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Male and female subjects in a “computer dating” study completed a sexual experience questionnaire as well as attitudinal and experiential questionnaires. The degree of a subject's sexual experience was found to be related to interpersonal attraction, physical attractiveness, dating experience and attitudes regarding religious, moral and political issues. The sexual experiences for both sexes were demonstrated to be cumulative and follow a fixed pattern but the sequence of sexual experiences differed for males and females.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1975-01-01

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