Sex differences in jealousy : The case of Internet infidelity

@inproceedings{Groothof2009SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in jealousy : The case of Internet infidelity},
  author={Hinke A. K. Groothof and Pieternel Dijkstra and Dick P. H. Barelds},
  year={2009}
}
Studies investigating the events that elicit men’s and women’s jealousy consistently show that men’s jealousy, more than women’s jealousy, is triggered by a mate’s sexual infidelity, and women’s jealousy, more than men’s jealousy, is triggered by a mate’s emotional infidelity. Internet infidelity poses new challenges for modern couples. Therefore, the present study investigated men’s and women’s responses to emotional and sexual infidelity over the Internet. Results from both a student sample… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 27 references

Evolutionary psychology: The new science of the mind (3rd ed.)

  • D. M. Buss
  • 2008
Highly Influential
10 Excerpts

The impact of compulsive cybersex behaviours on the family

  • J. P. Schneider
  • Sexual and Relationship Therapy,
  • 2003
Highly Influential
5 Excerpts

Internet infidelity: A case of intimacy with detachment

  • V. S. Millner
  • The Family Journal,
  • 2008
1 Excerpt

A social cognitive evolutionary approach to jealousy; The automatic evaluation of one’s romantic rivals

  • A. P. Buunk, K. Massar, P. Dijkstra
  • 2007

From adolescence to later adulthood: Femininity, masculinity, and androgyny in six age groups

  • J. Strough, J. P. Leszczynski, T. L. Neely, J. A. Flinn, J. Margrett
  • Sex Roles,
  • 2007

Internet infidelity: A critical review of the literature

  • K. M. Hertlein, F. P. Piercy
  • The Family Journal,
  • 2006
1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…