Cindy L Rich

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OBJECTIVE We investigated the possible reciprocal relationship between victimization experiences and psychological functioning by assessing abuse experiences in childhood, adolescence, and during a 2-month follow-up period. METHOD At the beginning of the study (Time 1), abuse histories, trauma and depressive symptoms, and interpersonal functioning were(More)
This article summarizes the results of the Ohio University Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Project, which is a program designed to reduce college women's risk for sexual assault. The program was evaluated at 2 separate universities with 762 women. Participants were randomly assigned either to the program or to the no-treatment comparison group, and they(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors' purpose in this study was to assess longitudinally the relationships among alcohol use, risk perception, and sexual victimization. PARTICIPANTS Three hundred and seventy-two women from 2 midsized universities made up the sample. METHODS Participants filled out questionnaires regarding history of sexual victimization, alcohol use,(More)
The present study utilizes the National College Health Risk Behavior Survey to examine the relationship between health-risk behaviors and sexual victimization among a sample of college women. A prospective design is utilized to examine the relationship between health-risk behaviors as measured at baseline and sexual victimization during a 3-month follow-up(More)
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