Sexual Behavior in the Human Male
Indiana University Press, 1948 - Psychology - 804 pages
When published in 1948, this volume encountered a storm of both condemnation and acclaim. Dr. Kinsey and his fellow researchers employed interviews to accumulate a body of empirical data regarding sex. Based on the personal histories of approximately 5,300 males, this volume describes the methodology, sampling, coding, interviewing, and statistical analyses used, and then examines sexual outlet and the factors and sources involved. "The Kinsey Report, " as this book was popularly designated fifty years ago, represents a milestone on the path toward a scientific understanding of human sexual behavior.
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ACTIVE POPULATION AGE GROUP age period animal contacts average boys calculations Catholic cent Chapter coitus college level considerable dian Freq Educational Level 13 ejaculation erotic extra-marital intercourse female genitalia grade school level H H H heterosexual histories Homo homosexual activity homosexual experience Homosexual outlet human human sexual behavior incidence figures incidences and frequencies individuals Interc intercourse with prostitutes intersex interviewer involved Jewish less level Group marital intercourse marital status marriage married males Mast masturbation Mean Frequency nocturnal emissions onset of adolescence orgasm Parental Occupational Class patterns persons petting to climax physical pre-adolescent pre-marital intercourse present study Prost Protestant rates record religious Rural S-Jx S-PV S-Px sample sexual activity sexual behavior sexual relations significant single males socio-sexual sources of outlet Table Talmud techniques tion total outlet total population total sexual outlet turbation U. S. Census upper level Urban week WHITE MALES Whole group Total younger