Brian Bauer chats with #SPSM about nudges and #BehavioralEconomics, 4/15/18, 9pCT

Brian Bauer chats with SPSM about “nudges” and behavioral economics interventions that may be useful in suicide prevention, 4/15/18, 9pCT.

Read up on some cool research about this here.

And, of course, you can chill with Brian, Ian Cero, and other SPSM alum at #AAS18, in just a couple of days! Follow the hashtag to watch live stream content, and connect with our community!

Watch us LIVE here:

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​Brian Bauer is second-year graduate student in Daniel Capron’s Anxiety and Trauma Research Program (ATRP) at the University of Southern Mississippi. Brian graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in Philosophy in 2011. Upon graduation, he worked as a research assistant in the Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics at the University of Washington investigating brief dialectical behavioral therapy interventions, where he developed an interest in studying suicide. Brian studied ADHD and suicide as a research assistant at the Oregon Health & Science University and suicide in the Veteran population as a research associate at the Portland VA. He recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a M.S. in Counseling Psychology and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi. Brian is interested in all aspects of suicide research. Most recently, his work has focused on implementing behavioral economic techniques and decision- making theory to suicide research. In addition, Brian uses psychophysiological methods to understand potential biocorrelates of well-researched constructs within suicide theories such as the capability for suicide.

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