Project IDEAS is a longitudinal and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) designed to examine alcohol-related sexual assault (ARSA) risk among female students in their first semester of college. Specifically, we are interested in how people use protective behaviors when they are drinking or in different types of social settings. Using EMA, we are able to measure students’ drinking and protective behavior use within their natural environment and in real time (via cellphones).
Funded by an F31 training fellowship sponsored by NIH/NIAAA.
Awarded to Nichole Scaglione, M.S., CHES
Scaglione, N. M., Hultgren, B. A., Reavy, R., Mallett, K. A., Turrisi, R., Cleveland, M. J., & Sell, N. M. (2015). Do students use contextual protective behaviors to reduce alcohol-related sexual risk? Examination of a dual-process decision-making model. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 29(3), 733-743. PMCID: PMC4589144 [PubMed]