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Dr. Bancroft 's Main Areas of Sex Research

Dr. Bancroft is a Senior Research Fellow and former Director of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction.

Only the principal publications are listed. Numbers refer to full publication list in the Director's curriculum vitae.

Behavior Therapy (for sexual problems)


  4.	Bancroft, J. & Marks, I. (1968).  Electric aversion therapy of 

  sexual deviations.  Proc. R. Soc. Med., 61:796-99. 

 

  5.	Bancroft, J. (1969) Aversion therapy of homosexuality.  British 

  Journal of Psychiatry, 115:1417-31. 



  8. 	Bancroft, J.  (1970).  A comparative study of aversion and 

  desensitisation in the treatment of homosexuality.  In:  Behaviour 

  Therapy in the 1970's (Eds. L.E. Burns & J.E. Worsley).  Wright, 

  Bristol. 

 

  9. 	Marks, I.M., Gelder, M.G. & Bancroft, J.  (1970) Sexual 

  deviants two years after electric aversion therapy.  British 

  Journal of Psychiatry, 117:173-85. 



  23.	Bancroft, J.  (1974)  Deviant Sexual Behaviour:  Modification & 

  Assessment.  Oxford University Press. 



  43. 	Bancroft, J. (1977) The behavioural approach to treatment. 

  Chap. in Handbook of Sexology (Eds. J. Money & H. Musaph). 

  Elsevier/North Holland.  Biomedical Press. 


Psychophysiology of Sexual Response


  2.	Bancroft, J., Jones, H.G. & Pullan, B.R. (1966) A simple 

  device for measuring penile  erection. Behaviour Research and

  Therapy, 4:239-241.



  3.	Bancroft, J. & Mathews, A.M. (1967) Penile plethysmography: 

  Its physiological basis and clinical application.  Proceedings of 

  7th European Conference in Psychosomatic Research, Rom. Acta Med 

  Psychosomat., p.456. 

 

 10. 	Bancroft, J.  (1971) The application of psychophysiological 

 measures to the assessment and modification of sexual behaviour. 

 Behaviour Research and Therapy,  9:119-30.  Reprinted (1973) in 

 Annual Review of Behaviour Therapy (Eds. C.M. Franks & G.T. Wilson).

 Butterworth. 



 13. 	Bancroft, J. & Mathews, A.M.  (1972) Autonomic correlates of 

 penile erection.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 15:159. . 



 61. 	Bancroft, J. (1980) Psychophysiology of sexual dysfunction. 

 Chap. in Handbook of Biological Psychiatry Vol. III (Ed. Van Praag 

 et al.).  Marcel Dekker. 



112. 	Bancroft, J. (1984) Psychophysiological assessment of erectile 

function. In:  Emerging Dimensions of Sexology.  Selected papers from 

Proceedings of Sixth World Congress of Sexology (Eds. R.T. Segraves 

& E.J. Haeberle). New York, Praeger, pp. 93-100. 

 

113. 	Bancroft, J. & Bell, C. (1984) Simultaneous recording of penile 

diameter and penile arterial pulse during laboratory-based erotic 

stimulation in normal subjects. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 

29:303-313. 

 

114. 	Bancroft, J., Bell, C., Ewing, D.J., McCulloch, D.K., Warner, 

P. & Clarke, B.F. (1984) Assessment of erectile function in diabetic 

and non-diabetic impotence by simultaneous recording of penile 

diameter and penile arterial pulse. Journal of Psychosomatic 

Research, 29: 315-324. 


Sex Therapy

 

 27. 	Bancroft, J.  (1975) The Masters & Johnson approach in a 

 National Health Service setting. British Journal of Sexual Medicine, 

 1:6-10. 

 

 28. 	Bancroft, J. (1975) The behavioural approach to marital 

 problems.  British Journal of Medical Psychology, 40:147-152. 

 

 39. 	Bancroft, J. & Coles, L. (1976) Three years experience in a 

 sexual problems clinic.  British Medical Journal, 1:1575-1577. 

