Thursday, December 08, 2005 | eG weekly | Self-study | eG weekly | Self-study
"When a young man masturbates, exactly how distracted does he get? An experiment performed on students at the University of California, Berkeley aimed to find out."

"Each student was given a laptop computer with a keypad "designed to be operated easily using only the non-dominant hand."

"Ariely and Loewenstein say their results are "striking" and more than confirm what most people believe about young men as a group - that when aroused, they (1) become sexually attracted to things otherwise offputting; (2) grow more willing to engage in morally questionable behaviour that might lead to sex; and (3) are more likely to have unprotected sex."

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