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Neil Malamuth [Edit Page]

Professor

Interdisciplinary


Contact Information

Office: 2303 Rolfe Hall

Phone: x68868

E-mail: nmalamut@ucla.edu



Research and Teaching Interests

Prediction and Causes of Sexual Aggression, Mass Media Effects; Sexually Explicit Media; Evolutionary Psychology; Integrating Multiple Disciplinary Approaches to Research.


Biosketch/Curriculum Vitae

Neil Malamuth's Curriculum Vitae


Publications

Neil Malamuth's Publications  pdf icon

Representative Publications

2008 - 2012

   

  • Malamuth, N. M., Hald, G. M.,, & Koss, M.  (2012).  Pornography,   individual differences in risk and men's acceptance of violence against women in a representative sample.  Sex Roles, 66, 427-439.
  • Hald, G.M., Malamuth, N.M., & Yuen, C.  (2010)  Pornography and attitudes supporting violence against women:  Revisiting the relationship in nonexperimental studies,  Aggressive Behavior, 36, 14-20.
  • Hunter, J. A., Figueredo, A. J., & Malamuth, N. M.  (2010). Developmental pathways into social and sexual deviance.  Journal of Family Violence, 25, 141-148.
  • Kingston, D. A., Malamuth, N., Fedoroff, P., & Marshall, W.  (2009).  The importance of individual differences in pornography use:  Theoretical perspectives and implications for treating offenders. Journal of Sex Research, 46, 216-232
  • Hald, M., & Malamuth, N.  (2008).  Self-perceived effects of pornography in representative sample of the Danish population.  Archives of Sexual Behavior. 37, 614-625.
  • Malamuth, N. & Huppin, M. (2008).   Drawing the line on virtual child pornography:  Bringing the law in line with the research evidence.  New York University Review of Law and Social Change. 31 773-827.
  • Hald, M., & Malamuth, N.  (2008).  Self-perceived effects of pornography in a representative sample of the Danish population.  Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37, 614-625.


2005-07


Malamuth, N. & Huppin, M. (2007).   Drawing the line on virtual child pornography:  Bringing the law in line with the research evidence.  New York University Review of Law and Social Change, 31, 773-827.

Vega, V., & Malamuth, N.  (2007).  The role of pornography in the context of general and specific risk factors.  Aggressive Behavior, 33, 104-117.

Malamuth, N.  Pitpitan, E. V. (2007). The effects of pornography are moderated by men’s sexual aggression risk.  In David .E.  Guinn (Ed.) Pornography: Driving the Demand for International Sex Trafficking? (pp. 125-143). Los Angeles: Captive Daughters Media.

Hunter, J. A., Figueredo, A. J.,.Malamuth, N.,. &  Becker, J (2007).  Emotional empathy as a moderator and mediator of non-sexual delinquency in juvenile sexual offenders. Journal of Family  Violence, 22, 43-54.

Malamuth, N.,  Huppin, M.  & Bryant, P.   (2005).  Sexual coercion.  In D. Buss (Ed.)  Evolutionary psychology handbook. (pp.394-418). New York:  Wiley.
              
Malamuth, N., & Huppin, M.  (2005). Pornography and teenagers: The importance of individual differences.  Adolescent Medicine, 16, 315-326.

Malamuth, N., Linz, D., & Yao, M.   (2005). The Internet and aggression:  Motivation, disinhibitory and opportunity aspects.  In Y. Amichai-Hamburger (Ed.)  The social net:  Understanding human behavior in cyberspace. (pp. 163-190). Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Link to PDFs of Selected Publications (prior to 2008)

Faculty Awards