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«The Kobe Bryant Case Renae Franiuk Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois Jennifer L. Seefelt Sandy L. Cepress University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point ...»

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Renae Franiuk received her PhD in social psychology from the University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign.

She is an assistant professor of psychology at Aurora University in Aurora, Illinois. Her primary research areas include sexual assault and the media, perceptions of working and stay-at-home parents, and theories of romantic relationships.

Jennifer L. Seefelt recently completed her BA in psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. She is in the process of applying for graduate school, looking to get her PhD in social psychology and/or women’s studies.

Sandy L. Cepress completed her BA in psychology with a minor in sociology at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point in 2005. She now works at the Family Center, Inc., coordinating safe exchanges and supervised visitation between parents and children. She plans to attend graduate school for a degree in mental health counseling or social work.

Joseph A. Vandello is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of South Florida. His research is in the areas of cultural and social psychology. He is interested in how cultural norms about

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