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Unformatted text preview: + Sex Researchers n༆ Laumann, et al., 1994 n༆  Na@onal Health and Social Life Survey n༆  Random sample of almost 3500 Americans, 18- 59 n༆  Face to face interviews n༆  Discoveries n༆  Americans are largely monogamous n༆  Americans have sex about once a week n༆  Americans are fairly tradi@onal in the bedroom n༆  Homosexuality is not as prevalent as originally believed n༆  Orgasms the rule for men, the excep@on for women n༆  Sexual dysfunc@on more prevalent among women + Challenges in Sex Research n༆ Sampling n༆  n༆  n༆  Random sample Representa@ve sample Volunteer bias n༆ Social desirability n༆ Faulty es@ma@on n༆ Differing interpreta@ons of ques@ons n༆ Ethical considera@ons n༆  n༆  n༆  Cannot cause harm Confiden@ality Informed consent + Sex Research: Is it important? + + Major sexology breakthroughs n༆  Non-procreative sexual behaviour is common (Krafft-Ebing, 1886) n༆  “Everyone is bisexual” (Freud, 1920s) n༆  First successful MtF sex change operation was performed in Denmark in 1952 n༆  Women have orgasms, too? (Masters & Johnson, 1950s) n༆  The Pill (1960s) n༆  Homosexuality removed from the DSM (1972) n༆  Era (1998) n༆  Ovulation not as constant as once thought (2003) + Theories Guiding Sexuality...
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