Duke University, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Roger Vilardaga (ACT/ACT Processes/Behavioral; Non-Degree; USA)

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In our lab we ideate, develop, and test digital behavioral health interventions for underserved populations, such as individuals who experience persistent mental health symptoms, addiction, or chronic pain. Our lab applies a variety of tools and methods, including group clinical trials methodology, single case experimental designs, user-centered design methods, and novel analytic tools for small N data. We specialize in (1) designing digital tools to foster the practice of psychological flexibility and mindfulness, and (2) the general application of a therapeutic approach called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Our lab has received funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Pfizer, The University of Washington Innovation Award, and the National Cancer Institute. Our lab is part of Duke’s Center for Addiction Science and Technology and we are located in Durham, North Carolina (US).

For more information visit: http://cbsopenlab.com/

(This webpage was updated on July 11, 2018)