PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN SEXUALITY
Researchers, clinicians, and students alike will value this collection of critical reviews covering a broad range of contemporary scientific inquiry into human sexuality. The book encapsulates the state of the art in research in such new subjects as genital surgery on children and Internet sex, as well as the most current approaches to such traditional topics as sexual orientation and gender/transgender issues. You'll also find in-depth coverage of such topics as:
Male and Female Sexuality
Sexual Fantasy and Erotica/Pornography
Disabled Sexual Partners
Older Adult Sexuality
HIV/AIDS and Sexuality
The Aftermath of Child Sexual Abuse
Rape and Sexual Aggression
Therapists' Sexual Misconduct
Table of Contents:
Research in Human Sexuality (D. Wagstaff, et al.).
Male Sexuality (W. Everaerd, et al.).
Female Sexuality (W. Everaerd, et al.).
Issues of Transgender (S. Cole, et al.).
Sexual Orientation (A. Ellis & R. Mitchell).
Love Relationships (P. Regan).
Sexual Fantasy and Erotica/Pornography: Internal and External Imagery (D. Byrne & J. Osland).
Disabled Sexual Partners (L. Mona & P. Sándor Gardos).
Older Adult Sexuality (J. Kellett).
ISSUES OF CULTURAL CONCERN.
HIV/AIDS and Sexuality (M. Ross & L. Schönnesson).
Adolescent Sexuality (R. Paikoff, et al.).
Genital Surgery on Children below the Age of Consent (H. Lightfoot-Klein, et al.).
Paraphilias (J. Feierman & L. Feierman).
Sexuality and the Internet: The Next Sexual Revolution (A. Cooper, et al.).
The Aftermath of Child Sexual Abuse: The Treatment of Complex Posttraumatic Stress Reactions (C. Courtois).
Rape and Sexual Aggression (K. Calhoun & A. Wilson).
Therapists' Sexual Feelings and Behaviors: Research, Trends, and Quandaries (K. Pope).