CURRICULUM VITAE OF NEIL M. MALAMUTH

 

 

Address:

Communication Studies                      Phone:   (310) 206-8868

334 Kinsey Hall                                  Fax:   (310) 206-8901

UCLA, L. A., CA 90095-1538            E-mail :   nmalamut@.ucla.edu

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

 

1994 - Present

                       

At the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA):

Professor of Communication, Psychology and Women’s Studies;

Chair, Communication and Speech Department;

Member, Board of Directors, Behavior, Evolution and Culture Center;

Member of Governing Board, Center for Society, the Individual, and Genetics.          

 

1991-94

           

At the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor:

Professor of Communication and Psychology;

Chair, Department of Communication;

Faculty Associate, Institute for Social Research.

 

Fall, 1988       

 

Visiting Scholar, Department of Communication, Stanford University

 

1982-91          

 

At the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA):

Professor of Communication and Psychology (1986-91);

Chair, Communication Studies Program and Speech Department (1984-91);

Associate Professor (1982-86);

Associate Director, Center for the Study of Women (1986-87).         

                       

1977-82          

 

At the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada:

Associate Professor of Psychology (1980-82);

Assistant Professor (1977-80) .

                       

1975-77          

 

Lecturer, UCLA and Post-Doctoral Fellow,

Center for Behavior Therapy, Beverly Hills

 

1973-75          

 

Research Associate, Center for Computer-Based Behavioral Studies, UCLA

 


EDUCATION

 

Ph.D.,  UCLA, Social Psychology & Personality, 1975 

           

M.A.,   UCLA, Psychology, 1972

           

B.A.,    UCLA, Psychology, 1972

 

 

HONORS, DISTINCTIONS AND NATIONAL COMMITTEE SERVICE

 

2001                            Member, Surgeon General Committee on Media Violence

 

1997- present              Listed in Who’s Who in America

 

1997-99                       Science Representative, Public Communication Committee, American Psychological Association

 

Spring, 1995                Lady Davis Senior Fellow, Department of Communication, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel

 

1994                            Top Conference Paper, Interpersonal Communication Division, International

                                    Communication Association Meetings, Australia

 

1992                            In analysis of “eminence in social psychology,” one of only seven scholars in the world rated as highly eminent as indicated by being in the top 100 researchers in all four categories of eminence (see Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 1992)

 

1989-93                       Member, National Institute of Mental Health, Review Committee on Violence and Stress

 

1989                            Fellow, American Psychological Society

 

1987                            Recipient of the John Kendall Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychology, Gustavus College, Minnesota

 

1987                            Top Five Conference Paper, Mass Communication Division,                                      International Communication Association

 

1986                            Fellow, American Psychological Association

 

1980                            U. S. Representative to NATO Aggression Conference

 

1972                            B.A  -   Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa;   M.A. - Departmental Scholar                                                                                   

 

 

 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

 

Mass Media Effects; Sexually Explicit Media;   Aggression; Evolutionary Psychology;   Integrating Multiple Disciplinary Approaches to Research.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Undergraduate Courses:

Research Methods in Communication;  Honors Proseminar in Communication; Mass Media and Aggression Against Women;  Effects of Mass Media; Pornography and Evolution; Social Psychology;   Organizational Psychology;   Personality;  Introduction to Psychology;  Abnormal Psychology ;  Mass Media and Social Systems.

 

Graduate Seminars:

Mass Media Effects:  An Integrative Approach ; Research Methods in Communication ;  Sex, Power and Conflict; Media and Aggression Against Women ;  Psychology of Sexual Aggressors ; Introduction to Communication Studies.

                                                                                                           

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS       

 

International Communication Association

American Psychological Association (Fellow)

American Psychological Society (Fellow)

International Society for Research on Aggression

International Academy of Sex Research

Human Behavior and Evolution Society                     

Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues

 

MAJOR RESEARCH GRANTS

 

Undergraduate Technologically-Enhanced Student Tutor (UTEST) Communication Project (Principal Investigator),  Planning Grant, University of California, Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, 2003, $4660.  (Note:   This is a planning grant that will lead to a proposal in April, 2003 for a major three-year grant for about $210,000).

Sex Offender Typology. (Main  Study)  (Co-Principal Investigator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 2000-2002, $202,478).                          

Sex Offender Typology. (Feasibility Study)   (Co-Principal Investigator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 1997-98, $100,000).                              

Supplement to Predicting Men's Antisocial Behavior Against Women.   (Principal

investigator, National Institute of Mental Health, 1991-92, $20,217).

Predicting Men's Antisocial Behavior Against Women. (Principal investigator, National

Institute of Mental Health, 1989-91, $414,284).

Sexual Violence in the Media and Social Behavior.   (Co-principal investigator, National

Institute of Mental Health, 1986-89, $347,104).

Research on Sexual Violence: Assessment and Validation.  (Principal Investigator, Social

Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1981-84, $95,842 in addition to university overhead.)

The Effects of Mass Media Sexual Violence. (Principal Investigator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1979-81,                         $58,200 in addition to university overhead.)

                                                                                                                                               

 

JOURNAL EDITORSHIPS AND BOARD MEMBERSHIP

           

Communication Research, Editorial Board, 1986-1992, 1999-present

            Journal of Research in Personality , Associate Editor, 1990-1993

            Journal of Social Issues, 1986, Issue Co-Editor for issue on Media Violence

            Journal of Sex Research, Editorial Board, 1982-1998

            Motivation and Emotion , Editorial Board, 1983-89

            Communication Concepts Series , Associate Editor, 1989-98 

            Sexual Abuse:  A Journal of Research and Treatment, Editorial Board, 1995-98

 

                        PUBLICATIONS

 

Currently “In Progress” for Publication

 

Malamuth, N. (in progress).  Aggression on the Internet:  Empirical findings and policy implications.    In Y. Amichai-Hamburger (Ed.)   The social psychology of the Internet .  Oxford:   Oxford University Press.

