Using mobile "behavior diaries" may improve the accuracy of collecting behavioral data

Using mobile "behavior diaries" may improve the accuracy of collecting behavioral data

In a paper we published in the journal AIDS & Behavior, we showed that "behavior diaries" collected using mobile devices could help us understand the everyday influences on the decisions gay/bi men make about drinking, drug use, and sex. This could be the first step toward using this data to help people change their behavior through the mobile devices they carry with them everywhere. 

Experiencing discrimination increases risk for alcohol-related problems in gay/bi men

Experiencing discrimination increases risk for alcohol-related problems in gay/bi men

Check it out! In a paper published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, we showed that experiencing discrimination based on one's sexual orientation or HIV status was associated with an increased risk of experiencing problems with alcohol in gay/bi men.