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    The Carousel Damages Women, Makes Them Depressed

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...depressed.html

    Young women who have a lot of sexual partners when they start university may be more likely to suffer from depression, a new study warns.
    They found that women who have casual flings are more likely to suffer from depression than people in ‘romantic’ relationships.

    The research team, from Syracuse and Brown Universities, defined a romantic partner as ‘someone whom you were dating or in a romantic relationship with at the time of the physical intimacy’.


    A spokeswoman for the research team said: ‘Hook-up behaviour during college was positively correlated with experiencing clinically significant depression symptoms.
    ‘Sex in the context of romantic relationships was not correlated with depression. There are several reasons why hooking up, but not romantic sex, may be associated with poor mental health among women.



    http://www.apa.org/monitor/2013/02/ce-corner.aspx

    Similarly, in a study of 832 college students, 26 percent of women and 50 percent of men reported feeling positive after a hookup, and 49 percent of women and 26 percent of men reported a negative reaction (the remainders for each sex had a mix of both positive and negative reactions; Owen et al., 2010).

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    Re: The Carousel Damages Women, Makes Them Depressed

    I have a sneaking suspicion it has more to do with the lack of long term benefits associated with riding the carousel than the actual ride.
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    Re: The Carousel Damages Women, Makes Them Depressed

    Quote Originally Posted by Free and Clear View Post
    I have a sneaking suspicion it has more to do with the lack of long term benefits associated with riding the carousel than the actual ride.
    That's almost assuredly what it is. Both studies talk about the after-effects, esp. long term after-effects.

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    Re: The Carousel Damages Women, Makes Them Depressed

    this is the study: https://scholar.google.com/citations...J:roLk4NBRz8UC

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile...7801000000.pdf

    “Hooking up” among college students: Demographic and psychosocial correlates

    Authors Jesse J Owen, Galena K Rhoades, Scott M Stanley, Frank D Fincham
    Publication date 2010/6/1 Journal Archives of sexual behavior Volume 39 Issue 3 Pages 653-663 Publisher
    Springer US
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    Abstract This study investigated 832 college students' experiences with hooking up, a term
    that refers to a range of physically intimate behavior (eg, passionate kissing, oral sex, and
    intercourse) that occurs outside of a committed relationship. Specifically, we examined how
    five demographic variables (sex, ethnicity, parental income, parental divorce, and religiosity)
    and six psychosocial factors (eg, attachment styles, alcohol use, psychological well-being,
    attitudes about hooking up, and perceptions of the family environment) related to whether
    author is: https://scholar.google.com/citations...F3sAAAAJ&hl=en

    edit: and here are some more.

    https://scholar.google.com/citations...J:Y0pCki6q_DkC
    Young adults’ emotional reactions after hooking up encounters
    Jesse Owen, Frank D Fincham
    2011/4/1
    Journal Archives of sexual behavior
    Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 321-330 Publisher Springer US
    Description

    Abstract Hooking up or a sexual encounter ranging from kissing to intercourse that occurs on
    one occasion and where the partners do not necessarily expect future physical encounters
    or a committed relationship has become common place among college students. This study
    (N= 500) examined gender differences in emotional reactions after hooking up and explored
    the relationship between specific processes in the hooking up encounter and reactions to
    hooking up. Compared to women, men reported more positive and fewer negative ...
    https://scholar.google.com/citations...J:WF5omc3nYNoC
    Short-term prospective study of hooking up among college students
    Authors Jesse Owen, Frank D Fincham, Jon Moore
    Publication date 2011/4/1 Journal Archives of sexual behavior Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 331-341
    Publisher Springer US
    Description
    Abstract
    Hook ups are casual sexual encounters (ranging from kissing to intercourse)
    between two people with no clear mutual expectation of further interactions or a committed
    relationship. This study utilized a short-term prospective design to examine predictors of
    hooking up in a sample of young adults (N= 394). Hooking up over the past year, positive
    reactions to prior hook ups, alcohol use, and loneliness were associated with hooking up
    over a 4-month period. Alcohol use was a stronger predictor for women than men. ...
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    Re: The Carousel Damages Women, Makes Them Depressed

    query....
    just how can the "carousel" "damage" what was never whole or "fixed" in the first place???
    I'd say it just made the whole thing a bit more apparent....

    furthermore... no one forced them onto it.. so, how is it "our fault" for something we didn't have anything to do with???
    Last edited by Eiji; May 24, 2018 at 9:18 PM.
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