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des préliminaires prolongés, un désir intense, peuvent en augmenter la quantité
le goût et l’odeur du sperme peuvent varier selon. les hommes et le moment
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il peut aussi contenir de petits grumeaux
l’aspect du sperme varie aussi. en fonction du nombre d’éjaculations
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si elles sont plus rares, le sperme est plus opaque
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be analogous to experiencing rivalry and competition in other contexts (e
accordingly, we hypothesize that romantic jealousy will increase t
however, competitions have been shown to have mixed effects on t, in part depending on competition outcome
some evidence points to competition losses, or defeats, as decreasing t (archer 2006 )
and, different perceptions of the same context may lead to different hormonal changes (van anders et al
accordingly, we expect that the effects of jealousy on t may differ depending on perceived ‘outcome’ of the situation and will also depend on the individual’s perception of the event
the context-dependence of jealousy can include a variety of factors
these factors may modulate t responses
these factors also may modulate the outcomes of jealousy, given that jealousy can lead to a range of behavioral responses including upregulating relationship effort or increasing motivations for perpetrating violence (daly et al
1982 ; puente and cohen 2003 ; tarrier et al
characterizing the role these factors play in hormonal and behavioral responses to jealousy can provide new insights into the antecedents and sequelae of jealousy
important factors might include individual and experiential/context characteristics, described further below
individual characteristics that may be related to the experience of jealousy include personality, attachment style, and gender/sex
these individual variables may influence the way jealousy is experienced, or even whether a given context elicits jealousy
and, these factors could be relevant to the ways in which jealousy affects t via perceptual mechanisms
studies have shown that jealousy is positively correlated with neuroticism among the big-five personality traits (dijkstra and barelds 2008 ; melamed 1991 )
this is not surprising given that jealousy can elicit feelings of insecurity when a partner is perceived to be distant and can lead to feelings of security when a partner is perceived to be close (hazan and shaver 1987 ; sheets et al
responses to jealousy also appear to differ depending on an individual’s attachment style (fisher et al
2013 ), and may be especially strong for individuals who have attachment styles characterized by high levels of anxiety and/or who consider romantic and sexual exclusivity to be very important
we hypothesize that neuroticism and attachment style will be related to jealous experiences, and that controlling for these individual differences may elucidate an effect of jealousy on testosterone
sex typically refers to biological maleness or femaleness, and gender is often used to refer to socially constructed notions of what constitutes women and men
we use the term gender/sex to highlight the interconnectedness of biological sex and social constructions of gender (van anders et al
although studies have shown that there are no gender differences in the frequency and intensity of jealous feelings (shackelford et al
2000 ), the interpretation and expression of jealousy may differ by gender/sex
for example, in response to a partner’s infidelity, some studies suggest that men experience anger more frequently than do women (becker et al
2002 ; sabini and green 2004 )
however, research has also shown that gender/sex differences do not emerge for hurt or disgust-related responses in response to hypothetical infidelity (becker et al
these findings are highly variable across studies, suggesting that gender/sex differences are either complex or do not exist with regard to jealousy (harris 2005 )
gender differences are also nuanced and highly dependent on the type of measurement
for example, though women are more likely to say they would end a relationship following a hypothetical affair, men are more likely to actually have done so in real life (confer and cloud 2011 )
thus, though there are gender/sex differences in the elicitation of jealousy, individuals of any gender/sex are capable of exhibiting jealousy in response to various types of rivals and differences may be overstated (harris 2002 , 2003 )
most importantly, a strong focus on gender/sex differences may obscure a more nuanced understanding of the physiological processes that might underlie jealousy for individuals of any gender/sex
because the current study considers committed relationships that involve both emotional and sexual components, we do not expect any gender differences in the amount of emotional or sexual jealousy experienced
however, due to gender/sex differences in the baseline levels and function of t, we expect that jealousy may differentially impact t in men and women
prior findings suggest that the social modulation of t occurs differently for women and men, with sexual contexts altering t more for women and nurturant contexts altering t more for men (van anders 2013 )
in addition to the individual factors described above, the experience of jealousy may be influenced by situational factors, including experience with infidelity and relationship agreements
studies have found that, when exposed to a hypothetical situation of partner infidelity, individuals who have never been unfaithful in real life are more likely than those who have been unfaithful to say they would end the relationship (confer and cloud 2011 )
these authors proposed that being unfaithful might increase empathy toward partners who do the same, or displaying understanding toward an unfaithful partner enables people to excuse their own prior actions
we expect that having experienced past partner infidelity would alter the way that individuals experiences jealousy in their current relationship; therefore, we hypothesize that controlling for past partner infidelity may reveal an effect of the jealousy-provoking vignettes on t
exclusive sexual access to a partner is important to many people (sharpsteen and kirkpatrick 1997 ), though some (e
, polyamorous individuals) may

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