UNDERSTANDING OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN INFERRING SEXUAL INTEREST Name Institution Understanding of Gender Differences in Inferring Sexual Interest Summary: The study in this article is a correlational study. The study focuses on the reasons as to why more men perceive women sexually than the vice versa. The development of this study is based on the establishment of the relationship between men and women when asked about how they view each other. In a correlational study there is an analysis of the two variables and the determination of whether there is a relationship between them. In the article the researchers embark on a mission to establish the perceptions of each gender through an experiment that involves a group of men and women. Both the men and women are placed in different rooms and they are allowed to ask each other questions ranging from personal aspects to other aspects. In this while describing women. Lastly a follower-up study on this research will be designed from the findings found. The results from the study show that it is possible for a future to follow up study to be designed. It is evident that women and men use different scales to judge the sexual behaviors. Women associate the interactions and positive compliments with beauty and sexual strength. A follow-up study will be based on reasons why women tend to remain conservative in their view on sexual interest. The study will use women from different backgrounds and analyze how they respond to aspects of sexual interest. References BULUT KILIÇ İ. (2016). Validity and Reliability Study for Studio Work Course Time Management Scale. Journal Of Educational Sciences Research 6(2) 113-129. dx.doi.org Levesque M. Nave C. & Lowe C. (2006). Toward an Understanding of Gender Differences in Inferring Sexual Interest. Psychology Of Women Quarterly 30(2) 150-158. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-6402.2006.00278.x [...]
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