|Behavior and Addiction Research Lab||
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!
Tatum Freeman, a senior psychology major in the BAR Lab, was selected the top scholar for the Mississippi INBRE Symposium! As part of this award, Tatum will present her work at the 2019 Southeast Regional IDeA Conference in Louisville, Kentucky and will be fully funded to attend the conference through the Mississippi INBRE grant! Outstanding work Tatum.
Kray Scully, a 4th year doctoral student in the lab successfully defended his dissertation today. His dissertation explored the mediating role of drinking refusal self-efficacy in the associations protective behaviors strategies have with typical weekly consumption, hazardous drinking and alcohol-related negative consequences. Congratulations Kray!
Hallie Jordan, a third year doctoral student in the lab, has had three papers accepted for publication within one week. She is first author on two of the three papers.
1. Post-traumatic Stress and Marijuana Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Marijuana Protective Behavioral Strategies accepted in the journal Substance Abuse - first author.
2. Evaluating the Positive Drinking Consequences Questionnaire: Support for a Four-Factor Structure and Measurement Invariance accepted in the Journal of Substance Use - first author.
3. The Moderating Effects of College Stress on the Relationship between Protective Behavioral Strategies and Alcohol Outcomes accepted in the journal Substance Use and Misuse - second author.
Nice job Hallie.
Tatum Freeman, a junior lab member, was selected to be a Mississippi INBRE Outreach Scholar. As a scholar Tatum will learn about multidisciplinary community based health and disparities research methods. Congrats Tatum!
Tatum Freeman (a junior psychology major), and senior psychology majors Promise Lemoine and Tiara Watson presented their research at the Southern Miss Undergraduate Research Symposium this weekend. Promise tied for first place and Tatum received third place in the poster category. Congratulations!
Hallie Jordan, a third year student in the BAR Lab has been selected as a student member of the APA Division 50 (Society for Addiction Psychology) Communications & Technology Social Media Subcommittee. Congrats Hallie.
Hallie Jordan, a third year doctoral student in the BAR Lab, placed third in the Education, Social Science and Business poster category at the Southern Miss Graduate Research Conference. Nice job Hallie.
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