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Cambridge Neuroscientist awarded a prize in recognition of her highly cited original research article
Dr Danielle C Turner, from the Behavioural Cognitive Neuroscience Institute, Cambridge was awarded a prize at the Psychopharmacology editorial board meeting in November, in recognition of her 2003 paper entitled the 'Cognitive enhancing effects of modafinil in healthy volunteers'.
The paper was the most frequently cited original investigation to be published in the Journal in 2003, and has currently been cited over 100 times. For links to the original research article please click here.
Posted on 25/11/2008
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