 

 40.	Mathews, A., Bancroft, J., Whitehead, A., Hackman, A., Julier, 

 D., Bancroft, J., Gath, D. & Shaw, P. (1976) The behavioural 

 treatment of sexual inadequacy: a comparative study. Behaviour 

 Research and Therapy, 14:1-10. 

 

 50. 	Carney, A., Bancroft, J. & Mathews, A. (1978) Combination of 

 hormonal and psychological treatment for female sexual 

 unresponsiveness: a comparative study.  British Journal of Psychiatry,

 133:339-346. 



130. 	Bancroft, J., Dickerson, M., Fairburn, C.G., Gray, J.,

Greenwood, J., Stevenson, N. & Warner, P. (1986) Sex therapy outcome 

research: a reappraisal of methodology.  I. A treatment study of male 

sexual dysfunction that went wrong. Psychological Medicine, 16:851-854. 

 

131.	Warner, P. & Bancroft, J. (1986) Sex therapy outcome research: 

a reappraisal of methodology. II. Methodological considerations. . 

Psychological Medicine, 16:855-863. 



219. 	Bancroft, J. (1996) Sex therapy. In:  Introduction to the 

Psychotherapies, 3rd Edition (Ed. S. Bloch). Oxford University 

Press: Oxford, pp. 213-237.



230.    Bancroft, J. (1996) Sex therapy: the strengths and limitations

of a cognitive-behavioural approach.  In: Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy:

Science and Practice.  (Eds. C. Fairburn and D. Clark).  Oxford University

Press: London.  (In press).


Hormones and Male Sexual Behaviour


 

 17. 	Beaumont, P.J.V., Bancroft, J., Beardwood, C.J. & Russell, 

 G.F.M. (1972)  Behavioural changes following treatment with 

 testosterone: a case report.  Psychological Medicine, 2:70-72. 



 49. 	Bancroft, J. (1978) The relationship between hormones and 

 sexual behaviour in humans. Chap. in Biological Determinants of 

 Sexual Behaviour (Ed. J. Hutchison).  Wiley, Chichester. 



 55. 	Bancroft, J. & Skakkebaek, N. (1979) Androgens and human sexual 

 behaviour.  Chap. in Sex, Hormones and Behaviour.  Ciba Symposium 62 

 (New Series).  Excerpta Medica. 



 70. 	Skakkebaek, N.E., Bancroft, J., Davidson, D.W. & Warner, 

 P. (1981) Androgen replacement with oral testosterone undecanoate in 

 hypogonadal men:-a double blind controlled study. Clinical 

 Endocrinology, 14:49-61. 



 83. 	Wu, F.C.W., Bancroft, J., Davidson, D.W. & Nicol, K. (1982) 

 The behavioural effects of testosterone undecanoate in adult men with 

 Klinefelter's syndrome: a controlled study. Clinical Endocrinology, 

 16:489-497. 



 88. 	Bancroft, J. & Wu, F.C.W. (1983).  Changes in erectile 

 responsiveness during androgen therapy. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 

 12(1):59-66. 



106. 	Bancroft, J., O'Carroll, R., McNeilly, A. & Shaw, R. (1984) The 

effects of bromocriptine on the sexual behaviour of a hyper-

prolactinaemic man: a controlled case study. Clinical Endocrinology, 

21:131-137. 

 

107. 	O'Carroll, R. & Bancroft, J. (1984) Testosterone therapy for 

low sexual interest and erectile dysfunction in men: a controlled 

study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 145:146-151. 



122.	 O'Carroll, R.E., Shapiro, C. & Bancroft, J. (1985) Androgens, 

behaviour and nocturnal erection in hypogonadal men: the effects of 

varying the replacement dose. Clinical Endocrinology, 23:527-538. 



136. 	Davidson, D.W., O'Carroll, R. & Bancroft, J. (1987) Increasing 

circulating androgens with oral testosterone undecanoate in eugonadal 

men. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry, 26:713-715. 



