Ph.D. Psychology, University of Kentucky
M.A. Psychology, Unidersity of Kentucky
A.B. Psychology, Davidson College
Cardiovascular, Immune and Psychosocial Benefits of Reduced Cocaine Use (R01DA043938). National Institute on Drug Abuse. (Principal Investigator)
Influence of Orexin Antagonism on Motivation for Cocaine (R01DA048617). National Institute on Drug Abuse. (Principal Investigator)
Glutamatergic Mechanisms in Opioid and Cocaine Co-Use (R21DA049130). National Institute on Drug Abuse. (Multiple Principal Investigator with Cassandra Gipson-Reichardt, Ph.D.)
Stoops, W.W., Strickland, J.C., Alcorn III, J.A., Hays, L.R., Rayapati, A.O., Lile, J.A. and Rush, C.R. (2019). Influence of Phendimetrazine on the Reinforcing, Subjective, Performance and Physiological Effects of Intranasal Cocaine. Psychopharmacology, 236, 2569-2577.
Stoops, W.W., Strickland, J.C., Hays, L.R., Rayapati, A.O., Lile, J.A. and Rush, C.R. (2020). Influence of n-Acetylcysteine Maintenance on the Pharmacodynamic Effects of Oral Ethanol. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 198, 173037.
Strickland, J.C., Campbell, E.M., Lile, J.A. and Stoops, W.W. (2020). Utilizing the Commodity Purchase Task to Evaluate Behavioral Economic Demand for Illicit Substances: A Review and Meta-Analysis. Addiction, 115, 393-406.
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