My research interests span the range of addiction development: risk factors; maintenance and progression; and, recovery and relapse prevention. Currently, the focus in my lab is on unhealthy decision-making, behavioral traits linked to addiction/alcoholism disorders and related brain activation.
- Behavioral & Addiction Neuroscience
- Addiction Neuroscience
Under the direction of Brandon Oberlin, PhD, the Oberlin Lab focuses on the range of addiction development, including risk factors, maintenance and progression, and recovery and relapse prevention. Currently, the lab is researching unhealthy decision-making, behavioral traits linked to addictions (alcohol and substance use disorders) and brain activation governing those behaviors.
- Neuroimaging and Choice Behavior
- Virtual Reality and Early Recovery
- Addiction Research
- Neuroimaging (in vivo) Research