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Topics in Addiction Seminar: Parental Substance Use, Family Processes, and Child Outcomes

May 14, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Rina D. Eiden, PhD

Rina D. Eiden, PhD

, Professor of Psychology, Penn State University, will present this month’s Topics in Addiction Seminar.

Dr. Eiden will present results from longitudinal studies of parental substance use, highlight methodological issues in measurement, and discuss protective factors that may promote resilience among these families.

This seminar will be held virtually and will be recorded.

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Topics in Addiction is the monthly gathering of the Penn State Addiction Center for Translation. Topics are presented in accessible ways to be inclusive of all, regardless of training or background. The program hopes to reach not only scientists, clinicians, and trainees at Penn State, but also everyone in the community with interests in addiction and its widespread implications on research, clinical work, medical education, policy, and the community. All are welcome.

The group meets on the second Tuesday of the month during the academic year from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom. Sessions are recorded and available upon request.

If you have questions or speaker and topic requests, or wish to be added to the Penn State Addiction Center mailing list, please email Sarah at




Sarah Ballard

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