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Research project: Neural markers of substance use disorder liability

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This project will investigate reward and delay processing in children with ADHD using EEG/ERP.

Childhood ADHD, a prevalent disorder where impulsivity is a core feature, is an important neurodevelopmental precursor of substance use (SUD) and conduct disorder (CD). In this project we will investigate neural markers of reward/delay processing dysfunction as possible putative vulnerability neuromarkers of SUD/CD development in ADHD.

Duration: 2010-2011
University of Southampton Annual Adventure in Research Grant 2010
PI: Samantha Broyd
Co-Investigators: Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Suzannah Helps.

Related research groups

Developmental Brain-Behaviour Laboratory (DBBL)
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