The SHARPP lab aims to…
…conduct pioneering experimental and applied theory-based research on health-related and preventive behavior;
…lead and collaborate on community, national, and international research projects using psychological techniques to promote and change health behavior;
…disseminate research findings broadly to academic, practitioner groups, and community members;
….engage practitioners and stakeholders to translate research evidence into effective behavioral interventions for health promotion and prevention of illness;
…develop the next generation of researchers in social and health psychology, behavior change, and related disciplines in the social sciences by providing world-class instruction and research experience;
…contribute to intellectual debate on priority issues in applied social and health psychology and behavior change.