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Asexuality: Prevalence and associated factors in a national probability sample
  • A. F. Bogaert
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of sex research
  • 1 August 2004
I used data from a national probability sample (N > 18,000) of British residents to investigate asexuality, defined as having no sexual attraction to a partner of either sex. Approximately 1%(n =Expand
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Adult attachment and sexual behavior
The relations between adult attachment processes and sexuality were examined in a community sample of 792 young adults (327 men and 465 women) from the Niagara region of Canada. ParticipantsExpand
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Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Asexuality
Asexuality has been the subject of recent academic (A. F. Bogaert, 2004) and public (e.g., New Scientist; CNN) discourse. This has raised questions about the conceptualization and definition ofExpand
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Consensual Nonmonogamy: Psychological Well-Being and Relationship Quality Correlates
Consensually nonmonogamous relationships are those in which all partners explicitly agree that each partner may have romantic or sexual relationships with others (Conley, Ziegler, Moors, Matsick, &Expand
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On the association between sexual attraction and adolescent risk behavior involvement: Examining mediation and moderation.
On the basis of a large-scale survey of high-school youth, the authors compared adolescents reporting exclusively heterosexual, mostly heterosexual, bisexual, and predominately same-sex attractionExpand
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The Demography of Asexuality
Asexuality has begun to receive both academic (e.g., Bogaert 2004, 2006a, 2008; Prause and Graham 2007; Brotto et al. 2010; Poston and Baumle 2010) and public (e.g., New Scientist; Pagan WestfallExpand
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Predictors of university men's number of sexual partners
We examined the role of personality (e.g., hypermasculinity, sensation seeking) and physical individual differences (testosterone, physical attractiveness) in predicting university men's (N = 215)Expand
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Race differences in sexual behavior: Testing an evolutionary hypothesis
Abstract Population differences exist in personality and sexual behavior such that, in terms of restraint, Orientals > whites > blacks. This ordering is predicted from an evolutionary theory of r KExpand
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Birth Order and Sibling Sex Ratio in Homosexual and Heterosexual Non-White Men
  • A. F. Bogaert
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 1 October 1998
Researchers interested in the development of sexual orientation have investigated predominantly or exclusively White samples. To address this imbalance, the relations between sexual orientation andExpand
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Self-Objectification, Self-Esteem, and Gender: Testing a Moderated Mediation Model
The purpose of the present research was to test the mediating roles of body shame and appearance anxiety in the relation between self-surveillance and self-esteem; and to investigate whether genderExpand
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