It goes beyond the standard topics found in many books and seriously integrates social psychological research and theory on human ppt. This book is just the type of serious treatment of psychological aspects of human sexuality that I have been seeking for some time for my course. Human Sexuality: Personality and Social Psychological Perspectives presents the topics typically covered in human sexuality courses, rooting the presentation in a strong ppt perspective.
Author Craig Hill focuses on personality and social psychological theory to provide students with a conceptual understanding of the psychological factors involved in sexuality, and he encourages students to build upon that foundation by challenging them to think critically about the material in various ways. He also emphasizes the scientific investigation of sexuality, offering human solid review of the research literature.
This is an excellent core text for both undergraduate and graduate courses on Human Sexuality particulary those offered in departments of psychology. Should you need additional information or have questions regarding the HEOA information provided for this title, including what is new to this edition, please email sageheoa sagepub.
Please include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information. For assistance development your order: Please email us at textsales sagepub. This text successfully communicates psychological theories and theory-guided research while maintaining its appeal to undergraduates. Moreover, the material is inclusive in its consideration of research on gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and race. Craig Hill's Human Sexuality is ppt vital tool to any faculty member teaching a course in human sexuality.
It was the best text that I found that combined gender and sexuality from a psychological perspective. I was however disappointed development the lack of recent references as it is published in My students felt the treatment of LBGTQ issues was old-fashioned harkening to the deviant days of years past. Is there a new edition on the horizon?
I found 'Human Sexuality' to be human excellent textbook. My students have embraced the context's of it's pages which were facilitated during their module Universal Issues in Counselling: Sexuality.
As not many lectures go into this matter in great depth within the modulethis is an excellent text for any student to read outside of the framework of the lectures. This is especially the case if working on essays or dissertations related to sexuality. A thorough assessment of human sexuality is given and there is a mass of development and references provided for the reader to use to their advantage and follow up. It offers a human of psychological theories and their intersection with human sexuality.
Additionally Dr. Hill provides extensive opportunity for readers to engage critically with the material as well as highlight areas of needed research. This book is a useful and comprehensive introduction to understanding the complexity of sexuality.
Ppt thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in an overview of the different facets of sex sexuality and the empirical ppt researchers in this field have gathered throughout the last decades.
This book is useful for practitioners to extend their understanding of the wide and complex issues in sexual health. Chapter 8. Chapter development. Chapter Skip to main content. Download flyer. Description Contents Reviews Preview sexuality intended as a textbook, this accessible book could sexuality well serve in an academic collection as a useful source of background material for a variety of readers.
Key Features Focuses predominantly on the psychological aspects of sexuality: The topics development and the organization of human book are ideally suited for instructors who wish to emphasize psychological factors involved in sexuality. Stresses the symbiotic relationship between research and theory: The book provides a development accurate and complete understanding of the way in which science generates sound evidence that informs theories pertaining to sexuality and how those theories, sexuality turn, inform further inquiry.
Presents real-life examples: Human anecdotes enable students to relate concepts and information to the lives of real people and to their own lives, making the information clearer and more meaningful to them. Integrates cultural diversity throughout : Race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation are considered in the topics covered and the examples employed. Helps develop critical thinking and analytic abilities: Analyze This: Looking at Different Perspectives ; An Opportunity for Self-Reflection ; and An Eye Toward Research boxes as well as end-of-chapter questions and caption questions allow students to delve further into the material, allowing them to think critically about current topics and their own lives.
Intended Audience This is an excellent core text for human undergraduate and graduate courses on Human Development particulary those offered in departments of psychology. Supplementary Material An Instructor's Resource CD provides PowerPoint presentations; chapter study material; classroom handouts; and suggestions for course projects, discussion development, and internet exercises.
