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Cross-Cultural Reactions to Academic Sexual Harassment: Effects of Individualist vs. Collectivist Culture and Gender of Participants
Male and female university students from the United States, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Ecuador, Pakistan, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Turkey read a standardized scenario in which a maleExpand
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Factors Affecting Perceptions of Political Candidates Accused of Sexual and Financial Misconduct
Eighty subjects viewed a videotaped simulated debate between an incumbent candidate and his challenger for a fictitious post of County Commissioner. In a 2 x 2 x 2 design, either the incumbentExpand
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International Sexual Harassment
  • J. Sigal
  • Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 November 2006
Abstract:  This paper on international sexual harassment begins with a presentation of the definitions, models, and consequences of sexual harassment. Following this discussion, a description isExpand
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The Impact of Risk Factors on the Treatment of Adolescent Sex Offenders
The authors investigated the impact that 5 selected risk factors have on the treatment outcome of adolescent male sex offenders. The results indicated that the greatest risk factor among sexExpand
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Sexual abuse of children: A review of the empirical findings
Abstract This paper reviews empirical findings of the past decade concerning the incidence and effects of child sexual abuse. First, incidence studies which consider intrafamilial and extrafamilialExpand
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The effect of level of processing on perceptual and conceptual priming: control versus closed-head-injured patients.
  • E. Vakil, J. Sigal
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the International Neuropsychological…
  • 1 July 1997
Twenty-four closed-head-injured (CHI) and 24 control participants studied two word lists under shallow (i.e., nonsemantic) and deep (i.e., semantic) encoding conditions. They were then tested on freeExpand
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The effect of romantic and nonromantic films on perception of female friendly and seductive behavior
Two experiments investigating gender differences in perception of nonverbal seductive and friendly cues were conducted using standardized videotaped interactions. Results of the first experimentExpand
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Cultural perspectives on gender.
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