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Journal of Counseling Psychology

1995 Volume 42, Number 4

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Number of articles: 1

  1. The Differential Effects of Rape Prevention Programming on Attitudes, Behavior, and Knowledge

    Mary J. Heppner

    Evaluates whether type of programming differentially affects the processing of rape prevention messages, attitudes, knowledge, behaviors, and stability of change. Participants (n=258) were assigned... More

    pp. 508-18

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