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Social, Emotional, and Relational Distinctions in Patterns of Recent Masturbation Among Young Adults:

  title={Social, Emotional, and Relational Distinctions in Patterns of Recent Masturbation Among Young Adults:},
  author={Mark Regnerus and D. Gordon},
3 Introduction 3 Demographic and Social Patterns in Previous Masturbation Estimates 4 Masturbation and Emotional Well-Being 5 Analytic Approach: Data, Measures, and Methods 6 Data Source 6 Measures and Analytic Approach 7 Results 8 Masturbation and Recent Sexual Intercourse 10 Masturbation and Emotion Wellbeing 11 Multivariate Analyses 12 Discussion 14 What Seems Stable 14 What May Be Changing 15 Conclusion 15 References 16 Table 1: Unweighted Summary Statistics by Gender 18 Males 18 Females 18… Expand

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