Stephen Wilson

Associate Professor of Psychology

Stephen Wilson

Research Summary

Addictive behavior, with a specific focus on cigarette smoking.

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Tobacco Products Smoking Brain Nicotine Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems Smokers Cues Smoke Magnetic Resonance Imaging Electronic Cigarettes Prefrontal Cortex Outpatients Cigarette Smoking Ecological Momentary Assessment Alcohols Borderline Personality Disorder Psychotherapy Equipment And Supplies Young Adult Surveys And Questionnaires Aptitude Tobacco Use Disorder Craving Reward Self Concept

Most Recent Papers

Flavor and product messaging are the two most important drivers of electronic cigarette selection in a choice-based task

Allison N. Baker, Stephen J. Wilson, John E. Hayes, 2021, Scientific Reports

Very Light Daily Smoking in Young Adults

Melinda L. Ashe, Stephen J. Wilson, 2021, Nicotine and Tobacco Research on p. 327-333

The feasibility of an in-scanner smoking lapse paradigm to examine the neural correlates of lapses

David M. Lydon-Staley, R. Ross MacLean, Emily B. Falk, Danielle S. Bassett, Stephen J. Wilson, 2021, Addiction Biology

Neural correlates of working memory’s suppression of aversive olfactory distraction effects

Alexander Weigard, Stephen J. Wilson, Zvi Shapiro, Hilary Galloway-Long, Cynthia Huang-Pollock, 2021, Brain Imaging and Behavior

A brief review of choice bundling

Melinda L. Ashe, Stephen J. Wilson, 2020, Addictive Behaviors Reports

Comparing signal-contingent and event-contingent experience sampling ratings of affect in a sample of psychotherapy outpatients

Sindes Dawood, Michael N. Hallquist, Aaron L. Pincus, Nilam Ram, Michelle G. Newman, Stephen J. Wilson, Kenneth N. Levy, 2020, Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment on p. 13-24

Characterizing the role of the pre-SMA in the control of speed/accuracy trade-off with directed functional connectivity mapping and multiple solution reduction

Alexander Weigard, Adriene Beltz, Sukruth Nagarimadugu Reddy, Stephen J. Wilson, 2019, Human Brain Mapping on p. 1829-1843

Increased brain and behavioural susceptibility to portion size in children with loss of control eating

L. K. English, T. D. Masterson, S. N. Fearnbach, M. Tanofsky-Kraff, J. Fisher, Stephen Wilson, Barbara Jean Rolls, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2019, Pediatric obesity on p. e12436

Dynamics Among Borderline Personality and Anxiety Features in Psychotherapy Outpatients

William D. Ellison, Kenneth N. Levy, Michelle G. Newman, Aaron L. Pincus, Stephen J. Wilson, Peter C.M. Molenaar, 2019, Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment

Nicotine absorption during electronic cigarette use among regular users

Jessica M. Yingst, Jonathan Foulds, Susan Veldheer, Shari Hrabovsky, Neil Trushin, Thomas T. Eissenberg, Jill Williams, John P. Richie, Travis T. Nichols, Stephen J. Wilson, Andrea L. Hobkirk, 2019, PLoS One

Most-Cited Papers

Development of a questionnaire for assessing dependence on electronic cigarettes among a large sample of ex-smoking e-cigarette users

Jonathan Foulds, Susan Veldheer, Jessica Yingst, Shari Hrabovsky, Stephen J. Wilson, Travis T. Nichols, Thomas Eissenberg, 2015, Nicotine and Tobacco Research on p. 186-192

Factors associated with electronic cigarette users' device preferences and transition from first generation to advanced generation devices

Jessica M. Yingst, Susan Veldheer, Shari Hrabovsky, Travis T. Nichols, Stephen J. Wilson, Jonathan Foulds, 2015, Nicotine and Tobacco Research on p. 1242-1246

Adolescent brain maturation and smoking

David M. Lydon, Stephen J. Wilson, Amanda Child, Charles F. Geier, 2014, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews on p. 323-342

Neuroimaging craving

Stephen J. Wilson, Michael A. Sayette, 2015, Addiction on p. 195-203

Quitting-unmotivated and quitting-motivated cigarette smokers exhibit different patterns of cue-elicited brain activation when anticipating an opportunity to smoke.

Stephen J. Wilson, Michael A. Sayette, Julie A. Fiez, 2012, Journal of Abnormal Psychology on p. 198-211

Weak ventral striatal responses to monetary outcomes predict an unwillingness to resist cigarette smoking

Stephen J. Wilson, Mauricio R. Delgado, Sherry A. McKee, Patricia S. Grigson, R. Ross MacLean, Travis T. Nichols, Shannon L. Henry, 2014, Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience on p. 1196-1207

The first day is always the hardest

Shannon L. Zelle, Kathleen M. Gates, Julie A. Fiez, Michael A. Sayette, Stephen J. Wilson, 2017, NeuroImage on p. 24-32

Views of experienced electronic cigarette users

Raman Baweja, Katherine M. Curci, Jessica Yingst, Susan Veldheer, Shari Hrabovsky, Stephen J. Wilson, Travis T. Nichols, Thomas Eissenberg, Jonathan Foulds, 2016, Addiction Research and Theory on p. 80-88

Changes in alcohol-related brain networks across the first year of college: A prospective pilot study using fMRI effective connectivity mapping

Adriene M. Beltz, Kathleen M. Gates, Anna S. Engels, Peter Molenaar, Carmen Pulido, Robert J. Turrisi, Sheri A. Berenbaum, Rick Owen Gilmore, Stephen Wilson, 2013, Addictive Behaviors on p. 2052-2059

The role of negative affect and self-concept clarity in predicting self-injurious urges in borderline personality disorder using ecological momentary assessment

J. Wesley Scala, Kenneth N. Levy, Benjamin N. Johnson, Yogev Kivity, William D. Ellison, Aaron L. Pincus, Stephen J. Wilson, Michelle G. Newman, 2018, Journal of Personality Disorders on p. 36-57