Research and development projects

The Foundation supports and supports basic and applied research in the field of social and behavioral sciences.

The Foundation provides scientific support for all stages of the research process: development of design, methodology and techniques, provides a field phase of research, analyzes the data obtained, supports the reporting and publication of results.

The Foundation develops and publishes tools for sociological, psychological and clinical-epidemiological research on its own server for conducting electronic surveys Research data are physically located on the Foundation's server.

The Foundation implements such international research projects as: Ukrainian Longitudinal Study (ULS) and the Ukrainian-American project on the development of infrastructure for dependent behavior research Capacity Building for Lifespan Focused Substance Use Disorder Research in Ukraine.

The Foundation provides technical and methodological support for research by partner institutions.

Ukrainian Longitudinal Study (ULS)

Monitoring the influence of various factors on the health of Ukrainian children throughout life course with a special focus on risky behaviors in relation to children’s health (primarily risk factors for addictive behavior).

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Capacity Building for Lifespan Focused Substance Use Disorder Research in Ukraine

The project brings together researchers in the field of addictive behavior research, includes internship and training programs in scientific and practical seminars with the participation of experts in the field of substance use from the United States and Eastern Europe.

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Youth and Drugs (ULS+)

Sociologists of the Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs together with the Sociological Association of Ukraine have been monitoring the spread of addictive behavior among young people in Kharkiv since 1995.

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GENAHTO (Partner Research)

Gender and Alcohol’s Harm to Others. Study of the harmful effects of alcoholism of problem drinkers, as well as their microsocial environment. Performed by the Institute of Neurology, Psychiatry and Narcology of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine.

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