Center for Behavioral Economic Health Research Seminars

Upcoming Events

Fall 2022

Second Tuesday of the month: 4-5pm

September 13th: Behavioral and Economic Demand Across the Translational Continuum

  • Justin Strickland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, Johns Hopkins University
  • Dr. Strickland’s research focuses on the use of behavioral economics as a theoretical framework to address issues of public health significance to include addiction and sexual health. He is also interested in the behavioral mechanisms underlying psychedelic drug effects and treatment efficacy.
  • Recording

October 11th: Contextual Influences on Cannabis and Alcohol Demand

  • Erin Ferguson, M.S., M.P.H., Clinical Psychology Intern, Brown University
  • Erin Ferguson is a doctoral student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. She is currently completing her Clinical Psychology Internship at Brown University. Her research examines contextual influences on alcohol and cannabis demand including pain and other psychosocial variables.
  • Recording

November 1st and November 8th: Workshop: Dynamic Models of Decision-Making and their Applications to Health-Relevant Behavior

  • Peter Kvam, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Florida
  • In this 2-session workshop, participants will learn about dynamic models of cognition and how to apply them to studying health-relevant behavior.
  • November 1 Recording
  • November 8 Recording