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Sexuality Today

ISBN-10: 0073382663
ISBN-13: 9780073382661
Edition: 9th 2008
Authors: Gary F. Kelly
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Book details

List price: $121.67
Edition: 9th
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 11/8/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 648
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

This trusted text successfully balances psychological, biological, and social aspects of human sexuality, integrating the latest research findings and providing a variety of tools to help students engage personally with core concepts. The author's balanced approach is evident in his ability to present various sides of controversial topics in a neutral voice, supported by sound research yet expressed in a lively and applied manner. The new ninth edition features a streamlined format, updated and reorganized content, several new figures and illustrations, and an increased emphasis on real student voices. Kelly comes with student and instructor access to "SexSource Online," a unique collection of brief video clips on core concepts in sexuality. This paperback textbook is comprehensive yet manageable in a one-term course, and priced at 20% to 40% less than competing books. Related volumes of interest include "Annual Editions: Human Sexuality," and "Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Human Sexuality"

Gary F. Kelly has been a sexuality educator for 35 years. He is Vice President for Student Affairs at Clarkson University, where he also teaches the sexuality section of the First Year Seminar and the undergraduate psychology course in human sexuality. He has also been an adjunct faculty member in the counseling and human development program at St. Lawrence University, where he has taught graduate courses in human sexuality. Early in his career, his work with students received national recognition with his election to the board of directors of the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). Kelly served for 8 years as the editor of the Journal of Sex Education and Therapy. Kelly is a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists and of the Society for the Scientific Study of Human Sexuality. He is also a diplomate of the American Board of Sexology and a clinical fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Sexologists.

Each chapter ends with a summary and Focus on Health questions
Social and Biological Foundations of Human Sexuality
Cultural, Historical, and Research Perspectives on Sexuality Educating about Sex Culture and Sexuality Milestones in Sex Research: A Brief Historical Survey
The Methods of Sexological Research Attitude Questionnaire f-Evaluation: You and Your Sexuality
Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
The Vulva
The Vagina
The Uterus and Ovaries Female Breasts
The Menstrual Cycle Menopause Self-Evaluation : You and Your Body
Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
The Testes and Scrotum
The Penis Internal Male Organs Male Hormones and the Male Climacteric Self-Evaluation: Your Sexuality Education: Past, Present, and Future
Human Sexual Arousal and Response Models of Sexual Arousal: Activating the Mind and the Body Models of Human Sexual Response Female Sexual
Response Male Sexual Response Hormones and Sexual Arousal Effects of
Aging on Sexual Response Self-Evaluation: Sexual Arousal and Response in Your Life
Developmental and Social Perspectives on Gender How Many Sexes Are
There?
Sexual Differentiation Interpretations of Gender
Theories of Gender Role Development Gender in Society and Culture
Self-Evaluation Masculinity and Femininity in Your Life
Understanding Sexuality in Ourselves and in Our Relationships
Sexuality in Infancy, Childhood,and Adolescence Psychosexual Development Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood Sexuality in
Adolescence Adolescent Sexual Health Sexuality Education
Adult Sexuality and Relationships Hurdles of Young Adulthood Patterns in Partnerships
Sexuality and Aging Sexual Effects of Health and Illness Self-Evaluation Looking Ahead: Sex in Later Years
Sexual Individuality and Sexual Values Labeling Sex: Establishing Standards
Sexual Individuality Sex and Values Sexuality and Disability Groups
Sexuality, Communication, and Relationships Communicating about Sex
Effective Communication What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Connecting: For Better or for Worse Self-Evaluation: Communicating about Sex
Human Reproduction, Contraception, and Abortion: Sexuality Confronts Social Policy
Reproduction, Reproductive Technology, and Birthing Fertilization and Fetal Development
Reproduction and Fetal Technology Pregnancy and Birthing
Decision Making about Pregnancy and Parenthood Historical Perspectives World Population and the Status of Children Deciding About Contraceptives
Methods of Birth Control Unintended Pregnancy
The Options Self-Evaluation: Contraceptive Comfort and Confidence Scale
Sexual Behavior and Contemporary Society
Solitary Sex and Shared Sex Solitary Sex
The Private World Shared Sexual Behavior Same-Gender Sexual Sharing Heterosexual Intercourse
Sexual Orientation, Identity, and Behavior Understanding Same-Gender
Sexual Orientation Conceptualizing Same-Gender Sexual Orientation Developing a Sexual Orientation Identity Sexual Orientation and Society
The Spectrum of Human Sexual Behavior Varying Degrees of Sexual
Interest and Activity Transgender Identities and Behaviors
The Desire to Enhance Sexual Arousal Atypical and Potentially Problematic Sexual Connections Self-Evaluation: Your Sexual Fantasies
Sex, Art, the Media, and the Law Nudity and Sex in Art Sex and the Printed Page Sex in the Media
Effects of Sexually Explicit Materials Legal Aspects of Sexual Behavior
Dealing with Sexual Problems
Sexual Consent, Coercion, Rape, and Abuse When and How Does Sex Become a Problem?
Sexual Harassment Sexual Boundary Violations by Professionals Consent, Coercion, and Forced Sex Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents
Preventing and Dealing with Problematic Sex Self-Evaluation: Your Sexual Concerns and Problems
Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV/AIDS, and Sexual Decisions History and Incidence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV Nonviral Sexually
Transmitted Diseases Viral Sexually Transmitted Diseases Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases HIV
The Virus and the Infection HIV Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines Can Sex Be Safe and Satisfying?
Self-Evaluation: Examining Your Attitudes toward Sexually Transmitted Diseases Self-evaluation: Considering Being Tested
Sexual Dysfunctions and
Their Treatment Understanding Sexual Dysfunctions Causes of Sexual Dysfunctions
Treating Sexual Dysfunctions Behavioral Approaches to Sex
Therapy Is Sex Therapy Effective and Ethical?

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