Some empirical studies of hookup behavior also have advocated multifactorial approaches (Eshbaugh & Gute, 2008; Garcia & Reiber, 2008).

Some empirical studies of hookup behavior also have advocated multifactorial approaches (Eshbaugh & Gute, 2008; Garcia & Reiber, 2008).

More generally speaking, in an example of sexually experienced women and men, individuals suggested many different settings where they came across somebody with who that they had casual intercourse: 70% at an event, 56% at a singles club, 43% while away on holiday, 28% at a party, 7% while away on business, and 5% on a blind date (Herold & Mewhinney, 1993). Some empirical studies of hookup behavior also have advocated multifactorial approaches (Eshbaugh & Gute, 2008; Garcia & Reiber, 2008). 더보기