Affiliation: University of Central Lancashire
- Sex differences in social behavior. Are the social role and evolutionary explanations compatible?J Archer
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, England
Am Psychol 51:909-17. 1996..It is concluded that evolutionary theory accounts much better for the overall pattern of sex differences and for their origins. A coevolutionary approach is proposed to explain cross-cultural consistency in socialization patterns...
- Sex differences in beliefs about aggression: opponent's sex and the form of aggressionJ Archer
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, UK
Br J Soc Psychol 38:71-84. 1999..As in previous studies, instrumental and expressive beliefs were relatively independent of one another. The position that the beliefs represent rhetorical devices is assessed in the light of these findings...
- Sex differences in aggression between heterosexual partners: a meta-analytic reviewJ Archer
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom
Psychol Bull 126:651-80. 2000..Wider variations are discussed in terms of two conflicting norms about physical aggression to partners that operate to different degrees in different cultures...
- Sex differences in physical aggression to partners: a reply to Frieze (2000), O'Leary (2000), and White, Smith, Koss, and Figueredo (2000)J Archer
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom
Psychol Bull 126:697-702. 2000....
- The influence of victim gender and sexual orientation on judgments of the victim in a depicted stranger rapeM Davies
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
Violence Vict 16:607-19. 2001..Results are discussed in relation to the feminist analysis of victim blame, and blame toward male rape victims. Implications for support services, particularly of male victims, are also considered...