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Researcher: Schmidt, M (Mr Matthew Schmidt)

Fields of Research

Sensory Processes, Perception and Performance
Developmental Psychology and Ageing
Exercise Physiology
Human Movement and Sports Science
Physiotherapy
Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
Preventive Medicine
Motor Control
Central Nervous System

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences
Health Related to Ageing
Preventive Medicine
Health and Support Services
Workplace Safety
Nervous System and Disorders

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Absence of cross-limb transfer of performance gains following ballistic motor practice in older adults; Journal of Applied Physiology
Age-related Differences in Corticomotor Excitability and Inhibitory Processes during a Visuomotor RT Task; Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Age-related differences in corticospinal excitability and inhibition during coordination of upper and lower limbs; Neurobiology of Aging
Age-related differences in corticospinal excitability and inhibitory processes during a Go/NoGo reaction time task; 14th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology and 4th International Conference on Transcranial Magnetic and Direct Current Stimulation
Assessment: what does technology add to practice
Long-Lasting Contralateral Motor Cortex Excitability is Increased by Unilateral Hand Movement That Triggers Electrical Stimulation of Opposite Homologous Muscles; Neurorehabilitation and Neuro Repair
The effect of ballistic thumb contractions on the excitability of the ipsilateral motor cortex; Experimental Brain Research
The neural correlates of ballistic motor learning and cross-limb transfer in young and older adults; 14th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology and 4th International Conference on Transcranial Magnetic and Direct Current Stimulation
Unilateral contractions modulate interhemispheric inhibition most strongly and most adaptively in the homologous muscle of the contralateral limb; Experimental Brain Research

Research Projects

Mobile Solution to Encourage Clients to Exercise at Home; MAIB Injury Prevention & Management Foundation (MAIB)
Using commercially available technology to increase intensity of practice after stroke; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)

Research Candidate Supervision