Supplemental materials – October 2016

Posters and Presentations

Students are indicated in blue type. Links at right lead to poster or presentation documents.

Belief in unknowability of the opposite sex / sexual coerciveness
(Student-coauthored poster at APS 2016) Rogers, D.L., DeChard, K.A., & Belz, R.A. (2016, May). Belief in the unknowability of the opposite sex: Associations with sexual coerciveness. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.


Implicit theories and sexual aggression
(presentation at SCCR 2016)Rogers, D.L. (2016, February). Implicit theories: Do “deep” culture-bound constructs drive sexual aggression? Paper presented at the convention of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Portland, OR.


Belz & Kinney, 2016
(Student-mentored poster at SRCE, 2016. Modified, with new data and updated analyses, from original version presented at WPUPC, Erie, PA)Belz, R.A., Kinney, E.J., & Rogers, D.L. (2016, April). A reanalysis of measuring sexual aggression-related implicit theories: Belief in the unknowability of the opposite sex. Poster presented at the annual Fredonia Student Research and Creativity Exposition. Fredonia, NY.
 

Butler, 2016
(Student-mentored poster at SRCE, 2016. Modified, with minor changes, from original version presented at WPUPC, Erie, PA)Butler, S.F. & Rogers, D.L. (2016, April). Benevolent sexism and caballerismo predicting rape myth acceptance, and mediation by belief in a just world. Poster presented at the annual Fredonia Student Research and Creativity Exposition. Fredonia, NY.
 

Kunkes & DeChard, 2016
(Student-mentored poster at SRCE, 2016. Modified, with new data and updated analyses, from original version presented at WPUPC, Erie, PA.)Dechard, K. & Kunkes, T. (2016, April). Effects of Race and Gender on Perceptions of Intelligence and Aggression. Poster presented at the annual Fredonia Student Research and Creativity Exposition. Fredonia, NY.
 

Park, Kozuch, & Wertel, 2016
(Student-mentored poster at SRCE, 2016. Modified, with minor changes, from original version presented at WPUPC, Erie, PA.)Park, B., Kozuch, T., & Wertel, J. (2016, April). The dark tetrad personality traits in predicting sexual coercion and aggression in female students. Poster presented at the annual Fredonia Student Research and Creativity Exposition. Fredonia, NY.
 

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Notes
SRCE: Fredonia Student Research and Creativity Exposition
WPUPC: Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Poster Competition