Professor Tom Johnstone
- School of Health Sciences
- Centre for Human Psychopharmacology
- Centre for Mental Health
- Department of Health and Medical Sciences
- Department of Psychological Sciences
- ATC936 Hawthorn campus
- ORCID profile
Neuroimaging. MRI. MEG. EEG. Psychophysiology. Emotion regulation. Cognitive Neuroscience. Open Science.
BSc in Physics (Western Australia), postgraduate research in cognitive science and psychology (Western Australia & Geneva, Switzerland), postdoctoral research in cognitive neuroscience (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), Head of brain imaging (Reading, UK).
Neural basis of cognition and emotion, in particular the role of cognitive and attentional processes in regulating emotion.
Brain-body interactions underlying emotional processes.
Studies of emotion regulation in healthy populations as well as in psychopathology, pain disorders and addiction.
Methodological focus developing data acquisition and analysis methods to integrate functional MRI, EEG and peripheral psychophysiology with behavioural measures.
Enthusiastic supporter of interdisciplinary, open and collaborative science.
Biomedical science; Cognitive Psychology; Neuroscience; Psychological Measurement; Medical Devices and Diagnostics; Cognitive Psychology; Neuroscience; Psychological Measurement; Signal and Image Processing
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
PhD topics and outlines
Brain-body interaction in emotion
Cross-modal brain imaging
MEG measures of neural connectivity
Reproducible open imaging analysis
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
Absolutism, uncertainty, emotion
Heart, lungs, emotion
Also published as: Johnstone, Tom; Johnstone, T.; Johnstone, Iain; Johnstone, I.; Johnstone, I. T.; Johnstone, Iain Thomas; Johnstone, Thomas
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2021: Australian Electrophysiology Data Analytics PlaTform (AEDAPT) *; Australian Research Data Commons
- 2019: Road Empathy: Understanding and evaluating campaigns for behaviour chanqe in behaviour drivers and VRUs *; ACT Road Safety Fund Grants Program
* Chief Investigator
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