Nicholas D. Walsh
Lecturer in Developmental Paychology
Joined Apr 2016
My broad research interests are in the developmental aetiology, maintenance, and consequences of stress-related states and personality/psychopathological traits. My current interests examine how stress affects neuropsychological, and especially cerebellar-related processes. To do this my lab uses experimental techniques and paradigms to assess stress reactivity and cerebellar functioning in normative, high-risk and clinical participants. Current techniques and paradigms being used include neuroimaging (fMRI, sMRI), neuromodulation (tDCS), behavioural (eye-tracking, balance and coordination) and cognitive, emotion and motivation paradigms (executive control, emotion processing) in conjunction with biological markers of stress reactivity (e.g. cortisol).
Member ofUniversity of East Anglia