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Alcohol and Intimacy Between Friends: The Relationship between Alcohol and Friendship Intimacy

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This study investigates the correlation between alcohol use and opposite-sex friendships. Research has been done on the dynamics of opposite-sex friendships, but few studies have incorporated the effects of alcohol consumption on these friendships. This study, which looks specifically at college students, incorporates the variable of alcohol and how it influences the likelihood of opposite-sex friends becoming intimate. Analysis of the results found that the consumption of alcohol was a significant predictor of the likelihood of opposite-sex friends becoming intimate.

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opposite-sex friends, alcohol consumption, intimacy between friends
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Hicks, Emily., Lewis, Johanna., Murray, Anne. and Behrens, Cheryl. "Alcohol and Intimacy Between Friends: The Relationship between Alcohol and Friendship Intimacy" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NCA 93rd Annual Convention, TBA, Chicago, IL, Nov 15, 2007 <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p192513_index.html>

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Hicks, E. A., Lewis, J. , Murray, A. and Behrens, C. , 2007-11-15 "Alcohol and Intimacy Between Friends: The Relationship between Alcohol and Friendship Intimacy" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NCA 93rd Annual Convention, TBA, Chicago, IL Online <PDF>. 2013-12-15 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p192513_index.html

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Abstract: This study investigates the correlation between alcohol use and opposite-sex friendships. Research has been done on the dynamics of opposite-sex friendships, but few studies have incorporated the effects of alcohol consumption on these friendships. This study, which looks specifically at college students, incorporates the variable of alcohol and how it influences the likelihood of opposite-sex friends becoming intimate. Analysis of the results found that the consumption of alcohol was a significant predictor of the likelihood of opposite-sex friends becoming intimate.

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Alcohol and Intimacy 1 ABSTRACT This study investigates the correlation between alcohol use and opposite-sex friendships. Research has been done on the dynamics of opposite-sex friendships but few studies have incorporated the effects of alcohol consumption on these friendships. Studies have found intimacy between opposite-sex friends can be beneficial but maintaining the friendship can also be problematic. This study which looks specifically at college students incorporates the variable of alcohol and how it influences the likelihood of opposite-sex friends
3.81 1.00 “we became closer friends” 3.24 1.02 “we became less close” 3.73 .94 “we continued to hook-up” 3.29 1.20 “our relationship remained the same” 2.92 1.05 “we communicated less” 3.69 .93 “we discussed the hook-up” 3.39 1.02 “the friendship ended” 4.25 .84 “we did not continue to hook-up” 3.43 1.16 “communication was awkward for awhile” 3.28 1.23 “communication was better” 2.86 .90 “we talked more” 3.07 .93 Total 49.37 8.98


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