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NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Festival 2017

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1 Thumbnail image Welcome and Opening Remarks - Lawrence A. Tabak, D.D.S., Ph.D. Principal Deputy Director, NIH 0:02:20
2 Thumbnail image State of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the NIH - William T. Riley, Ph.D. NIH Associate Director for Behavioral and Social Sciences Director, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research 0:13:31
3 Thumbnail image Alzheimer’s marker change via psychological interventions - Eric Lenze, M.D. 0:47:16
4 Thumbnail image Behavioral economic incentive structures for antiretroviral medications - Sebastian Linnemayr, Ph.D. 1:14:08
5 Thumbnail image Alcohol use among American Indian and white high school students - Kelli Komro, Ph.D. 1:39:37
6 Thumbnail image NIH Institute/Center Director Perspectives: Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, M.D., Director, NIMHD, NIH 2:03:12
7 Thumbnail image Avoidance circuits and nicotine - Paul Kenny, Ph.D. 2:44:48
8 Thumbnail image Goal directed action and reward anticipation - Shannon Gourley, Ph.D. 3:05:15
9 Thumbnail image Experimental neuroscience, cognitive skills and the evolution of social systems - Russell Fernald, Ph.D. 3:23:34
10 Thumbnail image Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescent Girls - Jack Yanovski, M.D., Ph.D., NICHD, NIH 3:48:42
11 Thumbnail image Opioid use in rural and small urban areas - Shannon Monnat, Ph.D. 4:15:51
12 Thumbnail image Social Relationships and physiological impacts across the lifespan - Y. Claire Yang, Ph.D. 4:37:43
13 Thumbnail image Socioeconomic disadvantage and gestational immune function - Stephen Gilman, Ph.D. 5:02:07
14 Thumbnail image Closing Remarks, Christine M. Hunter, Ph.D., ABPP, CAPT, USPHS, Deputy Director, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, NIH 5:17:11