Trung Thanh Ngo, (PhD in Neuroscience)

Affiliations: 
2016- Mater Research Institute-UQ, Translational Research Institute and UQ Faculty of Medicine University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 
Area:
precision switch medicine, phylogenetics of bistable switching (binary decision-making / choice behaviour), perceptual & autonomic neurobiology, brain disorders, device technology development, chronobiology, repeated vestibulocortical stimulation (rVCS)
Website:
http://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/16014
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Dean OM, Gliddon E, Van Rheenen TE, et al. (2018) An update on adjunctive treatment options for bipolar disorder Bipolar Disorders. 20: 87–96
Law PCF, Miller SM, Ngo TT. (2017) The effect of stimulus strength on binocular rivalry rate in healthy individuals: Implications for genetic, clinical and individual differences studies Physiology & Behavior. 181: 127–136
Law PCF, Gurvich CT, Ngo TT, et al. (2017) Evidence that eye‐movement profiles do not explain slow binocular rivalry rate in bipolar disorder: Support for a perceptual endophenotype Bipolar Disorders. 19: 465–476
Law PC, Paton BK, Riddiford JA, et al. (2015) No relationship between binocular rivalry rate and eye-movement profiles in healthy individuals: A Bayes factor analysis Perception. 44: 643–661
Law PCF, Paton BK, Thomson RH, et al. (2013) Dichoptic viewing methods for binocular rivalry research: Prospects for large-scale clinical and genetic studies Twin Research & Human Genetics. 16: 1033–1078
Ngo TT, Barsdell WN, Law PCF, et al. (2013) Binocular rivalry, brain stimulation and bipolar disorder The Constitution of Visual Consciousness: Lessons From Binocular Rivalry [Book Chapter in Advances in Consciousness Research Series]. 90: 211–252
Wade NJ, Ngo TT. (2013) Early views on binocular rivalry The Constitution of Visual Consciousness: Lessons From Binocular Rivalry [Book Chapter in Advances in Consciousness Research Series]. 90: 77–108
Miller SM, Ngo TT, van Swinderen B. (2012) Attentional switching in humans and flies: Rivalry in large and miniature brains Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 5: 188
Palmer CJ, Paton B, Ngo TT, et al. (2012) Individual differences in moral behaviour: A role for response to risk and uncertainty? Neuroethics. 6: 97–103
Ngo TT, Mitchell PB, Martin NG, et al. (2011) Psychiatric and genetic studies of binocular rivalry: An endophenotype for bipolar disorder? Acta Neuropsychiatrica. 23: 37–42
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