Andy Hertel (Psychology) gave a presentation on March 30 at the 38th annual Society for Behavioral Medicine meeting in San Diego, CA. The title of the presentation was “Substance Use Identities, Craving, and Attentional Bias in Cigarette Smoking and Alcohol Consumption.” It was co-authored with Kyle Baacke ’16, and was based on studies conducted at Knox. The presentation was part of a symposium titled “Think of ‘Me’: Substance Use Identities in Substance Use,” that Hertel organized as well as chaired and that also included presenters from University of Washington, Brown University, and University of Illinois at Chicago.

 

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