 

Malamuth, N.  (in progress). Sexual coercion.   In D. Buss (Ed.)  Evolutionary psychology handbook .

            New York:  Wiley.

 

Vega, V., &  Malamuth, N.   (in progress).  Predicting sexual aggression:  The role of mass media exposure in the context of general and specific antisocial characteristics.

            (Also to be presented at the next meetings of the International Communication Association).

 

Currently In Press

 

Malamuth, N.  (in press).   Criminal and non-criminal sexual aggressors:   Integrating psychopathy in a hierarchical-mediational confluence model.   In   R. A. Prentky, E. Janus, & M. Seto (Eds.), Understanding and Managing Sexually Coercive Behavior.   New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

 

Hunter, J. A., Figueredo, A. J., Malamuth, N. , & Becker, J. V (in press).   Emotional empathy as a moderator and mediator of non-sexual delinquency in juvenile sexual offenders. Journal of Family  Violence.

 

Malamuth, N.  (in press).   The prediction of criminal recidivism:   A critique. In  R. A. Prentky, E. Janus, & M. Seto (Eds.), Understanding and Managing Sexually Coercive Behavior.   New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  

 

Haley, H., Sidanius, J., Lowery, B. & Malamuth, N.   (in press). The interactive nature of sex and race discrimination:   A social dominance perspective.   In G. Philogene (Ed.), Racial Identity in Context: The Legacy of Kenneth B. Clark.    Washington, D.C:  American Psychological Association.

 

Hunter, J. A., Figueredo, A. J., Malamuth, N. , & Becker, J. V.   (in press).  Developmental pathways  in youth sexual aggression and delinquency:  Risk factors and mediators. Journal of Family  Violence.

 

 

2000 -03

 

Hunter, J. A., Figueredo, A. J., Malamuth, N. , & Becker, J. V. (2003).   Juvenile sex offenders: Toward the development of a typology. Sexual Abuse:  A Journal of Research and Treatment., 15, 27-48.                                                 

 

Malamuth, N.  (2001).   Pornography.  In M. Schudson (Ed.) International Encyclopedia

of Social and   Behavioral Sciences, (Vol. 17) .  (Pp.   11816-11821).   Elsevier Science: New York.

 

Malamuth, N., & Addison, T.  (2001).  Integrating social psychological research on

aggression within an evolutionary-based framework.   In G. J.O.  Fletcher & M. S..  Clark (Eds.). Blackwell Handbook of  Social Psychology: Interpersonal Processes.  ( pp. 129-161).   Malden, MA:  Blackwell .

 

Huesmann, L. R., Anderson, C. A., Berkowitz, L., Donnerstein, E., Johnson, J., Linz, D., Malamuth, N., & Wartella, E. (2001).   Media violence and youth violence (Summary).   In D. Elliot (Ed.) Youth Violence:   A Report of the Surgeon General .  Washington:   US Government Printing Office.

 

Malamuth, N., Addison, T., & Koss, M.   (2000).  Pornography and sexual aggression:  Are there reliable  effects and can we understand them?  Annual Review of Sex Research ,11 , 26-91.

 

Malamuth, N., & Impett, E. A.  (2000).   Research on sex in the media:  What do we

know about effects      on children and adolescents?  In D. Singer & J. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of Children and the Media .  (pp.   269-287). Newbury Park, CA:   Sage Publications.

 

Ellis, B. & Malamuth, N.  (2000).  Love and anger in romantic relationships:  A discrete systems model. Journal of Personality, 68,  525-556.

 

1998-99

 

Malamuth, N.  (1999).   Pornography.  In L. Kurtz (Ed.).  Encyclopedia for Violence,

Peace and Conflict      (Volume 3) .   (pp. 77-89).   New York:  Academic Press. 

 

Malamuth, N., & Malamuth, E.  (1999).  Integrating multiple levels of scientific analysis

and the confluence model of sexual coercers.  Jurimetrics:  Journal of Law and Science, 39, 157–179 .

 

Malamuth, N.  (1998).   An evolutionary-based model integrating research on the

characteristics of sexually coercive men.   In J. Adair, K. Dion, & D. Belanger, D. (Eds.).   Advances in Psychological Science , Vol. 1:   Social, Personal, and Developmental Aspects .  (pp. 151-184). Hove, England UK:  Psychology Press/Erlbaum.

 

Barnes, G. E., & Malamuth, N. M., (1998).   Eysenck’s theory of personality and

sexuality.  Psihologija , 3, 239-248.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1998).   Commentary on pornography research and testimony before the

Attorney  General’s Commission on Pornography.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence , 13 , pp. 528-529 & pp. 538-543. 

 

Malamuth, N.  (1998).   The revised Attraction to Sexual Aggression scale.   In C. M.

Davis, W.  H.   Yarber, R.  Bauserman, G.  Schreer, & S.   L.  Davis (Eds.)   Sexuality-related measures: A  compendium .  (pp. 52-55).    Beverly Hills:  Sage.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1998).   The confluence model as an organizing framework for research on sexually aggressive men:  Risk moderators, imagined aggression and pornography consumption.   In R. Geen and E. Donnerstein (Eds.) Aggression: Theoretical and empirical reviews .  (pp. 229-245).   New York:  Academic Press.

