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How Ambivalent Sexism Toward Women and Men Support Rape Myth Acceptance
The goal of this study was to determine how ambivalent sexism toward women and men are both associated with rape myth acceptance. The Illinois Rape Myth Acceptance scale, Ambivalent Sexism Inventory,Expand
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Male Rape Myths
This study investigates the structure of Struckman-Johnson and Struckman-Johnson's Male Rape Myth Scale, examines gender differences in rape myth acceptance, and explores the underlying ideologiesExpand
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Power, Sex, and Rape Myth Acceptance: Testing Two Models of Rape Proclivity
Power and sex are thought to be important factors associated with sexual aggression. The goal of this study was to offer a dual-process model to determine how both an implicit power–sex associationExpand
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Status, Threat, and Stereotypes: Understanding the Function of Rape Myth Acceptance
This study applied system justification theory to understand the function of rape myth acceptance. Participants read a rape scenario that manipulated the difference in status between the perpetratorExpand
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When Is It Abuse? How Assailant Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Protection Orders Influence Perceptions of Intimate Partner Abuse
Incidents of intimate partner violence (IPV) are considered more serious when perpetrated by a male than when perpetrated by a female, and IPV among gay men and lesbians are perceived as less seriousExpand
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A System Justification View of Sexual Violence: Legitimizing Gender Inequality and Reduced Moral Outrage Are Connected to Greater Rape Myth Acceptance
Rape is a pervasive social problem that causes serious physical and psychological repercussions. Rape victims’ recovery is often complicated by the public's failure to believe the victim and restoreExpand
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The Role of Gender, Violence, and Sexism
This study investigates the structure of Struckman-Johnson and StruckmanJohnson’s Male Rape Myth Scale, examines gender differences in rape myth acceptance, and explores the underlying ideologiesExpand
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Perceptions of Blame in Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of the Perpetrator’s Ability to Arouse Fear of Injury in the Victim
Men are more likely to be blamed more for intimate partner violence (IPV) than are women who commit the same offense. However, because men are typically stronger and perceived as more physicallyExpand
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Using paradoxical intention therapy to treat refractory nonepileptic events.
Nonepileptic events (pseudoseizures, nonepileptic seizures, psychogenic nonepileptic seizures) are a common manifestation of conversion disorder. The treatment of nonepileptic events (NEEs) isExpand
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Olfactory Reference Syndrome: A Case Report and Screening Tool
Olfactory reference syndrome (ORS) is a lesser known disorder that is related to obsessive–compulsive disorder. ORS is the obsessional and inaccurate belief that one is emitting a foul odor leadingExpand