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overview Dr. Tan is a health psychologist and epidemiologist who focuses on reducing health disparities among underserved populations through health behavior change. Her research interests are 1) examining biopsychosocial and behavioral factors that contribute to disparities in chronic disease, primarily cancer, and 2) conducting community-based health behavior interventions to reduce risk factors among disparity populations. A majority of her work has focused on tobacco cessation and weight management among low-income and racial/ethnic minority populations.

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Academic Article Simultaneous vs. sequential treatment for smoking and weight management in tobacco quitlines: 6 and 12 month outcomes from a randomized trial.
Academic Article Associations between coping, affect, and social support among low-income African American smokers.
Academic Article Sequential multiple-assignment randomized trial design of neurobehavioral treatment for patients with metastatic malignant melanoma undergoing high-dose interferon-alpha therapy.
Academic Article Culturally specific versus standard smoking cessation messages targeting Hispanics: An experiment.
Academic Article Psychosocial correlates of perceived stress and depressive symptoms among help-seeking Hispanic smokers
Academic Article Menthol Cigarettes, Tobacco Dependence, and Smoking Persistence: The Need to Examine Enhanced Cognitive Functioning as a Neuropsychological Mechanism.
Academic Article Six Month Abstinence Heterogeneity in the Best Quit Study.
Award or Honor Receipt Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved & Health Equality Scholarship
Grant Addressing tobacco use in adults with low socioeconomic status: Developing a tobacco cessation curriculum for community health workers
Grant Examining differential effects of obesity on inflammation in ex-smokers to understand racial disparities in cancer risk

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