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John Grogan

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

I completed my BSc in Psychology at the University of York, and my PhD in Neural Dynamics at the University of Bristol with Dr Elizabeth Coulthard, where I remained for two years as a post-doc, before moving to the University of Oxford.

I am interested in the processes underlying long- and short-term memory, and decision making, and the way these are affected by chemicals such as dopamine and disorders such as Parkinson's disease. My current postdoc focuses on how motivation affects working memory and decision making, and how this can be altered by Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders. I use behavioural testing methods, eye tracking, computational modelling, and EEG to investigate this.

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