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Edwards, M.G. and Martin, J.A. and Ramsey, J and Hughes, C and Peters, D.M. (2010) The Relationship Between Age, Strength and Movement Dexterity. In: 8th SEPEX Conference, 15th-17th April, 2010, Granada, Spain.

Edwards, M.G. and Martin, J.A. and Hughes, C and Peters, D.M. (2009) Effects of Ageing and Selective Attention on Movement Speed. In: 4th International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 14th-18th September 2009, Rome, Italy.

Edwards, M.G. and Martin, J.A. and Hughes, C and Peters, D.M. (2009) Effects of Ageing and Selective Attention on Movement Speed (Abstract). Cognitive Processing, 10 (Supplement 2). ISSN 1612-4782 (Print) 1612-4790 (Electronic)

Martin, J.A. and Peters, D.M. and Hughes, C and Edwards, M.G. (2008) Determinants of Motor Performance Across the Age Span. In: Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology, 2nd-5th September 2008, Edinburgh University.

Craig, B and Hughes, C and Bevins, Joe and Peters, D.M. (2008) Quantification of Skeletal Movement During Whole Body Vibration in Standing and Squatting Positions. In: National Strength & Conditioning Association National Conference & Exhibition, 9th-12th July 2008, Las Vegas.

Martin, J.A. and Hughes, C and Peters, D.M. and Edwards, M.G. (2007) Effects of Perceptual Complexity on Movement Across the Age-Span. In: European Science Foundation Research Conference, 6-11th October 2007, Saint Feliu de Guixois, Spain.

Martin, J.A. and Hughes, C and Peters, D.M. and Edwards, M.G. (2006) Ageing Dexterity: Speed or Selection? In: Experimental Psychology Society, 10th -12th July, Plymouth Meeting.

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