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I am a Post Doctoral Fellow at Liverpool Hope University.  I completed my PhD at the University of Exeter in 2014 and my research specialism is looking at motor control and coordination of children with movement difficulties such as Developmental Coordination Disorder and using eye tracking theories to develop implicit learning techniques to improve the general and specific motor skills these children struggle with in everyday life.

Child wearing eye tracker

As a result of my work for the Exeter Cascade project in the first year of my studies,  I created this research blog, which has developed into a useful tool to our project.  I hope it will improve the visability of our work to a wider audience and keep people informed of our progress and breakthroughs as we continue to work on interventions to help improve the motor coordination of children with problems such as Developmental Coordination Disorder.

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