The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences presents a Research Innovations and Networking Series Lecture: Interventions and Technology, which will examine the development of behavioral interventions for high-risk women. Featuring: Professor Jennifer Johnson (Psychiatry and Human Behavior), "DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERVENTION TO REDUCE RISKY SEX AMONG VICTIMIZED WOMEN LEAVING PRISON," and Golfo Tzilos (Postdoc in BSS, Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies), "COMPUTER-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR SUBSTANCE USE DURING PREGNANCY." RINS Lectures provide faculty and students with an opportunity to hear about the latest developments in behavioral and social sciences research, with an emphasis on sharing innovative methods and creating opportunities for new collaborations.
4/9 BSS RINS Lecture: Interventions and Technology
March 19, 2013