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From what we pick from the menu to what gadget we buy, how we see ourselves influences many of our daily choices. Why do some people prefer to flit from partner to partner with little commitment while others insist on something more long-term with their one true love? Culture, religion, gender and personal values all play a role. But new research suggests our self-concepts may be a key part of the story as well. The main reason the study links independent selves with more casual sex is because independent types really value personal autonomy.
They want to emotionally connect, but want these connections with less interference from their friends, families and communities. Meanwhile, interdependent people, who base their sense of self on their relationships, value their autonomy much less — maybe because they are more comfortable with others influencing their life choices.
Or, the study suggests, their emotional closeness to so many others pushes them to shun casual uncommitted sex. Researchers questioned people from six different cultures. Find out more about psychology at Brunel. You're more open to casual sex. Strong sense of self? You're more open to casual sex Share this By Hayley Jarvis.