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Sexuality is a fundamental component of human psychological experience, and yet it remains relatively underrepresented in the history of the psychological sciences. The APA Handbook on Sexuality and Psychology marks a turning point in the status of sexuality within the discipline of psychology. This comprehensive, two-volume handbook provides an overarching review of current empirical research on sexuality and a synthesis of the dominant theoretical perspectives that have guided both research and clinical practice. An organising current throughout the volume is the integration of individual experience and social/cultural context across every domain of sexuality. This dual emphasis on person and context is reflected in the structure of the handbook itself. Volume 1 presents foundational information on the history, theoretical and methodological development and current practices in the field, and then moves on to address foundational aspects of sexuality, including desire, orientation, behaviour and practices, individual lifespan development, and biological substrates. Volume 2 broadens the analytical frame to emphasise the core contextual factors known to influence the development, expression and interpretation of sexuality and its expression in and through all of the key social institutions of our society, including marginalised populations, education, sexual rights and communities, globalisation, religion and the media. The APA Handbook on Sexuality and Psychology will become a defining resource of this increasingly central topic across the sub-disciplines of psychology.Volume 1: Person-Based Approaches Editorial Board About the Editors-in-Chief Contributors Series Preface Foreword Introduction I. Introduction and Overview Sexuality Theory: A Review, a Revision and a Recommendation, Deborah L. Tolman and Lisa M. Diamond Sexuality and Gender: The Interplay, Sabra L. Katz-Wise and Janet S. Hyde Psychology and Sexuality in Historical Time, Michael Pettit and Peter Hegarty II. Methodologies of Sexuality Research Survey Methods in Sexuality Research, Vanessa Schick, Sarah K. Calabrese, and Debby Herbenick Experimental, Neuroimaging, and Psychophysiological Methods in Sexuality Research, Meredith L. Chivers, Kelly D. Suschinsky, Amanda D. Timmers, and Jennifer A. Bossio Phenomenological Research Methods in the Psychological Study of Sexuality, David M. Frost, Sara I. McClelland, Jennifer B. Clark, and Elizabeth A. Boylan III. Dimensions of Sexuality Biology of the Sexual Response, James G. Pfaus, Lisa A. Scepkowski, Lesley Marson, and Janniko R. Georgiadis Sexual Desire and Pleasure, Lori A. Brotto and Kelly B. Smith Sexual Diversity Peggy J. Kleinplatz and Lisa M. Diamond Sexuality in the Context of Relationships, Emily A. Impett, Amy Muise, and Diana Peregine Sexual Well-Being, E. Sandra Byers and Uzma S. Rehman Sexuality and Sexual Violence, Nicola Gavey and Charlene Y. Senn IV. Sexuality Development Life-Span Sexuality Through a Sexual Health Perspective, Devon J. Hensel and J. Dennis Fortenberry Sexuality in Childhood, Sharon Lamb and Aleksandra Plocha Sexuality in Adolescence, Lucia F. O'Sullivan and Ashley E. Thompson Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood, Carolyn T. Halpern and Christine E. Kaestle Sexuality in Aging, Pepper Schwartz, Sarah Diefendorf, and Anne McGlynn-Wright V. Same-Sex Sexuality Theories and Etiologies of Sexual Orientation, Margaret Rosario and Eric W. Schrimshaw Development of Sexual Orientation and Identity, Brian Mustanski, Laura Kuper, and George J. Greene Gender and Same-Sex Sexuality, Lisa M. Diamond VI. Sexual Bodies/Embodying Sexuality Sexuality and Health, William H. George, Jeanette Norris, Hong V. Nguyen, N. Tatiana Masters, and Kelly Cue Davis Sexuality and HIV/AIDS Prevention, Jose A. Bauermeister, Katherine S. Elkington, and David Huebner Sexuality and Reproductive Health, Ronna Popkin and John Santelli Transgender Identity Development, Walter O. Bockting Sexuality and Embodiment, Deborah L. Tolman, Christin P. Bowman, and Breanne Fahs Volume 2: Contextual Approaches Editorial Board I. Commodification of Sex Sexuality and Pornography, Gert Martin Hald, Christopher Seaman, and Daniel Linz Sexuality and Sex Work, Lianne A. Urada, Shira M. Goldenberg, Kate Shannon, and Steffanie A. Strathdee Sexuality and New Technologies, Eric R. Buhi, Heather Blunt, Christopher Wheldon, and Sheana S. Bull II. Treating Sexuality Sexuality and Psychotherapy, Donald S. Strassberg and Julia E. Mackaronis The History of Sexual Medicine, Michael A. Perelman III. Sexuality, Rights, and Social Change Sexuality and Culture, V. Bede Agocha, Marysol Asencio, and Carlos Ulises Decena Sexual Social Movements and Communities, Richard Parker, Jonathan Garcia, and Miguel Munoz-Laboy Sexual Rights for Marginalized Populations, Louis F. Graham and Mark Padilla Sexuality and Globalities, Sonia Correa, Brian R. Davis, and Richard Parker IV. Sexuality and Public Institutions Sexuality and Social Policy, Sara I. McClelland and David M. Frost Sexuality Education, Nancy Kendall Sexuality and Entertainment Media, L. Monique Ward, Lauren Reed, Sarah L. Trinh, and Monica Foust Sexuality and Religion, Krystal M. Hernandez, Annette Mahoney, and Kenneth I. Pargament Index


Szczegóły: APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology

Tytuł: APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology
Producent: American Psychiatric Press
ISBN: 9781433813696
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 1288
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 3.81 kg


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APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology

