Neil Malamuth


Contact Information

Office  2327 Rolfe Hall
Phone  310-206-8868
I am an interdisciplinary social scientist who studies violence and conflict, including an emphasis on mass media effects.


Ph.D., Social Psychology & Personality, University of California, Los Angeles

M.A., Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles

 B.A., Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles


Hald, G. M., Malamuth, N., & Lange, T.  (in press).  Pornography and sexist attitudes among heterosexuals.  Journal of Communication.

 Malamuth, N.,  Linz, D., & Weber,  R.  (in press).  The Internet and aggression:  Motivation, disinhibitory, and opportunity aspects.  In Y. Amichai-Hamburger (Ed.).  The Social Net:  Understanding our online behavior.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.

Malamuth, N., Hald, G. M., & Koss, M. (2012).  Pornography, individual differences in risk and men‚s acceptance of violence against women in a representative sample.  Sex Roles, 66, 427-439.

Malamuth, N. & Huppin, M. (2007).   Drawing the line on virtual child pornography:  Bringing the law in line with the research evidence.  New York University Review of Law and Social Change. 31 773-827.  

Malamuth, N., & Huppin, M. (2005). Pornography and teenagers: The importance of individual differences.  Adolescent Medicine, 16, 315-326.

Malamuth, N.  (2003).  Criminal and non-criminal sexual aggressors:  Integrating psychopathy in a hierarchical-mediational confluence model.   In  R. A. Prentky, E. Janus, & M. Seto (Eds.),  Understanding and Managing Sexually Coercive Behavior.   Annals of the New York Academy  of Sciences, Vol. 989.  (pp.  33-58).  New York:  New York Academcy of Sciences