Research at Leeds Beckett
About Jason Round
Jason has expertise in the psychobiology of drug addiction, impulsivity and stress.
He is a member of:
- the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies
- the International Society for Research on Impulsivity
Jason's current research interests focus on disentangling the effects of tobacco smoking from cannabis smoking in terms of the impact this has on impulsive behaviour and reactivity to stressors and drug-related cues in the environment. He is also interested in the application of neuromodulatory techniques such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to reduce intrusive thoughts (e.g. drug craving) and/or enhance capacity to exert self-control over behaviour.
Conference contributions (3)
- Round JR; Harrison AA; Shepherd TE; Kolokotroni KZ (2016) The Effects of an Acute Psychological Stressor on Subjective and Physiological Reactivity in Cannabis Smokers, Tobacco Smokers, and Non-Smokers Low Wood, Windermere . : .
- Round J; Harrison AA; Shepherd TE; Kolokotroni KZ (2015) The Effects of an Acute Psycholosocial Stressor and Drug Cue Exposure on Craving and Stress Reactivity in Cannabis Smokers Verona, Italy . : .
- Round J; Harrison AA; Shepherd TE; Kolokotroni KZ (2014) The Effects of Acute Cannabis Withdrawal on Impulsivity in Humans Low Wood, Windermere . : .
- Round J (2016), Trait Impulsivity in Cannabis Smokers, Tobacco Smokers, and Non-Smokers