D.J. Angelone, Ph.D.

D.J. Angelone, Ph.D.

D.J. Angelone, Ph.D.

D.J. Angelone, Ph.D.

Contact Info
856-256-4500 ext. 5-3780
Robinson Hall 115B


Website: www.rowanassert.com

BA (Psychology), California State University
MA (Clinical Psychology), Kent State University
PhD (Clinical Psychology), Kent State University

Research Expertise:
Sexual Victimization | Perpetration, Sexual Risk Taking, Perceptions of Sexual Aggression, Substance Abuse,
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Readiness to Change Processes

My research agenda includes laboratory based experimental research examining 1) men’s engagement in sexually violent behavior, 2) men and women’s risk recognition for sexually inappropriate behaviors, and 3) observer perceptions of sexually assaultive behavior. I developed an alcohol administration laboratory to examine intoxication as a precursor to sexual decision-making. I also use survey-based methods to understand the correlates of sexually violent and risky behaviors, as well as factors related to successful substance abuse treatment and twelve-step engagement.

Honors and Awards:
Rowan University Teaching and Advising Wall of Fame
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Outstanding mentor

Member of:
American Psychological Association,
International Academy of Sex Research
Research Society on Alcoholism
Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

Recent Publications:

Angelone, D.J., Cantor, N., Marcantonio, T.L., & Joppa, M.C. (in press). Does Sexism Mediate the Gender and Rape Myth Acceptance Relationship? Violence Against Women.

Cantor, N., Joppa, M.C., & Angelone, D.J. (in press). An Examination of Dating Violence among College Student Athletes.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Marcantonio, T. L., Angelone, D.J., Swirsky, J., & Joppa, M. (in press). An analysis of the sexual health and safety information study abroad directors present their students prior to departure. Journal of American College Health.

Marcantonio, T. L., Jozkowski, K. N., Angelone, D.J., & Joppa, M. (in press). Students’ alcohol use, sexual behaviors, and contraceptive use while studying abroad. Journal of Community Health.

Yucel, E, Charles, D., Joppa, M.C., & Angelone, D.J. (in press). Ethical Considerations in Conducting Research on Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood.

Marcantonio, T.L., Swirsky, J. N., Angelone D.J., Joppa, M.C., & Jozkowski, K.N. (2019). A content analysis of sexual health and substance use information presented on study abroad websites: Findings and recommendations. Journal of American College Health, 44(1), 68-73.

Yucel, E, Cantor, N., Joppa, M.C., & Angelone, D.J. (2019). Who is at High Risk for Victimhood? In W. O’Donohue (Ed.), Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention. New York: Springer.