Dr. Strong is a Clinical Psychologist interested in experimental methods to understand the causes, characteristics, and treatment of psychological factors that influence health behaviors. He completed his doctoral training at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology and was awarded an Ad Eundam degree as a faulty member at Brown University. Dr. Strong has experience in behavioral therapy development, use of comprehensive methods of evaluating behavioral treatment outcomes in clinical trials and use of psychometric tools including methods based in item response theory to promote efficiency of instruments predictive of clinical outcomes. At CHEAR, Dr. Strong oversees the analyses of clinical data and consults on the design of new studies.