RCUK Academic Research Fellow
Member of the Clinical & Cognitive Neurosciences
Neurophysiology & Clinical Neuroimaging
School of Life and health Sciences
Tel: +44 (0) 121 204 4018
- PhD Cognitive Neuroscience (1999 - 2003): University of Manchester
Supervisors: Dr Rebecca Elliott and Professor JFW Deakin
- May 2005 - present: I am currently an RCUK Academic Research Fellow with the Neuroimaging Research Group, Aston University. My research interests include neuroimaging studies of reward processing and cognition and motivation interactions, using both fMRI and MEG. I also have a specific interest in how self-criticism is processed at the neural level in both healthy adults and depressed patients.
- 2003 - 2005: University of Cambridge: Post-Doctoral Research Associate
I worked as a postdoctoral research associate in the Centre for Speech, Language and the Brain, University of Cambridge. Projects included fMRI investigations of grammar processing and lesion-behaviour correlations for semantic processing.
- Longe, O., Maratos, F.A., Gilbert, P., Evans, G., Volker, F., Rockliff, H. Rippon, G. Having a word with yourself: Neural correlates of self-criticism and self-reassurance NeuroImage, 2010 15;49(2):1849-56
- Rodd JM, Longe OA, Randall B, Tyler LK. The functional organisation of the fronto-temporal language system: Evidence from syntactic and semantic ambiguity. Neuropsychologia. 2009 Dec 28. Epub ahead of print
- Thai, N.J., Longe, O., Rippon, G. (2009) Disconnected brains: What is the role of fMRI in connectivity research? International Journal of Psychophysiology, 73 (1), 27-32
- Longe, O, Senior C, Rippon G. (2009). The lateral and ventromedial prefrontal cortex work as a dynamic integrated system: evidence from FMRI connectivity analysis. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 21(1):141-54.
- Longe, O., Randall B., Stamatakis, E.A., & Tyler, L. K. (2007). Grammatical Categories in the brain Cerebral Cortex, 17 (8):1812-20.
- Bright, P., Moss, H. E., Longe, O., Stamatakis, E. A., & Tyler, L. K. (2007). Conceptual Structure Modulates Anteromedial Temporal Involvement in Processing Verbally Presented Object Properties. Cerebral Cortex. 17(5):1066-73
- R Elliott, J Newman, OA Longe, JFW Deakin. Instrumental responding for rewards is associated with enhanced neuronal response in subcortical reward systems. Neuroimage 2004 Mar; 21 (3): 984-90.
- R Elliott, J Newman, OA Longe, JFW Deakin. Differential response patterns in the striatum and orbitofrontal cortex to financial reward in humans: a parametric fMRI study. Journal of Neuroscience 2003 Jan; 23 (1): 303-07