Research Training in Primary Prevention (T32)

Research Area: 
Clinical Psychology

With funding from NIMH, we train pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellows to conduct prevention research with at-risk children and families. Trainees gain hands-on experience with the design, implementation, and evaluation of preventive interventions in multiple service delivery settings. Training faculty also have particular expertise in generative research on risk and resilience, research with ethnic minority families and the development of innovative quantitative methods.

Our current program has been described in two publications:

Sandler, I., & Chassin, L. (1993). From research to implementation in the teaching of prevention: A post-doctoral training program. Teaching of Psychology.

Sandler, I., & Chassin, L., (2002). Training of prevention researchers: Perspectives from the Arizona State University Prevention Research Training Program. Prevention and Treatment. Vol. 5. (Electronic Journal of the American Psychological Association). http://journals.apa.org/prevention.

 

Interested applicants should contact Laurie Chassin, Director

Psychology
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