Peter R. Finn, PhD, Principal Investigator
Polly Ingram, Graduate Student
"My research interests include identity and personality pathology contributing to the development and maintenance of alcohol and other substance use disorders, as well as ecologically valid measurements of contextual determinants of drinking behavior. I am also interested in novel statistical modeling of psychopathology and symptomatology (e.g., network analysis)."
Lindy Howe, Graduate Student
“In my research, I am interested in learning more about alcohol and substance use disorders, specifically decision-making processes related to substance use and the causes and consequences of alcohol use in young adults. I am also interested in ecologically valid methods, including mobile daily diary and ecological momentary assessment, and how they can be used to treanslate findings from laboratory substrance use research to real world decisions and behaviors."
Eli Farmer, Graduate Student
"I am interested in the neuroscience and decision making processes behind substance use. I want to help better understand how various substance use disorders start, develop, and receive effective treatment. I also enjoy researching how various mood disorders affect the various aspects of substance use."
Jose Chimelis Santiago, Graduate Student
"My main research interest includes studying impulsivity and decision making in alcohol and substance use. I am also interested in studying how we can improve interventions for problematic alcohol and substance use."
Ella Need, Laboratory Director
"My main research interest is in the treatment of psychological disorders in younger individuals (ranging from adolescents to college students). I am also interested in the diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorders in teenagers and college students, and how struggles with mental health can play into substance use."