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Vol 8, No 1 (2010)
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Published online: 2010-08-04
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Sex (gender) differentiation of love types experiencing

Konstantinos Tsirigotis, Wojciech Gruszczyński, Marta Tsirigotis-Wołoszczak
Seksuologia Polska 2010;8(1):26-29.

open access

Vol 8, No 1 (2010)
Prace oryginalne (nadesłane)
Published online: 2010-08-04

Abstract

Introduction. In the development of the positive attitudes toward others, erotic love is the highest stage and the most perfect form of interpersonal relationships, including a psychological and physical unity. The aim of this work was assess of intensity of young women and men experiencing of the particular types of love.
Material and methods. The study population consisted of 567 studying young people (353 women and 214 men) (mean age: 20.15 years); the polish version of the “Love Attitudes Scale” by Hendricks, was used.
Results. As an outcome of the conducted researches it was found that there were statistical significant differences in the case of almost all the types of experienced love, except Agape. Moreover, women more intensively experience almost all the types of love except Ludus.
Conclusions. Women and men in various ways experience love. Women more intensively experience Eros, Storge, Pragma and Mania, but men more intensively experience Ludus.
Polish Sexology 2010; 8 (1): 26-29

Abstract

Introduction. In the development of the positive attitudes toward others, erotic love is the highest stage and the most perfect form of interpersonal relationships, including a psychological and physical unity. The aim of this work was assess of intensity of young women and men experiencing of the particular types of love.
Material and methods. The study population consisted of 567 studying young people (353 women and 214 men) (mean age: 20.15 years); the polish version of the “Love Attitudes Scale” by Hendricks, was used.
Results. As an outcome of the conducted researches it was found that there were statistical significant differences in the case of almost all the types of experienced love, except Agape. Moreover, women more intensively experience almost all the types of love except Ludus.
Conclusions. Women and men in various ways experience love. Women more intensively experience Eros, Storge, Pragma and Mania, but men more intensively experience Ludus.
Polish Sexology 2010; 8 (1): 26-29
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Keywords

love types; gender; sex

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Title

Sex (gender) differentiation of love types experiencing

Journal

Seksuologia Polska (Polish Sexology)

Issue

Vol 8, No 1 (2010)

Pages

26-29

Published online

2010-08-04

Bibliographic record

Seksuologia Polska 2010;8(1):26-29.

Keywords

love types
gender
sex

Authors

Konstantinos Tsirigotis
Wojciech Gruszczyński
Marta Tsirigotis-Wołoszczak

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