Jennifer A. Livingston, PhD

Jennifer A. Livingston, PhD.

Senior Research Scientist

Educational Psychology

School of Nursing

Contact Information

1021 Main Street
Buffalo, NY  14203-1016
Phone: (716) 887-2380
Email: livingst@ria.buffalo.edu

Primary Research Areas

Impact of victimization on adolescent health and development, adolescent substance use and sexual behavior, sexual assault risk factors and prevention.

Research

4/11/19
Read | Livingston
This study seeks to develop and complete a preliminary test of a brief intervention designed to prevent sexual assault (SA) among college women.
11/13/18
Testa | Livingston
This developmental research seeks to expand upon an existing approach to reduce college drinking as a way of preventing sexual victimization
2/15/19
Livingston | Nickerson
Researchers and focus groups evaluated videos developed to help parents talk to their young children about personal safety and sexual abuse.
2/15/19
Livingston | Miller | Testa | Derrick | Lucke | Nickerson
This research examined the conditions under which bullying and sexual harassment among teens may contribute to emotional distress and the development of substance use.
11/13/18
Hequembourg | Livingston | Collins
In this study, researchers will examine sexual identity differences in the mechanisms associated with sexual assault.
11/13/18
(funded by RIA Research Development Program). This pilot study involves conducting focus group interviews with adolescent girls ages 14 - 17 years, to explore their perceptions of cross-gendered peer sexual harassment and its relation to alcohol use and risky dating.
2/15/19
Livingston | Nickerson
Researchers and focus groups evaluated videos developed to help parents talk to their young children about personal safety and sexual abuse.
11/13/18
Livingston | Eiden | Leonard
Researchers explored the effect of early childhood risks, such as parental alcoholism, on teens’ involvement with dating violence.
11/13/18
(funded by RIA Research Development Program). This pilot study involves conducting focus group interviews with adolescent girls ages 14 - 17 years, to explore their perceptions of cross-gendered peer sexual harassment and its relation to alcohol use and risky dating.

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