Human Sexuality

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Psychology - 654 pages
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For undergraduate courses in Human Sexuality, Marriage and Family, Intimate Relationships, Love and Intimacy

With an interpersonal focus, Hock's Human Sexuality emphasizes the choice, awareness and responsibility that is integral to a planned, proactive, and well-educated sexual philosophy.

Using an interpersonal, psycho-social foundation that approaches core content from a student perspective, this text focuses on the topics that are most critical and of greatest relevance to the students' diverse personal lives and their interactions with others. Written in a casual, easy-to-read, conversational style that will help them be more comfortable with and more connected to the course material, Roger Hock encourages and challenges students to consolidate the ideas and knowledge gained from the text into the growth of his or her personal sexual philosophy.

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Contents

UNDERSTANDING HUMAN SEXUALITY
9
METHODS FOR STUDYING HUMAN SEXUALITY
16
ETHICS AND SEXUALITY RESEARCH
31
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Roger R. Hock, PhD, is chair of the Psychology Program and professor of psychology and human sexuality at Mendocino College. He received his MS in Psychology from San Diego State University and his PhD in Psychology from the University of California at San Diego. His book, Forty Studies That Changed Psychology: Explorations into the History of Psychological Research, 5th edition, is in use at over 250 colleges and universities internationally and has been translated into several languages. His trade book, It's My Life Now: Starting Over After an Abusive Relationship or Domestic Violence, co-authored with Meg Kennedy Dugan, is a guide for survivors who have escaped abusive or violent relationships and are facing the challenges of healing and rebuilding their lives. He has also edited a human sexuality article database for Pearson Custom Publishing, Insights in Human Sexuality.

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