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Sex Roles

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Correction to: Objectification and System Justification Impact Rape Avoidance Behaviors

  • Leanna J. Papp
  • Mindy J. ErchullEmail author
Correction

Correction to: Sex Roles (2017) 76: 110–120

  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-016-0660-8

The correlation table (Table 1) erroneously listed the N as 160; n for correlations (using pairwise deletion) ranged between 279 and 293 and is now included in the table. Two rounding errors and one typographical error were made in recording the correlations between sexual objectification and benevolent sexism (r(291) = .09, ns), general belief in a just world and rape myth acceptance (r(284) = .46, p < .001), and general belief in a just world and rape avoidance behaviors (r(293) = .14, p < .05). These errors do not impact the direction, effect size, or statistical significance of the correlations, nor do they change the overarching results or conclusions of the study.
Table 1

Descriptive statistics and correlations among study variables

Variables

M (SD)

Actual range

Possible range

1

2

3

4

5

6

1. Sexual objectification

2.62 (.75)

1–4.73

1–5

     

2. Benevolent sexism

2.64 (1.16)

0–5

0–5

.09

n = 291

    

3. Gender-specific system justification

5.29 (1.39)

1–9

1–9

−.04

n = 284

.49***

n = 286

   

4. Personal belief in a just world

4.22 (.83)

1–6

1–6

.01

n = 287

.38***

n = 289

.57***

n = 283

  

5. General belief in a just world

3.82 (.99)

1–6

1–6

.07

n = 290

.54***

n = 292

.62***

n = 286

.70***

n = 289

 

6. Rape myth acceptance

2.77 (1.42)

1–7

1–7

.39***

n = 282

.48***

n = 284

.32***

n = 279

.27***

n = 282

.46***

n = 284

7. Rape avoidance behaviors

288.11 (65.24)

45–414

0–414

−.03

n = 291

.22***

n = 293

.04

n = 287

.11

n = 290

.14*

n = 293

−.05

n = 285

Note. Pairwise deletion used. Higher scores indicate greater endorsement of the construct measured

*p < .05. ** p < .01. *** p < .001

The authors regret these errors.

Notes

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Mary WashingtonFredericksburgUSA
  2. 2.Department of Psychological ScienceUniversity of Mary WashingtonFredericksburgUSA

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