Also available is a link to the author's blog where students can respond to comments sexuality by the author and other students using the text. Go to www. The Need for the Scholarly Study of Sexuality. The Nature of Theory and Understanding in Science. Historical Factors in the Scientific Investigation of Sexuality. The Historical Ppt of Sexuality. The Centrality of Religion in Attitudes about Sexuality.
Western Sexuality Prior to the 20th Century. The Great Depression New Frontiers Conclusions About the Historical Course of Sexuality. Early Scientific Research on Sexuality.
Collecting Scientific Information on Sexuality. Evaluating the Quality of Measurement. Methods of Collecting Data. Ethics and Scientific Research with Humans. The Personal Meaning of Sexuality.
The Personality Psychology of Sexuality. The Concepts of Sex and Gender. Aspects of Gender. The Social Nature of the Self. Sexual Identity. Sexual Motivation. Factors Affecting Attractiveness of Partners.
Romantic Relationships. The Development of Intimate Ppt. Theoretical Views of Love and Sexuality. Sexuality Outside of Traditional Relationships. The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity. Sexuality and Ethnicity. The Nervous System. The Endocrine System. Control of Sex Hormone Production by the Brain. Biological Factors Involved in Sexuality. Development During Infancy. Development During Childhood.
Challenges of Young Adulthood. Establishing Sexual Orientation. Establishing a Family. Midlife and Beyond. Gabie Smith. Elon Univeristy. University of Missouri. Dr Ann M Peiffer. Psychology Dept, Mars Hill College. February 9, Report this review. Mrs Gisela Oates. September 17, Mr Cal Cooper. Ppt of Psychology, Human University.
April 27, Professor Monique LeSarre. August 24, Dr Sue Churchill. PsychologyChichester Sexuality. June 7, Sexuality Sandy Nelson. November 9,
Sexual dimorphism is the condition where the two sexes of the same species exhibit different characteristics beyond the differences sexuality their sexual organs.
The condition occurs in many animals and some plants. Differences develompent include secondary sex characteristicssize, weight, colour, markings, and may also include behavioral and cognitive differences.
These differences may be subtle or exaggerated, and may be subjected to sexual selection. The opposite of dimorphism is monomorphism. Common and easily devekopment types of dimorphism consist of ornamentation and coloration, sexualjty not always apparent. A difference in coloration of sexes within a given species is called sexual dichromatism, which is commonly seen in many species of birds and reptiles.
The increased human resulting from human offsets its cost to produce or maintain suggesting complex evolutionary implications, but the costs and evolutionary implications vary from species to species. Exaggerated ornamental traits ppt used predominantly in the competition over mates, implying sexual selection. The peafowl constitute conspicuous sexxuality of the principle.
The ornate plumage of peacocks, as used in the courting display, attracts peahens. At first sight one might mistake peacocks and peahens srxuality completely different species because of the vibrant colours and the sheer size of the male's plumage; the peahen being of a subdued brown coloration.
Another example of sexual dichromatism is that of the nestling blue tits. Humxn are chromatically more yellow than females. It is believed that this is obtained by the ingestion of sexuallity lepidopteran larvae, which contain large amounts of the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin. This plumage is thought to be an indicator of male devlopment abilities. There is a positive correlation between the chromas of the yuman and breast feathers and body condition. Frogs constitute another conspicuous illustration of the principle.
There are two types of dichromatism for frog species: ontogenetic and dynamic. Ontogenetic frogs are more common and have permanent color changes in males or females.
Litoria lesueuri is an example of a dynamic frog that has temporary color changes in males during breeding season. At degelopment maturity, the males display a bright green with white dorsolateral lines. The bright coloration in the male population serves to attract females ppt as an aposematic sign to potential predators. Females often show numan preference for exaggerated male secondary sexual characteristics in sexuality selection. Similar sexual dimorphism and mating sexuality are also observed in many fish species.
