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Exploring the neurocomputational mechanisms of adaptive and pathological anxiety. (360G-Wellcome-106816_Z_15_Z)

<p>At present the majority of people with anxiety fail to respond to their first treatment. Refining our understanding of the mechanisms underpinning anxiety, as well as the process by which adaptive anxiety becomes maladaptive is critical in order to improve diagnosis and treatment outcomes. To this end, the objective for this collaborative doctoral research project between UCL and the NIMH is to investigate the neurocomputational basis of adaptive and pathological anxiety. Specifically, what are the decision-making variables involved in adaptive and pathological anxiety and what are the underlying computations in the neural level?&nbsp;<strong><br /></strong></p>

£80,000

12 Jan 2015

Grant details
Amount Awarded 80000
Applicant Surname Sarigiannidis
Approval Committee WT/NIH Four Year PhD Programme Advisory Committee
Award Date 2015-01-12T00:00:00+00:00
Financial Year 2014/15
Grant Programme: Title WT/NIH Four Year PhD Studentship
Internal ID 106816/Z/15/Z
Lead Applicant Mr Ioannis Sarigiannidis
Planned Dates: End Date 2019-09-30T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2015-10-01T00:00:00+00:00
Recipient Org: Country United Kingdom
Region Greater London
Sponsor(s) Prof Neil Burgess
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