Correlates of Sexual Aggression Among Male University Students

@article{Lackie1997CorrelatesOS,
  title={Correlates of Sexual Aggression Among Male University Students},
  author={Leandra Lackie and A De Man},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={1997},
  volume={37},
  pages={451-457}
}
Eighty-six male undergraduate university students in Canada participated in a study of the relation between sexual aggression and the variables of sex role stereotyping, fraternity affiliation, participation in athletics, hostility toward women, aggressive drive, aggressive attitude, alcohol use, and masculinity. Multiple regression analysis identified physical aggression, sex role stereotyping, and fraternity affiliation as best predictors of sexual aggression. 

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