The study also found that the men who went to bars and parties more often tended to have higher levels of impersonal sexual orientation
The researchers pointed out that a partner's life satisfaction may have important consequences for health and longevity
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Women of white ethnicity reported a higher number of sexual partners than women from other ethnic backgrounds.
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Study's co-author Sean Massey said, "Young adults who indicated they prefer casual sexual encounters over relationship sex were more likely to want affection and intimacy from them
The study examined what is known as hostile sexism, or the belief that women want to control men, in romantic relationships because the power dynamic is different from the workplace or other areas of life
According to the researchers, when touching others in a social context, for example kissing or hugging, people often have a lateral preference
The research has pointed out a connection between bad marriages and poor health.
The study also shows that sending longer messages to more desirable prospects may not be particularly helpful, though it's a common strategy
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A new study suggested that a mother's reaction to a father's early interactions with their baby may affect his parenting quality
Divorced participants were more likely than married participants to smoke and, as a result, had poorer lung function, which predicted early mortality, the study found
According to a study led by the University of California, in the beginning, long-term and short-term relationships may look more or less identical
A study has proved that black beats red as the colour of choice when it comes to finding new love
Peterson and colleagues studied this relationship among testosterone, age and chronic disease
The study involved 49 men in their twenties and was conducted in the safe space of a college laboratory. Of the 49 subjects, 29 received two alcoholic drinks to mildly intoxicate them, and the rest received pl...
Married couples with a household income of less than USD 60,000 per year had fewer depression symptoms than unmarried ones, according to a recent study
While current tools for harassment such as blocking users or filtering trigger words partially helps, a lot of online mistreatment is so subtle that an algorithm might not pick up on various cues
The research showed that people tend toward appeals that aren't simply more positive or negative but are infused with emotionality, even when they're trying to sway an audience that may not be receptive to suc...
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Men regret casual sex much less overall than women do, although it does happen, said the study published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences.
The study on the sharing of sexually explicit images, videos, or messages through electronic means among teenagers involved 110,380 participants
Women who are less attractive are more likely to have an extra-marital affair, while men are more likely to be unfaithful when their partners were less attractive, finds a study
If you are feeling emotional, you are more likely to embrace others from the left side than from the right, a study has found
Cycling, a popular choice of transportation, exercise, and leisure, may not be harmful for the sexual health and urinary function of males, finds a study