Core team:

Hugh Garavan

University of Vermont

Department of Psychology/Psychiatry, Associate Professor

Hugh's research applies functional brain imaging to understanding human cognition. He has a specific interest in the cognitive control functions performed by the prefrontal cortex and how their dysfunction might be relevant for clinical conditions such as addiction.

Most recent papers:

Recruiting the ABCD sample: design considerations and procedures.

Hugh Garavan, Hauke Bartsch, Kevin Conway, A. Decastro, et al.. Developmental cognitive neuroscience, 16-22, 32, 2018.
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Methylation in OTX2 and Related Genes, Maltreatment, and Depression in Children.

Joan Kaufman, Nicholas Wymbs, Janitza Montalvo-Ortiz, Catherine Orr, Matthew Albaugh, Robert Althoff, Hugh Garavan, et al.. Neuropsychopharmacology, , , 2018.
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The Initiation of Cannabis Use in Adolescence is Predicted by Sex‐Specific Psychosocial and Neurobiological Features.

Philip Spechler, Nicholas Allgaier, Bader Chaarani, Robert Whelan, Richard Watts, Catherine Orr, Matthew Albaugh, Hugh Garavan, et al.. European journal of neuroscience, , , 2018.
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Modulation of orbitofrontal-striatal reward activity by dopaminergic functional polymorphisms contributes to a predisposition to alcohol misuse in early adolescence.

Travis Baker, Hugh Garavan, Arun Bokde, Tobias Banaschewski, Frauke Nees, Herta Flor, Anna Cattrell, Gunter Schumann, Natalie Castellanos-Ryan, et al.. Psychological Medicine, , , 2018.
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