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.
- 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
- Stogner, John. (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. .
- Stogner, John, 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