314 Biobehavioral Health Building

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-7377

Projects

Utilizing transdisciplinary methods and a developmental approach to address critical issues in MEB prevention research, practice, and policy.

Publications

Providing quality content to help achieve a greater scholarly and public impact.

Policy

Translating evidence-based prevention science at the local, state, and federal level. 

> Brain Facts

Applying a transdisciplinary

and translational neuroscience approach to understanding and preventing behavioral health problems. 

Primary P-TRAN Research Domains

Supportive Capabilities
Focal Areas
Impact & Translation
NEUROIMAGING (Functional & Structural)
NEUROCOGNITIVE & EMOTIONAL REGULATORY FUNCTION TESTING
VISUAL REALITY, PDA'S & OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
Environmental & psychosocial influences on neurodevelopment and behavior
Neurobiological precursors and consequences of drug use
Policy
Public Health
Prevention
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY (Sympathetic & Parasympathetic)
Mechanisms of behavioral change: intervention effects
Education
PSYCHOLOGICAL, BEHAVIORAL, & PSYCHIATRIC ASSESSMENT
Treatment
GENETICS & EPIGENETICS
BIOCHEMISTRY (Saliva & Blood)

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