This website provides copies of my publications and reviews of my book: Addiction: A disorder of choice.
I teach three courses at Boston College: Introduction to Brain, Mind, & Behavior, Experimental Psychology Research Lab, and Addiction, Choice, & Motivation.
My current addiction research uses large, publicly available data sets to evaluate the efficacy of treatment and the social-economic predictors of drug overdose deaths. My current lab research uses a mathematical model to infer the allocation of covert visual attention. Some representative recent papers are listed below, or click on Publications 2000 to Current.
A brief biography and my CV are on the “Vita” page.
You can contact me at (617) 552-9287,firstname.lastname@example.org.
505 McGuinn Hall, Department of Psychology, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.