Sociosexuality

A state of individual willingness to engage in sexual activity without having emotional ties to the sex partner
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Beyond global sociosexual orientations: A more differentiated look at sociosexuality and its effects on courtship and romantic relationships.
The Effects of Sex and Gender-Role Characteristics on Facets of Sociosexuality in Heterosexual Young Adults.
To measure attitudes towards casual sex, at T3 participants responded to the attitudinal subscale (3 items) of Simpson and Gangestad's (1991) measure of sociosexuality.
Lastly two intriguing contributions were also accepted for publication and these are on the role of estrogen deficiency in subarachnoid hemorrhage and the role of gender in sociosexuality of infidelity after traumatic brain injury.
2010) suggest that migration status may influence one's tendency to experience some CSREs, as native individuals across many countries show differences in levels of sociosexuality (i.
Sex Differences in Sex Drive, Sociosexuality, and Height across 53 Nations: Testing Evolutionary and Social Structural Theories.
Now or later: Peripartum shifts in female sociosexuality.
Sociosexuality from Argentina to Zimbabwe: A 48-nation study of sex, culture and strategies of human mating.
Studies premised on a sociosexuality perspective have shown one of the key problems a feminine man might face: the perception that he might not be able to meet the sexual needs of his female partner.
s study, sociosexuality was expected to have greater functional relevance to individuals because of its implications for reproduction and mate selection, and results confirmed that sociosexuality was judged more accurately than were the other traits.
Personality traits, cluster B personality disorders, and sociosexuality.