 

Malamuth, N., & Heilmann, M.  (1998).  Evolutionary psychology and sexual aggression. 

In C. B. Crawford, & D. Krebs (Eds.) Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology: Ideas, issues and applications  (pp. 515-542).   Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

 

 

1995 - 97

 

Dean, K., & Malamuth, N.  (1997).   Characteristics of men who aggress sexually and of

men who imagine aggressing:  Risk and moderating variables.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 72, 449-455.

 

Malamuth, N. (1996).  Sexually explicit media, gender differences and evolutionary

theory. Journal of Communication , 46 (3), 8-31.

 

Malamuth, N., Heavey, C., & Linz, D.   (1996). The confluence model of sexual

aggression:  Combining hostile masculinity and impersonal sex.  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 23, 3, 13-37.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1996).   Research on the confluence model of sexual aggression based on

feminist and evolutionary perspectives.  In Buss, D., & Malamuth, N.  (Eds.).  Sex, power, conflict:  Evolutionary and feminist perspectives .  (pp. 269-295).   New York:  Oxford University Press.

 

Buss, D., & Malamuth, N.  (Eds.) (1996)  Sex, power, conflict:  Evolutionary and feminist perspectives .   New York:   Oxford University Press.

 

Malamuth, N., Linz, D., Heavey, C., Barnes, G., & Acker, M.   (1995).  Using the

confluence model of sexual aggression to predict men’s conflict with women:   A ten year follow-up study.   Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 69 , 353-369.

 

Heavey, L., Christensen, A., & Malamuth, N.   (1995).  The longitudinal impact of  

demand and withdrawal during marital conflict.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63, 797-801.

 

1993 - 94

 

Malamuth, N., & Brown, L.  (1994).  Sexually aggressive men’s perceptions of women’s

communications:  Testing three explanations.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 67, 699-712.

 

Malamuth, N., & Thornhill, N.  (1994).  Hostile masculinity, sexual aggression and

gender-biased domineeringness in conversations.   Aggressive Behavior , 20 , 185-193.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1993). Pornography’s impact on male adolescents. Adolescent Medicine:  

State of the Art Reviews, 4 , 563-576.

 

Linz, D., & Malamuth, N.  (1993).  Pornography .  Newbury Park, CA:   Sage.

 

Malamuth, N., Heavey, C., & Linz, D.   (1993).  Predicting men’s antisocial behavior

against women:  The “Interaction Model” of sexual aggression.  In G. Hall, R. Hirschman, J. Graham & M.   Zaragoza, (Eds.) Sexual Aggression:   Issues in etiology  and assessment, treatment and policy .  (pp. 63-97).  New York:   Hemisphere.

 

1991-92

 

Malamuth, N.  (1992).   Evolution and laboratory research on men’s sexual arousal:   What

do the data show and how can we explain them? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, 394-396.

 

Linz, D. , Malamuth, N. &  Beckett, K.  (1992)   Civil liberties and research on the effects

of pornography.  In P. Tetlock & P. Suedfeld (Eds.)  Psychology and Social Advocacy.  (pp. 149-164).  New York:   Hemisphere.

 

Malamuth, N., Sockloskie, R., Koss, M., . & Tanaka, J.   (1991).  The characteristics of aggressors against women:  Testing a model using a national sample of college students.   Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 59 , 670-681.

 

Malamuth, N.  & Dean, K.   (1991)     Attraction to sexual aggression.   In A. Parrot (Ed.). Acquaintance Rape:  The Hidden  Crime .  (pp. 229-247).   New York:  Wiley.  

 

 

1989-90

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1990).  Ethical considerations in sex and aggression research.  In D. MacNiven (Ed.).  Moral expertise: Studies in practical and profes­sional ethics . (pp. 26-35). Lon­don:  Routledge.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1989).   The Attraction to Sexual Aggres­sion scale: Part one.    Journal of

Sex Research, 26, 26-49.

 

Malamuth, N. (1989).  The Attraction to Sexual Aggression Scale:  Part two.  Journal of

            Sex Research , 26 , 324-354.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1989).   Pornography and the Surgeon General.   American Psychologist ,

42,  580.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1989).   Sexually violent media, thought patterns and antisocial behavior.   In G. Com­stock (Ed.), Public Communication and Behavior , Vol. 2 (pp. 159-204).  New York:        Academic Press.

 

Malamuth, N., & McIlwraith, B.  (1989).  Fantasies and exposure to sexually explicit magazines.  Communic­ation Research , 15 , 753-771.

 

                                                                       

1987-88

 

Malamuth, N.  (1988).   Predic­ting laboratory aggression against female vs. male tar­gets:  Implica­tions for research on sexual aggression.  Journal of Research in Per­sonality , 22 , 474-495.

 

Malamuth, N., Feshbach, S., Fera, T., & Kunath, J.   (198­8).  Aggressive cues and sexual arousal to erotica.   In G. W. Russell (Ed.),  Violence in intimate relation­ships . (pp. 239-251)  Great Neck, NY: PMA Publishers.

 

Malamuth, N.  & Donnerstein, E. (1987).  Reply to Mosher:   Letter to the Book Review

Editor. Journal of Sex Research ,  23 , 281-283. 

 

Malamuth, N.  (1988).   A mul­tidimen­sional approach to sexual aggres­sion: Combining measures of past be­havior and present likelihood.   In R. A. Prentky & V. L. Quinsey (Eds.)   Human sexual aggression: Current perspectives .  Annals of the New York   Academy of Sciences (Vol. 528, pp. 123-132).  New York: The New York Academy of Sciences.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1988).   Research on "violent erotica":   A reply.  Journal of Sex Research,

24, 340-348.    (Reprinted in part in R. Surette, Ed., The Media and Criminal Justice Policy:   Recent research and social effects , pp. 42-44, Springfield, Ill.:  Charles C. Thomas).

