Drs. Sarah Woolf-King and Stephen Maisto are recruiting a research assistant to work in the Psychology & Health Research Lab in the Department of Psychology at Syracuse University. The goal of the NIAAA-funded lab is to inform the development of behavioral and psychological interventions that enhance the well-being of high-risk populations. The majority of the work in the lab focuses on populations affected by hazardous alcohol use, sexual risk behavior, and/or behavioral aspects of HIV treatment and prevention. Current projects include: (1) the ACCEPT Study (R34AA026246), a pilot randomized clinical trial of a telephone-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) intervention for HIV+ hazardous drinkers. (2) The IN-VOICE study (K01AA021671), a daily diary study of substance use and sexual behavior among HIV+ men who have sex with men (MSM). (3) The alcohol and implicit processes study (R01 AA022301), an alcohol challenge and ecological momentary assessment study of alcohol’s acute effects on sexual risk behaviors in MSM. (4) Multiple graduate student projects related to alcohol and other drug use, sexual behavior, and minority stress.
This is a part time position, 20 hours per week, full calendar year.
Internal Number: 84965
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