Experiences With Sexual Coercion in College Males and Females

@article{Forbes2001ExperiencesWS,
  title={Experiences With Sexual Coercion in College Males and Females},
  author={Gordon B. Forbes and Leah E. Adams-Curtis},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={865 - 889}
}
The contributions of aggression in family of origin, acceptance of rape myths, sexist attitudes, the Big-Five personality factors, and self-esteem to the experience of sexual coercion or aggression were studied in a homogenous sample of young college students. Significant relationships were found between aggression in the family of origin and experience with sexual coercion for both males and females. Stepwise multiple regression indicated that personality and attitude measures, including… 
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