Investigating the role of social cognition in hostility and violence in methamphetamine use and psychosis

Investigators: Dr Shalini Arunogiri, Davinia Rizzo, Prof Dan Lubman, Prof Antonio Verdejo-Garcia, Prof Boris Quednow, Joshua Zimmermann and Dr David Cole

This project, supported by a Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) Early Career Researcher Project Grant,
investigated the potential of social cognition as a marker of risk for hostility and violence in adults who use
methamphetamine regularly.

Featured publications

Arunogiri, S, McKetin, R, Verdejo-Garcia, A & Lubman, DI. 2020. The Methamphetamine-Associated Psychosis Spectrum: a Clinically Focused Review. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 18, 54-65. 10.1007/s11469-018-9934-4

Arunogiri, S, Verdejo-Garcia, A, McKetin, R, Rubenis, AJ, Fitzpatrick, RE & Lubman, DI. 2019. Emotion RecognitionFrontiers in Psychiatry, 10, 889. 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00889

Project Funder

Society for Mental Health Research Inc.

Project partners

A collaboration with between Turning Point, MARC and the University of Zurich