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Finally, in order to effectively guide intervention targets, it will be important to know if situational contexts influence sexual perception by shifting decision criteria or by reducing sensitivity. Yet, it is also clear that the two variables do covary to some extent. Several plausible interpretations of the relationship have been posited. This dismissal of misperception certainly could explain studies that report an association between self-reported sexual misperception and self-reported sexual coercion.

However, if the relationship is indeed spurious, then the relationship should emerge only in studies that rely on self-report and not in those research programs that rely on performances measures of sexual perception.

This is not the case. If we do not dismiss the relationship between sexual misperception and sexual coercion, there seem to be at least three plausible narratives linking the two.

If a man is making a judgment about consent without prior reason to believe his partner is sexually interested, he may be quite likely to decode non-consent accurately from these ambiguous cues and discontinue sexual advances e. However, consider the situation faced by an inaccurate male partner who mistakenly has decoded sexual interest earlier in the interaction. These men may believe that the sexual coercion that they perpetrate is seduction.

In sum, the context of mis perceived sexual interest may influence gravely the crucially important step of decoding sexual consent, which in turn may lead to the perpetration of sexual violence. In this case, prior misperception of sexual interest may increase the expectation that a partner will respond to sexual advances with consent.

When a sexually coercive man instead receives and accurately decodes non-consent cues from his partner, this unexpected outcome may seem arbitrary and hostile. Given that he believed that her behavior indicated interest, the new information that she will not consent to a sexual encounter may be interpreted as a deliberately antagonistic choice. In this second interpretation of the link between sexual misperception and sexual violence, the context of early misperception of sexual intent serves to change the interpretation of the motives behind non-consent.

Of course, even in this situation, while many men may respond with frustration, most will not subsequently choose aggression. However, a sub-group of men, who are predisposed to react to frustration with aggression due to other individual-difference variables Berkowitz, , may choose to aggress against the object of their frustration, in this case, their partner. Given that the context of the frustration is sexual, it should be expected that the form of aggression also will be sexual.

Finally, the association between sexual misperception and sexual coercion may be quite simple. Similarly, men who are generally heterosocially unskilled may have skills deficits that cut across decoding of interest as well as consent. That is, it may be that skill in decoding early interest is not independent of skill in decoding later consent. The two may covary, and thus, create a relationship secondary to an underlying general skills deficit.

Sexual aggression is a multi-determined phenomenon, with many paths leading to the same behavior. As such, the suggestions posited above as plausible explanations for the relationship between sexual misperception and aggression are not mutually exclusive from other pathways to the behavior. For many sexually aggressive men, sexual misperception may be entirely irrelevant to perpetration e.

And among those men for whom it is relevant, it may be related in different ways. That is, the context of early sexual misperception may cause dismissal of non-consent as merely token resistance for some men; while for other sexually aggressive men, sexual misperception may not interfere with accurate decoding of consent, but nonetheless creates a context in which non-consent is viewed as purposely inciting frustration, and thus, justifying violence.

Sexual coercion prevention efforts may take two primary forms — targeted intervention with high-risk men or blanket approaches covering entire populations. Large programs designed to target all men have been popular on college campuses. Early sexual aggression theories classified all men as potential perpetrators McKinnon, , and some have indicated that the rate of sexual coercion among college students calls for universal prevention efforts Abbey et al. In the future, it will be important to increase efforts in the basic-science sector to further the understanding of the etiology of sexual coercion in order to better direct the form of intervention.

The evidence supporting the link between sexual misperception and sexual coercion points to one marker of risk and potential pathway to negative behavior. By pursuing this direction in order to more fully understand processing mechanisms leading to the observed perceptual errors, we may develop the necessary knowledge to direct the form of prevention more precisely.

For example, theoretical interpretations of dissimilar perception of sexual interest by non-coercive and coercive men have included both differences in sensitivity between the groups, perhaps reflecting a genuine inability to discriminate friendliness from sexual interest, as well as differences in decisional thresholds between the groups, such that coercive men require fewer impelling cues before assuming a woman is signaling sexual interest.

By employing performance-based, cognitive modeling techniques, Farris et al. This type of evidence may help to direct prevention programs to focus on skill building within the realm of affect recognition, rather than increasing the decisional boundary for identifying sexual interest. Allowing basic science to catch up with prevention program design may provide program developers with the data necessary to pinpoint the mechanisms supporting and leading to sexually coercive behavior, and therefore, provide a better hope of developing an effective prevention program.

Not all men are prone to sexual misperception, and among those who are, most will not respond to misperception of sexual intent with aggression against their partners. The thread connecting misperception of sexual intent and sexual aggression provides one marker of risk that may serve to identify those men for whom intervention is most critical.

