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Author: Rebecca J Macy

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Womenís Situational Coping with Acquaintance Sexual Assault: Applying an Appraisal-Based Model slides notes
The study from which this presentation is drawn applied appraisal-based coping theory and structural modeling to examine the relationships between personal goal orientations, appraisals of acquaintance sexual assault, and behavioral responses among college women

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Bu Huang, Jeanette Norris, Paula Nurius
Applicable Courses: Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women
Topics: Diverse Populations, Mental Health

Self-Protective Coping with Acquaintance Sexual Aggression: Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors slides notes
This lecture identifies the correlations among risk and protective factors and coping strategies of women who experienced acquaintance sexual aggression.

Date Posted: Friday, February 14, 2003
Authors: Rebecca J Macy
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women
Topics: Diverse Populations

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