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Dr. Bryan received her Ph.D. in social psychology from Arizona State University in 1997, and was a Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Health/HIV Intervention and Prevention at the University of Connecticut until 1999, when she joined the faculty at the University of Colorado. The bulk of Dr. Bryan’s work focuses on the development of theory-based social psychological models of health behavior that include a combination of determinants generally effective across populations and determinants targeted to particular sub-populations. These models have their core constructs drawn from social psychological theories including the Health Belief Model, the Theory of Reasoned Action/Planned Behavior, and Social Cognitive Theory. A second area of Dr. Bryan’s research encompasses another critical health behavior: physical exercise. In the most recent project in this line of research, an interdisciplinary team that combines colleagues in clinical psychology, integrative physiology, neuroscience, and molecular biology is brought together in a biopsychosocial approach to the study of exercise promotion. Hypotheses related to differential psychological and physiological responses to exercise, and the possible genetic and biological substrates of those responses, are currently being tested. Finally, Dr. Bryan has basic research interests in the social psychology of attraction and sexual behavior that are elucidated by evolutionary psychological models.
Psychology, HIV, STD
Renee E Magnan, Tiffany J Callahan, Benjamin O Ladd, Eric D Claus, Kent E Hutchison and Angela D Bryan
Research Article: J AIDS Clin Res 2013, 4: 217