Once identified, one element of a comprehensive prevention program might focus on decreasing the risk of sexual aggression by reducing the incidence of sexual misperception, or in the event that sexual misperception does occur, by breaking the link between sexual misperception and aggression.

To do so, one approach would introduce didactic material designed to modify problematic decisional criteria or enhance sensitivity into current presentations provided by existing prevention programs.

Given the developed infrastructure for these efforts, this would be a relatively simple and low-cost alternative. Thousands of college men already are served by these programs, and information regarding the risk of sexual misperception could be easily integrated into existing psychoeducational formats. If basic research suggests that the overuse of the sexual interest category is due to a liberal threshold for labeling sexual interest, the relative payoff structure for correctly detecting sexual interest versus incorrectly assuming that a woman is sexually interested when she intended to convey only friendliness a false alarm may need to be shifted.

A liberal threshold reflects a preference for mistakes that are false alarms mistakenly calling a friendly woman sexually interested over misses failing to detect a woman who is sexually interested. An intervention may consist of urging a man to shift his criterion by placing greater value on false alarms than misses.

If false alarms increase the risk of sexual aggression and associated social and legal consequences, then it may be possible to retrain high-risk men to trade detection of some sexually interested women for safety from false detections. In may also be possible to do so within the lecture or video formats currently favored in sexual-assault prevention programs.

This type of non-verbally mediated strategy could be developed either to re-shape decision boundaries or to enhance sensitivity, depending on person-specific deficits. Individualized treatment offers the advantage of personalized assessment of accuracy in decoding sexual interest. Access to normative performance on similar tasks would allow clinicians to compare the performance of an individual to the performance of his peers.

For example, among alcohol users, review of drinking behavior relative to population norms has proved to be an effective tool in motivating and creating change.

Roughly speaking, this might consist of repeated trials in which an image of a same-aged female peer is presented, judgments of sexual interest or friendliness are scored incorrect or correct based on normative peer consensus, and performance is retrained to meet a criterion. Alternatively, if overuse of the sexual interest category is due to a liberal threshold for labeling sexual interest, the relative payoff structure for correct detections of sexual interest versus false alarms may need to be shifted, as discussed above.

Whether directed retraining of social perception will reduce sexual misperception, and whether reduced sexual misperception will impact the real target of sexual coercion, remains largely speculative. Nonetheless, the available literature indicates that sexual misperception is a sensible intervention target. Future research will need to provide the evidence as to whether a sensible target is indeed a malleable and effective target, and whether it provides added utility as an additional component to a comprehensive intervention program.

It appears safe to conclude that men are likely to perceive a female target to be displaying more sexual interest than women will perceive in her display, and that some situational factors will increase further estimates of sexual interest. The evidence indicates that some, if not most, of the gender difference can be attributed to a sub-group of men high in risk factors for sexual coercion.

Indeed, sexually coercive men perceive more sexual interest in female targets than non-aggressive men, and this misperception of intent may provide the context in which to situate later decisions to aggress against a dating partner. These conclusions do not represent a finale to a research literature. Rather they provide only a preliminary foundation on which to build. Currently, little is known about the origin of errors in sexual perception.

Alternatively, if social processes or individual learning histories are responsible for misperception and sexual coercion, intervention and prevention strategies may employ behavioral and cognitive intervention designed to replace or change early learning.

Future research investigating questions of origin, motivation to change, and response to intervention may exert a direct and important influence on applied prevention strategies. Returning to the primary findings regarding sexual misperception, the conclusions specified have been built upon a measurement strategy that involves comparing group means, which unfortunately does not allow important theoretical questions regarding the source of the errors to be answered.

Although we can be relatively confident that men and women differ in their perception of sexual interest, and that sexually coercive and non-coercive men also differ, we are unable currently to be sure of the source of these discrepancies.

Whether it lies within the realm of insensitivity to affect category distinctions or represents decisional bias is largely unexplored. In the future, it may be important to focus on forms of measurement and research designs that can begin to explicate this question. For example, shifting to performance-based perception measures and asking participants to complete the large number of trials necessary to establish reliable estimates of skill would carry the advantage of allowing access to the computational models of simple perception developed by cognitive scientists.

Perhaps by moving away from describing observed differences between coercive and non-coercive men, and toward a description of underlying processes, we will better understand the precise form of perceptual errors that lead to sexual misperception, which in turn will allow a more studied approach to intervention development. By creating the basic-science foundation to sexual aggression etiology, applied efforts may meet with more success. Understanding errors in sexual perception ultimately may play an important role in reducing the incidence of sexual aggression.

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Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Clin Psychol Rev. See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Introduction Sexual bargaining is a complicated, dynamic social process by which potential partners communicate interest or lack of interest in pursuing a sexual relationship with each other. Measurement issues The measurement strategies common in investigations of gender differences in perception of sexual intent are often directly translated into investigations of sexual coercion.

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