Hooking up and penetrative hookups: correlates that differentiate college men.

@article{Olmstead2013HookingUA,
  title={Hooking up and penetrative hookups: correlates that differentiate college men.},
  author={Spencer B. Olmstead and Kay Pasley and Frank D. Fincham},
  journal={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={573-83}
}
One prominent pathway to sexual intimacy among college student populations is hooking up. Past research has largely compared men and women, with limited attention given to how men differ regarding involvement in hookups and their hookup behaviors. This study used a sample of 412 college men to examine the individual, social, relational, and family background correlates of (1) hooking up during a semester and (2) penetrative hookup encounters (e.g., oral sex, intercourse). Overall, 69% reported… CONTINUE READING
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