Voyeurism

@article{Rye2019Voyeurism,
  title={Voyeurism},
  author={Barbara J. Rye and Glenn J. Meaney},
  journal={International Journal of Sexual Health},
  year={2019},
  volume={19},
  pages={47 - 56}
}
Abstract To determine whether “normal” people would engage in voyeurism, a sample of university students was asked to report whether they would watch an attractive person undressing or two attractive people having sex in hypothetical situations. Chance of being caught was manipulated (i.e., 0,10, or 25%). Participants reported a willingness to watch an attractive person undress if they would not be caught. Fewer participants (more males than females) reported a willingness to watch sexual… 
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