男女有别:压力影响下的性与进食
Gender Differences in Eating and Sexuality under Stress

作者: 康 颖 , 郑 涌 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;

关键词: 压力知觉进食性别差异Perceived Stress Eating Sexuality Gender Difference

摘要: 本研究分析压力和整体的进食和性变化之间的联系,并比较性别差异。从网上招募236名被试,填写压力知觉量表,整体的进食和性变化问卷(包括最近一个月整体的进食量、进食/性活动频次、进食/性渴望、进食/性喜爱变化情况)。结果显示压力和男性的进食频次、渴望、和喜爱成正相关。压力和两性的性活动频次、性渴望,以及和女性的性喜爱正相关。整体来看,压力影响男性的进食和性,却只影响女性的性。我们猜想在中国环境中,男性会通过进食和性活动应对压力,而女性则会通过性活动。

Abstract: We explored the relationship between stress and overall changes in eating and sexuality and stu-dyed gender differences in particular. Two-hundred and thirty-six Chinese participants were re-cruited via the internet to complete questionnaires about stress, eating and sexuality changes (in-cluding changes in overall amount eaten, eating/sexual activity frequency, wanting, and liking for eating/sex in the last month). The results showed that stress was positively correlated with eating frequency, wanting and liking for eating in males. In both sexes, stress was positively correlated with sexual activity frequency and wanting for sex. There was a positive correlation between stress and liking for sex in females. As a whole, stress was positively correlated with males’ eating and sexuality and females’ sexuality. It is possible that Chinese males may relieve stress by eating and sexual activity, while females do so by sexual activity.

文章引用: 康 颖 , 郑 涌 (2015) 男女有别:压力影响下的性与进食。 心理学进展, 5, 503-512. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.59065

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