Development and validation of the endorsement of the hookup culture index.

  title={Development and validation of the endorsement of the hookup culture index.},
  author={Jennifer Stevens Aubrey and Siobhan E Smith},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  volume={50 5},
Although researchers have examined the predictors and outcomes of the behavioral aspect of "hooking up," typically defined as casual, commitment-free sexual encounters, research has not yet examined the extent to which young people endorse the culture associated with hooking up. Based on the argument that there is a set of understood rules and assumptions associated with hooking up, this article describes the development of an instrument to measure college students' endorsement of the hookup… CONTINUE READING
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