Research and Interests
Cognitive and neural correlates of delusions and hallucinations. CBT for psychosis
Dr. Menon completed his Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Cambridge, UK. He did a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto and then took up a position as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychiatry, and a Clinician Scientist at the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health. He moved to UBC in June 2012, and is a Psychologist with the BC Psychosis Program and Mood Program at UBC Hospital.
1. Menon M, Quilty L, Zawadzki J, Boon H, Wong T. (2012). Personality variables and cognitive biases independently influence delusional ideation. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. doi: 10.1080/13546805.2012.692873
2. Zawadzki J, Woodward TS, Sokolowski M, Boon H, Wong T, Menon M. (2012) Cognitive biases associated with subclinical delusional ideation in the general population. Psychiatry Research, 197, 345-349.
3. Menon M, Anderson A, Schmitz T, Graff A, Korostil M, Mamo D, Addington J, Gerretsen P, Remington G, Kapur S. (2011). Exploring the neural correlates of delusions of reference: an fMRI study. Biological Psychiatry, 70 (12), 1127-1133. 17.
4. Menon M, Mizrahi R, Kapur S. (2008). ‘Jumping to conclusions’ and delusions in schizophrenia: Relationship and response to treatment. Schizophrenia Research. 98, 225- 231. 20.
5. Menon M, Jensen J, Vitcu I, Graff-Guerrero A, Crawley A, Smith MA & Kapur S. (2007). Temporal difference modeling of the BOLD response during aversive conditioning in humans: Effects of dopaminergic modulation. Biological Psychiatry. 62, 765- 772.