Jason Ramirez, PhD

Personal Statement

I came to the University of Washington in 2014 as a postdoctoral fellow supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and has been faculty here since 2016. My research interests include examination of cognitive and psychosocial processes thought to underlie substance misuse predominantly among adolescents and young adults. Support for my work has been provided by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington. 


PhD, Experimental Psychology, Brown University, 2010-2014
MS, Experimental Psychology, Brown University, 2008-2010
BS, Psychology, University of Vermont, 2001-2005

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

What's the Harm in Getting High? Evaluating Associations Between Marijuana and Harm as Predictors of Concurrent and Prospective Marijuana Use and Misuse.
(2020 Jan)
J Stud Alcohol Drugs 81(1): 81-88
Ramirez JJ, Lee CM, Rhew IC, Olin CC, Abdallah DA, Lindgren KP

A Daily-Level Analysis of Moderators of the Association between Alcohol Expectancies and Alcohol Use among College Student Drinkers.
Subst Use Misuse 55(6): 973-982
Ramirez JJ, Rhew IC, Patrick ME, Larimer ME, Lee CM

Self-fulfilling prophecies: Documentation of real-world daily alcohol expectancy effects on the experience of specific positive and negative alcohol-related consequences.
(2020 Mar)
Psychol Addict Behav 34(2): 327-334
Lee CM, Fairlie AM, Ramirez JJ, Patrick ME, Luk JW, Lewis MA

Behavioral economic demand for alcohol among young adults who engage in simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use.
Subst Abus 41(2): 203-207
Ramirez JJ, Cadigan JM, Lee CM

Adhesive Capsulitis: Diagnosis and Management.
(2019 Mar 1)
Am Fam Physician 99(5): 297-300
Ramirez J

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