intervention podcasts

What's Love Got to Do with It? Relationship Factors and HIV Treatment Adherence

Dr. Johnson describes an ongoing study of HIV adherence with male couples. Building from formative qualitative and...

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How Can We Capitalize on Connections between Theory and Practice: Perspectives from the Study of Health Behavior Change

Dr. Rothman first examines several different ways investigators have conceptualized the relation between theory and...

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Differences between perceived vulnerability and perceived risk: Implications for health theory and interventions

Health behavior change models have hypothesized that perceived vulnerability and risk of disease infection are...

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The Boston Consortium Model on Integrated Addiction and Trauma Treatment

Dr. Amaro's groundbreaking studies on clinical strategies for treating women with co-occurring drug addiction, mental...

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Advancing the Science of Behavior Change

Dr. Michie leads the Health Psychology Research Group at UCL studying behavior change in relation to health: how to...

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Building Bridges: Community Interventions for Health

Dr. Ickovics' research lies at the intersection between public health and psychology. She investigates the interplay...

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Sun Safety on the Slopes: A Health Communication Campaign

Dr. Peter Anderson has been working for 10 years on promotion of sun protection behaviors in ski resorts. In...

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Promoting Science-based Approaches: Bridging Research and Practice by Integrating Research to Practice Models and Com...

Dr. Abraham Wandersman answers the following questions: Why is there a gap between science and practice? What is the...

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HIV Prevention Interventions to Reach Hidden and High-Risk Social Neworks in the Community

Jeffrey A. Kelly, PhD, College of Wisconsin is a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Director of the...

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Emotion and Reason in Safe Sex Communication and Warning: Implications for the Design of Interventions

Ross Buck is the author of Human Motivation and Emotion; The Communication of Emotion; co-author of Nonverbal...

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What's Love (and Men) Got to Do with It: Pregnancy and HIV Prevention

Dr. Kershaw received his PhD in social psychology from Wayne State University and completed his postdoctoral training...

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What Is Next in HIV Prevention?

Dr. Coates' areas of emphasis and expertise are HIV prevention, the relationship of prevention and treatment for HIV,...

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What Made the Intervention Work? Mediation Analyses of Three Intervention Studies

Dr. O'Leary is an American behavioral psychologist, associated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in...

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Antiretrovirals for Prevention: Lessons Learned and Emerging Questions

Dr. Kenneth Mayer is a Professor of Medicine and Community Health at Brown University, the Director of Brown...

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Measuring, Modeling, and Changing Social Normative Influences on Health Behaviors

We want to develop efficient and effective messages to get people to engage in cancer detection and prevention...

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Physiology of Resistance Training: From Basic Science to Practical Applications

Dr. William J. Kraemer is a full professor in the Department of Kinesiology in the Neag School of Education working...

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Preventing Falls in the Older Population: Recent Efforts to Apply Evidence-based Practices to Community Settings

Dr. Richard H. Fortinsky is Professor of Medicine at the Center on Aging and Department of Medicine, University of...

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Evidence-based Practice for HIV Prevention: Research Synthesis and Translation

Nicole Crepaz, PhD, works in the HIV Division of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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