Department of Psychology

Chris Correia

Chris Correia

Chris Correia

Contact

208D Thach Hall
(334) 844-6480
correcj@auburn.edu
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Education

  • 1994, B.S., Psychology, University of Scranton
  • 2000, M.A. & Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Syracuse University
  • 2000, Clinical Internship, Syracuse Veterans Administration Hospital
  • 2002, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

About Chris Correia
Professor and Director of Clinical Training

Chris Correia received his B.S. in psychology from the University of Scranton and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Syracuse University. He completed an internship in clinical psychology at the Syracuse Veterans Administration Medical Center, and a post-doctoral training fellowship at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit. Currently, Dr. Correia is an Alumni Associate Professor of Psychology at Auburn University, where he has been since 2002. His research activities focus on understanding the use and abuse of a variety of psychoactive substances. Dr. Correia is also the clinical supervisor for the university's Health Behavior Assessment Center, which provides brief assessments and interventions for students with concerns about their alcohol use.

Classes Taught

  • PSYC4010, Introduction to Clinical Psychology
  • PSYC4260, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors
  • PSYC7250, Clinical Research Methods and Ethics
  • PSYC8910, Clinical Practicum

Representative Publications

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  • Correia, C.J. & Cameron, J.M. (2010). Development of a simulated drinking game procedure to study risky alcohol use. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 18, 322-328.
  • Benson, T.A., Little, C., Henslee, A.M., Correia, C.J. (2009). Effects of reinforcer magnitude and alternative reinforcer delay on preference for alcohol during a multiple-choice procedure. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 100, 161-163.
  • Butler, L., & Correia, C.J, (2009). Brief alcohol interventions with college student drinkers: Face-to-face versus computerized feedback. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 23, 163-167.
  • Henslee, A.M., & Correia, C.J. (2009). The use of freshman seminar programs to deliver personalized feedback. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 53, 39-52.
  • Heidelberg, N.F., & Correia, C.J. (2009). Dieting behavior and alcohol use behavior among National Eating Disorders Screening Program participants. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 53, 53-64.

Last Updated: February 15, 2017