The Research and Data Division (RADD) is excited to launch our new informational webinar series, RADD REVIEWS!
RADD REVIEWS will feature emerging and interesting topics in traffic safety, including expert guest speakers, data analysis interpretations, and overviews of relevant and recent research!
NEXT RADD REVIEWS
Friday, September 28, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PST TITLE: Emerging Issues with Poly-Drug Use on Washington Roadways
Jason Kilmer, PhD, Assistance Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry; Assistant Director of Health and Wellness for Alcohol & Other Drug Education, Division of Student Life; University of Washington
DESCRIPTION: From Pavlov to Placebos: Implications from Research for Traffic Safety: Why can someone’s ability to “hold their liquor” disappear in an instant? Why is it that someone who is sober says they would never drive after drinking, but make a different decision after they have been drinking? Why does alcohol affect people differently at different times? How does cannabis use influence attention, concentration, and memory? We will discuss this and other research during this webinar.
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For more information or to share ideas about future topics, contact Dick Doane, Research Investigator
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