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Posted Nov. 14, 2008

Victoria Farlow
Staff Writer

Patricia Long, associate professor of psychology, finds sexual violence not only an interesting research topic but also a problem across college campuses.

“Sexual violence is prevalent on college campuses,” Long said. “This study is important in figuring out what we can do to prevent it.”

Long presented her research at the fifth annual Faculty Research and Professional Activity Day in Wilson Library on Nov. 6.

For her presentation, “Personality Variables Related to Sexual Assault and Rape Perpetration by College Men,” Long studied a group of 521 male participants at Oklahoma State University and the University of La Verne to learn more about sexual violence and the individual characteristics of sex offenders.

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