STEPHEN A. LISMAN
Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus
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
Phone: messages and requests for appointments - 607-777-2103 (The Psychological Clinic)
Private Practice of Clinical Psychology; Licensed Psychologist, NY, National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
Alcoholism, alcohol and behavior, addictions, behavior therapy, psychopathology
Research Description and Graduate Training:
Due to retirement, I have concluded the work of the Alcohol and Behavior Laboratory and am no longer accepting students or research assistants.
Treloar, H, Celio, M.A., Lisman, S.A., Miranda, R., Spear,L. (2017). Subjective alcohol responses in a cross-sectional field study of adolescents and young adults: Effects of age, drinking level, and dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 170, 156-163.
Usala, J. M., Celio, M. A., Spear, L. P., Johansen, G. E., & Lisman, S. A. (2015). A field investigation of the effects of drinking consequences on young adults' readiness to change addictive behaviors. Addictive Behavior, 41, 162-168.
Weinstein, A., Johnson, M., & Lisman, S.A. (2015). Modifying children’s alcohol expectancies using child-relevant prevention videos. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76, 237-246.
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.