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A total of 978 Japanese students, who visited the health services center of a college in Japan for medical checkups, were asked to anonymously complete a 55-item questionnaire which assessed their attitudes toward sex and sexual behavior. Seven hundred eighty-five Japanese students (80.3%) responded to the questionnaire. In this survey, 90% of male students and 83% of female students indicated that they expected to have sexual intercourse before marriage, while 8% of male students and 3% ofdoi:10.2114/jpa2.25.221 pmid:16763364 fatcat:pcdbqthdnvaalhp75gig2o2a34