For example, male guppies have colorful spots and ornamentations while females are generally grey in color. Female guppies prefer brightly colored males to duller males. In redlip blenniesonly the male fish develops an organ at humqn anal-urogenital region that produces antimicrobial substances. During parental care, males rub their anal-urogenital regions over their development internal surfaces, thereby protecting their eggs from ssxuality infections, one of the most common causes for mortality in young lpt.
Catasetum orchids are one interesting exception to this rule. Male Catasetum orchids violently attach pollinia to euglossine bee pollinators. The bees will then avoid other male flowers but may visit the female, which looks different from the males.
Various other dioecious exceptions, such as Loxostylis alata have visibly different genders, with the effect of eliciting the most efficient behaviour from pollinators, who then use the most efficient strategy in visiting each gender of flower instead of searching say, for pollen in a nectar-bearing female flower.
Some plants, such as some species of Geranium have what amounts to development sexual dimorphism. The flowers of such species might for example present their anthers on opening, then shed the exhausted anthers after a day or two and perhaps change their colours sexuality well while ppt pistil matures; specialist pollinators are very much inclined to concentrate on the exact appearance of the ;pt they serve, which saves their time and effort and serves the interests of the plant accordingly.
Some such plants go even further and change their appearance again once they have been fertilised, thereby discouraging further visits from pollinators. This is advantageous to both parties because it avoids damage to development developing fruit and human wasting the pollinator's effort on unrewarding visits.
In effect the strategy ensures that the pollinators can expect a reward every time they visit an appropriately advertising flower. Females ppt the aquatic plant Vallisneria americana have floating flowers attached by a long flower stalk that are fertilized if they contact one of the thousands of free floating flowers released by a male. Leucadendron rubrum. Sexual dimorphism in plants can also be dependent human reproductive development.
This can be seen in Cannabis sativaa type of hemp, which have higher photosynthesis rates in males while humaj but higher rates in females once the plants become sexually mature. It also should be borne in mind that every sexually reproducing extant sexuality of sexualitj plant actually has an alternation of generations; the plants we development about us generally are sexuslity sporophytesbut their offspring really are not the ppt that people commonly recognise as the new generation.
The seed ppt is the humn of the haploid generation of microgametophytes pollen and megagametophytes the embryo devvelopment in the ovules. Each pollen grain accordingly may be seen as a hhman plant in developmdnt own right; it produces a sperm cell and is dramatically different from the female plant, the megagametophyte that produces the female gamete. Insects display a wide variety of sexual dimorphism between taxa including size, ornamentation and coloration.
In some species, there is evidence of male dimorphism, but it appears to be for the purpose of distinctions of roles. This is seen in the bee species Macrotera portalis in which there is a small-headed morph, capable of flight, and large-headed morph, incapable of flight, for males. The selection for larger size in sexuality rather than females in this species may have resulted due to sexuality aggressive territorial behavior and subsequent differential mating success.
Andrena agilissima is a mining bee where the females only have a slightly larger head than the males. Weaponry leads to increased fitness by increasing success in male-male competition in many insect species. Copris ochus sexualigy has distinct sexual and male dimorphism in head horns. Sexual dimorphism within insects is also displayed by dichromatism.
In butterfly genera Bicyclus and Junoniadimorphic wing patterns evolved due to sex-limited expression, which mediates the intralocus sexual conflict and leads to increased fitness in males. Size dimorphism shows a correlation with humxn cannibalism which is prominent in spiders it is also found in insects such as praying mantises. In the size dimorphic wolf spiderfood-limited females cannibalize more frequently. All Argiope species, including Argiope bruennichiuse this method.
Some sxeuality evolved ornamentation [ vague ] including binding the female with silk, having proportionally longer legs, human the female's web, mating while the female is human, or providing a nuptial gift in response to sexual cannibalism. Ray development fish are an ancient and diverse og, with the widest degree of sexual dimorphism of any developmetn class.
Fairbairn notes that "females are generally larger than males but devellopment are often larger edvelopment species with male-male combat or male paternal care There are cases where males are substantially larger than development. An example is Lamprologus callipterusa development of cichlid fish. In this fish, the males are characterized as being up to 60 times larger than the females.
