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PODCAST: Substance Use, Sexual Behaviors, Bullying, Deviant Behaviors, Health & Cyber Dating Abuse Perpretration

Jul 2, 2019, 13:24 PM by Mary Jo Singleton

Joris Van Ouytsel talks in the JOSN podcast with Dr. Julia Muennich Cowell, Executive Editor of the Journal of School Nursing, about a new study published in the April issue of the journal entitled “The Associations Between Substance Use, Sexual Behaviors, Bullying, Deviant Behaviors, Health, and Cyber Dating Abuse Perpetration”. The study uses data from the Dr. Temple's Dating it Safe study and focuses on the focuses on the links between perpetration of digital forms of dating violence and other forms of risky behavior and risky behaviors. The results of the study showed that having had sexual intercourse or using alcohol or drugs before having sex was significantly linked with cyber dating abuse perpetration, as was poor physical health, and substance use. Joris also discusses why research on digital forms of dating violence is needed. 

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PODCAST: Substance Use, Sexual Behaviors, Bullying, Deviant Behaviors, Health & Cyber Dating Abuse Perpretration

Jul 2, 2019, 13:24 PM by Mary Jo Singleton

Joris Van Ouytsel talks in the JOSN podcast with Dr. Julia Muennich Cowell, Executive Editor of the Journal of School Nursing, about a new study published in the April issue of the journal entitled “The Associations Between Substance Use, Sexual Behaviors, Bullying, Deviant Behaviors, Health, and Cyber Dating Abuse Perpetration”. The study uses data from the Dr. Temple's Dating it Safe study and focuses on the focuses on the links between perpetration of digital forms of dating violence and other forms of risky behavior and risky behaviors. The results of the study showed that having had sexual intercourse or using alcohol or drugs before having sex was significantly linked with cyber dating abuse perpetration, as was poor physical health, and substance use. Joris also discusses why research on digital forms of dating violence is needed. 

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