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Vol 5, No 2 (2007)
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Sense of coherence, quality and stability of students’ intimate relationships

Anna Gulczyńska, Barbara Jankowiak
Seksuologia Polska 2007;5(2):66-70.

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Vol 5, No 2 (2007)
Prace oryginalne (nadesłane)
Published online: 2007-09-07

Abstract


Introduction. The aim of this study is to investigate how the sense of coherence corelates with the sexual activity and emotions it may induce.
Material and methods. The research was carried on students of part time studies. The group consisted of 80 students. An annonymous questionnaire research was carried in June 2005. The applied methods included: “Sense of Coherence Questionnaire”, ITAS - Scale constructed to investigate into positive emotions and Questionnaire for Testing Sexual Activity - developed solely for the purpose of this study
Results. Sense of coherence corelate with quality and stability in students’ intimate relationships as well as with sexual satisfaction. The results confirme the corelations beetewn sexual satysfaction and such dimensions like quality and stability.
Conclusions. The results indicates that sence of coherence is a main condition in terms of intimate relationships. The impact on relation is mainly due to quality, stabitity and sexual satisfaction. The Antonovsky theory said, that sence of coherence is an individual potenction. In conclusion, this individual deposits can be used in terms of intimate relationships. The statistically analized results indicate, that sense of coherence enable the happily sexual relation.

Abstract


Introduction. The aim of this study is to investigate how the sense of coherence corelates with the sexual activity and emotions it may induce.
Material and methods. The research was carried on students of part time studies. The group consisted of 80 students. An annonymous questionnaire research was carried in June 2005. The applied methods included: “Sense of Coherence Questionnaire”, ITAS - Scale constructed to investigate into positive emotions and Questionnaire for Testing Sexual Activity - developed solely for the purpose of this study
Results. Sense of coherence corelate with quality and stability in students’ intimate relationships as well as with sexual satisfaction. The results confirme the corelations beetewn sexual satysfaction and such dimensions like quality and stability.
Conclusions. The results indicates that sence of coherence is a main condition in terms of intimate relationships. The impact on relation is mainly due to quality, stabitity and sexual satisfaction. The Antonovsky theory said, that sence of coherence is an individual potenction. In conclusion, this individual deposits can be used in terms of intimate relationships. The statistically analized results indicate, that sense of coherence enable the happily sexual relation.
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Keywords

sense of coherence; positive emotions; sexual activity; sexual behaviour; students

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Title

Sense of coherence, quality and stability of students’ intimate relationships

Journal

Seksuologia Polska (Polish Sexology)

Issue

Vol 5, No 2 (2007)

Pages

66-70

Published online

2007-09-07

Bibliographic record

Seksuologia Polska 2007;5(2):66-70.

Keywords

sense of coherence
positive emotions
sexual activity
sexual behaviour
students

Authors

Anna Gulczyńska
Barbara Jankowiak

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