What is the Best Way to Analyze Less Frequent Forms of Violence? The Case of Sexual Aggression.

@article{Swartout2015WhatIT,
  title={What is the Best Way to Analyze Less Frequent Forms of Violence? The Case of Sexual Aggression.},
  author={Kevin M Swartout and Martie P Thompson and Mary P. Koss and Nan Su},
  journal={Psychology of violence},
  year={2015},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={305-313}
}
OBJECTIVE Most frequency data on violence are non-normally distributed, which can lead to faulty conclusions when not modeled appropriately. And, we can't prevent what we can't accurately predict. We therefore review a series of methods specifically suited to analyze frequency data, with specific reference to the psychological study of sexual aggression. In the process, we demonstrate a model comparison exercise using sample data on college men's sexual aggression. METHOD We used a subset (n… CONTINUE READING
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