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Merve Mollaahmetoglu

PhD student

 Washington Singer 304

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

I am currently undertaking a PhD within the Psychopharmacology and Addiction Research Centre at the University of Exeter, under the supervision of Professor Celia Morgan and Professor Ed Watkins.

My PhD aims to understand the role of ruminative thinking in initiating and maintaining drug and alcohol use disorders and to explore rumination as a target of treatment approaches including psychological therapy and novel pharmacological treatment with ketamine.

The first study of my PhD focuses on rumination and alcohol use in hazardous and harmful drinkers; and investigate the effect of alcohol consumption on rumination in the laboratory. Moreover, my second study examines the relationship between daily rumination and subsequent affect, craving, drinking and risk of alcohol use disorders during everyday life using experience sampling.

 

Qualifications

BSc Psychology 2016, University of Exeter

MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences 2017, University College London

Research

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Journal articles

Carlyle M, Broomby R, Simpson G, Hannon R, Fawaz L, Mollaahmetoglu OM, Drain J, Mostazir M, Morgan CJA (2021). A randomised, double-blind study investigating the relationship between early childhood trauma and the rewarding effects of morphine. Addict Biol Abstract.  Author URL.
Mollaahmetoglu OM, Palmer E, Maschauer E, Nolan MC, Stevens T, Carlyle M, Hardy L, Watkins ER, Morgan CJA (2021). The acute effects of alcohol on state rumination in the laboratory. Psychopharmacology (Berl), 238(6), 1671-1686. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mollaahmetoglu OM, Keeler J, Ashbullby KJ, Ketzitzidou-Argyri E, Grabski M, Morgan CJA (2021). “This is Something That Changed My Life”: a Qualitative Study of Patients' Experiences in a Clinical Trial of Ketamine Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 1-17.

Publications by year


2021

Carlyle M, Broomby R, Simpson G, Hannon R, Fawaz L, Mollaahmetoglu OM, Drain J, Mostazir M, Morgan CJA (2021). A randomised, double-blind study investigating the relationship between early childhood trauma and the rewarding effects of morphine. Addict Biol Abstract.  Author URL.
Mollaahmetoglu OM (2021). AlcoholStateRuminationStudyFinalDataset.
Mollaahmetoglu OM (2021). AlcoholStateRuminationStudyFinalDataset.
Mollaahmetoglu OM (2021). AlcoholStateRuminationStudyFinalDataset.  Full text.
Mollaahmetoglu OM, Palmer E, Maschauer E, Nolan MC, Stevens T, Carlyle M, Hardy L, Watkins ER, Morgan CJA (2021). The acute effects of alcohol on state rumination in the laboratory. Psychopharmacology (Berl), 238(6), 1671-1686. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mollaahmetoglu OM, Keeler J, Ashbullby KJ, Ketzitzidou-Argyri E, Grabski M, Morgan CJA (2021). “This is Something That Changed My Life”: a Qualitative Study of Patients' Experiences in a Clinical Trial of Ketamine Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 1-17.

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