Dr. Jimi Huh has a background in psychology and behavioral health, with specific interests in the topics of addiction, behavioral change and health disparities. Her research focuses on health behaviors that reoccur at great frequencies and require moderation such as substance use and other addictive behaviors, focusing on individuals from communities of color, using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) and just-in-time adaptive intervention (JITAI). Her research examines microtemporal processes that underlie variations in health risk behaviors and dynamic responses to behavior change interventions, with special emphasis on intensive longitudinal data analysis and latent variable modeling. She has served as PI of a mobile-EMA study and subsequent development of JITAI for smoking cessation among Asian American young adults. She has also led a NIH-funded study developing and pilot testing a JITAI for health risk behaviors using co-design strategies for Hispanic youths and families in Los Angeles areas. Her current project funded by NIDA examines co-use of cannabis, tobacco and alcohol among minoritized adults in relation to perceived intersectional stigma and discrimination. 

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