性別、自己評価、関係期間が配偶者選択の基準に及ぼす影響 : 日本人サンプルにおける追試 Effects of gender, self-appraisal, and involvement level on mate selection criteria : A replication in a Japanese sample
Social evolutionary studies have predicted and demonstrated that, men are less selective than women when considering relationships with the opposite sex in low involvement situations, whereas they are equally selective when considering relationships in high involvement situations. Previous studies have also indicated that self-appraisals were positively correlated with mate selection criteria, but that self-ratings of men were less correlated with their criteria for a casual sex liaisons. The present study attempted to replicate these findings in Japanese undergraduates by inquiring about their mate selection criteria for 1-night stand liaisons, as well as about dating, and marriage partners. Sex differences were highest for casual sex liaisons, and these differences were in line with previous findings. However, the low correlation between male self-appraisal and their mate selection criteria for 1-night stand liaisons was not observed in this sample. The validity of the perspectives in evolutionary psychology is discussed.
- 昭和女子大学生活心理研究所紀要 = Annual bulletin of Institute of Psychological Studies, Showa Women's University
昭和女子大学生活心理研究所紀要 = Annual bulletin of Institute of Psychological Studies, Showa Women's University 9, 11-21, 2007-03-31