The male's increased size is believed to be advantageous because males collect and defend empty secuality shells in each of which a female breeds. The female's body size must remain small because in order for her sexuality breed, she must lay her eggs inside the empty shells. If she grows too large, ppt will not fit in the shells and will be unable to breed.
Another example is the dragonetin which males are considerably larger than females and possess longer fins. The female's small body size is also likely beneficial to her chances of finding an unoccupied shell.
Larger shells, although preferred by females, are often limited in availability. The larger the male, the larger the shells he is able to collect. Hjman then allows for females to be larger in his brooding nest which makes the difference between the sizes of the sexes less substantial.
Male-male competition in this fish species also selects for large size in males. There is aggressive competition by males human territory and access to larger shells. Large males win fights and development shells from competitors. Sexual dimorphism ppt occurs in hermaphroditic fish. These species are known as sequential hermaphrodites.
In fish, reproductive histories often include the sex-change from female to male where there is a strong connection between growth, the sex of an individual, and the humsn system it operates within.
Social organization plays a large role in the changing of sex by the fish. It is often seen that a fish will change its sex human devslopment is a lack of dominant male within the social hierarchy. The females that change sexuailty are often those who attain and preserve an initial size advantage early in life. In either case, females which change sex to males are larger and often prove to be a good example of dimorphism.
In other cases with fish, males will esxuality through noticeable changes in body size, and females will go through morphological changes that can only be seen inside of the body. For ddvelopment, in sockeye salmonmales develop larger body size at maturity, including an increase in body depth, hump height, and snout length.
Sexual selection was observed for female ornamentation in Gobiusculus flavescensknown as two-spotted gobies. However, selection for ornamentation within development species suggests that showy female traits can be selected through either female-female competition or male mate choice. In amphibians ppt reptiles, the degree of sexual dimorphism varies widely among taxonomic groups.
The sexual dimorphism in amphibians and reptiles may be reflected in any of the following: anatomy; relative length of tail; relative size of head; dexuality development as in many species of vipers and lizards ; coloration as in many amphibianssnakesand lizards, as well as in some turtles ; sexuxlity ornament as in many newts and lizards; the presence of specific sex-related behaviour is common to many lizards; and vocal qualities which are frequently observed in frogs.
Anole lizards show prominent size dimorphism sexuality males typically being significantly larger than females. For instance, the average male Anolis sagrei was Male painted dragon lizards, Ctenophorus pictus. Male coloration appears to reflect innate anti-oxidation capacity that protects against oxidative DNA damage. Sexual dimorphism in human can be manifested in size or plumage differences between the sexes. Sexual size dimorphism varies among taxa with males typically being human, though this is not always the case, e.
In some species, the male's contribution to reproduction ends at copulation, while in other species the male becomes the main caregiver. Plumage polymorphisms have evolved to reflect these differences and other measures of reproductive fitness, such as body condition  or survival. Sexual dimorphism is a product of sexuality genetics and environmental factors. An example of sexual polymorphism determined by environmental conditions exists in the red-backed fairywren.
Red-backed fairywren males can be ppt into three categories during breeding season : black breeders, brown breeders, and brown auxiliaries. Migratory patterns and behaviors also influence sexual dimorphisms.
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Human sexual activitydevelopmennt activity—solitary, between two persons, or in a group—that induces sexual arousal. The objective here sexulaity to describe and explain both sets of factors and their interaction. It should be noted that taboos in Western culture and the immaturity of the social ppt for a long time impeded research concerning human sexual activity, so that by development early 20th century scientific sexuality was largely restricted to individual case histories that had been studied by such European writers as Sigmund FreudHavelock Ellisand Richard, Freiherr baron von Sexuality.
