Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions

Süssenbach P, Eyssel FA, Bohner G (2013)
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(11): 2250-2272.

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The authors present a metacognitive approach to influences of rape myth acceptance (RMA) on the processing of rape-related information and rape proclivity. In Study 1, participants (N = 264) completed an RMA scale and subsequently reported the subjective strength (e.g., importance, certainty) of their RMA. Then they read about a rape case, viewed a photograph of the alleged crime scene, and rated the defendant's guilt on several items. Depending on condition, the photograph contained either RMA-applicable stimuli (e.g., alcoholic beverages) or neutral stimuli. Higher RMA predicted lower ratings of defendant guilt especially when applicable stimuli were present and RMA was strong. Study 2 (N = 85) showed that RMA-related attitude strength also moderated the effect of RMA on self-reported rape proclivity. Results of both studies indicate that the subjective strength of rape-related beliefs may be reliably assessed and serves as an important moderator of effects of RMA. The implications of these findings for prevention programs as well as future directions for research are discussed.
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Journal of Interpersonal Violence
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2250-2272
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Süssenbach P, Eyssel FA, Bohner G. Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2013;28(11):2250-2272.
Süssenbach, P., Eyssel, F. A., & Bohner, G. (2013). Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(11), 2250-2272. doi:10.1177/0886260512475317
Süssenbach, P., Eyssel, F. A., and Bohner, G. (2013). Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28, 2250-2272.
Süssenbach, P., Eyssel, F.A., & Bohner, G., 2013. Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(11), p 2250-2272.
P. Süssenbach, F.A. Eyssel, and G. Bohner, “Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions”, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, vol. 28, 2013, pp. 2250-2272.
Süssenbach, P., Eyssel, F.A., Bohner, G.: Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 28, 2250-2272 (2013).
Süssenbach, Philipp, Eyssel, Friederike Anne, and Bohner, Gerd. “Metacognitive aspects of rape myths: Subjective strength of rape myth acceptance moderates its effects on information processing and behavioral intentions”. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28.11 (2013): 2250-2272.

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