James A. Cranford, Ph.D.
Dr. Cranford is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan Addiction Research Center (UMARC), Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Cranford was a Research Fellow on the Center's NIAAA funded training grant. He received his Ph.D. in Social/Personality Psychology from the State University of New York at Albany and completed postdoctoral fellowships in Quantitative Training for Mental Health Research at New York University and in the Substance Abuse Interdisciplinary Training Program at the University of Michigan Substance Abuse Research Center (UMSARC). Dr. Cranford's research focuses on (1) short- and long-term developmental trajectories of substance use disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and their co-occurrence in children, adolescents, and adults; (2) differences between alcoholic and nonalcoholic couples in the short- and long-term effects of marital interaction on drinking behavior, negative and positive affect, and marital stability; and (3) application of daily process and other longitudinal statistical methods to studies of stress, affect, and substance use.
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