Study the initiation of alcohol use in adolescents
Characterize developmental course of alcohol use in late adolescence and young adulthood
Identify critical background and dynamic risk factors and comorbid conditions associated with heavy drinking
Develop psychosocial models of health behavior
Apply advanced multivariate quantitative methods to large-scale social science data sets
Examine alcohol-tobacco comorbidity
Kristina M. Jackson received her graduate training (PhD in 1997) in applied social psychology at Arizona State University, with an emphasis on quantitative methods and their application to health-related behaviors through analysis of both epidemiological and experimental intervention data. Upon graduation, she took a position as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and as a Research Assistant Professor thereafter. Dr. Jackson joined the faculty at the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies in 2005.
KRISTINA JACKSON, PhD
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