149. 	Bancroft, J. (1988) Reproductive hormones and male sexual 

function.  In:  Handbook of Sexology, Vol. 6. The Pharmacology and 

endocrinology of sexual function.  Chapter 12, pp. 297-315 (Ed. J.M.A. 

Sitsen). Elsevier Science Publishers: B.V. 

 

166. 	Carani, C., Scuteri, A., Marrama, P. & Bancroft, J. (1990) The 

effects of testosterone administration and visual erotic stimuli on 

nocturnal penile tumescence in normal men. Hormones and Behaviour, 

24:435-441. 

 

167. 	Carani, C., Bancroft, J., Del Rio, G., Granata, A.R.M., 

Facchinetti, H.F. & Marrama, F. (1990) The endocrine effects of 

visual erotic stimuli in normal men.  Psychoneuroendocrinology, 

15 (3):207-216. 



184. 	Carani, C., Bancroft, J., Granata, A., del Rio, G. & Marrama, P. 

(1992) Testosterone and erectile function, nocturnal penile 

tumescence and rigidity, and erectile response to visual erotic 

stimuli in hypogonadal and eugonadal men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 

17(6):647-654. 



215. 	Carani, C., Granata, A.R.M., Bancroft, J. & Marrama, P. (1995) 

The effects of testosterone replacement on nocturnal penile tumescence 

and rigidity and erectile response to visual erotic stimuli in 

hypogonadal men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 20(7):743-753.



222. 	Bancroft, J. (1995) Are the effects of androgens on male 

sexuality noradrenergically mediated?  Some consideration of the 

human. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 19(2):325-330. 


Behavioural Effects of Breast Feeding




100. 	Alder, E. & Bancroft, J. (1983) Sexual behaviour of lactating 

women: a preliminary communication. Journal of Reproductive and 

Infant Psychology, 1:47-52. 

 

124. 	Alder, E., Cook, A., Davidson, D., West, C. & Bancroft, J. 

v(1986) Hormones, mood and sexuality in lactating women. British 

Journal of Psychiatry, 148:74-79. . 

 

134. 	Alder, E.M., Cook, A., Davidson, D., West, C. & Bancroft, J. 

(1987) Hormones, mood and sexuality in lactating women. Breast 

Feeding Review, 11:18-23. 



146. 	Alder, E. & Bancroft, J. (1988) The relationship between 

breastfeeding persistence, sexuality and mood in postpartum women. 

Psychological Medicine, 18:389-396.  


Effects of Fertility Control on the Well-Being and Sexuality of Women


 

 21. 	Bancroft, J.  (1974)  Effects of fertility control on human 

sexual behaviour.  In:  Population and its problems (Ed. J. Parry).  

Oxford University Press. 

 

 67. 	Bancroft, J., Davidson, D.W., Warner, P. & Tyrer, G. (1980) 

 Androgens and sexual behaviour in women using oral contraceptives. 

 Clinical Endocrinology , 12:327-340. 



 74. 	Alder, E., Cook, A., Gray, J., Tyrer, G., Warner, P., 

 Bancroft, J., Loudon, N. & Loudon, J. (1981) The effects of 

 sterilisation: a comparison of sterilised women and the wives of 

 vasectomised men. Contraception,  23:45-54. 



144. 	Bancroft, J., Sanders, D., Warner, P.E. & Loudon, N. (1987) 

The effects of oral contraceptives on mood and sexuality: a 

comparison of triphasic and combined.  Journal of Psychosomatic 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 7:1-8. 

 

151. 	Warner, P. & Bancroft, J. (1988) Mood, sexuality, oral 

contraceptives and the menstrual cycle. Journal of Psychosomatic 

Research, 32: 417-427. 



157. 	Alexander, G.M., Sherwin, B.B., Bancroft, J. & Davidson, 

D.W. (1990). Testosterone and sexual behavior in oral contraceptive

users and non-users: a prospective study.  Hormones and Behavior, 

24: 388-402. 



