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Siblings, Friends, and Mates : Development of a Word-Pair Association Task to Measure Implicit Sexual Response to Different Relationship Partners

By Amanda Werner, Amber Fritsch and Jennifer L. Johnson

Abstract

Color poster with text and graphs.This study looked at theories of sexual attraction of men and women. Starting with a scenario of various relationships--opposite-sex sibling, romantic partner, or an opposite-sex friend--the sexual response of a word-pair association task was observed.University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Topics: Man-woman relationships, Language and languages--Sex differences, Thought and thinking--Sex differences, Posters
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:minds.wisconsin.edu:1793/62977

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