Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology
PhD, Princeton University
Primary Program: Biological and Health Program
All programs: Biological and Health Program, Clinical/Health Program
3131 Sennott Square
Research Interests: Drug-taking behavior and reactivity to stress in laboratory rats and the application of animals models of nicotine self-administration to smoking behavior in humans
Accepting Graduate Students: No
- Caggiula A.R., Donny E.C., Palmatier, M.I., Liu, X., Chaudhri, N., and Sved, A.F. The role of nicotine in smoking: A dual reinforcement model. In Bivins, R.A. and Caggiula, A.R. (Eds) The 55th Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: The Motivational Impact of Nicotine and Itís Role in Tobacco Use (Springer, in press).
- Palmatier, M.I., Liu, X., Matteson, G., Caggiula, A.R., Donny, E.C., and Sved, A.F. (2007) Conditioned reinforcement established with self-administered nicotine and enhanced by non-contingent nicotine. Psychopharmacology 195 (2): 235-243.
- Chaudhri, N., Caggiula, A.R., Donny, E.C., Palmatier, M.I., Lui, X., and Sved, A.F. (2006). Complex interactions between nicotine and nonpharmacological stimuli reveal multiple roles for nicotine in reinforcement. Psychopharmacology, 184(3-4), 353-366.
- Caggiula, A.R., Donny, E.C., Chaudhri, N., Booth, S., Gharib, M., Hoffman, A., Clemens, L., Perkins, K.A., Evans-Martin, F.F., and Sved, A.F. (2002). Importance of non-pharmacological factors in nicotine self-administration. Physiol. Behav., 77, 683-687.