With more emerging adults having casual
sex, researchers are exploring psychological
consequences of such encounters.
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By Justin R. Garcia, The Kinsey
Institute for Research in Sex,
Gender, and Reproduction,
Indiana University, Bloomington;
and Chris Reiber, Sean G. Massey,
and Ann M. Merriwether,
Binghamton University, State
University of New York