Brian D. Kiluk PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Director, Technology-Based Interventions
Departments & Organizations
Computerized cognitive behavioral therapy; Mechanisms of action; Cognitive function; Randomized clinical trials
- M.A., University of Maryland at Baltimore, 2006
- Ph.D. Clin, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 2009
- Kiluk, B.D., Nich, C., Witkiewitz, K., Babuscio, T.A., & Carroll, K.M. (2014). What happens in treatment doesn’t stay in treatment: Cocaine abstinence during treatment is associated with fewer problems at follow-up. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 82(4), 619-627.
- Carroll, K.M., Kiluk, B.D., Nich, C., DeVito, E.E., Decker, S., LaPaglia, D., Duffey, D., Babuscio, T.A., & Ball, S.A. (2014). Towards empirical identification of a clinically meaningful indicator of treatment outcome for drug addiction: Features of candidate indicators and evaluation of sensitivity to treatment effects and relationship to one year cocaine use follow-up outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 137: 3-19.
- Carroll, K.M., Kiluk, B.D., Nich, C., Gordon, M.A., Portnoy, G. Marino, D., & Ball, S.A. (2014). Computer-assisted delivery of cognitive behavioral therapy: Efficacy and durability of CBT4CBT among cocaine dependent individuals maintained on methadone. American Journal of Psychiatry, 171: 436-444.