Power, sex, and rape myth acceptance: testing two models of rape proclivity.

@article{Chapleau2010PowerSA,
  title={Power, sex, and rape myth acceptance: testing two models of rape proclivity.},
  author={Kristine M. Chapleau and Debra L Oswald},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  year={2010},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={66-78}
}
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 association and explicit power-sex beliefs contribute to rape myth acceptance and rape proclivity. In Study 1, an explicit measure of power-sex beliefs was developed using a participant sample of 131 college students (54% female; age: M = 20.2 years, SD = 3.5 years). In Study 2, 108 male college students (age: M… CONTINUE READING
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