Sexual Behavior in the Human Male

By Alfred C. Kinsey; Wardell B. Pomeroy et al. | Go to book overview

INDEX
All numbers refer to pages. Bold face entries refer to more extended treatments of each subject. Names of authors cited are italicized.
Abnormal, defined, 7, 37, 199–203, 385— 386, 572–581
Abstinence, 205–213, 297–298, 319–326, 528–529
Accumulative incidence
Animal contacts, 669–673
Calculating, 114–119
Extra-marital intercourse, 584–588
Homosexual, 100–101, 140–141, 145— 146, 317, 321, 402–403, 617–631, 623, 650–651, 653–655
Marital coitus, 253, 281, 564–567
Marriage, 318–319
Masturbation, 96–97, 136–137, 144–145, 311, 317, 398–399, 408–409, 499–502
Nocturnal emissions, 96–97, 137–138, 144–145, 398–399, 408–409, 519–522
Oral contacts, 370–371, 373
Petting, 97–98, 406–409, 533–537
Pre-marital intercourse, 139, 141, 145— 146, 397, 400–401, 404–405, 549–551
Prostitute intercourse, 100–101, 116– 118, 139, 141, 402–403, 597–600
Total intercourse, 98, 101, 137–138, 316–317, 396, 400–401, 404–405, 565– 567
Achilles, P. S., 23, 28, 499, 519, 552, 766
Ackerson, L., 53, 766
Active incidence. See Incidence, active.
Adams, C. R., 546, 560, 766
Adolescence, 182–192, 297–326
Defined, 182–183, 298–301
Female, 183, 187
Mean age, 187–189
Physical developments, 130–131, 184– 185
Precocious, 185–186
School grade, 186–187
Sexual activity, 219–225, 506–507, 523
Variation, 182–192
Adolescence, age at onset vs.
First intercourse, 315–317
Homosexual, 312, 315, 317, 320–321, 630
Marital intercourse, 306–308, 569
Marriage, 315, 318–319
Masturbation, 310–313, 317, 324, 507
Nocturnal emissions, 315, 322, 523
Onset of activity, 298–303
Pre-marital intercourse, 312–315, 324, 553
Social level, 188–189
Source of first ejaculation, 300–301, 303
Total outlet, 302–308, 324
Age, determination of, 76–77
Age, old, 226–227, 235–238, 319–326
Aging, 218–262, 319–325
Animal contacts, 260–262, 671–673
Erotic response, 229–230
Extra-marital intercourse, 248, 250, 257, 259, 568, 587–588
Homosexual, 258–261, 290–292, 629– 630, 636
Marital intercourse, 252–257, 278–281, 285, 567–569
Masturbation, 238–243, 270–272, 506– 507
Nocturnal emissions, 242–245, 274–276, 521, 523
Petting, 244–249, 539
Post-marital outlets, 262–292, 294–296
Pre-marital intercourse, 248–253, 277– 288, 552–553
Prostitute intercourse, 250–253, 281, 285–288, 601
Total activity, 218–262
Total outlet, 219–221, 226–230, 266–267
Allbutt, T. C., 297, 766
Allen, C., 207, 514, 766
Allen, F. L., 39, 766
American Social Hygiene Association, 514, 527, 560, 591
Anal contacts, children, 170–171
Anal eroticism, 170–171, 579
Angus, S., 202, 263, 465, 766
Animal contacts, 667–678
Accumulative incidence, 669–673
Active incidence, 260–262, 362–363, 461–464, 670
Aging effects, 260–262, 671–673
Data in interview, 65, 70
Frequencies, 260–262, 293, 362–363, 461–464, 671–673
Marital status, 289, 293, 673
Pre-adolescent, 174, 671, 673
Psychologic basis, 675–678
Rural-urban, 459–464, 670–674

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