Portrait of Dr Andrew Martin

Dr Andrew Martin

Lecturer in Cognitive Neuropsychology

About

Andrew employs a translational neuroscience and experimental psychology approach to study social cognition and executive functioning. In his research to date, he has employed cognitive testing, functional and structural neuroimaging, genetic endophenotyping, interoceptive analyses, and non-invasive brain stimulation methods and has contributed research across a range of fields.
A strong focus of his clinical research is trying to understand psychosis-related conditions in terms of underlying cognition with the goal of improving existing and novel treatment options. He is also interested in how cognition changes across the healthy lifespan and in disorders of ageing.  

Research interests

  • Perspective Taking and Theory of Mind
  • Sense of Agency
  • Self-referential effect
  • Source monitoring
  • Executive Functions
  • Social Neuroscience
  • Psychosis
  • Mental Health
  • Ageing & Pathologies of Ageing    

Teaching

Supervision

Please enquire about MSc, MRes, or PhD supervision.    

Professional

Administration roles

  • Admissions & Ethics

Research Awards and Grants

2019The Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, New Investigator Grant (Co-Investigator)$6000
2018-2020Australian Research Council, Discovery Project. Chief InvestigatorA$503,366
2018 - 2019Junior International Fellowship, Durham University, Durham, UK£51,000
2018University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research, Travel Collaboration AwardA$2670
2018SPSAN International Travel Grant, Sao Paulo, BrazilA$6000
2018University of Queensland, Early Career Research Grant. Chief InvestigatorA$26,815
2017-2018Experiment.com, Crowdfunding Grant. Chief InvestigatorA$2100
2017University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research, Travel Collaboration AwardA$5000
2017Ian Potter Foundation, Travel GrantA$2000
2016University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research, Early Career Researcher Travel AwardA$2000


Peer reviews for Journals, including: 

Brain Stimulation, British Journal of Clinical Psychology, Cognition, Cortex, Human Brain Mapping, Journal of Experimental Psychology, Journal of Neuroscience, Neurobiology of Aging, Neuropsychologia, Psychological Medicine, Psychological Science, Schizophrenia Bulletin, Schizophrenia Research, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Peer review for Grants

Australian Research Council, PSI Foundation (Canada), UKRI & The University of Rochester Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience Pilot Grant Scheme (USA)

Peer review for Conferences

Australasian Society for Social and Affective Neuroscience  

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