New paper from postdoc Amanda Elton!

Our new paper is in press at Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. In it we show that delay discounting behavior was predicted by an interaction of COMT genotype and sex, consistent with a U-shaped relationship with COMT activity. COMT genotype and sex similarly exhibited U-shaped relationships with individual differences in neural activation, particularly among networks that were most engaged by the task. The lead author is Dr. Amanda Elton.