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O'Hara Discusses Problematic Alcohol Use and Risky Sexual Behavior from Adolescence to Adulthood at Winter SPRIG Faculty Workshop

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Professor Ross O’Hara Discusses “Longitudinal Associations Between Problematic Alcohol Use and Risky Sexual Behavior from Adolescence to Adulthood" at SPRIG Faculty Workshop

On January 10, 2012, the Social Psychology Research Interest Group (SPRIG) Faculty Workshop hosted Dr. Ross O’Hara, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri. In his presentation, "Longitudinal Associations Between Problematic Alcohol Use and Risky Sexual Behavior from Adolescence to Adulthood," Dr. O’Hara discussed the effects of alcohol usage on an individual’s sexual behavior from adolescence into adulthood.

The Social Psychology Research Interest Group (SPRIG) is supported by the Rockefeller Center and includes faculty from the Psychological and Brain Sciences, Sociology, Economics, the Tuck School of Business, the Dartmouth Medical School, Philosophy, Computer Science, and Government. these workshops are focused on empirical research devoted to understanding social behavior broadly defined.

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