John Money Selected Bibliography

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John Money Selected Bibliography


This list was provided by Liana Zhou, head of the library at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University. John Money's work is archived at the library and includes lectures, media interviews, documentaries, books, manuscripts and other writing. The catalog is searchable through the Kinsey website: www.kinseyinstitute.org/library/kicat.html.

Selected monographs authored by John Money

Hermaphroditism: An Inquiry into the Nature of a Human Paradox, 1952.

The Psychologic Study of Man, 1957.

A Standardized Road-Map Test of Direction Sense (with D. Alexander and H.T. Walker, Jr.) 1965.

Man and Woman, Boy and Girl: The Differentiation and Dimorphism of Gender Identity from Conception to Maturity (with A.A. Ehrhardt), 1972.

Sexual Signatures (with Patricia Tucker), 1975.

Love and Love Sickness: The Science of Sex, Gender Difference, and Pair-bonding, 1980.

The Destroying Angel: Sex, Fitness, and Food in the Legacy of Degeneracy Theory, Graham Crackers, Kellogg's Corn Flakes, and American Health History, 1985.

Lovemaps: Clinical Concepts of Sexual/Erotic Health and Pathology, Paraphilia, and Gender Transposition in Childhood, Adolescence, and Maturity, 1986.

Venuses Penuses: Sexology, Sexosophy, and Exigency Theory, 1986.

Gay, Straight, and In-Between: The Sexology of Erotic Orienation, 1988.

Vandalized Lovemaps: Paraphilic Outcome of Seven Cases in Pediatric Sexology (with M. Lamacz), 1989.

Biographies of Gender and Hermaphroditism in Paired Comparisons: Clinical Supplement to the Handbook of Sexology, 1991.

The Breathless Orgasm: A Lovemap Biography of Asphyxiophilia (with G. …

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