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Choice, Awareness, Responsibility

 

Human Sexuality, Third Edition, helps students develop and design their own sexual philosophy.

 

Every chapter begins with actual student questions from the author's files during nearly 20 years of teaching the human sexuality course. Throughout each chapter the questions are answered and new ones are posed--encouraging students to think critically, analyze, and apply the material in personally relevant ways. Hock takes a psychosocial approach, infused with biological foundations throughout the text. The book focuses on topics that are most critical and of greatest relevance to students' personal lives and their interactions with others, and on how these topics affect them emotionally, psychologically, and interpersonally. This student-centered approach is incorporated into the text's discussions of all areas of sexuality: psychological, social and biological (including medical issues, sexual health, sexual anatomy and sexual physiology). Sensitivity to diverse groups, not only in terms of race and ethnicity, but also in terms if sexual orientation, age, sexual knowledge, and sexual experience allows all students to feel as comfortable and open about sexual topics as possible.

 

Teaching & Learning Experience

  • Personalize Learning — The new MyPsychLab delivers proven results in helping students succeed, provides engaging experiences that personalize learning, and comes from a trusted partner with educational expertise and a deep commitment to helping students and instructors achieve their goals.
  • Improve Critical Thinking — With features like “Evaluating Sexual Research” and “Sexuality, Ethics, and the Law” Human Sexuality encourages students to be critical and skeptical when confronted with sexuality research and information.
  • Engage Students — An interpersonal approach and focus on helping students develop their own sexual philosophy connects course material to their real life decisions and behaviors.
  • Explore Research — The most up-to-date, scientific research is included.
  • Apply Your Knowledge —opportunities like self-tests and scenario-driven questions throughout the text give students a chance to think more deeply about the content presented and help them to relate the material to their own lives.
  • Support Instructors - An instructor’s manual, Test Bank, MyTest, PowerPoints, teaching films, and class response systems provide instructors with the ultimate supplements package. 

Table of Contents

IN THIS SECTION:
1.) BRIEF
2.) COMPREHENSIVE



BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Studying Human Sexuality
Chapter 2: Sexual Anatomy
Chapter 3: The Physiology of Human Sexual Responding
Chapter 4: Love, Intimacy, and Sexual Communication
Chapter 5: Contraception: Planning and Preventing Pregnancy
Chapter 6: Sexual Behaviors: Experiencing Sexual Pleasure
Chapter 7: Sexual Problems and Solutions
Chapter 8: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Chapter 9: Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth
Chapter 10: Gender: Expectations, Roles, and Behaviors
Chapter 11: Sexual Orientation
Chapter 12: Sexual Development throughout Life
Chapter 13: Sexual Aggression and Violence: Rape, Child Sexual Abuse, and Harassment
Chapter 14: Paraphilias: The Extremes of Sexual Behavior
Chapter 15: The Sexual Marketplace: Prostitution and Pornography


COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Studying Human Sexuality

Historical Perspectives: A Human Sexuality Time Line
Experiencing Human Sexuality
Understanding Human Sexuality
Methods for Studying Human Sexuality
Ethics and Sexuality Research
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 2: Sexual Anatomy
Historical Perspectives: Anatomy in the Dark Ages
The Male Sexual Body
The Female Sexual Body
Menstruation
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 3: The Physiology of Human Sexual Responding
Historical Perspectives: Sexual Pioneers
Biology, Psychology, and Human Sexual Responding
Masters and Johnson: The Excitement-Plateau-Orgasm-Resolution Model
Alternatives to Masters and Johnson
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 4: Love, Intimacy, and Sexual Communication
Historical Perspectives: Love and Marriage in America, c. 1750
Establishing Early Intimacy (Today)
Love
Communication in Love Relationships
Losing Love: Why Relationships End
Abusive and Violent Relationships
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 5: Contraception: Planning and Preventing Pregnancy
Historical Perspectives: The Politics of Contraception
Choosing a Method of Contraception
Methods for Preventing Pregnancy and STIs
Methods for Preventing Pregnancy (But Not STIs)
Abortion is Not Contraception
Experimental and Future Methods of Birth Control
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 6: Sexual Behaviors: Experiencing Sexual Pleasure
Historical Perspectives: Masturbation Will Be the Death of You…
Your Sexual Comfort Zone
Solitary and Shared Sexual Behaviors
Sexual Fantasy
Masturbation
Erotic Touch
Oral Sex
Anal Stimulation
Coitus
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 7: Sexual Problems and Solutions
Historical Perspectives: Before Masters and Johnson
What is a Sexual Problem?
Sources of Sexual Problems
General Guidelines for Solving Sexual Problems
Specific Problems and Solutions
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 8: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Historical Perspectives: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study
The STI Epidemic
Risk Factors for STIs
Specific Sexually Transmitted Infections
Viral STIs
Bacterial STIs
Parasitic STIs: Sexually Transmitted Bugs?
Preventing STIs
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 9: Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth
Historical Perspectives: The Pain of Giving Birth
Deciding Whether or Not to Have a Child
Conception
Pregnancy
Potential Problems in Pregnancy
Abortion
Birth
Postpartum Issues
Impaired Fertility
Adoption
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 10: Gender: Expectations, Roles, and Behaviors
Historical Perspectives: The Story of Christine Jorgensen
The Distinctions between Sex and Gender
The Development of Biological Sex
The Development of Gender Identity
Transgenderism
Gender and Sexual Orientation
Gender Roles and Stereotypes
Origins of Gender Revisited
Androgyny
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 11: Sexual Orientation
Historical Perspectives: The Stonewall Riot and the Beginnings of the Gay Rights Movement
Straight, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual: A Closer Look
Nonheterosexual Orientations: Issues and Attitudes
Theories of the Origins of Sexual Orientation
Coming Out
Sexual Orientation and HIV
Prejudice, Discrimination, and the Gay Rights Movement
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 12: Sexual Development throughout Life
Historical Perspectives: Freud’s Psychosexual Stages of Development: Oedipus and Electra?
Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood
Sexuality in Adolescence
Sexuality in College
Sexuality in Adulthood
Sexuality and Aging
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 13: Sexual Aggression and Violence: Rape, Child Sexual Abuse, and Harassment
Historical Perspectives: Marital Rape
Rape
Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual Harassment
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 14: Paraphilias: The Extremes of Sexual Behavior
Historical Perspectives: An Early Account of Paraphilias
Defining Paraphilias
Origins of Paraphilias
Gender and Paraphilias
Specific Paraphilias
Treatment of Paraphilias
Your Sexual Philosophy

Chapter 15: The Sexual Marketplace: Prostitution and Pornography
Historical Perspectives: The Oldest Brothel?
Prostitution
Pornography
Your Sexual Philosophy



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