Sexuality is an essential part of human beings; its malfunction does not allow the development of a full life and well-being. The study and intervention in the sexual aspects of the individual is undoubtedly a necessary task in the approach to public health. In our large collection of books on medicine, we could not miss sexology books in PDF format, to meet the demand for research in this scientific area so relevant in any society or nation.
Sexology is the discipline that studies human sexuality in a comprehensive manner, from its biological, genetic, social, psychological and cultural aspects. The intention of this science is to intervene therapeutically in the sexual problems of patients and thus lead them to enjoy the sexual act in a healthy way. Sexual dysfunctions have been occurring more and more often since the last century, and are becoming more and more common, especially in men. Sexology is playing a very important role in this regard.
Sexology is a relatively new discipline, not becoming a profession until the end of the 19th century. The term “sexology” was introduced by Elizabeth Osgood. However, it was in the 20th century that it evolved by leaps and bounds. In the 1940s and 1950s, the biological, psychological and social aspects of male and female sexuality were explored. Later, in the 70s, sexual dysfunctions began to be addressed.
Now, sexology functions as an autonomous profession, although with influences from medicine and psychology. This selection of books on sexology has quality information that will be useful in your research.
If you are interested in this topic, or you are specializing in this area of knowledge, we recommend our compendium of more than 25 books on sexology in PDF format, totally free and that you can download immediately to your electronic devices.
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2) Sexual pleasure as a human right: Harmful or helpful to women in the context of HIV/AIDS?
3) Premature Ejaculation: A Clinical Review for the General Physician
Eric Chung, Brent Gilbert, Marlon Perera, Matthew J Roberts
4) Sexology (Sexual Medicine) in Primary Care: Sexual Myths, Beliefs and Practices (Power Point Presentation)
Dr. Etienne L. Kok
5) The Relationship Between Sexology and the Lesbian Identity in Early 20th-Century Britain
Shaina Paige Maciejewski
6) The female orgasmic state and the different dimensions of the female sexualexperience: lessons learned from expert interviews
Nemati, Anna-Lisa Julia ; Weitkamp, Katharina
8) Guidelines on Male Sexual Dysfunction: Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation
K. Hatzimouratidis (Chair), I. Eardley, F. Giuliano, I. Moncada, A. Salonia
9) Sexual pleasure as a human right: Harmful or helpful to women in the context of HIV/AIDS?
10) The Attitudes of Therapists and Physicians on the Use of Sex Robots in Sexual Therapy: Online Survey and Interview Study
Christiane Eichenberg, PhD
13) Effects of Physical Exercise on Sexual Function and Quality of Sexual Life Related to MenopausalSymptoms in Peri- and Postmenopausal Women A Systematic Review
María del Carmen Carcelén-Fraile, Agustín Aibar-Almazán, Antonio Martínez-Amat,David Cruz-Díaz, Esther Díaz-Mohedo, María Teresa Redecillas-Peiró and Fidel Hita-Contreras
14) Clinical Holistic Medicine: Teaching Orgasm for Females with Chronic Anorgasmia using the Betty Dodson Method
Pia Struck and Soren Ventegodt
15) Sexual practices and health care of women who have sex with women: 2013-2014
Andréa Cronemberger Rufino, Alberto Madeiro, Adriana Trinidad, Raiza Santos, Isadora Freitas
16) A Model for the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunctions
Lúcia Alves da Silva Lara, Sandra Cristina Poerner Scalco, Júlia Kefalás Troncon, Gerson Pereira Lopes
17) The Impact of COVID 19 on Female Sexual Health (Article)
Anna Fuchs, Aleksandra Matonóg, Joanna Pilarska, Paulina Sieradzka, Mateusz Szul, Bartosz Czuba and Agnieszka Drosdzol
18) Is sexology necessary in dermatology? Review of most common sexual dysfunction in skin disorders (Article)
19) Why Should Sexuality Education be Delivered in School-Based Settings? (Article)
World Health Organization
20) Vaginal Dilator Exercises for Psychosexual Therapy (Article)
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
23) Back to the Basics: Origins of Sex Therapy, Sexual Disorder and Therapeutic Techniques (Article)
Lauren M. Walker and John W. Robinson
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