John Lievens

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The dual control model proposes that there are individual differences in the propensity for sexual excitation and sexual inhibition. Research to date has considered the effect of age on these traits as a simple linear effect, and studies examining gender differences in age effects are lacking. There are, however, indications that the associations of age(More)
The dual control model of sexual response was developed to account for individual differences in sexual excitation and inhibition. According to this model, the balance between excitation and inhibition is of crucial importance in determining an individual's sexual response to a stimulus. In this study, we aimed to contribute to the existing literature on(More)
Social support refers to certain qualitative aspects in social contacts. Information about social support in surveys is usually collected through name generators and name interpreters. Here we use a faster way for asking questions on ego-centred social support-networks and propose a compact way for reducing this information. Our aim is to measure diversity(More)
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