Dr. Glasman's research explores the motivational and cognitive antecedents of HIV behavior change in different contexts and among diverse populations. Her research also examines strategies that can increase participation in HIV prevention interventions, especially among Hispanic minorities and in populations where HIV is highly stigmatized. Dr. Glasman has a strong interest in applying meta-analytical methods to understand behavior change, and she has conducted meta-analytic studies to determine how people form attitudes that influence their HIV-related behaviors.
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PhD: Clinical Psychology; University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
BA: Psychology; Catholic University of La Plata, La Plata, Argentina
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