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Clin Psychol Rev. 1999 Nov;19(7):739-71.

Sexual assault prevention programs: current issues, future directions, and the potential efficacy of interventions with women.

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  • 1University of Nevada, Reno, USA. eyeater@scs.unr.edu

Abstract

Current problems facing the primary prevention of sexual assault are reviewed. Effective sexual assault prevention programs for both males and females have been slow to develop due to the fact that the etiologies of sexual assault have not been identified. Although dissemination of prevention programs has become increasingly popular in recent years, few programs have evaluated the extent to which the constructs identified in the interventions are effective at decreasing rates of sexual assault. This article discusses previous studies in sexual assault prevention programs, methodological and conceptual problems that currently exist in the field, pragmatic difficulties regarding program implementation and evaluation, and recommendations for future research with an emphasis on interventions with female participants.

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10520434
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