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987).   Do sexually violent media in­directly contribute to antisocial

behavior?  In M. R. Walsh (Ed.).   The psychology of women: Ongoing debates (pp. 441-459) .  New Haven, CT: Yale Univer­sity Press.

           

1985-86

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1986).  Pornography and sexual aggres­sion: A social learning theory analysis.   In M. L. McLaughlin (Ed.).   Communica­tion Year­book , Vol. 9   (pp. 181-213).  Beverly Hills, CA:  Sage.

 

Huesmann, L. R., & Malamuth, N.  (1986).  Media violence and antisocial behavior: An overview.  Journal of Social Issues , 42 , 1-6.

 

Huesmann, L. R. & Malamuth, N.  (Eds.).  (1986).   Media violence and antisocial behavior.   Journal of Social Issues , 42 , No. 3.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1986).   Predic­tors of naturalistic sexual aggression.   Journal of Per­sonality and      Social Psychol­ogy , 50 , 953-962.  (Reprinted in M. Pirog-Good & J. Stets, Eds., 1989, Violence in dating relationships: Emerging social issues , pp. 219-240,  New York:   Praeger and in E. Aronson,   Ed., 1991, Readings about the social animal . , 6th edit., New York:  Freeman.)

 

Malamuth, N., & Billings, V.  (1986).  The functions and effects of pornography: Sexual

communica­tion vs. the feminist models in light of research findings.   In J. Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Perspec­tives on Media Effects (pp. 83-108).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Malamuth, N., & Briere, J.  (1986).  Sexual violence in the media: Indirect effects on aggression against women.  Journal of Social Issues , 42 , 75-92.

 

Malamuth, N., Check, J., & Briere, J.   (1986).  Sexual arousal in response to aggres­sion: Ideological, aggress­ive and sexual correlates.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychol­ogy ,50 , 330-340.

 

Malamuth, N., & Ceniti, J.  (1986).  Repeated exposure to violent and non­violent pornography: Likelihood of raping ratings and laboratory aggression against women.  Aggressive Behavior , 12 , 29-137.

 

Briere, J., Malamuth, N., & Check, J.   (1985).  Sexuality and rape-supportive beliefs.  

Internation­al   Journal of Women's Studies , 8 , 398-403.

 

Check, J., Malamuth, N., Elias, B., & Barton, S.   (1985).  On hostile ground.  Psychol­ogy Today , 19 , 56-61.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1985).   The mass media and aggression against women.   American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter , 10 , 22-24.   (Also in S. Katz & P. Vesin (Eds.), Children  and the Media   (pp. 129-134).  Paris, France: Centre International de l'En­force, 1986.)

 

Check, J., Perlman, D., & Malamuth, N.   (1985).  Loneliness and aggressive behavior. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships , 2 , 243-252.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1985).  An empirical as­sessment of some feminist hypotheses about rape.  Inter­na­tional Journal of Women's Studies , 8 , 414-423.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.   (1985).  The effects of aggres­sive-pornography on beliefs in rape myths: Individual differen­ces.   Journal of Research in Per­sonality , 19 , 299-320.

 

1983-84

 

Barnes, G., Malamuth, N., & Check, J.   (1984).  Per­sonality and sexuality. Personality and Individual Dif­ferences , 5 , 159-172.

 

Barnes, G., Malamuth, N., & Check, J.   (1984).  Psychoti­cism and sexual arousal to rape depictions.  Personality and Individual Differences , 5 , 273-279.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1984).  Can participation in pornography experiments have

positive effects?  The Journal of Sex Research , 20 , 14-31.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984).   Sexual violence in the mass media.   In D. Scott (Ed.), Media violence and pornog­raphy: An interna­tional perspective.   Toronto: Media Action Group.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984).   The mass media and aggression against women: Research findings and prevention.  In A. W. Burgess (Ed.), Handbook of research on rape and sexual assault.    New York: Garland.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984).   Social scien­tific research on por­nography.   Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommit­tee on Juvenile Justice:  Effects of Pornog­raphy on Women and Children (Hearings, 98th Con­gress, August 8th, 1984).   Washington, D.C.: Govern­ment Printing Office, #1267, Serial #J-98-133, pp. 92-117.

           

 Malamuth, N.  (1984).   The mass media, individual charac­teristics and aggression against

women.  In R. M. Kaplan, V. J. Konecni, & R. W. Novaco (Eds.), Aggres­sion in Children and Youth .  The Hague: Mar­tinus Nijhoff.   (Sponsored by NATO--North Atlantic Treaty Or­ganization.)

                       

Malamuth, N., & Donnerstein, E.  (Eds.).  (1984).   Pornog­raphy and sexual aggression .  New York: Acade­mic Press.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1984).  Debriefing effectiveness following exposure to rape

depictions.  Journal of Sex Research, 20, 1-13.         

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984).   Aggression against women: Cultural and in­dividual causes.   In N. Malamuth & E. Donnerstein (Eds.), Pornography and sexual aggression (pp. 19-52).  New York:   Academic Press.

 

Malamuth, N., & Billings, V.  (1984).  Why pornography?   Models of func­tions and effects.   Journal of Comm­unication , 34 , 117-129.

