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Erin Vogel, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
DepartmentPsychiatry
Address350 Parnassus
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-476-8575
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    UCSF, San Francisco, CAPostdoctoral FellowshipPsychiatry
    University of Toledo, Toledo, OHPh.D.05/2017Experimental Psychology
    University of Toledo, Toledo, OHM.A.08/2014Psychology
    Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, ILB.A.04/2012Psychology
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    UCSF 2017NIDA T32 Drug Abuse Treatment and Services Research Training Program
    Rocky Mountain Psychological Association2016Student Research Award (First Place)
    Midwestern Graduate Research Symposium2015Association of Women in Science, Top Woman in STEM Award
    Midwestern Graduate Research Symposium2015Second Place Oral Presentation
    University of Toledo2013Graduate Research Award
    Illinois Wesleyan University2012Research Honors
    Illinois Wesleyan University2012Magna Cum Laude
    Illinois Wesleyan University2008  - 2012Alumni Scholarship
    College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD)2018Travel Award for Early Career Investigators

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    Erin Vogel, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the NIDA-funded Drug Abuse Treatment and Services Research Program in the Department of Psychiatry at UCSF. Dr. Vogel's research program focuses on: 1) the effects of social influence from social media on adolescents' and young adults' self-perceptions, social perceptions, and behaviors, and 2) the use of social media as a platform for delivering health behavior change interventions to adolescents and young adults. Currently, Dr. Vogel's research involves the use of experimental methods to examine adolescents' exposure to e-cigarette content on social media sites and how it affects them. She is especially interested in sexual and gender minority (SGM) health and reducing the high smoking rates and other health disparities in the SGM community. Dr. Vogel is a member of the Research on Addictions and Digital Interventions Lab (PI: Danielle Ramo) at UCSF and serves as a smoking cessation counselor on Facebook for Dr. Ramo's clinical trials. Outside of the lab, she enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring San Francisco.


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    1. Geers AL, Briñol P, Vogel E, Aspiras O, Caplandies FC, Petty RE. The Application of Persuasion Theory to Placebo Effects. Int Rev Neurobiol. 2018; 138:113-136. PMID: 29681321.
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    2. Vogel E, Rose JP, Crane C. "Transformation Tuesday": Temporal context and post valence influence the provision of social support on social media. J Soc Psychol. 2017 Oct 12; 1-14. PMID: 29023225.
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    3. Roberts L, Rose JP, Vogel E. Experiencing is believing: prior experience moderates the impact of self-based and socially-based cues in the context of blood donation. J Behav Med. 2017 Dec; 40(6):998-1010. PMID: 28631102.
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    4. Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Crane, C."Transformation Tuesday": Temporal context and post valence influence the provision of social support on social media. The Journal of Social Psychology. 2017.
    5. Zaikman, Y., Vogel, E. A., Vicary, A. M., & Marks, M. J.The influence of early experiences and adult attachment on the exhibition of the sexual double standard. Sexuality & Culture. 2016; 20:425-445.
    6. Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Okdie, B. M., Eckles, K., & Franz, B.Who compares and despairs? The effect of social comparison orientation on social media use and its outcomes. Personality and Individual Differences. 2015; 86:249-256.
    7. Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Roberts, L. R., & Eckles, K.Social comparison, social media, and self-esteem. Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 2014; 3:206-222.
    8. Rose, J. P., Aspiras, O., Vogel, E., Haught, H., & Roberts, L.Comparative optimism and event skewness. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 30:236-255.
    9. Vogel, E. A. Rose, J. P.Perceptions of perfection: The influence of social media on interpersonal evaluations. Basic & Applied Social Psychology. 39(6):317-325.
    10. Vogel, E. A., & Rose, J. P.Self-reflection and interpersonal connection: Making the most of self-presentation on social media. Translational Issues in Psychological Science. 2:294-302.