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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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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; 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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Knox, David; Zusman, Marty E.; Thompson, Heather R. – College Student Journal, 2004
One-hundred-and-ninety seven undergraduates at a large southeastern university completed a confidential anonymous 22-item questionnaire designed to assess the perception of various emotions in themselves and the other sex. The data revealed that men were significantly more likely to view themselves as competitive, sarcastic, and sexual than women…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Gender Differences, Student Attitudes, Self Concept