It’s Not Just the What but the How Informing Students about Campus Policies and Resources: How They Get the Message Matters

Examines the efficacy of different information delivery methods for campus sexual misconduct policy on first year college students. This study aims to determine if exposure to different messaging  increased students’ knowledge of the policy and campus resources.

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University of New Hampshire's Prevention Innovations Research Center
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