CAAS Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Nathan Kearns, was recently published in Addictive Behaviors! His manuscript focused on the effect of acute trauma-related stress after alcohol consumption on perceived likelihood of negative driving-related consequences (i.e., getting in an accident, getting pulled over) and willingness to drive.
This study used a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach to develop and pilot a peer-led, group-based behavioral intervention for African American adults living with HIV and serious mental illness.
Dr. Alexander Sokolovsky published a new paper in Addictive Behaviors examining the impacts of COVID-19 related campus closures on the tobacco use of college students. The manuscript was also co-authored by Drs. Lauren Micalizzi and Kristina Jackson, Project Director Kerri Hayes, and others.