Hannah Huang, PRISMS Lab undergraduate student, won the Best Paper award in the identified category for her paper titled "The Relation Among Self-Esteem, Drug Attitudes and Drug Use"
2020-2025 Neuroscience, Immunology, Social Adversity and the Roots of Addictive Behaviors: Toward a New Framework for Drug Use Etiology and Prevention (P50DA051361).
Dr. Fisher was selected as a mentee for this grant and will be expected to participate in training and carry out a pilot study.
In a partnership with the REMS TA Center, Dr. Fisher presents potential impacts of COVID-19 on adolescent mental health and substance use. Dr. Fisher also discusses school-based prevention and intervention efforts for adolescent substance use as well as the importance of being aware of such issues to ensure school safety. To view the webinar, please click the link below.
As a part of School Psychology Review’s Scholar Spotlight, Dr. Fisher and PRISMS Lab Alum Amy Fisher discuss the findings and implications of their recent article "The Moderating Role of Ethnic Identity on the Relationship Between School Climate and Self-Esteem for African American Adolescence." The article can be found in School Psychology Review.