My main research interest is in computational psychiatry. My aim is to employ reinforcement learning and game theoretic frameworks in combination with a range of neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG, TMS, simultaneous fMRI/EEG) in order to elucidate the neural underpinnings of psychiatric disorders. Current work involves using model-based fMRI to try and predict response to cognitive behavioural therapy in unipolar depression.
Office: 520 Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Tel: 0141 330 4663
We aim to share data and code for a number of our ongoing experiments and recently published work
Discover our research interests and our lab’s general research methodology in multimodal brain imaging
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