Elias Robles, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology
School of Scocial & Behavioral Sciences
Arizona State University
Phone: (602) 543 4515
I received my doctoral degree in psychology from The University of Arizona in 1990. In 1997 I was awarded a NIH post-doctoral fellowship to train in behavioral biology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
I joined the New College at ASU in 2005, and I am associate professor of psychology in the School of Social and Behavioral Scienes at Arizona State University, West campus, and director of the Health Behavior Research Lab.
Some of my work has focused on addiction to tobacco, heroin, and prescription opioids, the role of impulsiveness on drug abuse, the measurement of risky behavior and delay discounting, and the development of technology to improve access to health services for underserved populations.
I teach Learning and Motivation (PSY 320), Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (PSY 375), The Art & Science of Self-Regulation (PSY 494), Supervised Research (PGS 399), and Individualized Instruction (PSY 499); as well as Choice and Decision Making (PSY 598) at the graduate level.