Predicting Overt and Cyber Stalking Perpetration by Male and Female College Students

@article{Mnard2012PredictingOA,
  title={Predicting Overt and Cyber Stalking Perpetration by Male and Female College Students},
  author={Kim S. M{\'e}nard and Aaron L. Pincus},
  journal={Journal of Interpersonal Violence},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={2183 - 2207}
}
In this study, self-report student surveys on early childhood maltreatment, attachment styles, alcohol expectancies, and narcissistic personality traits are examined to determine their influence on stalking behavior. Two subtypes of stalking were measured using Spitzberg and Cupach’s (2008) Obsessive Relational Intrusion: cyber stalking (one scale) and overt stalking (comprised of all remaining scales). As t tests indicated that men and women differed significantly on several variables, OLS… Expand
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