The most commonly used statistics about sexual assault and American college women show that 25% of female college students will be sexually assaulted; U.C. Davis professor of communication Michael Motley believes that at least some unwanted sexual contact is due to misunderstanding on the part of men — which he calls "faulty male introspection" — and unintentionally vague statements on the part of women. Motley said in a press release, "When she says, 'It's getting late,' he may hear, 'So let's skip the preliminaries.'" Motley performed an experiment where he gave 30 female and 60 male Davis students a questionnaire asking them to interpret "16 common female resistance messages." And his results may surprise you.