Alternative Approaches to the Study of Sexual Behavior

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Subject Index

Aboriginal America, 100-101
Aboriginal Australia, 99
Adultery, 97
Agonistic emotions, 181-184
facilitation of, 182-184
America, 101
Anal intercourse, seeForation
Anovulation, 27, 29, 31
Anthropological theory (of sexuality), 87-101, 206
Arousal, seeSexual response cycle or Sexual pleasure
physiological components of, seesex, physiology of
psychological components of, 45, 46, 55- 57, 60, 67-68, 74, 76, 131-165
see alsosex, and cognitions; sex, and emotions; sex and expectancies; sex, and fantasies; sex, and attitudes
subjective estimates of, seeArousal, psychological components of
Attraction facilitation of, 190-192

Bestiality, seeZoophilia
Black Africa, 97-98
Biosexology, 4-5, 7
Bipedalism, 33-36
Birth control, 9, 16, 44, 101, 105, 113, 144, 145, 146
Bisexuality, 16
Breasts, 28-33
Bystander apathy, 18

Cancer, 15-16
Case studies, 114
Causal relationships, 112-123, 124, 114
Cervix, 57
Chastity, 97, 98 see alsoVirginity
Chastity belts, 20
Child molestation, seePedophilia
Circular reasoning, 13
Circumcision, 92, 07
Cisvestism, 95
Classical conditioning, 134-135, 155
Clitoridectomy, 92, 97
Clitoris, 57, 92
Conception, 27, 28, 31, 44
Concubines, 98
Conflict theory, 111-112, 117
Contraception, seeBirth contro
Control groups, 114
Copulation, seeSex


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