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Making decisions about sexual intercourse: capturing college students' policies

, : Making decisions about sexual intercourse: capturing college students' policies. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 19(1): 101-120

Policy capturing was used to assess the cues that affect college students' decisions about whether to engage in sexual intercourse. Participants read a series of scenarios describing a potential sexual encounter between the participant and a hypothetical date.

Accession: 002889224

DOI: 10.1207/s15324834basp1901_8

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