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Sensitivity and specificity of the Intra-Extra Dimensional Set-Shift task

Using the Intra-Extra Dimensional Set Shift task to distinguish within-and between-diagnostic categories. 

Decision-making under risk: from drugs to dopamine

How can you tell if a decision was impulsive or risky? Using the Cambridge Gambling Task to unpick how different brain regions, different drugs and different dopamine levels impact on decision-making. 

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