Justin C. Strickland

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  • Behavioral Neuroscience & Psychopharmacology Graduate Student; Advisor: William W. Stoops, Ph.D.
  • Psychology
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Education

M.S. in Experimental Psychology, 2016, University of Kentucky (Graduate Certificate in Biostatistics)

B.S. in Psychology and Biology, 2014, Davidson College

Research
Justin Strickland received his B.S. in Biology and Psychology from Davidson College in 2014 and his M.S. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Kentucky in 2016. His research focuses on using human laboratory techniques to understand the behavioral and pharmacological mechanisms contributing to substance use disorders. He utilizes an interdisciplinary approach by combining techniques and theoretical perspectives from the experimental analysis of behavior, neuroscience, and behavioral economics. He is particularly interested in the role that exteroceptive and interoceptive drug cues play in the development of substance use disorders and subsequent resistance to intervention.
Graduate Training

Program: Behavioral Neuroscience and Psychopharmacology; Advisor: William W. Stoops, Ph.D.

Recent Publications

Strickland JC, Alcorn III JL, and Stoops WW (in press) Using behavioral economic variables to predict future alcohol use in a crowdsourced sample. Journal of Psychopharmacology

Lacy RT, Austin BP, and Strickland JC (in press) The influence of sex and estrous cyclicity on cocaine and remifentanil demand in rats. Addiction Biology

Strickland JC, Marks KR, Beckmann JS, Lile JA, Rush CR, and Stoops WW (2018) Contribution of cocaine-related cues to concurrent monetary choice in humans. Psychopharmacology, 235, 2871-2881

Strickland JC, Chen I, Wang C, and Fardo DW (2018) Longitudinal data methods for evaluating genome by epigenome interactions in families. BMC Genetics, 19, e82

Strickland JC and Stoops WW (2018) Evaluating autonomy, beneficence, and justice with substance-using populations: Implications for clinical research participation. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 32, 552-563

Strickland JC and Stoops WW (2018) Feasibility, acceptability, and validity of crowdsourcing for collecting intensive longitudinal alcohol use data. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 110, 136-153

Strickland JC, Staton M, Leukefeld CG, Oser CB, and Webster JM (2018) Hepatitis C antibody reactivity among high-risk rural women: Opportunities for services and treatment in the criminal justice system. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 14, 89-100

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