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Citation

Malamuth NM, Thornhill NW. Aggressive Behav. 1994; 20(3): 185-193.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1994, International Society for Research on Aggression, Publisher John Wiley and Sons)

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Abstract

This study assessed the ability of certain variables to predict which men would be more domineering in conversations with a woman and/or with a man. The variables included men's self-reported sexually aggressive behavior and several components comprising a personality profile labeled 'Hostile Masculinity' As expected, these variables successfully predicted domineering behavior toward the female but not toward the male. These findings supported theories hypothesizing that men's desire to control women and men's antisocial behavior toward them are due to specific rather than to general factors (i.e., evolutionary and feminist theorizing)

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