Sexuality is a fundamental component of human psychological experience, and yet it remains relatively underrepresented in the history of the psychological sciences. The APA Handbook on Sexuality and Psychology marks a turning point in the status of sexuality within the discipline of psychology. This comprehensive, two-volume handbook provides an overarching review of current empirical research on sexuality and a synthesis of the dominant theoretical perspectives that have guided both research and clinical practice. An organising current throughout the volume is the integration of individual experience and social/cultural context across every domain of sexuality. This dual emphasis on person and context is reflected in the structure of the handbook itself. Volume 1 presents foundational information on the history, theoretical and methodological development and current practices in the field, and then moves on to address foundational aspects of sexuality, including desire, orientation, behaviour and practices, individual lifespan development, and biological substrates. Volume 2 broadens the analytical frame to emphasise the core contextual factors known to influence the development, expression and interpretation of sexuality and its expression in and through all of the key social institutions of our society, including marginalised populations, education, sexual rights and communities, globalisation, religion and the media. The APA Handbook on Sexuality and Psychology will become a defining resource of this increasingly central topic across the sub-disciplines of psychology.Volume 1: Person-Based Approaches Editorial Board About the Editors-in-Chief Contributors Series Preface Foreword Introduction I. Introduction and Overview Sexuality Theory: A Review, a Revision and a Recommendation, Deborah L. Tolman and Lisa M. Diamond Sexuality and Gender: The Interplay, Sabra L. Katz-Wise and Janet S. Hyde Psychology and Sexuality in Historical Time, Michael Pettit and Peter Hegarty II. Methodologies of Sexuality Research Survey Methods in Sexuality Research, Vanessa Schick, Sarah K. Calabrese, and Debby Herbenick Experimental, Neuroimaging, and Psychophysiological Methods in Sexuality Research, Meredith L. Chivers, Kelly D. Suschinsky, Amanda D. Timmers, and Jennifer A. Bossio Phenomenological Research Methods in the Psychological Study of Sexuality, David M. Frost, Sara I. McClelland, Jennifer B. Clark, and Elizabeth A. Boylan III. Dimensions of Sexuality Biology of the Sexual Response, James G. Pfaus, Lisa A. Scepkowski, Lesley Marson, and Janniko R. Georgiadis Sexual Desire and Pleasure, Lori A. Brotto and Kelly B. Smith Sexual Diversity Peggy J. Kleinplatz and Lisa M. Diamond Sexuality in the Context of Relationships, Emily A. Impett, Amy Muise, and Diana Peregine Sexual Well-Being, E. Sandra Byers and Uzma S. Rehman Sexuality and Sexual Violence, Nicola Gavey and Charlene Y. Senn IV. Sexuality Development Life-Span Sexuality Through a Sexual Health Perspective, Devon J. Hensel and J. Dennis Fortenberry Sexuality in Childhood, Sharon Lamb and Aleksandra Plocha Sexuality in Adolescence, Lucia F. O'Sullivan and Ashley E. Thompson Sexuality in Emerging Adulthood, Carolyn T. Halpern and Christine E. Kaestle Sexuality in Aging, Pepper Schwartz, Sarah Diefendorf, and Anne McGlynn-Wright V. Same-Sex Sexuality Theories and Etiologies of Sexual Orientation, Margaret Rosario and Eric W. Schrimshaw Development of Sexual Orientation and Identity, Brian Mustanski, Laura Kuper, and George J. Greene Gender and Same-Sex Sexuality, Lisa M. Diamond VI. Sexual Bodies/Embodying Sexuality Sexuality and Health, William H. George, Jeanette Norris, Hong V. Nguyen, N. Tatiana Masters, and Kelly Cue Davis Sexuality and HIV/AIDS Prevention, Jose A. Bauermeister, Katherine S. Elkington, and David Huebner Sexuality and Reproductive Health, Ronna Popkin and John Santelli Transgender Identity Development, Walter O. Bockting Sexuality and Embodiment, Deborah L. Tolman, Christin P. Bowman, and Breanne Fahs Volume 2: Contextual Approaches Editorial Board I. Commodification of Sex Sexuality and Pornography, Gert Martin Hald, Christopher Seaman, and Daniel Linz Sexuality and Sex Work, Lianne A. Urada, Shira M. Goldenberg, Kate Shannon, and Steffanie A. Strathdee Sexuality and New Technologies, Eric R. Buhi, Heather Blunt, Christopher Wheldon, and Sheana S. Bull II. Treating Sexuality Sexuality and Psychotherapy, Donald S. Strassberg and Julia E. Mackaronis The History of Sexual Medicine, Michael A. Perelman III. Sexuality, Rights, and Social Change Sexuality and Culture, V. Bede Agocha, Marysol Asencio, and Carlos Ulises Decena Sexual Social Movements and Communities, Richard Parker, Jonathan Garcia, and Miguel Munoz-Laboy Sexual Rights for Marginalized Populations, Louis F. Graham and Mark Padilla Sexuality and Globalities, Sonia Correa, Brian R. Davis, and Richard Parker IV. Sexuality and Public Institutions Sexuality and Social Policy, Sara I. McClelland and David M. Frost Sexuality Education, Nancy Kendall Sexuality and Entertainment Media, L. Monique Ward, Lauren Reed, Sarah L. Trinh, and Monica Foust Sexuality and Religion, Krystal M. Hernandez, Annette Mahoney, and Kenneth I. Pargament Index

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Szczegóły: APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology

Tytuł: APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology
Producent: American Psychiatric Press
ISBN: 9781433813696
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 1288
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 3.81 kg


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