Summary: 242 undergraduate male students (mean age of 20) enrolled at a Northeastern University completed an online questionnaire for the current study. The study participants answered questions that sought to measure: their demographics, alcohol use, bystander intervention attitudes, perceptions of peer approval of sexual aggression, and comfort with sexism, rape supportive attitudes, and engagement in coercive sexual behavior. The correlation analyses conducted for the research study found that heavy alcohol use was associated with lower prosocial attitudes towards bystander interventio
Summary: The purpose of this study was to examine associations from experiencing sexual trauma and acute alcohol intoxication on dissociation, emotional numbing, and sexual risk intentions during “in the moment” sexual scenarios.
Summary: 17 men and 22 women employees of four different alcohol serving establishments (e.g.
Summary: The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between incapacitated sexual assault (ISA) and drinking before engaging in sexual activity. A sample of 602 undergraduate female college students completed an online survey on history of ISA, social factors associated with drinking, and frequency of drinking before sexual activity. Higher perceived drinking norms and more social drinking motive endorsement were associated with more severe ISA histories.