Stephen Lisman

STEPHEN A. LISMAN

Bartle Distinguished Teaching Professor

  

Ph.D., Rutgers University
Internship: VA Hospitals, Lyons and East Orange, NJ
Post-doctoral fellowships: Fellowship in Behavior Therapy, SUNY-Stony Brook; Fellowship in Family Factors in Alcoholism, Center for Family Research, George Washington University Medical Center
Area: Clinical Psychology
E-mail: slisman@binghamton.edu
Phone: 607-777-4929
Office: Science IV, Room 365

Professional Activities:

Private Practice of Clinical Psychology; Licensed Psychologist, NY, National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

Research Interests:

Alcoholism, alcohol and behavior, addictions, behavior therapy, psychopathology

Research Description and Graduate Training:

Because of my retirement as of May, 2014, and appointment as Bartle Distinguished Teaching Professor (a transitional or part-time status), I am concluding the work of the Alcohol & Behavior Laboratory and will no longer be accepting new students.

Selected Publications:

Celio, M.A, & Lisman, S. A. (2014) Examining the efficacy of a personalized normative feedback intervention to reduce college student gambling. The Journal of American College Health, 62, 154-164.

Day, A.M., Celio, M.A., Lisman, S.A., & Spear, L.P. (2014). Gender, history of alcohol use, and number of drinks consumed predict craving among drinkers in a field setting. Addictive Behaviors, 39, 354-357.

Celio, M.A., Usala, J.M., Lisman, S.A., Johansen, G.E., Vetter-O'Hagen, C., & Spear, L. P. (2013). Are we drunk Yet? Motor versus cognitive cues of subjective intoxication. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 38, 538-544.

Celio, M A., Vetter-O'Hagen, C. S., Lisman, S.A., Johansen, G.E, & Spear, L.P. (2011) Integrating field methodology and web-based data collection to assess the reliability of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT). Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 119, 142-144.

MacKillop, J., O’Hagen, S. Lisman, S. A., Murphy, J. G., Ray, L.,  McGeary, J. F., Tidey, J. W., Monti, P. M. (2010) Behavioral economic analysis of cue-elicited craving for alcohol. Addiction, 105, 1599-1607.

MacKillop, J. & Lisman, S.A. (2008). Effects of a context shift and multiple context extinction on reactivity to alcohol cues. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 16, 322-331.

Last Updated: 9/23/14