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Chapter 1: Studying Human Sexuality
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Experiencing Human Sexuality Emotions Self-discovery Gender Identity Sexual orientation Development of sexual values Making choices Sex is more than intercourse
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Understanding Human Sexuality Lots of inaccurate information Tolerance of sexual diversity What is “normal” sexuality? Sexual health Parenting Research on sexuality
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Methods for Studying Human Sexuality Surveys!!! Respondents Validity Reliability Types of surveys Issues regarding surveys Wording of questions
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Unformatted text preview: Participant sample Participant selection Self-selection bias Self-report data Social desirability bias Methods for Studying Human Sexuality (cont.) Case studies Observational studies Correlational research Experimental research Treatment Independent variable Dependent variable Experimental group Control group Ethics and Sexuality Research Protection from harm Informed consent Freedom to withdraw Debriefing Confidentiality...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course PSYCH 373 taught by Professor Marthafaircloth during the Spring '09 term at Campbell.

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