Dr. Saul Alamilla -
- Participated in an interdisciplinary work group tasked with integrating behavioral science with government efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries.The group is composed of international experts and innovators and is tasked with identifying innovative and practical ideas,tools, and strategies to support public leaders’ COVID-19 efforts in LAC countries. Participants are listed here: https://coronavirus.smartercrowdsourcing.org/contact-tracing.html
- Monoraph which builds on previous work and the literature on increasing social capital and multiculturalism in highly diverse societies has been cleared for publication: Cano, M. A., Marsiglia, F. F., Meca, A., De La Rosa, M., Ramírez-Ortiz, D., Sánchez, M., Colón Burgos, J. F., Alamilla, S. G., Wuyke, G., Parras, D., Ali, S. Z., Forney, D. J., Varas-Rodríguez, E., Ruvalcaba, Y., Contreras, A., Ahmed, S., Vega-Luna, B., Ochoa, L. G., Cuadra, R., & Domínguez García, M. J. (in press). Psychosocial stress, bicultural identity integration, and bicultural self-efficacy among Hispanic emerging adults. Stress and Health.
Dr. Elicia Lair published: Lair, E. C. (2020). Gender influences the feedback anger and disgust provide about construal use in likelihood judgments. Psychology of Men and Masculinities, 21(3), 401-415. DOI: 10.1037/men0000235
Dr. Erica Holliday gave an invited guest lecture in Psychopharmacology at Harvard on July 13th titled “Storm, stress, and nicotine: The enduring behavioral and neurological consequences of adolescent nicotine,” which focused on her adolescent neurodevelopment and nicotine research.
Dr. Brian Moore published:
- “Air Force Medical Personnel: Perspectives Across Deployment” published in Military Medicine.
- “Incidence Rates of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Over a 17‐Year Period in Active Duty Military Service Members” published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Dr. Elicia Lair published “Emotion Provides Feedback About Thinking Styles to Influence Natural Hazard Likelihood and Perceived Response Preparedness” in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.