 

Malamuth, N., & Lindstrom, J.  (Sept. 16, 1984).  Violent pornog­raphy: How its message can shape attitudes.   Herald Examiner , Section F. page 1.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984).   Aggres­sive-pornography and aggres­sion against women.   Canadian Associa­tion of University Teachers Bulletin , 31 , 26-27.

 

Malamuth, N., & Lindstrom, J.  (1984).  Pornography.   Film Comment , Dec., 39-40.

 

Ceniti, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1984).  Effects of repeated exposure to sexually violent or sexually nonviolent stimuli on sexual arousal to rape and nonrape depic­tions.  Behaviour Research and Therapy , 22 , 535-548.

 

Briere, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1983).  Self-reported likelihood of sexual aggression: Attitudinal vs. sexual ex­planations.  Journal of Research in Personality , 17 , 315-323.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1983).  Sex role stereotyping and reactions to depictions of stranger versus acquaint­ance rape.   Journal of Personality and Social Psychol­ogy , 45 , 344-356.

 

Donnerstein, E., & Malamuth, N.  (1983).      Pornography: Dynamics of the participants and observers.  In L. Schlesinger (Ed.), Sexual dynamics of anti-social behavior . Springfield, IL: Thomas.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1983).   Human sexuality.  In D. Perlman & P. C. Cozby (Eds.), Social psychology: A social issues perspective.   New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.   (Published in a French edition by Les Edition HRW Ltd. and in a Spanish edition by Editor­ial Interamericana.)   (Spon­sored by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.)

 

Malamuth, N.  (1983).   Factors associated with rape as predic­tors of laboratory aggression against females.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 45 , 432-442.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1983).  Sexual arousal to rape depictions: Individual differences.  Journal of Abnormal Psychology , 92 , 55-67.

 

                                                                       

1981-82

 

Malamuth, N., & Donnerstein, E.  (1982).  The effects of aggressive-pornographic mass media stimuli.   In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology, Vol. 15 (pp. 103-136).  New York: Acade­mic Press.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1981).   Rape proclivity among males.   Journal of Social Issues , 37 , 138-

157.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1981).   Rape fantasies as a function of exposure to violent-sexual stimuli.  Archives of Sexual Behavior , 10 , 33-47.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1981).  The effects of mass media ex­posure on acceptance of violence against women: A field ex­periment.   Journal of Research in Per­sonality , 15 , 436-446.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1982).   Rapists and normal men.  Treatment of Sexual Aggression News , 5 , 3-5.

 

Malamuth, N., Turcotte, S., & Fitz-Gibbon, C.   (1981).  Tutoring and social psychology.  Journal of Educational Thought , 15 , 113-123.

 

                                                                       

1979-80

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1980).  Sexual arousal to rape and consen­ting depictions: The importance of the woman's arousal.   Journal of Abnormal Psychology , 89 , 763-76

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1980).  Penile tumescence and perceptual responses to rape

as a function of victim's perceived reactions.   Journal of Applied Social Psychology , 10 , 528-           547.  (Reprinted in D. Copp and S. Wendall, Eds., Pornog­raphy and Censorship: Scien­tific, Philosophi­cal and Legal Studies.   Buffalo, NY:  Prometheus Press, 1983.)

 

Malamuth, N., Feshbach, S., & Heim, M.   (1980).  Ethical issues and exposure to rape stimuli: A reply to Sherif.   Journal of Per­sonality And Social Psychology , 38 , 413-415.

 

Malamuth, N., Haber, S., & Feshbach, S.   (1980).  Testing hypotheses regarding rape: Exposure to sexual violence, sex differences, and the "nor­mality" of rapists. Journal of Research in Personality , 14 , 121-137.  (Reprinted in B. Allen, Ed., Personality and Social Psychol­ogy Interface .  Bloomington, IN: T.I.S. Publica­tions, 1981; 2nd ed., 1986).

 

Malamuth, N., Heim, M., & Feshbach, S.   (1980).  The sexual responsive­ness of col­lege students to rape depic­tions: Inhibitory and disin­hibitory effects.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 38 , 399-408.

 

Malamuth, N., & Spinner, B.  (1980).  A longitudinal content analysis of sexual violence in the best-selling erotica magazines.   The Journal of Sex Research , 16 , 226-237.                                                                                                                                                           

Malamuth, N. (1979).  Violence and responsibility.  Contem­porary Psychology , 8 , 651-

652.  (Book Review).

                       

1977-78

 

Feshbach, S., & Malamuth, N.  (1978).  Sex and aggress­ion.   Psychology Today , 12 , 110-117.

 

Malamuth, N., Shayne, L., & Poque, B.   (1978).  Infant cues and stopping at the crosswalk.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 4 , 334-336.

 

Malamuth, M., & Fitz-Gibbon, C.  (1977).  A theoretical analysis of cross-age tutoring from the perspective of social psychology .  Los Angeles: Center For the Study of Evaluation, UCLA.

 

Malamuth, N., Feshbach, S., & Jaffe, Y.   (1977).  Sexual arousal and aggression: Recent experiments and theoretical issues.   Journal of Social Issues , 33 , 110-133.

                                                                       

 

1975-76

 

Malamuth, N., Wanderer, Z., Sayner, R., & Durrell, D.   (1976).  Utilization of sur­rogate

partners: A survey of health professionals.   Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry , 7 ,     149-150.

 

Malamuth, N., & Pfeiffer, K.  (Eds.).  (1976).   Sites and insights in psychology .  Los

Alamitos: Hwong Press.