161. 	Bancroft, J. & Sartorius, N. (1990) The effects of oral 

contraceptives on well-being and sexuality. Oxford Reviews of 

Reproductive Biology, 12:57-92.   

 

162. 	Walker, A. & Bancroft, J. (1990) The relationship between 

premenstrual symptoms and oral contraceptive use: a controlled study. 

Psychosomatic Medicine, 52:086-096. 

 

170. 	Bancroft, J., Sherwin, B., Alexander, G.M., Davidson, D.W. & 

Walker, A. (1991)  Oral contraceptives, androgens, and the sexuality 

of young women.  I. A comparison of sexual experience, sexual 

attitudes, and gender role in oral contraceptive users and nonusers. 

Archives of Sexual Behavior, 20 (2):105-120. 

  

171. 	Bancroft, J., Sherwin, B., Alexander, G.M., Davidson, D.W. & 

Walker, A. (1991)  Oral contraceptives, androgens, and the sexuality 

of young women.  II.  The Role of Androgens. Archives of Sexual 

Behavior, 20(2):121-135. 



190. 	Bancroft, J. & Rennie, D. (1993) The impact of oral 

contraceptives on the experience of perimenstrual mood, clumsiness, 

food craving and other symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 

37:195-202. 



221. 	Bancroft, J. (1995) Sexuality and family planning. In:  Handbook 

of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care I, pp. 339-362.  

3rd Edition (Eds. N.B. Loudon, A.F. Glasier & A. Gebbie).   

Churchill Livingston: Edinburgh. 

 

227. 	Graham, C.A., Ramos, R., Bancroft, J., Maglaya, C. & 

Farley, T.M.M.  (1995) The effects of steroidal contraceptives on the 

well-being and sexuality of women:  a double blind, placebo-

controlled, two-centre study of combined and progestogen-only methods. 

Contraception, 52:363-369.


Menstrual Cycle and the Well-Being and Sexuality of Women


 

 82. 	Sanders, D. & Bancroft, J. (1982) Hormones and the sexuality 

 of women - the menstrual cycle. Clinics in Endocrinology and 

 Metabolism, 11(3). 

 

 97. 	Backstrom, T., Sanders, D., Leask, R., Davidson, D., Warner, P. 

 & Bancroft, J. (1983)  Mood, sexuality, hormones and the menstrual 

 cycle II.  Hormone levels and their relationships to the premenstrual 

 syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine, 45(6):503-507. 

 

 98. 	Bancroft, J., Sanders, D., Davidson, D. & Warner, P. (1983) 

 Mood, sexuality, hormones and the menstrual cycle III.  Sexuality and 

 the role of androgens. Psychosomatic Medicine, 45(6):509-516. 

 

 99. 	Sanders, D., Warner, P., Backstrom, T. & Bancroft, J. (1983). 

 Mood, sexuality, hormones and the menstrual cycle I.  Changes in mood 

 and physical state: description of subjects and method. Psychosomatic 

 Medicine, 45(6):487-501. 

 

116. 	Bancroft, J., Boyle, H., Davidson, D.W., Gray, J. & Fraser, 

H.M. (1985). The effects of LHRH-analogue on the premenstrual 

syndrome: a preliminary report. Proceedings of Berlin Congress on 

LHRH Analogue.  Publisher Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin. 



121.	Bancroft, J. & Backstrom, T. (1985) Premenstrual syndrome. 

Clinical Endocrinology, 22:313-336. 



133. 	Bancroft, J., Boyle, H. & Fraser, H.M. (1987) An LHRH agonist, 

administered by nasal spray, as a long-term treatment for 

premenstrual syndrome: an exploratory study. British Journal of 

Clinical Practice, Suppl. 48, 41(4):53-58. 

 

139. 	Bancroft, J., Boyle, H., Warner, P. & Fraser, H.M. (1987) The 

use of an LHRH agonist, Buserelin, in the long-term management 

premenstrual syndrome. Clinical Endocrinology, 27:171-182. 



