Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Health Behavior
Member, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
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Dr. Hall uses behavioral science experiments to inform policies to prevent chronic disease and cancer.
Dr. Hall uses behavioral science methods to study food, tobacco, and alcohol policies. Much of her research focuses on policies in retail environments, including warning labels and marketing restrictions, studying the potential impact of these policies on behavior change. Her research has been funded by NHLBI, NIDA, NCI, NIAAA, and Healthy Eating Research, a program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. Hall co-leads a national working group focused on promoting evidence-based front-of-package food labeling policies. She also directs the Policy Insights Lab at UNC.
- Developing and Evaluating the Effectiveness of Pictorial Health Warnings on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages to Overcome Language and Literacy Barriers