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Psychol Rep. 2001 Feb;88(1):85-8.

Self-reported proclivity to harass as a moderator of the effectiveness of sexual harassment-prevention training.

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Psychology Department, University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325-4301, USA.

Abstract

The interaction between the likelihood of males engaging in sexual harassment and the effectiveness of a 1-hr. sexual harassment-prevention training was explored in a laboratory study. An interaction of scores on the Likelihood to Sexually Harass Scale and training condition for 90 undergraduate men was found, such that sexual harassment-prevention training had a small negative effect on the attitudes of males with a high proclivity to harass.

PMID:
11293058
DOI:
10.2466/pr0.2001.88.1.85
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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