Jesse Dallery, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Florida
University of Florida Research Foundation Professor (2012-15)
University of Florida Term Professorship (2016-18)
Area Director, Behavior Analysis Program, Department of Psychology, University of Florida
Incentive-based interventions to promote smoking abstinence and other pro-health behavior; technology-based assessment and intervention of health behavior; human laboratory models of relapse and impulsive/risky decision making, nicotine and cigarette smoking.
B.A. in Psychology, University of New Hampshire
M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Emory University
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Emory University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Technology-based interventions to promote health behavior; human laboratory studies of choice and decision making; addiction; translational research on nicotine and smoking; contingency management for smoking cessation; physical inactivity, and medication adherence; mathematical models of operant behavior and choice; matching theory.
- Kim S. J., Marsch L. A., Brunette M. F., Dallery J. (2017). Harnessing Facebook for Antismoking Interventions: Facebook User Engagement and Social Support Predict Smoking Reduction and Cessation. Journal of Medical Internet Research.
- Naslund, J. Sunny Jung Kim, Kelly A Aschbrenner, Laura J McCulloch, Mary F Brunette, Jesse Dallery, Stephen J Bartels, Lisa A Marsch. (2017). Systematic Review of Social Media Interventions for Smoking Cessation. Addictive Behaviors. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
- Bolivar, H., Cox, D., Barlow, M. (2017). Evaluating Resurgence Procedures in a Human Operant Laboratory. Behavioural Processes.
- Cox, D.J., Sosine, J. & Dallery, J. (2017). Application of the Matching Law to Pitch Selection in Professional Baseball. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Jarvis, B., Dallery, J. (2017). Internet-based self-tailored deposit contracts to promote smoking reduction and abstinence. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. DOI: 10.1002/jaba.377.
- Dallery, J., Raiff, B. R., Kim, S. J., Marsch, L. A., Stitzer, M., Grabinski M. J. (2017). Nationwide access to an Internet-based contingency management intervention to promote smoking cessation: A randomized controlled trial. Addiction. doi: 10.1111/add.13715. [Epub ahead of print]
- Raiff, B.R. Jarvis, B., Dallery, J. (2016). Text message reminders plus incentives increase adherence to oral antidiabetic medication in adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus: A pilot study. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 49(4):947-953. doi: 10.1002/jaba.337.
- Cox, D. J., & Dallery, J. (2016). Effects of Delay and Probability Combinations on Discounting in Humans. Behavioural Processes. 131:15-23. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2016.08.002
- Sweitzer, M., Geier, C F., Denlinger, R, Forbes, E, Raiff, B, Dallery, J, McClernon, F. J., & Donny, E. C. (in press). Blunted striatal response to monetary reward anticipation during smoking abstinence predicts lapse during a quit attempt. Psychopharmacology.
- Reynolds, B., Harris, M., Slone, S. A., Shelton, B. J., Dallery, J., Stoops, W. Lewis, R. (in press). Home-Based Contingency Management with Adolescent Smokers of Rural Appalachia. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.
- Garrison, K, A., Pal, P, Rojiani, R., Druker, S., O’Malley, S. S., Brewer, J. A. (2015). A randomized controlled trial of smartphone-based mindfulness training for smoking cessation: a study protocol. BMC Psychiatry. 15:83.
- Dallery, J. Jarvis, B. P., Marsch, L., & Xie, H. (2015). Mechanisms of change associated with technology-based interventions for substance use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 150, 14-23.
- Dallery, J., Meredith, S., Jarvis, B., Nuzzo, P. (2015). Internet-based group contingencies to promote abstinence form cigarette smoking. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 23, 176-83
- Kurti, A., & Dallery, J. (2015). Physical Activity Behavior, Barriers to Activity, and Opinions about a Smartphone-based Physical Activity Intervention among Rural Residents. Journal of Telemedicine and e-Health. 21, 16-23.