Jeff Stein, PhD
Center for Transformative Research on Health Behaviors
Graduate Program Faculty
Behavioral economics provides a framework to understand the influence of various costs, including the time, money, and effort required to obtain an outcome, on a wide range of behaviors that impact health and mortality. My research seeks to develop and refine practical, low-cost interventions that target behavioral economic mechanisms in order to improve these health behaviors, including diet, physical activity, medication adherence, tobacco use, and adoption of clinical preventive services.
PhD, Utah State University, 2016
MA, University of Kansas, 2010
BA, University of Kansas, 2001