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Citation

Ward RM, Matthews MR, Weiner J, Hogan KM, Popson HC. Am. J. Health Behav. 2012; 36(6): 746-756.

Affiliation

Miami University, Oxford, OH, USA. wardrm1@muohio.edu.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2012, PNG Publications)

DOI

10.5993/AJHB.36.6.3

PMID

23026034

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To establish a short measure of attitudes toward sexual consent in the context of alcohol consumption. METHODS: Using a multistage and systematic measurement development process, the investigators developed the Alcohol and Sexual Consent Scale using a sample of college students. RESULTS: The resulting 12-item scale, the Alcohol and Sexual Consent Scale, was examined across a variety of validation measures. The measure is related to alcohol consumption, sexual habits, and sexual victimization and/or perpetration. CONCLUSIONS: The Alcohol and Sexual Consent Scale can be used to serve as an outcome measure in sexual assault prevention programming.


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