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  Neural Reward Processing and MVPR in Adolescent Depression and Depression Treatments
  Prof C McCabe
Applications accepted all year round
Psychiatric disorders such as depression have been shown to have dysfunctional reward systems thought to underlie the symptom of anhedonia in depression.
  A network approach to bipolar disorder: developing a network analysis of the relationship between depression and mania
  Prof R Bentall
Applications accepted all year round
Project description. Abstract. Bipolar disorder is a severe but complex condition, which may not be entirely separate from the other psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia (Tamminga et al., 2014).
  Understanding depression and treatment in South Asian (Pakistani/Indian/Bangladeshi) populations
  Dr Q Fazil
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for a 3-year fully-funded/self-funded PhD Studentship. A PhD project with Dr Qulsom Fazil will focus on understanding the expression of depression and social treatment approaches of recovery in people from South Asian backgrounds.
  Early engagement processes in psychological treatments for depression
  Prof G Hardy, Prof M Barkham
Applications accepted all year round
There is evidence that psychological therapies are effective for the treatment of depression. However, not all patients benefit and many patients do not complete their full course of treatment, with the likelihood that their outcomes will be poorer than for those who have completed therapy.
  (BBSRC DTP) A new animal test of emotional cognition
  Dr J Gigg, Dr D Talmi, Prof J Neill
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
This project will create and implement a new animal test for emotional biases in attention and memory that is more closely linked with the impact that emotion has on the same functions in humans.
  Improving care and support for psychological morbidity in patients with advanced COPD and their informal carers (FarquharMU18SF)
  Dr M Farquhar
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common chronic respiratory condition with high symptom-burden, slow relentless progressive impact, and substantial informal carer-burden.
  Mathematical modelling and uncertainty quantification of distributed brain circuits to inform development of neuromodulation therapies.
  Prof D Avitabile, Prof P Liddle, Prof S Coombes
Application Deadline: 25 February 2019
In treating mental disorders current pharmacological treatment provides transient relief of symptoms but enduring benefit is likely to require re-modelling of the relevant cerebral circuits by targeted modulation of neural activity in these circuits.
  Evolution of inbreeding mating systems in social species: theory on causes and consequences.
  Dr G Bocedi, Prof J Reid, Prof T Bilde
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
This project aims at developing new spatially- and genetically-explicit theory to understand (1) evolution of inbreeding mating systems and associated sociality, and (2) its consequences for species adaptation to changing environments and evolutionary potential.
  Risk and resilience factors for psychosocial outcomes following breast reconstruction following breast cancer
  Prof B Grunfeld
Applications accepted all year round
There are mixed psychosocial outcomes following breast reconstruction; there are variations in self-reported mood, fear of recurrence, satisfaction with the reconstruction and body image concerns.
  Field scale reconstruction of nineteenth century rural land use using first County Series OS maps and parish area books
  Prof N S Walford, Dr D Brown
Applications accepted all year round
The project will explore agricultural land use change in mid-nineteenth century England, which was a period of relatively high prosperity and stability before the onset of an era of decline and depression from the early 1870s through to the twentieth century.
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