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Men appear to interpret people's behaviors more sexually than do women. This finding, which has been replicated in scores of studies using a variety of methodological approaches, has been linked to important social concerns, including sexual assault and sexual harassment. This article provides a critical review of the published literature on gender differences in sexual intent perception, using selective examples to illustrate and summarize the field's major constructs, methodologies, anddoi:10.1111/j.1471-6402.2008.00456.x pmid:19763282 pmcid:PMC2744967 fatcat:pqbnour2trav7fywm4s6mt5vie