More New Research and Publications by Kinsey Institute Scientists
It's been a busy research season at The Kinsey Institute. In addition to the studies we have highlighted in this issue of Kinsey Today, we'd also like to alert you to the current KI research projects featured in the publications below.
Brotto, L.A., Heiman, J.R., Goff, B., Greer, B., Lentz, G.M, Swisher, E., Tamimi, H., Van Blaricom, A. (2007). A Psychoeducational Intervention for Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Gynecologic Cancer. Archives of Sexual Behavior, in press. pdf
Brotto, L.A.., Heiman, J. (2007). Mindfulness in sex therapy: Applications for women with sexual difficulties following gynecologic cancer. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 22 (1), 3-11.
Crosby, R., Yarber, W., Sanders, S. & Graham, C, McBride, K., Milhausen, R.R., Arno, J.N. (2007). Men With Broken Condoms: Who and Why? Sexually Transmitted Infections, 83 (1) 71-75.
Peterson, Z.D., & Muehlenhard, C.L. (2007). Conceptualizing the 'wantedness' of women's consensual and nonconsensual sexual experiences: Implications for how women label their experiences with rape. Journal of Sex Research, 14 (1), 72-88. pdf
Prause, N., & Graham, C.A. (2007). Asexuality: Classification and Characterization. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 36, 341-356. pdf
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