Psychological aspects of human sexuality



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Dr. Irene Hanson Frieze Class Meets: 352 Cathedral

Professor of Psychology Tuesdays & Thursdays. 9:30-10:45am

Office: 3329 Sennott Square (624-4336) E-Mail: FRIEZE@pitt.edu

Office hours: TH 11am-noon & by appointment URL: http://www.pitt.edu/~frieze/

Fall 2008 : PSYCHOLOGY 1112-W [15560]



PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

Course Description.

This upper level course presents a social-psychological research orientation toward the study of human sexual behavior, with a major emphasis on the impact of underlying values and attitudes. A second theme is the interaction of social and biological factors in determining sexual behavior in women and men. Topics that will be addressed include sex hormones and sexual arousal, sexual orientation, the menstrual cycle, and pregnancy and childbirth. Other topics include contraception, love and attraction, sexually transmitted diseases and coercive sexual behavior.




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