Brent Kaplan

Brent Kaplan, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Associate

Dr. Brent Kaplan is a postdoctoral associate in the Addiction Recovery Research Center training under Dr. Mikhail Koffarnus. Dr. Kaplan's research interests focus on applying behavioral economic concepts to understand drug abuse and drug valuation. His other research interests include novel applications of behavioral economics and integrating contemporary technology into the data analysis and dissemination phases to broaden the reach of behavioral economic efforts.

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Education and Training

  • University of Kansas: B.G.S. , Applied Behavioral Science & Psychology
  • University of Kansas: M.A. , Applied Behavioral Science
  • University of Kansas: Ph.D. , Behavioral Psychology

Selected Publications

Kaplan BA, Reed DD, Murphy JG, Henley AJ, DiGennaro Reed FD, Roma PG, Hursh SR. (2017). Time constraints in the alcohol purchase task. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology 25: 186-197. doi: 10.1037/pha0000110.

Kaplan BA, Amlung M, Reed DD, Jarmolowicz DP, MeKerchar TK, Lemley SM. (2016). Automating scoring of delay discounting for the 21- and 27-item Monetary Choice Questionnaires. The Behavior Analyst 39: 293-304. doi: 10.1007/s40614-016-0070-9.

Henley AJ, DiGennaro Reed FD, Reed DD, Kaplan BA. (2016). A crowdsourced nickel-and-dime approach to analog OBM research: A behavioral economic framework for understanding workforce attrition. Journal of Experimental Analysis Behavior 106: 134-144. doi: 10.1002/jeab.220.