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Mark Goldman
Distinguished Research Professor

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Office: PCD 2102
Phone: 813/974-6963
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Research

Alcoholism, substance abuse, psychotherapy, neuropsychology. 

Ph.D. Area: Clinical

Specialty Area

Clinical

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
54546PSY 7980002Dissertation: Doctoral
Adm to Doc Candidacy required. Majors Only.
2-19

TBA 100

Recent Publications

Representative Publications (* student authors):

Reich, R.R., Below*, M.C., & Goldman, M.S. (2010). Explicit and implicit measures of expectancy and related alcohol cognitions: A meta-analytic comparison. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 24, 13-25.

Goldman, M.S., Greenbaum, P.E., Darkes, J., Brandon, K.O., & Del Boca, F.K. (2011). How many versus how much: 52 weeks of alcohol consumption in emerging adults. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 25, 16-27.

Moltisanti, A.J.*, Below, M.C.*, Brandon, K.O., & Goldman, M.S. (2013) . The Effects on Alcohol Expectancy Priming on Group Bonding. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 21, 450-456.

Reich, R.R., Cummings, J.R.*, Greenbaum, P., Moltisanti, A.J.*, & Goldman, M.S. (2015).The Temporal "Pulse" of Drinking: Tracking Five Years of Binge Drinking in Emerging Adults. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 24,635-637.

Goldman, M.S. & Reich, R.R. (2013). The role of genetics in addiction and the expectancy principle. In MacKillop, J. & Munafo, M.R. (Eds.), Genetic Influences on Addiction: An Intermediate Phenotype Approach. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Tan*, R. & Goldman, M.S. (2015). Exposure to Female Fertility Pheromones Influences Men's Drinking. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 23, 139-146.