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Elliott, Lindsey; Knox, David – College Student Journal, 2016
A 64 item Internet questionnaire was completed by 381 undergraduates at a large southeastern university to assess taking chances in romantic relationships. Almost three fourths (72%) self-identified as being a "person willing to take chances in my love relationship." Engaging in unprotected sex, involvement in a "friends with…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Questionnaires, Interpersonal Relationship, Intimacy
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Freysteinsdóttir, Freydís Jóna; Skúlason, Sigurgrímur; Halligan, Caitlin; Knox, David – College Student Journal, 2014
Seven hundred and twenty-two undergraduates from a large southeastern university in the U.S. and 368 undergraduates from The University of Iceland in the Reykjavik, Iceland completed a 100 item Internet questionnaire revealing their (mostly white and 20-24 years old) attitudes on various relationship and sexual issues. Significant differences…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Questionnaires, Student Attitudes
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Halligan, Caitlin; Knox, David; Brinkley, Jason – College Student Journal, 2013
A 42 item Internet questionnaire was completed by 259 undergraduates at a large southeastern university designed to assess the degree to which individuals involved in abusive relationships would report that technology in the form of text messages, email, and Facebook would impair their ability to terminate the relationship. Almost sixty percent…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Online Surveys, Questionnaires, Computer Use
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Derby, Kelly; Knox, David; Easterling, Beth – College Student Journal, 2012
A 42 item Internet questionnaire was completed by 268 undergraduates at a large southeastern university to assess the frequency, motivations, and outcome of snooping in romantic relationships. Almost two thirds (66%) reported that they had engaged in snooping behavior, most often when the partner was taking a shower. Primary motives were…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Relationship, Questionnaires, Online Surveys, Undergraduate Students
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Beaver, Tiffany; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty E. – College Student Journal, 2010
Analysis of survey data from 995 undergraduates at a large southeastern university revealed that 93% reported owning a cell phone and a statistically significant difference between women and men (95% versus 91.2%) and between Whites (95.1%) and Blacks (87.7%). In addition, Blacks were twice as likely as Whites to be bothered by their partner's use…
Descriptors: White Students, Surveys, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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O'Reilly, Sarah; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2009
One-hundred-and-ninety seven undergraduates at a large southeastern university completed a confidential anonymous 22-item questionnaire designed to assess the qualities college women want in their prospective marital partners. The data revealed that women (when compared to what men want in a partner) were significantly more likely to prefer men…
Descriptors: Females, Marriage, Undergraduate Students, Questionnaires
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Puentes, Jennifer; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty E. – College Student Journal, 2008
Analysis of survey data from 1013 undergraduates at a large southeastern university revealed that over half (51%) reported experience in a "friends with benefits" relationship. In comparing the background characteristics of participants with nonpartipants in a FWBR, ten statistically significant findings emerged. Findings included that…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Friendship
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Knox, David; Vail-Smith, Karen; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2008
Analysis of data from 1394 undergraduates at a large southeastern university were used to assess the degree to which the stereotype that "men are dogs" (sexually-focused cheaters) is justified. Results suggest that this stereotype is unjustified since the majority of males: (1) define behaviors from kissing to anal sex as cheating; (2)…
Descriptors: Males, Sex Stereotypes, Undergraduate Students, Gender Differences
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O'Reilly, Sarah; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty E. – College Student Journal, 2007
Data from 305 confidential anonymous 50-item questionnaires on pornography were completed by students at East Carolina University and analyzed to provide the basis for this study. Over 90 percent (92.4%) reported ever having looked at pornography with over forty percent (43.1%) reporting doing so between one and two times a week. Significant…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Questionnaires, Pornography
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Knox, David; Breed, Rhonda; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2007
Cultural meanings (e.g. the green eyed monster) and research interests have traditionally focused on female jealousy. In contrast, this research focused on male jealousy. Two-hundred ninety-one undergraduates at a large southeastern university completed a confidential, anonymous forty-four-item questionnaire on jealousy. Men reacted differently…
Descriptors: Socialization, Student Attitudes, Males, Psychological Patterns
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Horne, Jenn; Knox, David; Zusman, Jane; Zusman, Marty E. – College Student Journal, 2007
Previously, in those segments of America where "proper" behavior was valued, tattoos and body piercings were examples of what Goffman identified as "stigma"--they spoiled one's identity. Today, tattoos and piercings have become more mainstream. This study reports the survey of 400 undergraduates at a large southeastern university. Regarding…
Descriptors: Females, Gender Differences, Males, Social Attitudes
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Whatley, Mark; Little, Gelena M.; Knox, David – College Student Journal, 2006
The Relationship Involvement Scale was created to allow individuals to identify the degree to which they are involved in a relationship. The developed scale includes norms, reliability, and validity and was completed by a total of 306 undergraduates at two southern universities. While there were no significant differences between women and men on…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Social Psychology, Program Validation, Psychometrics
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DeCuzzi, Angela; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2006
Two-hundred-and-sixty undergraduates at a two large eastern universities (who self identified as black or white) completed a confidential anonymous twenty-two-item questionnaire designed to assess perceptions of women and men. In general, while both races tended to view women and men of their own and the other race positively, there was a…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Attitude Measures, Student Attitudes, Negative Attitudes
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McNeely, Andrea; Knox, David; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2005
Three-hundred-and-twenty six undergraduates at a large south-eastern university completed a confidential anonymous 74-item questionnaire designed to assess beliefs about men, women, and relationships held by university students. This study focused on the data regarding gender differences in beliefs about women. Men were significantly more likely…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Attitude Measures
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Knox, David; Kimuna, Sitawa; Zusman, Marty – College Student Journal, 2005
Four hundred and forty-one undergraduates at a large southeastern university completed a confidential anonymous 38-item questionnaire designed to assess student attitudes toward the elderly. The data revealed several significant gender differences including the age at which a person becomes "old" (men select a younger age), strength (men see less…
Descriptors: Older Adults, Age, Reaction Time, Motor Vehicles
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