1st Edition

Alternative Approachies To the Study of Sexual Behavior

Edited By D. Byrne, K. Kelley Copyright 1986
    240 Pages
    by Psychology Press

    First published in 1986. This book focuses on a multiciliary approach to studying sexual behavior. It purports that biosexual, sociosexual, and psychosexual research can be combined within a single framework as they are complementary rather than in conflict, and together they provide an integrative picture of human sexual functioning.

    Chapter 1 Introduction: The Study of Sexual Behavior As a Multidisciplinary Venture Chapter 2 Unique Features of Human Sexuality in the Context of Evolution Chapter 3 Models and Measures of Sexual Response: Psychophysiological Assessment of Male and Female Arousal Chapter 4 Human Sexuality in Cross-Cultural Perspective Chapter 5 The Sociological Approach to Human Sexuality Chapter 6 A Psychological Approach to Human Sexuality: The Sexual Behavior Sequence Chapter 7 Coition As Emotion Chapter 8 Integrating Sex Research


    Donn Byrne, Kathryn Kelley both State University of New York at Albany