Professor Andrew Parrott
Telephone: (01792) 295271
Room: Office - 907
Ninth Floor
Vivian Building
Singleton Campus


  1. Cocaine vs Ecstasy/MDMA: Comparative Effects on Mood and Cognition in Recreational Users. The Open Addiction Journal 4(1), 36-37.
  2. & Substance usage intention does not affect attentional bias: implications from Ecstasy/MDMA users and alcohol drinkers. Addictive Behaviors 88, 175-181.
  3. Mood Fluctuation and Psychobiological Instability: The Same Core Functions Are Disrupted by Novel Psychoactive Substances and Established Recreational Drugs. Brain Sciences 8(3), 43
  4. & (2017). Novel psychoactive substances: Shedding new lights on the ever-changing drug scenario and the associated health risks. (Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental No. 32).
  5. MDMA and mephedrone: current psychobiological models of ‘Ecstasy’ and ‘m-cat’, and future human research needs.. Research and Advances in Psychiatry 4(3), 1-6.

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  • Negotiating Urban and Wilderness Environments: Tracking Environmental and Mediated Information Use «br /»«br /» (awarded 2018)

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    Other supervisor: Prof David / Dave Clarke