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Mon and Wed 3.00-4.30




(916) 278-4083


4024 Mendocino Hall


CSU, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6106

Courses :


Recent Publications :

Anderson P, Berridge V, Conrod P, Dudley R, Hellman M, Lachenmeier D, Lingford-Hughes A, Miller D, Rehm J, Room R, Schmidt L, Sullivan R, Ysa T, Gual A. (2017) Reframing the science and policy of nicotine, illegal drugs and alcohol - conclusions of the ALICE RAP Project. F1000Research 2017, 6:289 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.10860.1)

Hagen EH, Sullivan RJ. (2017) The evolutionary significance of drug toxicity over reward. In: Pickard H, & Ahmed S. Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Science of Addiction. Forthcoming.

Hagen EH, Garfield M, Sullivan RJ. (2016). The low prevalence of female smoking in the developing world: gender inequality or fetal protection? Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 1: 195-211.

Sullivan RJ, Hagen EH. (2015). Passive vulnerability or active agency? An evolutionarily ecological perspective of human drug use. In: Anderson P, Rehm J, & Room R. The Impact of Addictive Substances and Behaviours on Individual and Societal Wellbeing. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 13-36.

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Research Projects :

Longitudinal biocultural study of factors affecting the expression of mental illness in Palau, Micronesia. Funded from 2002 by the Stanley Medical Research Institute (Bethesda, MD).

Research of logical reasoning and social cognition in schizophrenia (as Assistant Adjunct Professor at the UC Davis Medical School).

Research of plant neurotoxins in human evolution. Drug reward theory in evolutionary perspective.

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Video :

Addiction and Lifestyes in Contemporary Europe Reframing Addictions Project (ALICE RAP). A Debate: U-Turn on Addictions Meeting. Barcelona 17th - 18th February 2016..

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Graduate Students :

Henry Lyle MA (Spring 2006)

Serena Reynolds MA (Fall 2011)

Jordan Serin MA (Fall 2011)

Hayley Mann MA (Fall 2013)

Alesha Pettit MA (Spring 2015)

Chelsea Hart-Conner MA (Spring 2016)

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CV :

Roger Sullivan CV (pdf)

last updated: 5/2017
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