College students completed questionnaires to assess self-monitoring and date/mate choices. The study was similar to a previous experiment run on high-school students. By combining self-monitoring with the relationship variables, an interaction was expected. Analysis suggested that males and females choices were congruent with the evolutionary theory. Differences in results were suggested between self and peer choices in relationships.
Conference Proceedings: Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference
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Young, Brandon L.; Stark, Amy J.; Naser, Sherry A.; Shaw, Jennifer L.; and McKimm, Michael J.
"Influence of Self-Monitoring on Date and Mate Choices of College Students,"
Conference Proceedings: Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference: Vol. 4:
1, Article 30.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/csbsproceedings/vol4/iss1/30