Physiological and neurochemical mechanisms of executive control (2009–2011)

This study will examine how manipulating brain chemistry influences our ability to inhibit behaviour and monitor our own performance errors. We will determine the response of the brain using the physiological techniques of event-related potentials (ERPs) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The first technique allows us to determine how drugs influence the timing of neural events, while the second technique allows us to determine where in the brain these drugs act.
Grant type:
NHMRC Project Grant
  • UQ Laureate Fellow
    Queensland Brain Institute
    UQ Laureate Fellow
    School of Psychology
    Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • Conjoint Professor
    Queensland Brain Institute
    Academic Title-Professor
    School of Clinical Medicine
    Faculty of Medicine
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council