September 2020

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:
  • 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.

July 2020

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.

June 2020

Dr. Brian Moore published:

May 2020

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.