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Do Hostile Sexual Beliefs Affect Men's Perceptions of Sexual-Interest Messages?

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This study tested the distorted cognitions component of Hall and Hirschman's (1991) quadripartite model of sexual aggression. Men (N = 107) with and without hostile sexual beliefs viewed erotic slides with a female partner who provided one of four patterns of feedback: clear disinterest, token disinterest, compliant interest, and clear interest. Hostile men reported fewer differences between women, were unresponsive to their partner's perceived embarrassment, and reported a consistent positive mood regardless of her feedback. Conversely, nonhostile men were more responsive to feedback, mirrored the partner's embarrassment, and experienced a less positive mood when she communicated clear disinterest in the erotica. These findings support the distorted cognitions component of the quadripartite model of sexual aggression. The authors also discuss the strengths and limitations of this study's methodology.
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Keywords: GENDER ROLES; QUADRIPARTITE MODEL; SEXUAL AGGRESSION; SEXUAL COMMUNICATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2007-04-01

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