Studies about hook-ups, and young adult sex
Anonymous. “What You Should Know About Sex and Alcohol,” University of Illinois McKinley Health Center. http://www.mckinley.illinois.edu/handouts/sex_alcohol.html
Chia. S.C. & A.C. Gunther. “How Media Contribute to Misperceptions of Social Norms About Sex,” Mass Communication and Society (2006) 9:301.
Downing-Matibag, T.M. & B. Geisinger. “Hooking-Up and Sexual Risk-Taking Among College Students: a Health Belief Model Perspective,” Qualitative Health Research (2009) 19:1196.
Elias, V.L. et al. “Long-Term Changes in Attitudes Toward Premarital Sex in the United States: Re-Examining the Role of Cohort Replacement,” Journal of Sex Research (2015)52:129.
Eshbaugh, E.M. & G. Gute. “Hookups and Sexual Regret Among College Women,” The Journal of Social Psychology (2008) 148:77.
Fielder, R.L. & M.P. Carey. “Prevalence and Characteristics of Sexual Hookups Among First-Semester Female College Students,” Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy (2010) 36:346.
Fielder, R.L. & M.P. Carey. “Predictors and Consequences of Sexual Hook-Ups Among College Students: A Short-Term Perspective,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2010) 39:1105.
Finer, L.B. “Trends in Premarital Sex in the United States,” Public Health Reports (2003) 122:73.
Fisher, W.F. et al. “Feelings of Regret Following Uncommitted Sexual Encounters in Canadian University Students,” Culture, Health, and Sexuality (2012) 14:45.
Flack, W.F. et al. “Risk Factors and Consequences of Unwanted Sex Among University Students: Hooking Up, Alcohol, and Stress Response,” Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2007) 22:139.
Garcia, J.R. et al. “Sexual Hook-Up Culture: A Review,” Review of General Psychology (2012) 16:161.
Garcia J.R. & C. Reiber. “Hook-Up Behavior: A Biopsychosocial Perspective,” The Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology (2008) 2:192.
Herold, E.S. & D.K. Mewhinney. “Gender Differences in Casual Sex in AIDS Prevention: A Survey of Dating Bars,” Journal of Sex Research (1993) 15:502.
Ku, L. et al. “Understanding Changes in Sexual Activity Among Young Metropolitan Men,” Family Planning Perspectives (1998) 30:256.
Lewis M.A. et al. “Predictors of Hooking Up Sexual Behavior and Emotional Reactions Among U.S. College Students,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2011) 5:1219.
Maticka-Tyndale, E. et al. “Casual Sex on Spring Break: Intentions and Behaviors of Canadian College Students,” Journal of Sex Research (1998) 35:254.
Monto, A.M. & A.G. Carey. “A New Standard of Sexual Behavior? Are Claims Associated with the ‘Hookup Culture” Supported by General Social Survey Data?” Journal of Sex Research (2014) 51:605.
Owen, J. & F.D. Fincham. “Young Adults’ Emotional Reactions After Hooking Up Encounters,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2011) 40:321.
Owen, J. et al. “Short-Term Prospective Study of Hooking Up Among College Students,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2011) 40:331.
Owen, J.J. et al. “Hooking Up Among College Students: Demographic and Psychosocial Correlates,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2010) 39:653.
Patrick, M.E. and Maggs, J.L. “Does Drinking Lead to Sex? Daily Alcohol-Sex Behaviors and Expectancies Among College Students,” Psychology of Addictive Behavior (2009) 23:472.
Paul, P. “The Perils of Sexual Roundelays,” New York Times, May 7, 2010.
Paul, E.L. & K.A. Hayes. “The Casualties of Casual Sex: A Qualitative Exploration of the Phenomenology of College Students’ Hook-Ups,” Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2002) 19:639.
Paul, E.L. et al. “Hook-Ups: Characteristics and Correlates of College Students’ Spontaneous and Anonymous Sexual Experiences,” Journal of Sex Research (2000) 37:76.
