Brief Alcohol Interventions are Effective through 6 Months

Check out our new paper published in Prevention Science: Our work synthesized individual participant data from 19 studies in Project INTEGRATE. Findings using marginalized zero-inflated Poisson or negative binomial regression models show that brief alcohol interventions are effective at reducing alcohol consumption through at least 6 months post intervention. Annotated R code and data…

A new article in Prevention Science

Project INTEGRATE is pleased to present a new article in Prevention Science demonstrating the utility of cognitive diagnosis modeling for mental health problems, spearheaded by Z. Tan, a PhD candidate in the School of Public Health at HSC, in collaboration with renowned experts. This article can be accessed at For data and R code:…

A new tutorial article on meta-analytic mediation analysis

A new Project INTEGRATE tutorial article on meta-analytic mediation analysis using raw data from multiple studies is now online in Prevention Science and illustrates a powerful and flexible approach for testing mechanisms of intervention effect. This article can be accessed at

Dr. Lin Tan joined the Project INTEGRATE

Welcome to our newest lab member, Lin! In July 2021, Lin Tan, Ph.D., joined Project INTEGRATE as a Research Scientist. Lin completed her post-doc training in the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan prior to joining our team. She received her Ph.D. in Human Development from Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. Lin is interested…

Congratulations to Zhengqi Tan for his latest paper

Zhengqi Tan, a 5-th year Ph.D. student, published his article in BMC Psychology. Zhengqi used a latent variable modeling technique to analyze 18-month longitudinal data to discover that increased social support may help improve depressive symptoms and substance use problems over time among adults in permanent supportive housing. This article can be accessed at