Taylor Lee joined the Division on Addiction, Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital in July 2021 as a Research Coordinator. Ms. Lee provides research and administrative support to the Division’s addiction-related projects, including literature and database reviews, analyses, and the development and writing of research materials, technical reports, and manuscripts for publication or presentation. She also provides research and technical support for the development and evaluation of CARS (the Computerized Assessment and Referral System). Ms. Lee is a writer for The BASIS (The Brief Addiction Science Information Source) research blog.
Ms. Lee graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University in 2021.
Assessing Cultures of Recovery in Tribal Communities (NARCH XII)
Building Cultures of Recovery in Tribal Nations (NARCH X)
Computerized Assessment & Referral System (CARS) Silver
The Entain-Division on Addiction Internet Gambling Research Collaborative
Responsibility, Research, and Resources: 2023 Plan for Responsible Gambling Activities
Responsible Drinking Extension
Edson, T. C., Louderback, E. R., Tom, M. A., Philander, K. S., Slabczynski, J. M., Lee, T. G. & LaPlante, D. A. (2023). A large-scale prospective study of big wins and their relationship with future involvement and risk among actual online sports bettors. Computers In Human Behavior, 142. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2023.107657
Edson, T. C., Slabczynski, J. M., Lee, T. G., McAuliffe, W. H. B., & Gray, H. M. (2022). A meta-analytic investigation of problem gambling and self-harm: A causal inference perspective. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (ahead of print). https://doi.org/10.1037/adb0000858
LaPlante, D. A., Lee, T. G., Slabczynski, J. M., Shaffer, H. J., & Gray, H. M. (2022). Five barriers to defining responsible drinking. Addiction Research & Theory. https://doi.org/10.1080/16066359.2022.2135703
Shaffer, H. J., Gray, H. M., Slabczynski, J. M., Lee, T. G., & LaPlante, D. A. (2022). Stakeholder definitions of responsible drinking: a call to define an ambiguous construct. Addiction Research & Theory. https://doi.org/10.1080/16066359.2022.2081839