John Stogner

John Stogner
Dr Stogner's teaching and research generally focuses on substance use with the primary emphasis being novel and emerging drug issues (novel psychoactive substances such as synthetic cannabinoids ["spice"] and synthetic cathinones ["bath salts"]).  He also explores criminological theory, biosocial criminology, quantitative methodology, and the interplay between issues of health and deviance.

 Recent Publications:
  • Stogner, John and Chris L. Gibson. (In press; 2016) Genetic Modification of the relationship between parental rejection and adolescent alcohol use. Alcohol & Alcoholism. DOI: 10.1093/alcalc/agv136 
  • Stogner, John and Bryan Lee Miller (2015). Assessing the dangers of “dabbing”: Mere marijuana or harmful new trend? Pediatrics, 136, (1) 1-3. DOI:10.1542/peds.2015-0454
  • StognerJohn. (2015). Predictions instead of panics: The framework and utility of systematic forecasting of novel psychoactive drug trends. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 41 (6), 519-526.
  • Rukus, Joseph, John Stogner, and Bryan Lee Miller. (In Press). LGBT novel drug use ascontextualized through control, strain, and learning theories. Social Science Quarterly. 
  • StognerJohn, Chris L. Gibson, and J. Mitchell Miller. (2014). Examining the reciprocal nature of the health-violence relationship: Results from a nationally representative sample. Justice Quarterly, 31(3), 473-499. DOI:10.1080/07418825.2012.723029