148. 	Bancroft, J., Cook, A. & Williamson, L. (1988) Food craving, 

mood and the menstrual cycle. Psychological Medicine, 18:855-860. 



163. 	Warner, P. & Bancroft, J. (1990) Factors related to self-report 

of the premenstrual syndrome. British Journal of Psychiatry, 

157:249-260. 



169.	Warner, P., Bancroft, J., Dixson, A. & Hampson, M. (1991) 

The relationship between perimenstrual depressive mood and depressive 

illness. Journal of Affective Disorders, 23:9-23.    

 

172. 	Bancroft, J., Cook, A., Davidson, D., Bennie, J. & Goodwin, 

G. (1991) Blunting of the neuroendocrine response to infusion of 

l-tryptophan in women with premenstrual mood change. Psychological 

Medicine, 21:305-312. 

 

173. 	Harris, T., Surtees, P. & Bancroft, J. (1991). Is sex 

necessarily a risk factor to depression? British Journal of 

Psychiatry, 158:708-712. 

 

191. 	Cawood, E.H.H., Bancroft, J. & Steel, J.M. (1993) Perimenstrual 

symptoms in women with diabetes mellitus and their relationship to 

diabetic control. Diabetic Medicine. 10: 444-448. 

 

192. 	Bancroft, J. & Graham, C. (1993) Women, mood and the menstrual 

cycle. In:  The health psychology of women (Eds. Catherine Niven and 

Douglas Carroll).  Harwood Academic Publishers, London.  Chap. 2, 

pp. 13-25.   

 

193. 	Bancroft, J., Williamson, L., Warner, P., Rennie, D. & Smith, S.

(1993) Perimenstrual complaints in women complaining of PMS, 

menorrhagia and dysmenorrhoea: towards a dismantling of the 

'premenstrual syndrome'. Psychosomatic Medicine. 55:133-145.  



199.   	Bancroft, J. (1993) The premenstrual syndrome - a reappraisal 

of the concept and the evidence.  Psychological Medicine Monograph 

Supplement, 24, pp. 1-47.  Cambridge University Press. 

 

206. 	Bancroft, J., Rennie, D. & Warner, P. (1994) Vulnerability to 

perimenstrual mood change:  The relevance of a past history of depressive 

disorder. Psychosomatic Medicine, 56:225-231. 

 

214. 	Bancroft, J. & Rennie, D. (1995) Perimenstrual depression: its 

relationship to pain, bleeding and previous history of depression. 

Psychosomatic Medicine 57(5):445-452. 

 

216.  	Dye, L., Warner, P. & Bancroft, J. (1995) Food craving during 

the menstrual cycle and its relationship to stress, happiness of 

relationship and depression. Journal of Affective  Disorders, 

34:157-164. 

 

223. 	Bancroft, J. (1995) The menstrual cycle and the well-being of 

women.  Social Science and Medicine, 41(6):785-791. 



228. 	Bancroft, J. & Cook, A. (1995) The neuroendocrine response to 

d-fenfluramine in  women with premenstrual depression. Journal of 

Affective Disorders, 36(1995):57-64. 

 


Menopause and the Well-Being and Sexuality of Women


 

205. 	Hay, A., Bancroft, J. & Johnstone, E. (1994) Affective symptoms 

in women attending a menopause clinic. British Journal of Psychiatry, 

164:513-516. 

 

225. 	Bancroft, J. & Cawood, E.H.H. (1995) Androgens and the 

menopause:  a study of 40- to 60-year old women.  Clinical 

Endocrinology  (in press). 

 

226. 	Cawood, E.H.H. & Bancroft, J. (1995) Steroid hormones, the 

menopause, sexuality and well-being of women. Psychological Medicine  

(in press). 


Male Contraception - Behavioural Effects


  

185. 	Anderson, R.A., Bancroft, J. & Wu, F.C.W. (1992) The effects 

of exogenous testosterone on sexuality and mood of normal men. 

Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 75(6)1503-1507. 


