Alexander Lebedev

Assistant professor

Research description

Alexander V. Lebedev is a psychiatrist and an assistant professor at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Aging Research Center. He is currently involved in several projects utilizing methods of multimodal imaging to study system mechanisms underlying higher cognition, psychosis and schizotypy.

Research Interests: psychosis, schizotypy, intelligence, emotion-cognition interactions, psychopharmacology


Selected Publications:

AV Lebedev, J Nilsson, J Lindström, W Fredborg, U Akenine, C Hillilä, P Andersen, G Spulber, ECM de Lange, D-J van den Berg, M Kivipelto, M Lövdén (2020). Effects of daily L-dopa administration on learning and brain structure in older adults undergoing cognitive training: A randomised clinical trial. Scientific Reports (LINK)

AV Lebedev, J Nilsson, M Lövdén. Working Memory and Reasoning Benefit from Different Modes of Large-scale Brain Dynamics in Healthy Older Adults (2018). Journal of cognitive neuroscience (LINK)

AV Lebedev, M Kaelen, M Lövdén, J Nilsson, A Feilding, DJ Nutt, RL Carhart-Harris (2016). LSD-induced entropic brain activity predicts subsequent personality change. Human Brain Mapping (LINK)

AV Lebedev, M Lövdén, G Rosenthal, A Feilding, DJ Nutt, RL Carhart‐Harris (2015). Finding the self by losing the self: Neural correlates of ego-dissolution under psilocybin. Human Brain Mapping (LINK)

AV Lebedev, E Westman, GJP Van Westen, MG Kramberger, A Lundervold, D Aarsland, H Soininen, I Kłoszewska, P Mecocci, M Tsolaki, B Vellas, S Lovestone, A Simmons (2014). Random Forest ensembles for detection and prediction of Alzheimer’s disease with a good between-cohort robustness. NeuroImage: Clinical (LINK)

JB Pereira, P Svenningsson, D Weintraub, K Brønnick, A Lebedev, E Westman, D Aarsland (2014). Initial cognitive decline is associated with cortical thinning in early Parkinson disease. Neurology (LINK)

AV Lebedev, E Westman, MK Beyer, MG Kramberger, C Aguilar, Z Pirtosek, D Aarsland (2013). Multivariate classification of patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia with Lewy bodies using high-dimensional cortical thickness measurements: an MRI surface-based morphometric study. Journal of neurology (LINK)

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