(HealthDay News) -- Could a healthy psychological outlook be tied to better sex?
That's the finding from a new study comparing the psychological profiles of young adults against their reports of satisfaction in the bedroom.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, studied data from more than 3,200 men and women ages 18 to 26, analyzing the association between self-esteem, autonomy and empathy and three measures of sexual pleasure among those in established heterosexual relationships of longer than three months.
The three measures of sexual enjoyment evaluated included orgasm regularity and the enjoyment of receiving and giving oral sex.
Empathy -- defined as the ability to "take [the] other's perspective" -- was tied to sexual pleasure for both young men and women.
For women, empathy, autonomy ("having the strength to follow personal convictions") and self-esteem all seemed to contribute to pleasure. Read more...
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