Jeff Stein, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Jeff Stein is a research associate in the Addiction Recovery Research Center. His research interests include behavioral economics, neuroeconomics, addiction, obesity, and health behavior.
Education and Training
- University of Kansas: MA, Applied Behavioral Science
- Utah State University: PhD, Psychology
- Bickel WK, Moody L, Snider SE, Mellis AM, Stein JS, Quisenberry AJ. (2016). The behavioral economics of tobacco products: Innovations in laboratory methods to inform regulatory science. In: Hanoch Y, Rice T, Barnes A (Ed.), Behavioral Economics and Health Behaviors: Key Concepts and Current Research.
- Stein JS, Koffarnus MN, Snider SE, Quisenberry AJ, Bickel WK. (2015). Identification and management of nonsystematic purchase-task data: Toward best practice. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- Stein JS, Renda CR, Hinnenkamp JE, Madden GJ. (2015). Impulsive choice, alcohol consumption, and pre-exposure to delayed rewards: II. Potential Mechanisms. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 103(1), 33-49.
- Stein JS, Renda CR, Barker SM, Liston KJ, Shahan TA, Madden GJ. (2015). Impulsive choice predicts anxiety-like behavior, but not alcohol or sucrose self-administration, in male Long-Evans rats. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimential Research 39(5), 932-940.
- Koffarnus MN, Franck CT, Stein JS, Bickel WK. (2015). A modified exponential behavioral economic demand model to better describe consumption data. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- Stein JS, Madden GJ. (2013). Delay discounting and drug abuse: empirical, conceptual, and methodological considerations. In: Mackillop J, de Wit H (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Addiction Psychopharmacology. (pp. 165-208).Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Stein JS, Johnson PS, Renda CR, Smits RR, Liston KJ, Shahan TA, Madden GJ. (2013). Early and prolonged exposure to reward delay: Effects on impulsive choices and alcohol self-administration in male rats. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology 21, 172-180.