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Suzanne L. Osman, Ph.D.
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Student Publications

  • Merwin, C. P. & Osman, S. L. (2017). Rape acknowledgment status and recency since rape as correlates of college women’s body shame. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 22, 242-249. 

  • Orth, R. L. & Osman, S. L. (2015). Perpetration experience and gender predicting empathy
    with a stranger or acquaintance rapist. Modern Psychological Studies, 21, 34-39.

  • Carcirieri, A. T. & Osman, S. L. (2012).  Examining body shame of college women by type of sexual victimization.  Modern Psychological Studies, 18, 1-5.

  • Carcirieri, A. T. & Osman, S. L. (2011).  Predicting body shame based on sexual victimization recency and frequency.  Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 16, 158-162.

  • Forrest, B. R. & Osman, S. L. (2011).  Hyperfemininity and body-related constructs.  Modern Psychological Studies, 16, 59-63.
  • Briggs, L. K. & Osman, S. L. (2010).  Types of victimization experienced by men and women that influence rape empathy.  Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 15, 30-33.
  • Okun, E. & Osman, S. L. (2006). The relationship between hypergender ideology and rape empathy among college students.  Modern Psychological Studies, 11, 20-25.
  • Guy, L. L. & Osman, S. L. (2005).  Relationships among body comfort level, sexual assertiveness, and frequency of sexual behavior in men and women.  Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 10, 28-31.
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