Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving
Little, Brown, Apr 30, 1988 - Science - 621 pages
Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving, written by the internationally acclaimed sex researchers William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson, and Robert C. Kolodny, is a comprehensive, warm, and highly readable survey that includes the most current findings on the remarkable range of complexities--biological, psychological, and social--that make up human sexuality.
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Masters and Johnson on sex and human lovingUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In the decade since they proved worthy of a discerning general audience with The Pleasure Bond (1975), pioneer sex therapists Masters and Virginia Johnson have written chiefly for professional and ... Read full review
Review: On Sex and Human LovingUser Review - J. Ewbank - Goodreads
This is a readabale book by the pair of "sex writers". It makes sense out of the research they have done. Some of their research may sound unusual to us but it certainly helped us understand sex. J ... Read full review