- Social perception of rape: how rape myth acceptance modulates the influence of situational factorsBettina Frese
University of Granada, Spain
J Interpers Violence 19:143-61. 2004..That is, the less stereotypic the rape situation was, the greater was the influence of attitudes toward rape on attributions...
- It's for your own good: benevolent sexism and women's reactions to protectively justified restrictionsMiguel Moya
Department of Psychology, Universidad de Granada, Espana
Pers Soc Psychol Bull 33:1421-34. 2007..By fusing benevolence with dominance, protective paternalism can lead women (especially those who are high on benevolent sexism) to accept restrictions...
- [When power is undeserved: its effects on perception and social judgements]Rosa Rodríguez-Bailón
Facultad de Psicologia, Universidad de Granada, Spain
Psicothema 18:194-9. 2006..We interpret our findings in light of the larger literature suggesting an impact of illegitimacy on people's attempts to rationalize and justify their position as well as to perpetuate the existing social arrangement...
- Exposure to sexist humor and rape proclivity: the moderator effect of aversiveness ratingsMónica Romero-Sánchez
Facultad de Psicologia, University of Granada, Granada, Spain
J Interpers Violence 25:2339-50. 2010..However, exposure to sexist humor affects rape proclivity only when aversiveness shown to this type of humor is low. The results are discussed in the light of the prejudiced norm theory...