Our sexuality

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Wadsworth-Thomson Learning, 2002 - Psychology - 687 pages
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The Eighth Edition of this #1 market-leading college textbook in human sexuality continues to offer the same qualities you've come to expect from Crooks and Baur ... and more. Continuing their tradition of sensitivity, comprehensiveness, currency, and candor, Robert Crooks and Karla Baur offer much that is new and exciting in this revision. You'll find thorough coverage of all major topics incorporated into every section, including sexual health issues; the very latest research, new stories about the experiences of real people from the "Authors' Files;" and a writing style that is warm, direct, and non-judgmental. The authors have also further refined their focus on strengthening healthy communication among partners, attention to diversity, and overall coverage on maintaining a responsible and healthy sexual relationship.

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User Review  - Cecily Erker - Goodreads

This is the main textbook for my Psych course this semester. Read full review

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User Review  - Kymberly - Goodreads

Though I didn't feel that I learned too much more than I already knew, it was very informative on anatomy. I would like to see a different text and see how they presented human sexuality. I don't really have any other text to judge it by. Read full review

Contents

Perspectives on Sexuality
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Chapter
7
The SexforReproduction Legacy
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Copyright

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