Our research centers on projects related to the integration and use of behavior analysis, psychology, biology, and social science for problems related to illness and health.
 
About the Lab
Chris Walmsley calibrates a biofeedback device after hours
Kate Binder organizes a recycling program for an event after hours
The Behavioral Medicine Laboratory has contributed research into diverse areas such as simulation training, tic disorders, HIV prevention, medical error, harm reduction, problem gambling, verbal behavior in elderly adults, eating disorders, biofeedback, and behavioral assessment.
 
Some current and upcoming research includes evaluations of ACT for chronic pain and IBD, an evaluation of informed consent methods, assessment and intervention for problem gamblers, and a recycling promotion project.
 
Other projects in development include a project examining smoking cessation, and a preference study involving nicotine to name a few.