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Latest Scientific Findings from the Integrative Neuroscience Research and World's Largest Database.

Dr. Donna Palmer

ADHD insights from the Brain Resource International Database over the past decade have lead to new products that provide personalized diagnostic decision support for ADHD and allied conditions, drawing primarily on profiles of emotional functioning and cognitive performance. An overview of these insights and product tools will be provided here, as well as our ongoing extension of this program of ADHD research, which is focused on EEG & arousal biomarkers in clinical subgroups. This extension addresses the key question of mechanism and meaningful biological subgroups within ADHD and allied disorders, and the way in which these relate to treatment options and functional outcomes - with a view to identifying the most beneficial treatment approach for each individual child. In addition, an overview of a related new international study on the efficacy of Neurofeedback in ADHD, INSENTA, will also be presented.

Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia. Annual Conference
Cognitive Enhancement, Neuromodulation and Neurodiagnostics.
Sydney Australia . August 12-14 2011
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Dr. Donna Palmer

Dr Donna Palmer works as Data Pipeline Manager, Brain Resource International Database. She has completed her doctoral thesis on "The emotional brain: Maturation from childhood to young adulthood and application to ADHD at the School of Psychology, University of Sydney and Brain Dynamics Centre, Westmead Millennium Institute, Westmead Hospital & University of Sydney. This project focused on mapping the maturational course of healthy emotional brain function from 6 to 29 years of age, by establishing healthy norms for event-related potentials to facial emotional expressions across this age range (in a large sample of over 1,000 people). This was undertaken with a view to using this as a platform to identify emotional brain ‘markers’ in psychological disorders within this age range, and includes an example implementation of these norms in exploring emotional brain function in ADHD subtypes

Publications:
Gordon, E., Palmer, D.M., Cooper, N. (2010). EEG alpha asymmetry in schizophrenia,
depression, PTSD, panic disorder, ADHD and conduct disorder. Clinical EEG and
Neuroscience, 41(4): 178-183.

Williams, L., Gatt, J., Kuan, S., Dobson-Stone, C., Palmer, D.M., Paul, R., Song, L.,
Costa, P., Schofield, P, & Gordon, E. (2009). A polymorphism of the MAOA gene is
associated with emotional brain markers and personality traits on an antisocial
index. Neuropsychopharmacology, 34, 1797-1809.

Williams, L. M., Mathersul, D., Palmer, D. M., Gur, R. C., Gur, R. E., & Gordon, E.
(2009). Explicit identification and implicit recognition of facial emotions: I. Age
effects in males and females across 10 decades. Journal of Clinical and Experimental
Neuropsychology, 31(3), 257-277.
Mathersul, D., Palmer, D. M., Gur, R. C., Gur, R. E., Cooper, N., Gordon, E., &
Williams, L. M. (2009). Explicit identification and implicit recognition of facial
emotions: II. Core domains and relationships with general cognition. Journal of
Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 31(3), 278-291.
Williams, L. M., Gatt, J. M., Hatch, A., Palmer, D. M., Nagy, M., Rennie, C., Cooper, N.
J., Morris, C., Grieve, S., Dobson-Stone, C., Schofield, P., Clark, C. R., Gordon, E., Arns,M., & Paul, R. H. (2008). The integrate model of emotion, thinking and self
regulation: An application to the "paradox of aging". Journal of Integrative
Neuroscience, 7(3), 367-404.

Williams, L. M., Hermens, D. F., Palmer, D.M., Kohn, M., Clarke, S., Keage, H., Clark,
C., & Gordon, E. (2008). Misinterpreting emotional expressions in attention deficit/
hyperactivity disorder: Evidence for a neural marker and stimulant effects.
Biological Psychiatry, 63(10), 917-926.

Williams, L. M., Kemp, A. H., Felmingham, K., Liddell, B. J., Palmer, D. M., &
Bryant, R. A. (2007). Neural biases to covert and overt signals of fear: Dissociation
by trait anxiety and depression. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(10), 1595-
1608.

Williams, L. M., Brown, K. J., Palmer, D.M.,, Liddell, B. J., Kemp, A. H., Olivieri, G.,
Peduto, A., & Gordon, E. (2006). The mellow years?: Neural basis of improving
emotional stability over age. Journal of Neuroscience, 26(24), 6422-6430.

