Making Campuses Safer

Discusses psychologist-designed programs that are showing some success at preventing sexual assault on college campuses, while acknowledging that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. The article reports on actions taken to reduce sexual assaults, how some schools are teaching resistance, creating change to social norms, and implementation challenges. 

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