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Dr Lorna Hardy

Dr Lorna Hardy

Honorary Research Fellow



Broad research specialisms:

  • Associative learning mechanisms in drug addiction
  • Pharmacological and behavioural interventions


University of Exeter, BSc (Hons) Psychology (1st), 2011-14

University of Exeter, MSc Psychological Research Methods (Distinction), 2014-15

University of Exeter, PhD Psychology, 2015-18


2019-2020 - ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Exeter

2018-2019 - Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Exeter (KARE trial)

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Journal articles

Hardy L, Hogarth L (In Press). A novel concurrent pictorial choice model of mood-induced relapse in hazardous drinkers. Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology
Hardy L, Josephy K, McAndrew A, Hawksley P, Hartley L, Hogarth L (2019). Evaluation of the Peninsula Alcohol and Violence Programme (PAVP) with violent offenders. ADDICTION RESEARCH & THEORY, 27(2), 122-129. Author URL.
Hogarth L, Hardy L, Bakou A, Mahlberg J, Weidemann G, Cashel S, Moustafa AA (2019). Negative Mood Induction Increases Choice of Heroin Versus Food Pictures in Opiate-Dependent Individuals: Correlation with Self-Medication Coping Motives and Subjective Reactivity. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, 10 Author URL.
Hogarth L (2018). A concurrent pictorial drug choice task marks multiple risk factors in treatment-engaged smokers and drinkers. Behavioural Pharmacology
Hogarth L (2018). Alcohol use disorder symptoms are associated with greater relative value ascribed to alcohol, but not greater discounting of costs imposed on alcohol. Psychopharmacology
Hogarth L, Hardy L, Mathew AR, Hitsman B (2018). Negative mood-induced alcohol-seeking is greater in young adults who report depression symptoms, drinking to cope, and subjective reactivity. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 26(2), 138-146. Abstract.
Hogarth L, Hardy L (2017). Depressive statements prime goal-directed alcohol-seeking in individuals who report drinking to cope with negative affect. Psychopharmacology, 235, 269-279.
Hardy L, Mitchell C, Seabrooke T, Hogarth L (2017). Drug cue reactivity involves hierarchical instrumental learning: evidence from a biconditional Pavlovian to instrumental transfer task. Psychopharmacology (Berl), 234(13), 1977-1984. Abstract.  Author URL.

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