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Chad Stecher, PhD

Assistant Professor

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I am a behavioral health economist with two broad research agendas: (1) identifying strategies for maintaining healthy lifestyles, and (2) improving physicians' quality of care. I am currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. 

Current Research Interests in Behavioral economics and Health economics: 

  • Behavior maintenance

  • Physician behavior

  • Mindfulness-based interventions


Recent Publications

Stecher, C., Linnemayr, S., Cloonan, S., Reaven, P. and Huckfeldt, P. (2024). Cost Savings from an mHealth Tool for Improving Medication Adherence. The American Journal of Managed Care, (forthcoming).

Stecher, C., Chen, C., Codella, J. and Hendler, J. (2024). Combing Anchoring With Financial Incentives to Increase Physical Activity: A Randomized Controlled Trial Among College Students. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, (forthcoming).

Stecher, C., Cloonan, S. and Domino, M. (2024). The Economics of Treatment for Depression. Annual Review of Public Health, (forthcoming).

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