See You at the Conference: Sociometrics is attending the American College Health Association annual meeting in Phoenix from May 31 - June 1. Stop by, see our exhibit booth, enter a raffle to win a free iPod, and say hello! If you are attending the American Library Association's annual conference in New Orleans, we will have an exibit booth there as well. Sociometrics staff have attended a number of conferences this year, both large and small. 6/1/2011

In the News: Dr. Heather Thomsen, one of Sociometrics' senior research associates, is being interviewed by the local newspaper, the Press Banner, about her involvment with the Triple P program-Positive Parenting Program. More details to follow. 5/31/2011

Goodbye: Lisa Vassiliadas, is completing her internship with Sociometrics this week. We appreciate her efforts on the PsyTestAR and WiLLOW projects and know she will be successful in the future. 5/30/2011

New Research and a New Publication: Wingood, G.M., Card, J.J., Er, D., Solomon, J., Braxton, N., Lang, D., Seth, P., Cartreine, J. & DiClemente, R.J. (2011). Preliminary efficacy of a computer-based HIV intervention for African-American women. Psychology & Health, 26(2), 223-234. 5/15/2011

New Product: Know the Risks/Sexual Health Over 50. This product is a computer-based sexual health and HIV/AIDS prevention education application targeting adults aged 50 and older. The application has a risk screening survey designed to assess the user's HIV risk level, and a learning center which provides multimedia learning activities designed specifically for older adults using NIA guidelines for computer-bases applications for this age group. New Research: In developing this product, Sociometrics staff, with the help of experts in the field, created the HIV risk-screener. This is the first HIV risk-screener designed specifically for adults over age 50 and in our research was shown to be better at assessing risk in this age group than HIV risk screening surveys designed for general populations. 5/1/2011

Grant Completed: Dr. Shayna Cunningham just completed a Phase I project funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The overall objective of the project was to identify and provide after-school program professionals and others who work with children with easy access to after-school programs shown to be efficacious in improving young people's cognitive, social-emotional, behavioral, and physical health outcomes. The initial usability research results with professionals have been very encouraging. 5/1/2011


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