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Title

A Framekwork for Conceptualizing Reporting Bias and Its Antecedents in Interviews Assessing Human Sexuality

Authors

J Catania

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Journal Name

The Journal of Sex Research

Publication Date

1/1/1999

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Abstract

The present paper reviews conceptual models of self-presentation bias in interview situations that focus on
assessments of human sexuality. An heuristic framework is developed that synthesizes these models to
focus on self-presentation/self-disclosure bias as a function of emotional distress and threat to self-esteem,
both intermediate outcomes that are influenced by four general factors: Respondent, Interviewer, Task, and
Contextual. Empirical research within each of these four general factors is discussed, and areas for further
research are outlined.

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Topic

Behavior

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