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Erin Jones

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Graduate Student, Clinical Program

Erin Jones is from Valdosta, GA and earned her B. S. in Psychology from the University of Georgia in 2017. During her time as an undergraduate, she worked in Dr. Lawrence Sweet’s Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory studying relationships between brain morphometry and cognitive and emotional functioning. Erin continued her studies in Dr. Sweet’s lab as a graduate student and is interested in integrating neuropsychological and neuroimaging methods to study brain networks associated with addiction, craving, and relapse in order to better inform treatment methods. Her most recent work involves using an fMRI cue reactivity paradigm to investigate craving responses in young adult e-cigarette users.

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