Department of Health Education & Behavior
P.O. Box 118210
Gainesville, FL 32611-8210
(352) 294-1801 | email@example.com
Dr Hone's current research interests include characterizing (1) the role of sociosexuality—attitudes, behaviors, and desires related to casual sex—and (2) the role of sobriety stigma and HIV stigma in substance use (i.e., alcohol and cannabis) and negative sexual outcomes as well as (3) how alcohol and cannabis use in drinking venues contribute to sexual aggression perpetration.
Dr. Hone’s aim is to identify novel individual- and environmental-level targets for sexual aggression prevention. In service of this aim, Dr. Hone’s is interested in improving the generalizability of alcohol administration studies.
Dr. Hone is also interested in the application of evolutionary theory to examining sex differences in binge drinking, alcohol-related cognitive deficits, and alcohol-related regretted sex, in line with NIH’s directive to consider sex as a biological variable. Dr. Hone’s other research interests span predictors of sexual morality and mHealth interventions for substance use and risky sexual behavior.