Intrusions Upon Same-Sex or Different-Sex Dyads in a Turkish University Dining Hall

1990-1
Hortaçsu, Nuran
Düzen, Ekrem
Arat, Selçuk
Atahan, Didem
Uzer, Berna
Latencies for intrusion upon same‐ and different‐sex dyads in a university dining hall were Investigated. Latencies were longer for different‐sex dyads than for either of the male‐male and female‐female dyads. No significant differences were revealed between the two types of same‐sex dyads. The results were explained by the assumption of greater affective interdependence for mixed‐sex than same‐sex dyads.

Citation Formats
N. Hortaçsu, E. Düzen, S. Arat, D. Atahan, and B. Uzer, “Intrusions Upon Same-Sex or Different-Sex Dyads in a Turkish University Dining Hall,” International Journal of Psychology, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 33–37, 1990, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/51352.