Hunter Hahn

Graduate student

Hunter Hahn is a first year clinical psychology Ph.D. student in the CCSL. He graduated in 2015 from Texas A&M with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Neuroscience. Prior to graduation, he was nominated and selected by faculty to receive the Jack Nation Award, given to the most outstanding senior in psychology. His undergraduate research focused on substance use and sexual risk behaviors, particularly in sexual minority populations. Following graduation, he worked as a research assistant in a neuroscience and clinical psychology lab studying cognitive and affective components of pain. Here, he learned more about EEG, psychophysiology, biological techniques, and social/behavioral experiments. Now at Ohio State, he is broadly interested in using neuroimaging and behavioral tasks to explore social and behavioral factors that contribute to engagement in health risk behaviors.

Hunter is currently a graduate student in Dr. Ted Beauchaine’s lab.