Testing a Mediational Model of Sexually Aggressive Behavior in Nonincarcerated Perpetrators

@article{Ouimette1998TestingAM,
  title={Testing a Mediational Model of Sexually Aggressive Behavior in Nonincarcerated Perpetrators},
  author={Paige Crosby Ouimette and David S. Riggs},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={1998},
  volume={13},
  pages={117 - 130}
}
This study examined a psychological model of male sexually aggressive behavior toward women. Forty-seven men who reported completing or attempting acts that legally represent rape in most states and 56 nonviolent men completed measures assessing early home environment, attitudes regarding women and relationships, impulsive behaviors, and peers’ characteristics. As predicted, sexually aggressive behavior was associated with exposure to negative childhood experiences with fathers. These… Expand
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