Judy Tan, PhD

Judy Tan, PhD, received her PhD in social psychology at the University of Connecticut, where she completed certification training programs in Health Psychology and Quantitative Methods. Dr. Tan’s research interests are in the health implications of socio-structural inequality and behavioral theory development with respect to marginalized populations. Her dissertation examined behavioral implications of social inequality using a daily “diary” process method with gay Asian/Pacific Islander men living in the United States. Dr. Tan also recently published a meta-analysis that evaluated the efficacy of HIV/AIDS behavioral interventions conducted in Asia. Her other research endeavors involve quantitative methods and systematic reviews; behavioral intervention theory and application; multilevel approaches to understanding individual behavior; and inter-group processes and power dynamics.  [Completes training Sept. 13, 2014]

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