Eva Loth, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London

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Eva Loth is an associate professor at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London. She received her Ph.D. in psychology from St. Andrews University, Scotland, and completed postdoctoral placements at the IoPPN and Cambridge University.

Her work integrates developmental, cognitive and neuroimaging approaches to understand the interplay between social, emotional, motivational and cognitive processes in ‘typical development’ and neurodevelopmental conditions, notably autism. A key focus of her current work is on creating individual profiles of strengths and difficulties across these areas that can be clinically used to stratify a diverse condition into more homogeneous subgroups and help predict a person’s developmental outcome or therapeutic needs.

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Funded Projects

SFARI Funded Publications

Processing of social and monetary rewards in autism spectrum disorders. Baumeister S., Moessnang C., Bast N., Hohmann S., Aggensteiner P., Kaiser A., Tillmann J., Goyard D., Charman T., Ambrosino S., Baron-Cohen S., Beckmann C., Bölte S., Bourgeron T., Rausch A., Crawley D., Dell'Acqua F., Dumas G., Durston S., Ecker C., Floris D.L., Frouin V., Hayward H., Holt R., Johnson M.H., Jones E.J.H., Lai M.-C., Lombardo M., Mason L., Oakley B., Oldehinkel M., Persico A.M., San José Cáceres A., Wolfers T., Loth E., Murphy D., Buitelaar J.K., Tost H., Meyer-Lindenberg A., Banaschewski T., Brandeis D., EU-AIMS LEAP Group.
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