Reiber, C. & J.R. Garcia. “Hooking Up: Gender Differences, Evolution, and Pluralistic Ignorance,” Evolutionary Psychology (2010) 8:390.
Sales, N.J. “Tinder and the Dawn of the ‘Dating Apocalypse,’” Vanity Fair, Aug. 31, 2015.
Strokoff, J. et al. “Diverse Reactions to Hooking Up Among U.S. University Students,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2015) 44:935.
Twenge, J.M. et al. “Changes in American Adults’ Sexual Behavior and Attitudes, 1972-2012,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2015) 44:2273.
Twenge, J.M. et al. “Sexual Inactivity During Young Adulthood is More Common Among U.S. Millennials and iGen: Age, Period, and Cohort Effects on Having No Sexual Partners After Age 18,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2017) 46:433.
Books that deal with hooking-up
Bogle, K.A. Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus. NYU Press, NY, 2008.
Orenstein, P. Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape. Harper, NY, 2016.
Wade, L. American Hook-Up: The New Culture of Sex on Campus. Norton, NY, 2017.
Alcohol and hooking up
Benbouriche, M. et al. “The Role of Rape-Supportive Attitudes, Alcohol, and Sexual Arousal in Sexual (Mis)Perception: An Experimental Study,” Journal of Sex Research (2019) 56:766.
Claxton, S.E. et al. “The Association Between Alcohol Use and Engagement in Casual Sexual Relationships and Experiences: A Meta-Analytic Review of Non-Experimental Studies,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2015) 44:837.
Drouin, M. et al. “How Does Alcohol Consumption Affect Perception of One’s Own and a Drinking Partner’s Ability to Consent to Sexual Activity?” Journal of Sex Research (2019) 56:740.
Johnson, M.D. and J. Chen. “Blame It On the Alcohol: The Influence of Alcohol Consumption During Adolescence, the Transition to Adulthood, and Young Adulthood on One-Time Sexual Hook-Ups,” Journal of Sex Research (2015) 52:570.
Laumann, E.O. et al. The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1994, p. 116.
Marijuana and sex
Lynn, B. et al. “The Relationship Between Marijuana Use Prior to Sex and Sexual Function in Women,” Journal of Sexual Medicine (2017)14 (Suppl. 1):S105.
Lynn, B. et al. “The Perceived Effects of Marijuana Use Before Sex,” Journal of Sexual Medicine (2017) 14(Suppl. 5):e357.
Weller, RA and JA Halikas, “Marijuana Use and Sexual Behavior,” Journal of Sex Research (1984) 20:186.
Friends with benefits
Bisson, MA and TR Levine, “Negotiating a Friends with Benefits Relationship,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2009) 38:66.
The history of dating
Weigel, M. Labor of Love: The Invention of Dating. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, NY, 2016.
Rebound and revenge sex
ABC News. “The American Sex Survey: A Peek Beneath the Sheets,” Oct. 21, 2004.
Anderson, E.R. et al. “Ready to Take a Chance Again: Transitions to Dating Among Divorced Parents,” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage (2004) 40:61.
Barber, L.L. and M.L. Cooper. “Rebound Sex: Motives and Behaviors Following a Relationship Breakup,” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2013) 43:251.
Brumbaugh, C.C. and R.C. Fraley. “Too Fast, Too Soon? An Empirical Investigation of Rebound Relationships,” Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2014) epub ahead of print.
Leigh, B.C. et al. “Sexual Behavior of U.S. Adults: Results from a National Survey,” American Journal of Public Health (1993) 83:1400.
Smith, T.W. “Adult Sexual Behavior in 1989: Number of Partners, Frequency of Intercourse, and Risk of AIDS,” Family Planning Perspectives (1989) 23:102.
Spielmann, S.S. et al. “Pursuing Sex with an Ex: Does It Hinder Breakup Recovery?” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2019) 48:691.