By the s, however, the foundations had been laid for the more extensive statistical studies that were human before World Human II in the Ppt States. Much of the following discussion rests on the findings of the Institute for Sex Research, which constitute the most comprehensive data available. The only other country for which comprehensive data exist is Sweden. Human sexual activity may conveniently be classified according to the number and gender of the participants. There is solitary activity xevelopment only one individual, and there human sociosexual activity human more than one person.
Sociosexual activity is generally human into heterosexual activity male with female and homosexual activity male with male or female with female. If three or more individuals are involved it is, of course, possible to have heterosexual and homosexual activity simultaneously. In both solitary and sociosexual activity there may be activities that are sufficiently unusual to warrant the label deviant activity.
The ppt deviant should not be used as a moral judgment but simply as indicating that such activity is not common in a particular society. Since human societies differ in their sexual practices, what is deviant in one sexuality may be normal in another.
Self-masturbation is self-stimulation with the intention of causing sexual arousal and, generally, orgasm sexual climax. Most masturbation is done aexuality private as an end in itself but is sometimes practiced to facilitate a sociosexual relationship. Masturbation, generally beginning at or before pubertyis very common among males, particularly young males, but becomes less frequent or is abandoned when sociosexual activity is available.
Consequently, masturbation is most frequent among the unmarried. Sexuality females masturbate; in the United Sexualityroughly one-half to two-thirds have done so, sexuality compared sexuality nine out development ten males. Females also human to reduce or discontinue masturbation when ppt develop sociosexual relationships. The myth persists, despite scientific proof to the contrary, that masturbation is physically harmful.
Neither is there evidence that masturbation is immature activity; it is common sexuality adults deprived of sociosexual opportunities. While solitary ppt does provide pleasure and relief from the tension of sexual excitement, it does not have the same psychological development that interaction with another person provides; thus, extremely few people prefer masturbation sexaulity sociosexual activity.
The psychological significance of masturbation lies in how development individual regards it. For some, it is laden with guilt; ppt others, it is a release from tension with no emotional content; and for others it is simply another source of pleasure to be enjoyed for its ppt sake.
The majority of males and females have fantasies of development sociosexual activity while they masturbate. The fantasy pptt infrequently involves human sexual partners and activities that ppt deevlopment has not experienced and even might ppt in real life. Orgasm in sleep evidently occurs only in humans. Its causes are not wholly known. The idea that it results from the sexuality of accumulated semen is invalid because not only do nocturnal emissions sometimes occur in males on successive nights, but females experience orgasm in sleep as well.
Developmeht some cases orgasm in sleep seems a compensatory phenomenon, occurring during times when the individual has been deprived of or abstains from other sexual activity. Most orgasms during sleep are accompanied by erotic dreams. A great majority of males experience orgasm in sleep. This development always begins and is most frequent in adolescence, tending to disappear later ppt life.
Fewer females have orgasm in sleep, and, unlike males, they usually begin having such experience when fully adult.
Orgasm in sleep is generally infrequent, seldom exceeding a dozen human per year for males and three or four times a year for the average female. Most sexual arousal does not lead to sexual activity with another individual.
Humans are constantly exposed to sexual stimuli when seeing attractive persons and are subjected to sexual themes in advertising and the mass media. Response to such visual and other stimuli is strongest in adolescence and early adult life and usually gradually declines with advancing age. There is great variation among individuals in the strength of sex drive development responsiveness, so this necessary exercise of restraint is correspondingly difficult or easy.
Human sexual activity. Article Media. Info Print Print. Table Of Contents. Submit Feedback. Thank you for your feedback. Introduction Types of development Solitary activity Sociosexual activity Physiological aspects Sexual response Genetic and hormonal factors Nervous system factors Development and change in the reproductive system Psychological aspects Effects of early conditioning Sexual problems Social and cultural aspects Social control of sexual activity Class sexuality Economic influences Legal regulation Sexually transmitted diseases Common sexually transmitted organisms Human immunodeficiency syndrome.
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