I am interested in the neural basis of human learning and decision-making. My PhD research utilised a range of behavioural paradigms including concurrent choice, extinction and Pavlovian to instrumental transfer (PIT) tasks, in conjunction with ERP and frequency analyses of EEG data, to investigate the underlying mechanisms involved in addiction. Current work involves the combined use of EEG and fMRI modalities, along with single trial analysis and behavioural modelling, to elucidate the spatiotemporal stages of decision-making.
Office: 702 Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Tel: 0141 330 2162
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Discover our research interests and our lab’s general research methodology in multimodal brain imaging
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