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Prevention Research Center Who We Are

The Prevention Research Center was established in 2014 as a campuswide, trans-disciplinary center committed to studying the development, implementation, and evaluation of effective and sustainable intervention programs that promote individual and family health and wellness throughout the lifespan. The center programs also aim to reduce the risk for problems such as substance misuse, physical and mental health issues, violence, and problems of aging.

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Meet the people who are committed to studying the development, implementation, and evaluation of effective and sustainable intervention programs.

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The Prevention Research Center’s research projects focus on broad themes from lifespan developmental science and Prevention Science that are critical to promoting healthy human development and reducing risk for problem behaviors.

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The Prevention Research Center conducts rigorous and innovative applied research designed to increase understanding of the development of wellbeing and the prevention of problems across the lifespan.

What is Prevention Science?

Prevention Science is an interdisciplinary field of study that draws upon lifespan developmental science, developmental psychopathology, epidemiology, intervention science, and developmental methodology.

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