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Human Sexuality in Endless Forms Most Beautiful
David P Schmitt Ph.D.
Who should be portrayed as "eminent" in sexual science? Some thoughts.
Agreements, ghost disagreements, and points for continued debate about sex differences.
Important things to remember.
How (and why) do sexual diversity scholars find employment in universities?
Are sex differences in personality real? A response to the Google memo.
Sex surveys have limitations, but can be useful if administered correctly.
Sex with strangers? Men and women disagree.
When it comes to science and sexual diversity, how do we explain the complex combinations of sex and gender?
Sex differences in jealousy: Evolved or illusory?
Are there really sex differences in talkativeness?
Are men or women more helpful?
Mate choice across generations: Who decides?
What is the relationship between hormones and gender roles?
Are there really evolved sex differences in cognition?
How to make sex differences appear to disappear.
Sexuality Education Needs Warning Labels?
Is There Evidence of Women’s Greater Negative Emotionality All Around the World?
Are Men and Women Psychologically Different?
All Men are Promiscuous, All Women are Monogamous? No.
Do women prefer masculine men as short-term mates? Depends on who (and where) you ask.
Maxims or myths of beauty?
How much of a difference is needed before a sex difference is real?
What evolutionary psychologists do not expect when they're expecting.
Do men and women reproduce differently? Does it matter?
Women want short-term mates, too.
Great Sexual Science of 2011
For many people, the wonders of gendered diversity hurt their head.
A scientific look at sexually unfaithful personalities.
In this inaugural Sexual Personalities post, I define "sexual personality" and spell out three orienting principles that guide my approach to sexual diversity.
David P. Schmitt, Ph.D., is a Caterpillar Inc. Professor of Psychology at Bradley University.