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Lab doc students Hallie Jordan, Nick Militello, Robert Whitley and undergrad Tatum Freeman will be presenting their 4 posters at the collaborative perspectives on addiction conference this April in San Diego, CA. Hallie and Robert are presenting their dissertations, Tatum is presenting her Honors College thesis and Nick is presenting some preliminary findings from his thesis. Excellent job!
Second year masters students Bobbi Lee and Ryan Nation and first year student Promise Lemoine had their posters accepted for the 2020 Counseling Psychology Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Bobbi Lee: College Stress Moderates the Relationship between Protective Behavioral Strategies and Alcohol-related Negative Consequences.
Promise Lemoine: Protective behavioral strategies and alcohol outcomes: The moderating effects of college life alcohol salience.
Ryan Nation: How More Severe Injunctive Norms Moderate the Relationships Between Protective Behavioral Strategies and Alcohol Outcomes.
Junior lab members Anastasija Cobanovic and Anna Taylor were indicted to the Southern Miss chapter of Psi Chi this evening. Congrats on a job well done.
Robert Whitley, a third year doctoral student, successfully defended his dissertation today. He studied the degree to which drinker identity and alcohol protective behavioral strategies mediated the relationship between male gender norm adherence and alcohol outcomes in college males.Congrats Robert!
Hallie Jordan, a fourth year doc student, and Tatum Freeman, a senior psychology major received grants to support their travel to the Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction conference this spring. Hallie received a Graduate Competitive Travel Grant for $500 and Tatum received an Eagle Spur Grant for $1300. Both awards from Southern Miss. Congrats.!
Tatum Freeman, a senior psychology major in the lab, presented research at the Southeast Regional IDeA conference in Louisville, KY. She completed this research exploring predictors of seeking nutrition counseling as part of the Outreach Scholars Program she participated in last summer. Nice job Tatum.
Hallie Jordan, a fourth year doctoral student successfully defended her dissertation today. She explored the mediating effects of drinking motives and protective behavioral strategies on the association between PTSD symptoms and alcohol outcomes. Nice job Hallie.
Tiara Watson, an undergrad alum of the Lab, had a paper based on her Honors College Thesis accepted for publication in the journal Addiction Research and Theory. She co-authored the paper with Hallie Jordan and Dr. Madson. Congrats Tiara!
Christine Miller, a recent masters graduate from the lab, is lead author on a paper accepted for publication in the journal Addictive Behaviors. She co-authored the paper with Robert Whitley and Kray Scully. Their study investigated the moderating effects of drinking refusal self-efficacy and sex on the relationship protective behavioral strategies have with alcohol use outcomes. Congrats!
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