The Smoking Research Lab is located in the University at Buffalo’s psychology department, within the clinical psychology program. The lab is led by Dr. Stephen Tiffany, full professor and psychology department chair.
The lab is dedicated to understanding processes involved in the development and maintenance of substance use disorders. Current and past research projects have investigated the role of craving in substance dependence, effects of drug availability on craving and drug-seeking, smoking topography in low-level smokers, and development of ecological assessments of cigarette smoking. Dr. Tiffany and his students are interested in the applications and implications of their findings to substance use disorders, broadly defined, and have conducted research on several drugs of abuse (e.g., alcohol, electronic cigarettes, tobacco cigarettes).
The individual pages of our website include information on Dr. Stephen Tiffany and his graduate students, current research projects, graduate student training in the clinical psychology program, and undergraduate research opportunities.
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*Dr. Tiffany does not plan to recruit a graduate student to begin in fall 2018.
University at Buffalo’s Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program homepage
University at Buffalo’s Clinical Psychology Student Handbook, 2015
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Ph.D. application deadline is November 30, 2017
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