People Might Regret and Yet Repeat One Night Stands: Study


New analysis has discovered that lots of people who remorse indulging in an informal one night time stand proceed with the identical sexual behaviour.

According to the researchers, together with Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), for probably the most half folks proceed with the identical sexual behaviour and the identical stage of remorse.

For the research, the crew investigated over 500 males and ladies to search out whether or not sexual remorse is practical, that’s, whether or not it contributes to any change in behaviour.

The individuals within the research, printed within the journal Evolutionary Psychology, answered a questionnaire about sexual remorse two instances, at roughly 4-5 month intervals. This method makes it potential to check adjustments over shorter intervals of time.

Both ladies and males would possibly remorse what they did the final time a possibility for informal intercourse arose. But they usually remorse fully totally different decisions.

Women are likely to remorse having had informal intercourse greater than males. Men, however, remorse not making the most of an informal intercourse alternative markedly greater than ladies.

According to the researchers, many psychologists assume that remorse and different feelings have a operate — that they’ll affect our behaviour in order that we modify it.

For instance, after experiencing destructive feelings, we’ll change our behaviour to cut back the chance of getting these destructive emotions later, the researchers mentioned.

If remorse works that method, then wouldn’t males extra usually have informal intercourse the following time the chance arose? And, you’d suppose that girls’s remorse would lead them to decide on higher companions, have much less frequent informal intercourse or strive more durable to get into regular relationships, the researcher mentioned.

But no, that’s not what occurs. The findings from the research present that we don’t study from what we perceived as a mistake, they added.