Don’t you hate it when you miss your f—ing train, or when your friend acts like a complete a–hole at a party? How about when you lose your keys — ain’t that a b–ch? Hearing someone use swear words may bother you, or even suggest to you that they’re less verbally intelligent. If that’s the case, however, then you may be surprised by the results of a new study published in Language Sciences. According to the research, a lack of verbal fluency has nothing to do with how often people use profanity.
For the study, researchers recruited more than 200 college students aged 18 to 22 to take a Controlled Oral Word Association Test (COWAT). The verbal fluency test is designed to measure [...]
Eight out of 10 people surveyed online admitted to “sexting” to their partners or friends, according to researchers from Philadelphia-based Drexel University.
“Given the possible implications for sexual health, it was important to investigate the role ‘sexting’ plays in current romantic and sexual relationships,” said lead researcher Emily Stasko.
Greater levels of “sexting” were associated with greater sexual satisfaction, especially for those in a relationship.
Participants who identified as single (26 percent) had significantly lower overall scores for sexual satisfaction.
The team found that greater levels of “sexting” were associated with [...]