, Prof Jane McGillivray, A/Prof Peter Enticott, A/Prof David Austin, Dr Emma Sciberras, Ms Nicole Papadopoulos, Dr Jarrad Lum, Dr Christian Hyde

  • 2017: $280,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2015

Ian Fuelscher

Thesis entitled: The Role of Internal Action Representations in Motor Development

Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), School of Psychology

Associate Supervisor
2016

Camille Joy Totterdell

Thesis entitled: Mealtime Behaviour among Children with Disabilities: Family Interactions and Stress

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical), School of Psychology

2014

Alicia Papas

Thesis entitled: Social cognition, neurocognition and symptomatology in first episode psychosis

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical), School of Psychology