Science in the Bedroom: A History of Sex Research

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Index
Aberle, Sophie, 123
Abortion, 73, 116, 256-57
Abraham, Karl, 64, 68
Abramson, Paul, 263
Accumulation, 83-84
Acton, William, 26
Adam (biblical figure), 3, 11
Addison, Thomas, 124-25
Adler, Alfred, 68, 150-51
Adolescence, 76, 152, 160-61. See also Childhood sexuality; Puberty
Adrenal hyperplasia, 227-28
Adrenogenital syndrome, 216
Aggression, 229-31, 249, 252
A. H. Robins Co., 188-89
AIDS, 241, 244, 284-91. See also STDs (sexually-transmitted diseases)
Albigensians, 9
Albright, Fuller, 190
Alcoholism, 101-2, 166, 290
Algolagnia (sadomasochism), 48, 84
Alienism, 40
Alien Property Act, 193
Allen, Edgar, 127, 128
Allen, Willard M., 129, 197
Allgeier, Elizabeth, 252-53
Allgeier, Richard, 252-53
All the Sexes (Henry), 167
Altman, Denis, 271
Altruism, 41
American Academy of Sexology, 208
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 149
American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), 207-8, 275-76, 289
American Birth Control League, 146
American Board of Sexology, 208
American Chemical Society, 193
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 184, 251, 270
American Federation for Sex Hygiene, 104
American Friends Service Committee, 270
American Gynecological Society, 29, 109
American Law Institute, 257
American Medical Association (AMA), 93,105,153,275
American Museum of National History, 121
American Psychiatric Association, 221, 240,270,271,280
American Psychological Association, 270
American Purity Alliance, 96-97, 104
American Social Hygiene Association, 104,115,116
American Vigilance Association, 104

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