College of Natural Sciences Colorado State University Department of Psychology

Bradley Conner

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Associate Professor, Director of Addiction Counseling
Counseling Psychology

Phone: (970) 491-6197
Office Location: 214 BHSCI

PhD: UCLA 2006
Area of Specialization: Clinical Psychology with a Minor in Quantitative Psychology and a Specialization in Genetics and Genomics
Teaching Courses: Psy 670 Psychological Measurement-Personality
Office Hours:
Monday- | Tuesday- | Wednesday- | Thursday- | Friday- | By Appointment- X

Current Research: I conduct thematic research that focuses on the etiology and negative outcomes of sensation seeking and compulsive and impulsive behavior disorders across the lifespan. More specifically, I study how certain genotypes and the sensation seeking personality type influence the onset and course of disorders and the engagement in risky behaviors, such as drug abuse, risky sexual behavior, and delinquency in adolescence and young adulthood. I employ advanced multivariate statistical techniques to further understanding of the complex relations among genes, sensation seeking personality type, psychopathology, and risky behavior as causal mechanisms of negative outcomes such as drug dependence, exposure to sexually transmitted infections, and incarceration. Ultimately, the goal of my research is to further understanding of how prevention and intervention efficacy vary as a function of the interplay of these factors.

Vita: conner.pdf

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