Clinical Pharmacology of Sexual Response




 18. 	Murray, M.A.F., Anderson, D.C., Bancroft, J., Tennent, T.G. & 

Carr, P.J.  (1973)  Sex hormone-binding globulin, LH and testosterone 

in man: effects of oestrogen and cyproterone acetate.  Journal of 

Endocrinology. 

 

 20. 	Tennent, T.G., Bancroft, J. & Cass, J. (1974) The control of 

deviant sexual behaviour by drugs:  a double-blind controlled study 

of Benperidol, Chlorpromazine and placebo.  Archives Sexual Behavior,

3:261-271. 

 

 25. 	Bancroft, J., Tennent, T.G., Loucas, K. & Cass, J.  (1974)  

Control of deviant sexual behaviour by drugs:  behavioural effects of 

oestrogens and  antiandrogens.  British Journal of Psychiatry,  

125:310-315. 

 

 26. 	Murray, M.A.F., Bancroft, J., Anderson, D.C., Tennent, T.G. 

& Carr, P.G.  (1975)  Endocrine changes in male sexual deviants 

after treatment with anti-androgens, oestrogens or tranquillisers.   

Journal of Endocrinology,  67:179-88. 



207. 	Munoz, M., Bancroft, J. & Beard, M. (1994) Evaluating the 

effects of an alpha-2 adrenoceptor antagonist on erectile function in 

the human male.  2: The erectile  response to erotic stimuli in men 

with erectile dysfunction, in relation to age and in comparison with 

normal volunteers. Psychopharmacology, 115:471-477. 

 

208. 	Munoz, M., Bancroft, J. & Turner, M. (1994) Evaluating the 

effects of an alpha-2 adrenoceptor antagonist on erectile function in 

the human male.  1: The erectile response to erotic stimuli in 

volunteers. Psychopharmacology, 115:463-470. 

 

210. 	Bancroft, J. (1995)  Editor. The Pharmacology of Sexual 

Function and Dysfunction.  6th Esteve Foundation Symposium.  

Elsevier: Amsterdam. 

 

212. 	Bancroft, J. & Malone, N. (1995) The clinical assessment of 

erectile dysfunction:  a comparison of nocturnal penile tumescence 

monitoring and intracavernosal injections. International Journal of 

Impotence Research  (in press). 

 

213. 	Bancroft, J., Munoz, M., Beard, M. & Shapiro, C. (1995) The 

effects of a new alpha-2 adrenoceptor antagonist on sleep and 

nocturnal penile tumescence in normal male volunteers and men with 

erectile dysfunction. Psychosomatic Medicine, 57:345-356. 


Diagnostic Assessment of Erectile Dysfunction


 

 79. 	Fairburn, C.G., Wu, F.C.W., McCulloch, D.K., Borsay, D.Q., 

Ewing, D.J., Clarke, B.F. & Bancroft, J. (1982) The clinical features 

of diabetic impotence: a preliminary study. British Journal of 

Psychiatry, 140. 

 

110. 	Ewing, D.J. & Bancroft, J. (1984) The evaluation of the 

autonomic nervous system in impotent males. International Angiology, 

3:255-258. 



114.    Bancroft, J., Bell, C., Ewing, D.J., McCulloch, D.K., Warner, 

P. & Clarke, B.F. (1984) Assessment of erectile function in diabetic 

and non-diabetic impotence by simultaneous recording of penile 

diameter and penile arterial pulse.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research,

29:315-324.



176. 	Bancroft, J. (1991) Visual sexual stimulation as a tool for the 

etiological diagnosis of impotence. International Journal of 

Impotence Research: (Letter to the Editors), 3(1): 30-32. 



178. 	Bancroft, J., Smith, G., Munoz, M. & Ronald, P. (1991) Erectile 

response to visual erotic stimuli before and after intracavernosal 

papavarine and its relationship to nocturnal penile tumescence and 

psychometric assessment. British Journal of Urology, 68:629-638. 