Williams, L. M., Palmer, D.M., Liddell, B. J., Song, L., & Gordon, E. (2006). The 'when' and 'where' of perceiving signals of threat versus non-threat. NeuroImage, 31(1),458- 467.

Conference Presentations:

Invited Presentations:

Palmer, DM (2009). The emotional brain: Maturation from childhood to young
adulthood. Annual Conference of the Family and Adolescent Counsellor’s Association,Sydney, Australia, August 2009.

Oral Presentations:
Palmer DM, Gordon E, Williams LM (2008). Maturational changes in facial emotion
ERPs from 6 to 30 years: Conscious versus nonconscious perception. 14
Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Melbourne, Australia, June 2008.

Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, Williams LM (2006). Facial emotion processing
from childhood to adulthood: An event-related potential study of maturational
changes. 16 th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology, Canberra, Australia, December 2006.

Palmer DM, Hermens D, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2006). Identifying affective
markers of ADHD and comorbid conduct disorder. Annual Meeting of the
Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research, Sydney, Australia, December 2006.
Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2006). Facial emotion processing
from childhood to adulthood: An event-related potential study of maturational
changes. 12 Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping,
Florence, Italy, June 2006.

Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2004). Age related changes in the
processing of facial stimuli: An ERP study. 14th Annual Conference of the
Australasian Society for Psychophysiology, Melbourne, Australia, December 2004.
Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2003). Perception of facial signals
of emotion: An ERP study. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for
Psychophysiology, Hobart, Australia, December 2003.

Poster Presentations:
Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2006). Facial emotion processing
from childhood to adulthood: An event-related potential study of maturational
changes. 12 Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping,
Florence, Italy, June 2006.

Palmer DM, Dadds M, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Emotional brain dysfunctions
in antisocial behaviour: An ERP and fMRI study. Joint CINP/ASPR Scientific Meeting,
Brisbane, Australia, December 2005.
Palmer DM, Brown KJ, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Age-related
changes in face and facial emotion perception over six decades: Evidence from ERPs and fMRI. 11th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping,
Toronto, Canada, June 2005.
4Palmer DM., Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Perception of facial signals
of emotion: An event-related study of brain electrical activity. 10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Budapest, Hungary, June 2004.
Published Conference Abstracts:

Palmer D, Williams L, Gordon E, & Hermens D (2006). Identifying affective markers
of ADHD and comorbid conduct disorder. Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 18(6): 265.
Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2006). Facial emotion processing
from childhood to adulthood: An event-related potential study of maturational
changes. NeuroImage, 31 (suppl. 1): S88.
Liddell BJ, Palmer DM, Kemp AH, Brown KJ, Das P, Peduto A, Gordon E, & Williams
LM (2006). The Complexity of Nonconscious Emotion Perception: Integrated
evidence from functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Event-Related Potentials.
NeuroImage, 31 (suppl. 1): S69.
Boord PR, Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Song L, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2006). The
‘when’ and ‘where’ of perceiving signals of threat and non-threat. NeuroImage, 31
(suppl. 1): S89.
Palmer DM, Dadds M, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Emotional brain dysfunctions
in antisocial behaviour: An ERP and fMRI study. Australian and New Zealand Journal
of Psychiatry, 39 (suppl. 2): A86.
Liddell BJ, Palmer DM, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Examining the time course
of subliminal emotion perception. Australian Journal of Psychology, 57(suppl.): 29.
Palmer DM, Williams LM, Liddell BJ, & Gordon E (2005). Age-related changes in the
processing of facial stimuli: An ERP study. Australian Journal of Psychology,
57(suppl.): 33.

Palmer D, Brown K, Liddell B, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2005). Age-related changes
in face and facial emotion perception over six decades: Evidence from ERPs and
fMRI. NeuroImage, 26(suppl 1): 47.

Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams L (2004). Perception of facial signals of
emotion: An ERP study. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56(suppl.): 50.

Palmer DM, Liddell BJ, Gordon E, & Williams LM (2004). Perception of facial signals
of emotion: An event-related study of brain electrical activity. NeuroImage, 22(suppl1): 27.5

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