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Research Output for Miss Kirstie Hughes

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 publications have not been audited.

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2002 School of Health Sciences

Lay, B.S, Sparrow, W.A, Hughes, K.M and O'Dwyer, N.J* (2002) Practice effects on coordination and control, metabolic energy expenditure, and muscle activation, Human movement science, vol. 21, no. 5-6, pp. 807-830, Elsevier Science B V, North Holland, Netherlands [C1]
ERA journal ID: 6289 – Scopus EID: 2-s2.0-0038475834
Citation counts: Scopus - 28, Thomson - 28
DRO entry for this publication

2000 School of Health Sciences

Sparrow, W., Hughes, K., Russell, A. and Le Rossignol, P. (2000) Movement Economy, Preferred Modules, and Pacing, in W A Sparrow (ed.), Energetics of Human Activity, pp. 96-123, Human Kinetics, United States [B1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1999 School of Health Sciences

Sparrow, W.A., Hughes, K.M., Russell, A.P. and Le Rossignol, P.F. (1999) Effects of practice and preferred rate on perceived exertion, metabolic variables and movement control, Human Movement Science, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 137-153, Elsevier, Amsterdam [C1]
ERA journal ID: 6289 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Hughes, K.M., Lay, B.S. and Sparrow, W.A. (1999) Minimum principles in human motor control, The Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined Abstracts of 1999 Australian Psychology Conferences, The Australian Psychological Society, Carlton Sth, Vic. [E3]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

No grants and/or consultancies found or audited – the 2014 HERDC financial return has not been completed or loaded as yet.

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Miss Kirstie Hughes

No completions found or audited.

* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

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4th May 2015