 

Raven, B., Rubin, J., Malamuth, Z., & Malamuth, N.   (1976).  An Instructor's Manual and Guide for Teaching a Course in Social Psychology .  New York: Wiley.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1975).   A sys­tematic analysis of the relationship between group shifts and the Choice Dilem­mas Questionnaire.   (Doc­toral Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles).  Disserta­tion Abstracts International , 1976, 36 , 4230-4231B.

 

Malamuth, N., Shure, G., Johnston, S.  (1975).  Teaching research methods with a computer-based model of choice shifts.   Journal of Computer-Based Instruction , 2 , 1-10.

 

Shure, G., Malamuth, N., Johnston, S.  (1975).  A com­puter simulation of group risky shift for teaching un­dergraduate research methods.   Simulation and Games , 6 , 202-210.

                                                                       

 

1972-74

 

Jaffe, Y., Malamuth, N., Fein­gold, J., & Feshbach, S.   (1974).  Sexual arousal and behavioral aggression.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 30 , 759-764.

 

Malamuth, N., & Feshbach, S.  (1972).  Risky shift in a naturalis­tic setting.  Journal of Personality , 4 , 38-49.

 

INVITED ADDRESSES

 

Keynote address, Understanding and Managing Sexual Aggression Conference, New York Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, June 2002

Ethics and Art Conference, Arizona State University, November, 2001

Biopolitics  Conference, March, 2001, UCLA

University of California, Santa Barbara, November, 2000

Gruter Institute on Law and Social Policy, Squaw Valley, CA, June, 2000

Law School, Arizona State University, February, 2000.

International Academy of Sex Research Meetings, Long Island, New York, June, 1999

University of California, Santa Barbara, January, 1999

Keynote Address, Annual Meeting of the Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law, NY, October, 1998

Clarke Institute, University of Toronto, Canada, October, 1998

Keynote address, Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meetings, Tuscon, Arizona, June, 1997

Fourth International Conference on Standards in Screen Entertainment, London, England, Sept. 1996

State of the Art Lecture, XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada, Aug., 1996

Conference on Media, Socialization and Aggression, Sponsored by the Polish National Academy of Science, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland, December, 1995

Committee on Media and the Arts, National Parliament of Poland, December, 1995

National Association for the Treatment of Sexual Aggression, New Orleans, Louisiana, Oct., 1995

National Research Council, Washington, D.C., June, 1995

Departments of Communication, Psychology, & Criminology, Hebrew University, Israel, June, 1995

Bar-Ilan University, Israel, May, 1995

Communication Forum, Tel Aviv University, Israel, May, 1995

Center for Evolutionary Psychology, Santa Barbara, CA, February, 1995

Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origins of Life, UCLA, November, 1994

Keynote address, Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Miami, Florida, November, 1994

Keynote address, National Association for the Development of Work with sex Offenders, Durham University, Durham, Great Britain, Sept. 1994

Oakland University, Michigan, March, 1994

Americas Universitat de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico, November, 1993

Keynote address, National Society for the Treatment of Sexual Aggression Meetings, Boston, November, 1993

Keynote address, International Society for the Treatment of Sexual Aggression Meetings, Minneapolis,    September, 1993

Keynote address, American Psychological Association Meetings, Toronto, August, 1993

Bowling Green University, April, 1993

University of Chicago Law School, March, 1993

Michigan State University, December, 1992

Department of Sociology, University of Michigan, Nov., 1992

Wayne State University, October, 1992

Kent State University, May, 1992

National Research Council Meetings, September, 1992

National Women's Democratic Club, Washington, D.C., November, 1991.

Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, February, 1991.

California State University at Fullerton, January, 1990.

Keynote address, University of Manitoba, Canada, February, 1990.

University of Califor­nia, Santa Barbara, December, 1988.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Mass., March, 1988.

Keynote address, Gustavus Col­lege, Minnesota, to receive the John Kendall Award for contributions to           psychology, May, 1987.

Indiana Univer­sity, Bloomington, In­diana, April, 1987.

Keynote address, Family Violence Conference, sponsored by the Criminology Center, University of   Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, March, 1987.

University of California, San Diego, February, 1987.

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, January, 1987.

Sur­geon General's Workshop on Pornog­raphy and Public Health, Washington, D.C., June, 1986.

University of Califor­nia, San Diego, April 1986 (Sponsored by the Communication Dept., the Sociol­ogy Dept., and the Rape Prevention Center).

Menorah Con­ference on the Mass Media, Kansas City, Kansas, October, 1986.

Annual Conven­tion of the Western Society of Criminologists, Newport Beach, CA, Febru­ary, 1986.

American Jewish Committee National Task Force on Antisemitism and Violence, Los Angeles

Hearings, February, 1986.

Invited testimony, Los Angeles City Council Hearings, Septem­ber, 1985.

Invited testimony, National Council of Chur­ches, Investigative Hearings, Los Angeles,  California,        January, 1985.

University of Illinois at Chicago, Novem­ber, 1985.

University of Califor­nia, Davis, Novem­ber, 1985.

UCLA School of Law, March, 1985.

The Neuro-Psychiatric Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, October, 1985.

Com­munication Program, Univer­sity of California, Santa Bar­bara, May, 1985.

The Interdis­ciplinary Con­ference on Sexual Abuse, La Jolla, California, October, 1985.

St. Meinrad Theologi­cal Seminary, In­diana, October, 1985.

San Diego State University, October, 1985.

The Attorney General's Commis­sion on Pornography, Houston, Texas, Sept­ember, 1985.

International Con­ference on Youth, Montreal, Canada, November, 1985.

Duke Univer­sity, North Carolina, October, 1985.

Department of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, April,            1985.

California State University, Northridge, March, 1985.

