University students' perceptions of, and explanations for, infidelity: The development of the Infidelity Questionnaire (INFQ)

Zuhal Yeniceri1, Dogan Kokdemir1
1Baskent University, Turkey
Cite this article:  Yeniceri, Z., & Kokdemir, D. (2006). University students' perceptions of, and explanations for, infidelity: The development of the Infidelity Questionnaire (INFQ). Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 34(6), 639-650.

Volume 34 Issue 6 | e1504 | Published: July 2006 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2006.34.6.639

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To expose perceptions of – and explanations for – emotional and sexual infidelity, an Infidelity Questionnaire (INFQ) was developed for this study and was administered to university students. The structure of the INFQ included different causes under six components which are legitimacy, seduction, normalization, sexuality, social background, and sensation seeking. Results are discussed with reference to differences in the sex of participants and the sex of betrayers.

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