 

194. 	Munoz, M.M., Bancroft, J. & Marshall I. (1993) The performance 

of the Rigiscan in the measurement of penile tumescence and rigidity. 

International Journal of Impotence Research,  5:69-76. 



200. 	Gutierrez, P., Pye, S. & Bancroft, J. (1993)  What does Duplex 

ultrasound add to sexual history, nocturnal penile tumescence and 

intracavernosal injection of smooth muscle relaxant, in the diagnosis of 

erectile dysfunction? International J Impotence Research, 5:123-131. 



212.    Bancroft, J. & Malone, N. (1995) The clinical assessment of erectile

dysfunction: a comparison of nocturnal penile tumescence monitoring and 

intracavernosal injections.  International Journal of Impotence Research

(in press).



217. 	Granata, A., Bancroft, J., Del Rio, G. & Carani, C. (1995)  

Stress and the erectile response to intracavernosal prostaglandin E1 

in men with erectile dysfunction.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 

57:336-344. 



224. 	Gutierrez, P., Langan, P. & Bancroft, J. (1995) Comparison 

of home and laboratory-based monitoring of NPT using the Rigiscan: 

a preliminary report.  International Journal of Impotence Research, 

7:137-146. 


Sexuality - General




 14.	Bancroft, J.  (1972) The relationship between gender identity 

and sexual behaviour: some clinical aspects.  In:  Gender Differences:

their ontogeny and significance  (Eds. C. Ounsted & D.C. Taylor).  

Churchill Livingstone: Edinburgh. 

 

 16. 	Mathews, A.M., Bancroft, J. & Slater, P.  (1972) Principal 

components of sexual preference.  Br. J. Soc. Clinic. Psychol., 

II:35-43. 

 

 33. 	Bancroft, J. (1975) Sex in medical education. Family Planning, 

Jan., 92-94.

 

 60. 	Bancroft, J. (1980) Human sexual behaviour. Chap. in Human 

Sexuality. Reproduction in Mammals Series, Book 8 (Eds. C.R. Austin 

& R.V. Short).  Cambridge University Press. 

 

 69. 	Bancroft, J. (1981) Hormones and human sexual behaviour. 

British Medical Bulletin, 37(2): 153-158. 

 

 76.	Bancroft, J., Axworthy, D. & Ratcliffe, S. (1982) The personality 

and psychosexual development of boys with 47 XYY chromosome 

constitution. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23(2):

169-180. 

 

 77.	Bancroft, J., Tyrer, G. & Warner, P. (1982) The classification 

of sexual problems in women. British Journal of Sexual Medicine, 

9(81):30-37. 

 

 78. 	Ratcliffe, S., Axworthy, D., Bancroft, J. & McLaren, N. (1982) 

Klinefelter's syndrome in adolescence. Archives of Disease in 

Childhood, 57:6-12. 

 

 81. 	Bancroft, J. (1982) The sexuality of diabetic women. In: 

Clinics in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 11(3): 785-789. 



 94. 	Bancroft, J. (1983) Human Sexuality and its Problems.  

Churchill Livingstone.  (Short-listed for Abbott Prize for Medical 

Writing, 1984). 

 

101.	Tyrer, G., Steel, J.M., Ewing, D.J., Bancroft, J., Warner, P. & 

Clarke, B.R. (1983).  Sexual response in diabetic women. Diabetologia, 

24:166-171. 

 

103. 	Bancroft, J. (1984). Problematic gender identity and sexual 

orientation: a psychiatrist's view. Proceedings of Conference on Sex 

and Gender, October 4-5, 1982.  Pope John Center, St. Louis, U.S.A.  

In: "Sex and Gender: a theological and scientific inquiry" (Eds. 

M.F. Schwartz, A.S. Moraczewski & J.A. Monteleone), pp. 102-124. 

 

135. 	Bancroft, J. (1987) A physiological approach. In: Theories of 

human sexuality (Eds. J.H. Geer & W.T. O'Donohue).  Plenum Press, 

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