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Universal sex differences in the desire for sexual variety: tests from 52 nations, 6 continents, and 13 islands.
Findings from a cross-cultural survey of 16,288 people across 10 major world regions demonstrate that sex differences in the desire for sexual variety are culturally universal throughout these world regions.
Patterns and Universals of Adult Romantic Attachment Across 62 Cultural Regions
As part of the International Sexuality Description Project, a total of 17,804 participants from 62 cultural regions completedthe RelationshipQuestionnaire(RQ), a self-reportmeasure of adult…
Female sexual dysfunction, sexual distress, and compatibility with partner.
The findings highlight the importance of addressing partner compatibility for successful treatment and counseling of female sexual dysfunctions and the associations between partner compatibility and female sexual function and sexual distress.
Patterns and universals of mate poaching across 53 nations: the effects of sex, culture, and personality on romantically attracting another person's partner.
It is concluded that human mate-poaching experiences are universally linked to sex, culture, and the robust influence of personal dispositions.
Premature and delayed ejaculation: genetic and environmental effects in a population-based sample of Finnish twins.
The results suggested moderate genetic influence on PE, but not on DE, and omission of the additive genetic component did not directly result in a significantly decreased model fit for the PE model.
Paraphilic Sexual Interests and Sexually Coercive Behavior: A Population-Based Twin Study
- Elena Baur, M. Forsman, P. Santtila, A. Johansson, K. Sandnabba, Niklas Långström
- PsychologyArchives of sexual behavior
- 11 January 2016
Self-report data on paraphilic and sexually coercive behavior from 5990 18- to 32-year-old male and female twins from a contemporary Finnish population cohort indicated that paraphilic behavior among young adults in the general population increases sexual offending risk.
Transcriptome analysis of genes and gene networks involved in aggressive behavior in mouse and zebrafish
- K. Malki, E. Du Rietz, M. Tosto
- Biology, PsychologyAmerican journal of medical genetics. Part B…
- 1 September 2016
This study compared gene expression profiles from a genetic mouse model of aggression with zebrafish, an animal model traditionally used to study aggression, to uncover genes consistently implicated in aggression across both studies.
Connections between experience, beliefs, scientific knowledge, and self-evaluated expertise among investigators of child sexual abuse in Finland.
- Katarina Finnilä-Tuohimaa, P. Santtila, M. Sainio, P. Niemi, K. Sandnabba
- PsychologyScandinavian journal of psychology
- 1 February 2005
The findings indicate that the education of CSA investigators should focus more on theoretical knowledge and decision-making processes as well as the role of pre-trial beliefs.
Alcohol and aggressive behavior in men–moderating effects of oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) polymorphisms
This is the first experimental study suggesting interactive effects of specific genetic variants and alcohol on aggressive behavior in humans and the interactive effects between alcohol and two of the OXTR polymorphisms were nominally significant and remained significant when controlled for multiple tests.
Acute effects of AMPA-type glutamate receptor antagonists on intermale social behavior in two mouse lines bidirectionally selected for offensive aggression