June 15, 2009 (Monday) - Grand Ballroom
Patricia Grady
Richard Suzman
8:45 a.m. ACQUISITION AND PREVENTION OF BEHAVIOR NIH Moderator: Mark Willenbring
8:50 a.m. Overview of Applied/Clinical Issues in Prevention/Acquisition Michael Cummings
9:00 a.m. Panel IA
Acquisition and Prevention of Behavior: Basic Science
NIH Facilitators:
Lis Nielsen & Deborah Olster
  Developmental Perspectives: Risk and Resilience BJ Casey
  Gene-Environment Interactions Terrie Moffit
  Neurobiology of Decision Making Read Montague
  Emotion Regulation, Self-regulation Kevin Ochsner
  Behavioral Economics and Consumer Decisions Eric Johnson
  Social Influence and Social Networks Thomas Valente
10:15 a.m. BREAK  
10:45 a.m. Panel IB
Acquisition and Prevention of Behavior: Applied/Clinical Science
NIH Facilitators:
Kara Hall & Jeff Evans
  HIV Prevention/Designing for Adoption Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus
  Causes and Prevention of Multiple Problem Behaviors Brian Flay
  Behavioral Economics of Addictive Behavior Change Jalie Tucker
  Development of Social Competence/Prevention of Developmental Disabilities Craig Ramey
  Stigma: Suicide, Mental Illness and Other Health Problems Bernice Pescosolido
12:00 p.m. Methodological Commentary William Follette
12:10 p.m. Basic Science Commentary Colin Camerer
12:20 p.m. Applied/Clinical Science Commentary Kenneth Sher
12:30 p.m. LUNCH
Remarks by David Cutler
Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics, Harvard University
Rockville/Chevy Chase/Bethesda/Potomac
2:00 p.m. CHANGING EXISTING BEHAVIORS NIH Moderator: Lisa Onken
2:05 p.m. Overview of Clinical/Applied Issues in Changing Existing Behaviors Bonnie Spring
2:15 p.m. Panel IIA
Changing Existing Behaviors: Basic Science
NIH Facilitators:
Jonathan King & Colleen McBride
  Behavioral Genetics Janet Audrain McGovern
  Developmental Neuroscience Ronald Dahl
  Behavioral Economics Brian Wansink
  Dynamic Social Networks and Mathematical Models Carlos Castillo-Chavez
  Cognition, Learning, Decision Making Valerie Reyna
  Social Cognition and Stereotyping Susan Fiske
3:30 p.m. BREAK  
4:00 p.m. Panel IIB
Changing Existing Behaviors: Applied/Clinical Science
NIH Facilitators: Joan Wasserman & Christine Hunter
  Promoting Positive Behavior in Children/Adolescents Margaret Grey
  Decreasing Risk Behavior Using Technology-based Interventions Lisa Marsch
  Incentive-based Substance Abuse Change Stephen Higgins
  Changing Alcohol Abuse Richard Longabaugh
  Changing Exercise Behavior Angela Bryan
  Improving Sleep Richard Bootzin
5:15 p.m. Methodological Commentary William Revelle
5:25 p.m. Basic Science Commentary Stephan Hamann
5:35 p.m. Applied/Clinical Commentary Richard McNally
5:45 p.m. RECEPTION/DISCUSSION Rockville and Chevy Chase
June 16, 2009 (Tuesday) - Grand Ballroom
8:30 a.m. MAINTENANCE OF BEHAVIOR NIH Moderator: William Riley
8:35 a.m. Overview of Clinical/Applied Issues G. Alan Marlatt
8:45 a.m. Panel IIIA
Maintenance of Behavior: Basic Science
NIH Facilitators:
Minda Lynch & John Glowa
  Behavioral Economics and Decision Making David Laibson
  Learning, Memory and Metacognition Janet Metcalfe
  Social Neuroscience Perspectives Peter Hall
  Real-time fMRI Feedback for Subject Learning Christopher deCharms
  Social Networks and Social Engagement Thomas Glass
  Computer Science and Engineering Perspectives Stephen Intille
10:00 a.m. BREAK  
10:30 a.m. Panel IIIB
Maintenance of Behavior: Applied/Clinical Science
NIH Facilitators:
Susan Czajkowski & Melissa Riddle
  Treatment Adherence Jackie Dunbar-Jacob
  Social Ecological Models of Maintaining Exercise Behavior James Sallis
  E-Health M. Christopher Gibbons
  Oral Health Behavior Jane Weintraub
  Alcohol Relapse and Maintaining Abstinence Katie Witkiewitz
  Maintaining Smoking Abstinence Saul Shiffman
11:45 a.m. Methodological Commentary Lisa Dierker
11:55 a.m. Basic Science Commentary Reid Hastie
12:05 a.m. Applied/Clinical Commentary Michael Otto
12:15 p.m. LUNCH Senate Suites
1:30 p.m. BREAKOUTS  
  What basic research areas could lead to the greatest transformation of the Science of Behavior Change in the next 5 years? Breakout 1
  How can we develop a common language to facilitate communication between basic and applied scientists in the Science of Behavior Change? Breakout 2 Montgomery/Democracy
  What approaches to behavior change are the most ripe for broader translation in the near future and why? Breakout 3
Pooks Hill/Kensington
    Breakout 4
Rockville/Chevy Chase
3:00 p.m. BREAK Jonathan King
3:15 p.m. BREAKOUT SUMMARIES Richard Suzman
Patricia Grady
4:45 p.m. WRAP UP  

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