Alcohol Consumption, Impulsivity, and Living Situation in Relation to Sexual Assault on College Campuses

by Kaelyn Randall
The current study examines how alcohol consumption, impulsiveness, and living situation may influence the likelihood of experiencing sexual assault. To examine the relationship between predictor variables and whether or not victimization has occurred a logistic regression analysis has been utilized. A Chi-Square assessed the relationship between living situation and victimization. Results indicated that there is a significant relationship between residing in Greek housing and sexual victimization (X2(2, n=14)=6.04, p= .049).
Exhibition Category: 
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Exhibition Format: 
Oral Presentation
Faculty Sponsor: 
Wilson Brown
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