Nadine Mastroleo, assistant professor in the PhD Program in Community and Public Affairs, completed her PhD in counselor education and supervision from The Pennsylvania State University in 2008. She completed her postdoctoral training at Brown University and the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. She was an assistant professor (research) at Brown University in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences from 2010-2015. Her primary area of research focus is on evaluating brief alcohol interventions with college students and individuals who drink heavily. Specifically, she examines the within-session behaviors of brief motivational interventions to study the mechanisms of behavior change. She is also working on the implementation of multi-risk brief, behavioral interventions with emergency department patients and developing evidence-based intervention approaches to reduce drinking among student-athletes.
- Behavioral interventions
- brief motivational interventions
- substance abuse
- college student drinking