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Dr Ian Fuelscher



Dean's Postdoctoral Research Fellow


Faculty of Health


School of Psychology


Melbourne Burwood Campus

+61 3 924 46259


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Visuospatial sequence learning on the serial reaction time task modulates the P1 event-related potential

Jarrad Lum, Imme Lammertink, Gillian Clark, Ian Fuelscher, Christian Hyde, Peter Enticott, Michael Ullman

(2019), Vol. 56, pp. 1-12, Psychophysiology, Chichester, Eng., C1


White matter organization in developmental coordination disorder: a pilot study exploring the added value of constrained spherical deconvolution

Christian Hyde, Ian Fuelscher, Peter Enticott, Derek Jones, Shawna Farquharson, Tim Silk, Jacqueline Williams, Karen Caeyenberghs

(2019), Vol. 21, pp. 1-13, NeuroImage: clinical, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Effects of anodal transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (atDCS) on sentence comprehension

Jarrad Lum, Gillian Clark, Caitlyn Rogers, James Skalkos, Ian Fuelscher, Christian Hyde, Peter Enticott

(2019), Vol. 25, pp. 331-335, Journal of the international neuropsychological society, Cambridge, Eng., C1


Motor imagery in children with DCD: a systematic and meta-analytic review of hand-rotation task performance

Pamela Barhoun, Ian Fuelscher, Emily Kothe, Jason He, George Youssef, Peter Enticott, Jacqueline Williams, Christian Hyde

(2019), Vol. 99, pp. 282-297, Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Does fMRI repetition suppression reveal mirror neuron activity in the human brain? Insights from univariate and multivariate analysis

Ian Fuelscher, Karen Caeyenberghs, Peter Enticott, Melissa Kirkovski, Shawna Farquharson, Jarrad Lum, Christian Hyde

(2019), Vol. 50, pp. 2877-2892, European journal of neuroscience, Chichester, Eng., C1


Neurophysiological approaches to understanding motor control in DCD: current trends and future directions

Christian Hyde, Ian Fuelscher, Jacqueline Williams

(2019), Vol. 6, pp. 78-86, Current developmental disorders reports, New York, N.Y., C1


Individual differences in intracortical inhibition predict motor-inhibitory performance

J He, I Fuelscher, J Coxon, N Chowdhury, W Teo, P Barhoun, P Enticott, C Hyde

(2019), Vol. 237, pp. 2715-2727, Experimental brain research, Berlin, Germany, C1


Corticospinal excitability during motor imagery is reduced in young adults with developmental coordination disorder

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

(2018), pp. 214-224, Research in developmental disabilities, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Differential activation of brain areas in children with developmental coordination disorder during tasks of manual dexterity: an ALE meta-analysis

I Fuelscher, K Caeyenberghs, P Enticott, J Williams, J Lum, C Hyde

(2018), Vol. 86, pp. 77-84, Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Interhemispheric cortical inhibition is reduced in young adults with developmental coordination disorder

J He, I Fuelscher, P Enticott, W-P Teo, P Barhoun, C Hyde

(2018), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Frontiers in neurology, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1


Impaired motor inhibition in developmental coordination disorder

J He, I Fuelscher, J Coxon, P Barhoun, D Parmar, P Enticott, C Hyde

(2018), Vol. 127, pp. 23-33, Brain and cognition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


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


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


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


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


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


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, C1


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, C1


Perspectives on learning styles in motor and sport skills

I Fuelscher, K Ball, C MacMahon

(2012), Vol. 3, Frontiers in Psychology, C1-1


Funded Projects at Deakin

Industry and Other Funding

The microstructural basis of DCD and its co-occurrence with ADHD: an advanced constrained deconvolution

Dr Christian Hyde, Prof Karen Caeyenberghs, Dr Jacqueline Williams, Dr Ian Fuelscher, Dr Tim Silk, A/Prof Jeffrey Craig, A/Prof Jarrad Lum

  • 2019: $82,134


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