Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm

Diehl C, Vanselow N, Bohner G (2010)
Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn.

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Diehl C, Vanselow N, Bohner G. Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn.
Diehl, C., Vanselow, N., & Bohner, G. (2010). Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn.
Diehl, C., Vanselow, N., and Bohner, G. (2010).“Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm”. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn.
Diehl, C., Vanselow, N., & Bohner, G., 2010. Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn.
C. Diehl, N. Vanselow, and G. Bohner, “Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm”, Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn, 2010.
Diehl, C., Vanselow, N., Bohner, G.: Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn (2010).
Diehl, Charlotte, Vanselow, Nina, and Bohner, Gerd. “Exerting power vs. initiating contact as motives for sexual harassment: Evidence from a computer harassment paradigm”. Presented at the 15. Workshop Aggression, Bonn, 2010.
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