Papers, Presentations, Posters

 

Belief in unknowability of the opposite sex / sexual coerciveness (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.

 

Women as fundamentally unknowable (poster at APS 2015)

Rogers, D.L., Catache, C., Espinosa, J.C., & Peña Euresti, I. (2015, May). Implicit theories—women as fundamentally unknowable and just world beliefs—predict rape-supportive attitudes. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

 

Development of the Semantic Inconsistency Scale (poster at 2013 SWPA)

Cervantes, E., Stegall, Sarah E., & Rogers, D.L. (2013, April). Development of a public-domain measure of random responding. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Fort Worth, TX.

SIS presentation at the UTPA ARC (Edinburg, TX)

Cervantes, E., Stegall, Sarah E., & Rogers, D.L. (2013, April). Development of a public-domain measure of random responding. Presentation at the University of Texas-Pan American Annual Research Conference, Edinburg, TX.

SWPA files:

ARC files:

PowerPoint file

Victim & perpetrator labeling affect perceived helpfulness of actions following sexual abuse (Poster at 2013 SWPA)

Esquivel, E., Martínez, G., Stegall, S.E., Calderón Galassi, M., & Rogers, D.L. (2013, April). Victim and perpetrator labeling influence perceived helpfulness of actions following sexual abuse. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Fort Worth, TX.

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