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The Influence of Media Violence on Youth
Though it is clear that reducing exposure to media violence will reduce aggression and violence, it is less clear what sorts of interventions will produce a reduction in exposure, and large-scale longitudinal studies would help specify the magnitude of media-violence effects on the most severe types of violence. Expand
Characteristics of aggressors against women: testing a model using a national sample of college students.
Structural equation modeling was used to study the characteristics of college men who aggressed against women either sexually, nonsexually, or both and fitted the data very well in both halves and in a separate replication with a sample for whom data were available about sexual but not about nonsexual aggression. Expand
Rape proclivity among males.
This article integrates the findings of a series of studies that empirically address contentions that many “normal” men possess a proclivity to rape. In these studies, an attempt was made to identifyExpand
Using the confluence model of sexual aggression to predict men's conflict with women: a 10-year follow-up study.
A model describing the characteristics of sexually aggressive men that may also be useful for understanding the causes of other antisocial acts against women was tested and supported the usefulness of hierarchical modeling. Expand
Self-Perceived Effects of Pornography Consumption
The overall findings suggest that many young Danish adults believe that pornography has had primarily a positive effect on various aspects of their lives. Expand
Predictors of naturalistic sexual aggression.
  • N. Malamuth
  • Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1986
This research integrated within a theoretical and empirical framework varied predictor factors pertaining to males' sexual aggression against women, finding that much better prediction of such aggression was achieved by a combination of these factors than by any one individually. Expand
Pornography and Sexual Aggression: Are There Reliable Effects and Can We Understand Them?
It is suggested that the way relatively aggressive men interpret and react to the same pornography may differ from that of nonaggressive men, a perspective that helps integrate the current analyses with studies comparing rapists and nonrapists as well as with cross-cultural research. Expand
The attraction to sexual aggression scale: Part one 1
A scale designed to measure attraction to sexual aggression is described, based on earlier work assessing self‐reported likelihood of committing rape. This scale's associations with measures ofExpand
Juvenile Sex Offenders: Toward the Development of a Typology
Path analyses revealed that adolescent males who sexually offended against prepubescent children had greater deficits in psychosocial functioning, used less aggression in their sexual offending, and were more likely to offend against relatives. Expand