Post Doctoral Fellow
Applied Health Science
North Carolina State University, Ph.D. Psychology
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, B.S. Psychology
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, B.A. Spanish
With training in the areas of social, community, and health psychology, Dr. Hannah Javidi broadly centers her work on promoting adolescent sexual health. The specific aims of this applied research are twofold: 1) understanding and improving affirmative sexual consent cognitions, behaviors, and education; and 2) utilizing innovative digital technologies in intervention work to promote adolescent sexual health.
Javidi, H., Maheux, A. J., Widman, L., Kamke, K., Choukas-Bradley, S., & Peterson, Z. D. (2020). Understanding adolescents’ attitudes toward affirmative consent. Journal of Sex Research, 57, 1100-1107. doi:10.1080/00224499.2019.1711009
Javidi, H., Widman, L., Lipsey, N., Brasileiro, J., Javidi, F., & Jhala, A. (2021). Reprogramming a digital sexual health intervention for adolescents to allow for broader dissemination: Implications for HIV/STD Prevention. AIDS Education and Prevention, 33, 89-102.
Javidi, H., Widman, L., Evans-Paulson, R., & Lipsey, N. (2022). Internal consent, affirmative external consent, and sexual satisfaction among young adults. Journal of Sex Research, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2022.2048628