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Patricia Lockwood

BSc Psychology and Philosophy (2010), PhD Biomedical Sciences (2015)

Medical Research Council Fellow and Junior Research Fellow

Research Summary

My research investigates the psychological and neural mechanisms that underpin how we interact with other people. As part of this aim, I examine how our ability to interact with others is affected by factors such as personality, ageing and psychiatric and neurological disorders including conduct problems, stroke and Parkinson's Disorder.

I use a range of methods including questionnaires, behavioural paradigms, functional magnetic resonance imaging, neuropsychological studies and computational modelling.

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