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Bergeron , S. (in press): Sexual coercion within mixed-sex couples: The roles of sexual motives, revictimization, and reperpetration . Journal of Sex Research . A. H. Buss

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Evolutionary perspectives on sexual coercion in human beings and other primates: The future of the rape debate

A review of Sexual Coercion in Primates and Humans: an Evolutionary Perspective on Male Aggression Against Females edited by M.N. Muller and R.W. Wrangham. Harvard University Press (2009), 504 pages, £40.95 ($55.00), ISBN: 0674033248 (hardback).

Author: Gillian R. Brown

, C. T. 2000 . A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion . MIT Press. Travis , C. B. 2003 . Evolution, Gender and Rape . MIT Press.

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Authors: Jannis Engel, Andrea Kessler, Maria Veit, Christopher Sinke, Ivo Heitland, Jonas Kneer, Uwe Hartmann and Tillmann H. C. Kruger

dysfunctional coping strategy, for example, to avoid negative affect or tension ( Reid, Carpenter, Spackman, & Willes, 2008 ). To date, there seems to be no clear connection between hypersexual behavior and sexual coercion. However, it was hypothesized that

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Psychological adaptation to sexual coercion in victims and offenders D M Buss N Malamuth Sex, power, conflict

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. J. , & McFall , R. M. ( 2008 b). Sexual coercion and the misperception of sexual intent . Clin Psychol Rev , 28 , 48 – 66 . Farris , C. , Viken , R. J. , & Treat , T. A. ( 2010 ). Perceived association between diagnostic and

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. Thornhill C. T. Palmer 2000 A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion MIT Press Cambridge

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Authors: Rebecca Sear, David W. Lawson and Thomas E. Dickins

A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion MIT Press Cambridge, MA . J. Tooby L

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Authors: Daniela Peluso, Emily Sinclair, Beatriz Labate and Clancy Cavnar

). Exploring definitions and prevalence of verbal sexual coercion and its relationship to consent to unwanted sex: Implications for affirmative consent standards on college campuses . Behavioral Sciences, 8 ( 8 ), 69 . doi: 10.3390/bs8080069 10.3390/bs8080069

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