Graduate students working in the Psychophysiology and Health Laboratory and the Center for
Health Promotion and Prevention Research almost always begin via acceptance into one of the graduate programs in the Department of Psychology at UND -- usually the clinical program. Information about applying for graduate study in clinical psychology at UND can be found on the clinical program's part of the department's website.
Member of our team have interests in health psychology, behavioral medicine, and/or prevention science. Research activities include community prevention projects targeting health disparities and/or health promotion activities in children and in adults. These activities include substance use prevention (e.g., tobacco, alcohol), cardiovascular risk reduction (e.g., obesity prevention), prenatal enhanced wellness care, and wellness activities pertient to healthy physical activity and nutrition. More traditional health psychology activities include assessment and treatment effectiveness studies with pain disorders and sexual functioning. These activities and interventions are grounded in behavioral and cognitive-behavioral
If you have questions about the clinical psychology program at UND and
are interested in being part of the work that we are doing in the Psychophysiology and Health Laboratory and the Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research please feel contact Dr. Jeffrey Holm.