Alliant Study Finds Couples Are More Monogamous in 2000 than in 1975

A recently published study by Alliant's California School of Professional Psychology's (CSPP) Distinguished Professor Dr. Robert-Jay Green of the Rockway Institute and CSPP Alumna Dr. Gabrielle Gotta found that couples of all kinds (heterosexual, lesbian, gay) are more monogamous now than they used to be. The couples research was conducted on more than 6,800 individuals in heterosexual, gay and lesbian relationships in 1975 with an additional 782 respondents in 2000, and examined differences in the behavior of couples across a variety of dimensions, including monogamy over the two time periods. Read the full article in USAToday...