Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping

Bohner G, Reinhard M-A, Sturm S, Kerschbaum B, Effler D (1998)
European Journal of Social Psychology 28: 257-269.

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Bohner G, Reinhard M-A, Sturm S, Kerschbaum B, Effler D. Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping. European Journal of Social Psychology. 1998;28:257-269.
Bohner, G., Reinhard, M. - A., Sturm, S., Kerschbaum, B., & Effler, D. (1998). Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28, 257-269.
Bohner, G., Reinhard, M. - A., Sturm, S., Kerschbaum, B., and Effler, D. (1998). Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping. European Journal of Social Psychology 28, 257-269.
Bohner, G., et al., 1998. Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28, p 257-269.
G. Bohner, et al., “Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping”, European Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 28, 1998, pp. 257-269.
Bohner, G., Reinhard, M.-A., Sturm, S., Kerschbaum, B., Effler, D.: Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping. European Journal of Social Psychology. 28, 257-269 (1998).
Bohner, Gerd, Reinhard, Marc-André, Sturm, Sabine, Kerschbaum, Bernd, and Effler, Dagmar. “Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti-victim attitudes on men's self-reported likelihood of raping”. European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (1998): 257-269.

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