July 26, 2017

James Selig, PhD

Associate Professor


2009 – Ph.D. Quantitative Psychology, University of Kansas
2002 – M.A. Applied Psychology, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
1995 – B.A.Psychology & Philosophy, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Courses Taught

  • BIOS 5214/6214 Categorical Data Analysis
  • BIOS 5324 Analyzing Health Surveys
  • BIOS 5213 Biostatistics Computing with SAS I
  • BIOS 6213 Application of Microcomputers to Data Management and Analysis

Recent Publications

McElfish, PA, Ayers BL, Long CR, Riklon S, Selig JP, Yeary KH, Carleton A, Wilmoth R, English E, Laukon F, Gittlesohn. (in press). Study protocol for a Multilevel diabetes prevention program for Marshallese Pacific Islanders in Faith-based organizations. Contemporary ClinicalTrials Communications.

McKelvey, L. M., Whiteside-Mansell, L., Zhang D., & Selig, J. P. (In Press, 2020) Adverse Childhood Experiences in Infancy: A Latent Class Approach Exploring Interrelatedness of Risks. Adversity and Resilience Science.

Addicott, M., Wardle, M., & Selig, J.P. (in press). Effort-based decision making varies by smoking status. Psychopharmacology. (PSPH-D-19-00203R1)

Swindle, T., Phelps, J., Schrick, B., Selig, J., Kopparapu, A., & Johnson, S. (in press). Identifying a fine line betweenFood Insecurity and Food Acquisition Stress: A mixed methods exploration. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition.(WHEN-2019-0040)

Addicott, M., Schechter, J. C., Sapyta, J., Selig, J. P., Kollins, S., & Weiss, M. (in press). Methylphenidate increases willingness to perform effort in adults with ADHD. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior(Accepted for publication 06/16/2019; Ref: PBB_2019_144_R1).