The First Interna­tional Conference on Children and the Media, Los Angeles, CA, May, 1985.

The Annenberg School of Communic­ations, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, October,        1985.

Central Washington University, El­lensburg, Washington, May, 1985.

Invited testimony before the United States Senate Subcom­mittee on Juvenile Justice, Committee on the Judiciary, on behalf of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August, 1984.

Con­ference on Media Violence sponsored by the National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH), Los   Angeles, CA, October, 1984.

Keynote address presented at the Tenth Annual Psychology Symposium, California State University,

Fullerton, February, 1984.

University of Alberta, Edmon­ton, Alberta, Canada, May, 1984.

The Faculty Seminar on Women, Culture and Theory, UCLA, January, 1984.

City and parliamen­tary council, Vic­toria, British Columbia, April, 1984.

California State Psychol­ogical Association and California Women in Govern­ment at San Diego, CA,       August, 1984.

University of California, Irvine, April, 1984.

University of California, San Diego, April, 1984.

Program for the Study of Women and Men in Society, Univer­sity of Southern California, February,         1984.

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada, February, 1984.

Institute of Justice, Vancouver, British Columbia, April, 1984.

Stanford University, January, 1984.

Shaugh­nessy Hospital, Van­couver, British Columbia, April, 1984.

San Diego State University, April, 1984.

Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA, March, 1984

Psychology department, University of California, Santa Barbara, May, 1983.

Psychology department, University of Southern   California, October, 1983.

Annual Meetings of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Chicago, Il­linois, November, 1983.

Purdue Univer­sity, Lafaye­tte, Indiana, November, 1983.

Pomona Colleges, October, 1982.

University of Wisconsin-Madison, November, 1982.

University of Calgary, Alber­ta, Canada, February, 1982.

University of California, Santa Cruz, Novem­ber, 1982.

University of British Colum­bia, Vancouver, Canada, February, 1982.

Marquette University, Mil­waukee, Wisconsin, November, 1982.

University of California, Los Angeles, December, 1981.

NATO Conference on Aggres­sion, Maratea, Italy, June, 1981.

The Conference of Penal Psychologists, Winnipeg, Canada, August, 1981.

New York University, December, 1981. 

Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, May, 1980.

 

SELECTED CONVENTION PRESENTA­TIONS

 

Vega, V., &  Malamuth, N.   The role of mass media exposure in the context of predicting sexual aggression .   Paper to be presented at the Annual Meetings of the International Communication Association, San Diego, 2003 (in preparation for publication).

 

Malamuth, N.  (June, 2002) Understanding the impact of pornography exposure within an integrative model of the characteristics  of sexual aggressors .  Paper presented at the Second Annual

            Social Science Conference, University of Hawaii,   Hawaii.

 

Malamuth, N.  & Addison, T.  (June, 2000).    An integrative framework for research on mass media and aggression . Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships, Brisbon, Australia.  

 

Malamuth, N.  (November, 1999).   An evolutionary-based model of the characteristics of

sexually aggressive men: Implications for understanding crime .   Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Criminology Association, Toronto, Canada

 

Malamuth, N.  (November, 1999).   The Confluence Model of Sexual Aggression: Recent advances .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N., & Impett, E.  (June, 1999).  Mechanisms mediating the relation between

hostile masculinity and sexual aggression.   Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Malamuth, N.  And Johnson, S.   (June, 1998).  Self-interest, evolutionary theory, and

political voting .  Paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Davis, Ca    1998

 

Malamuth, N.  (August, 1998).  An integration of research on pornography and media

violence.    Annual Meetings of the International Communication Association Meetings, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Malamuth, N.  (August, 1997).   The longitudinal prediction of sexual and non-sexual

aggression .  Paper presented at the World Congress on Violence & Human Coexistence, Dublin, Ireland.

 

Malamuth, N.  (June, 1997).   Integrating research on sexual and non-sexual aggression

against women .  Paper presented at the Conference on Family Violence, University of New Hamsphire.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1996, June).   Sexually explicit media, gender differences and

evolutionary theory .    Paper presented at the Human Behavior and Evolution Society Annual Meetings, Chicago, Ill.

 

Malamuth, N. & Huesmann, L. R.  (1995, September).  Theoretical developments in

longitudinal research on sexual aggression .  Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Washington, D.C.

 

Malamuth, N. & Brown, L.   (1994, August).  Sexually aggressive men’s perceptions of

women’s communications:  Testing three explanations .  International Communication Association    Meetings, Australia.

 

Malamuth, N.  ((1993, October).   Recent advances in research on the mass media and

aggression against women .  Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Malamuth, N. & Linz, D. (1993, May).    The longitudinal prediction of antisocial

behavior against women .  Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Internation­al Communication Association,           Washington, D.C.

 

Malamuth, N., Sackloskie, R., & Koss, M.   (1991, August).  Assessing the role of

pornography within an integrative      model of sexual aggression .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco,   CA.

 

Malamuth, N.  (July, 1991).   Cross-sectional and longitudinal research on the causes of aggression against women:  Towards an integrative model.  Plenary paper presented at the European Meetings of the International Society for Research on Aggression,  Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1990, August).   Towards an integrative theory of sexual aggression.

Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Meetings, Boston, Mass.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1990, June). Sexual aggression and the mass media.   Paper presented at

the Bi-Annual Meetings of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Banff, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1989, January).   Are we producing sexual aggressors?   Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Association for the Advan­cement of Science, San Francisco, CA.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1988, August).   The Attraction to Sexual Aggression Scale: Validation and Implications .  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987, January).   A multidimensional approach to sexual aggression .  Paper presented at a conference on sexual aggres­sion sponsored by the New York Academy of Sciences, New York City.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987, March).   Perspectives on pornog­raphy .  Paper presented at the

Western Meetings of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Los An­geles, CA.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987, May).   Do sexually violent media contribute indirectly to antiso­cial behavior ? Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Internation­al Communication Association, Montreal, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987, August).   Sexual aggression and "machismo" in conver­sation .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychologi­cal As­sociation, New York City.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1987, August).   Prediction of sexual aggres­sion: Mass media con­tributions .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychologi­cal As­sociation, New York City.

 

Stille, R. G., Malamuth, N. & Schal­low, J. R.   (1987, Augus­t).  Prediction of rape proclivity by rape myth at­titudes and hostility toward women   Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York City.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1986, October).   Com­municating scientific findings to the public .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society of Experimental Social Psych­ologists, Tempe, AZ.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1985, Novem­ber).   The Mass Media and Aggression Against Women: Direct and Indirect Paths .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1985, October).   Recent advances in research on the effects of media violen­ce: Theory and research   Paper presented at the Meetings of the Society of Experimental Social Psychologists, Snow­bird, UT.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1985, Septem­ber).   Aggres­sion against women: Current theory and research .  Paper presented at the Meetings of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Parma, Italy.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1985, August).   Violence Against Women: Theory and Research .  Paper presented at the Bi-Annual Meetings of the International Society for Research on Ag­gression, Chicago, IL.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984, August).   Pornography: Theories, data and policy .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological As­sociation, Toron­to, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1984, August).   Violence against women: Cultural, individual and in­hibitory/ disinhibitory causes .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychologi­cal Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1983, June).  The Hostility Toward Women Scale .  Paper

presented at the Wes­tern Meetings of the Interna­tional Society for Re­search on Ag­gression, Victoria, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1983, June).   Mediators of Aggression: Per­sonality, Attitudinal, Cog­nitive and Emotional .  Paper presented at the Western Meetings of the Interna­tional Society for Research on Ag­gres­sion, Victoria, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N., Check, J., & Briere, J.   (1983, August).  Is Violence Sexually Arousing ?   Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association Meetings, Anaheim, CA.

 

Ceniti, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1983, August).  Effects of Repeated Exposure to Violent and Non-Violent Sexual Stimuli .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association Meetings, Anaheim, CA.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1982, June).  Factors Related to Aggres­sion Against

Women .  Paper presen ted at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Psycholo­gical

As­sociation, Montreal.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1982, August).   Cultural and Individual Causes of Aggression Against Women .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1982, August).  Violent Pornography, Feminism and Social Learning Theory . Paper presented at the Bi-Annual meetings of the Interna­tional Society for Research on Ag­gres­sion, Mexico City.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1982, October).   Aggressive Media, Culture, and Individual Differen­ces . 

Paper   presented at the Meetings of the Society of Experimental Social Psychologists, Bloomington, IN.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1981, May).   Ex­perimental Research on Sexual Aggressivity .  Paper presented at the Third National Con­ference on the Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Aggressives, Avila, CA.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1981, June).  Sexual Arousal to Rape: The Importance of Ambiguous Social Cues .  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Psychological Association,

            Toron­to.

 

Briere, J., Malamuth, N., & Check, J.   (1981, June).  Sexual Attitudes and Pro-Rape Beliefs .  Paper presen­ted at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Psycholo­gical As­sociation, Toronto.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1981, June).   Rape Attitudes and Sexual Arousal as Predictors of Non-Deviants' Aggression Against Women   Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto.

 

Check, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1981, August).  Can Ex­posure to Pornography Have Positive Effects?   Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

           

Malamuth, N.  (1981, August).   Rape Proclivity Among Men .  Paper presented at the

Annual Conven­tion of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

 

Briere, J., & Malamuth, N.  (1981, August).  Self-Ass­essed Rape Proclivity: At­titudinal Correlates . Paper presented at the Annual Con­vention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1981, August).  The Effects of Exposure to Aggressive Por­nography: Rape Proclivity, Sexual Arousal and Beliefs in Rape Myths.   Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1980, Septem­ber).  Effects of Violent-Sexual Movies: A Field Experiment . Paper presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1980, July).   Social Psychological Re­search on Sexual Violence in The Mass Media . Paper presented at the Bi-Annual Meeting of the Inter­national Society for Research on Aggression, Haren, The Netherlands.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1980, July).   Recent Advances in Ex­perimental Research on Sexual Violence: Implications for Research and Therapy .  Paper presented at the World Con­gress on Behavior Therapy, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Malamuth, N., Reisin, I., & Spinner, B.   (1979, Sept­ember).  Exposure to Pornog­raphy and Reactions to Rape .  Paper presented at the Annual Convention Convention of the American Psychological Association, New York City.

 

Malamuth, N., & Check, J.  (1979, June).  Penile Tum­escence and Perceptual Respon­ses to Rape as a Fun­ction of Victim's Perceived Reactions .  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological As­sociation, Quebec City, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1979, May).   Rape Fantasies as a Func­tion of Repeated Exposure to Sexual Violence . Paper presented at The Second National Con­ference on the Treatment of Sexual Aggres­sives, New York City.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1979, March).   Experimental Research on Sexual Violence .  Paper presented at the 11th Annual Banff Behavior Modification Conference, Banff, Canada.

 

Malamuth, N.  (1978, Septem­ber).   Erotica, Aggression and Perceived Appropriateness .  Paper presented at the Annual Conven­tion of The American Psychological As­sociation, Toronto, Canada.

 

REFERENCES

            Available upon request.