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InCHIP Lecture: Allison Earl

Thursday, April 6, 2017
12:30pm – 1:30pm

Storrs Campus
J. Ray Ryan Building, Room 204

InCHIP Lecture Series, Spring 2017

"Racial Disparities in Attention to HIV-Prevention Information: Causes and Consequences for Health Promotion"

Allison Earl, PhD

- Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan

- Director, University of Michigan Health, Attitudes, and Influence Lab (HAILab)

- Faculty Associate, Research Center for Group Dynamics, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan

- Faculty Affiliate, Joint Program in Social Work & Psychology and Department of Communication Studies, University of Michigan

***Lecture Location***

Video Conference Room 204 on the second floor of the Ryan Building at 2006 Hillside Road at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. For directions and maps, see: http://chip.uconn.edu/about/directions-to-chip/.

***RSVP***

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*** About the Speaker ***

Dr. Earl received her BA in Anthropology and BS in Psychology from the University of Florida, and her PhD in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Michigan, and the director of the University of Michigan Health, Attitudes, and Influence Lab (HAILab). Dr. Earl is also a Faculty Associate at the University of Michigan’s Research Center for Group Dynamics, and a Faculty Affiliate of the Joint Program in Social Work and Psychology and the Department of Communications Studies.

The overarching goal of Dr. Earl’s research program is to better understand what we pay attention to and why, and how to best use this knowledge to increase attention to health promotion programs, particularly for high-risk audiences. She uses a variety of methodologies to address these questions, including experimental work, survey, unobtrusive observation, meta-analysis, and psychophysiological methods (e.g., Event-Related Potentials).

***Web Stream***

LIVE: The InCHIP Lectures Series can be viewed via a live web stream by clicking on the webcast "play button" for the selected talk. ARCHIVED: If you missed the live webcast, use the same button to access the archived video, available by the afternoon of the next business day.

***About the InCHIP Lecture Series***

The InCHIP Lecture Series provides an invaluable forum for researchers -- at InCHIP, throughout the UConn community and beyond -- to learn about new work, late-breaking findings, and emerging trends from leading figures in health behavior and health behavior change.

For the Spring 2017 InCHIP Lecture Series schedule, visit http://chip.uconn.edu/lecture-series/2016-2017-lecture-series/.

Contact:

lectureseries@chip.uconn.edu

Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (primary), Connecticut Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, UConn Health Community Events, UConn Health Master Calendar

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