The Big Five and sexual attitudes in Spanish students

Maria Lameiras Fernandez1, Yolanda Rodriguez Castro1
1University of Vigo, Spain
Cite this article:  Lameiras Fernandez, M., & Rodriguez Castro, Y. (2003). The Big Five and sexual attitudes in Spanish students. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 31(4), 357-362.

Volume 31 Issue 4 | e1262 | Published: June 2003 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2003.31.4.357

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The aim of this study was to check the relationship existing between the Big Five, together with attitudes towards sexuality, in a sample of 255 Spanish university students (196 female, 59 male). A shortened Spanish interpretation of the Big Five (Benet-Martinez & John, 1998) was used as the basis for measuring personality traits, and a shortened version of the Sexual Opinion Survey (SOS) by Fisher, Byrne, White & Kelley (1998) was used to measure attitudes to Sexuality. The results obtained give limited support to previous investigations in which the relationship between the personality trait Neuroticism (N) and attitudes to sexuality is marked. Further, traits such as Openness and Conscientiousness were demonstrated to have significant links with attitudes to sexuality.

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