2 edition of Biological bases of sexual behavior found in the catalog.
Biological bases of sexual behavior
in New York, Harper & Row 
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -294.
|Series||Animal behavior series|
|Contributions||Davidson, Julian M., jt. author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 306 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
This classic is one of the most cited and novel approaches to psychology ever written. Hans Eysenck presents a descriptive and causal model of human personality in accord with the major concepts of experimental psychology and the physiological and neurological mechanisms that form the biological basis of behavior patterns. Sexual orientation refers to a pattern of sexual _____ with regard to one's gender identity. attraction The relationship between an individual's education, family structure, health care, and behavior with regard to sexual activity is studied as ________ by sociologists.
Paired with these biological explanations of the perpetrator's behavior have been biological explanations of the behavior of a victim of sexual assault. For women, sexual activity with a limited number of partners is desirable and thus women have evolved to resist rape. Review, A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion. This difference has a major effect on how humans approach sex. The biology, anatomy and physiology of most mammalian life on Earth lead to an instinctive approach. The biological imperatives guide male and female sexual behavior, and anatomy does nothing to impede that behavior. Note I say "most". There is one notable exception: human beings.
There is an ongoing debate in psychology as to the relative roles of genes and environment on the development of human behavior. There is little doubt that genes play a significant role in shaping certain innate human behaviors, such as sexual and parental behavior, social bonding, fear, and aggression. As in all animals, genes determine the underlying neurochemistry and circuitry that drive. J.D. Baldwin, J.I. Baldwin, in Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (Second Edition), Abstract. Both typical and atypical sexual behavior can best be understood in terms of developmental studies. Both nature and nurture are needed to explain the entire range of human sexual behavior, and sexual therapies also require attention to both of these elements.
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Like food, sex is an important part of our lives. From an evolutionary perspective, the reason is obvious—perpetuation of the species. Sexual behavior in humans, however, involves much more than reproduction.
This section provides an overview of research that has been conducted on human sexual behavior and motivation. : A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion (): Thornhill, Randy, Palmer, Craig T.: BooksCited by: A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion is a book by the biologist Randy Thornhill and the anthropologist Craig T.
Palmer, in which the authors argue that evolutionary psychology can account for rape among human beings, maintain that rape is either a behavioral adaptation or a byproduct of adaptive traits such as sexual desire and aggressiveness, and make proposals Cited by: It goes beyond pure reproduction and constitutes an important part of sensual interaction.
Sexual behavior embodies the tension between biological determination, societal and cultural norms, and an individual's personal life choices. Sexuality and sexual behavior are subject to constant change.
The book includes a useful summary of evolutionary theory and a comparison of evolutionary biology's and social science's explanations of human behavior. The authors argue for the greater explanatory power and practical usefulness of evolutionary biology.
Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion3/5(3). Chapter 3: Biological Basis of Behavior Overview Human Genetics Cells of the Nervous System Parts of the Nervous System The Brain & Spinal Cord The Endocrine System The results of some of these efforts were published in two books—Sexual Behavior in the Human Male.
InWilliam Masters and Virginia Johnson published a book detailing the results of their observations of nearly people who agreed to participate in their study of physiological responses during sexual behavior.
Unlike Kinsey, who used personal interviews and surveys to collect data, Masters and Johnson observed people having. A biologist and an anthropologist use evolutionary biology to explain the causes and inform the prevention of rape.
In this controversial book, Randy Thornhill and Craig Palmer use evolutionary biology to explain the causes of rape and to recommend new approaches to its prevention. According to Thornhill and Palmer, evolved adaptation of some sort gives rise to rape; the main evolutionary.
Biological Basis of Behaviour. Lead Author(s): Noba Project. the sleep-wake cycle, sexual desire, fear and aggression, and even memory. The cerebellum is a structure at the very back of the brain. Aristotle referred to it as the “small brain” based on its appearance and it is principally involved with movement and posture although it is.
Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion By RANDY THORNHILL and CRAIG T. PALMER The MIT Press. Read the Review. book—especially after the publication of Animal Dispersion in Relation to Social Behavior, an influential book by the ornithologist V.
Wynne-Edwards (). Williams's rebuttal of the concept of group selection convinced almost. Human sexuality is the way people experience and express themselves sexually. This involves biological, erotic, physical, emotional, social, or spiritual feelings and behaviors. Because it is a broad term, which has varied with historical contexts over time, it lacks a precise definition.
The biological and physical aspects of sexuality largely concern the human reproductive functions. This is a very insightful book about the evolutionary history of human sexuality, specifically in regards to sexual conflicts of interest, namely rape.
Considering the inflammatory nature of this subject matter, the authors make a great effort to clearly define and explain the evolutionary theory and interaction of biology and environment that /5. Buy Biological Bases of Sexual Behavior by Gordon Bermant online at Alibris.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bermant, Gordon. Biological bases of sexual behavior. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Document Type. THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR.
The three main elements biology contributes to human behavior are: 1) self-preservation; 2) the reason for self-preservation, reproduction; and 3) a method to enhance self-preservation and reproduction, greed.
I will discuss each in turn. SELF-PRESERVATION. Biological basis of sexual orientation STANFORD -- Research into the biological basis of sexual orientation "presents a clear double message.
Yes, genetics plays a part. Comparatively, when homosexual men are asked about their most recent sexual behaviors, more than a third (37%) report having had anal sex (Rosenberger et al., ).
Like heterosexual people, homosexual people engage in a variety of sexual behaviors, the most frequent being masturbation, romantic kissing, and oral sex (Rosenberger et al., ).
A basic goal of biologists is to explain observed variation at many levels, including observed differences between and within the sexes. 1 The biological underpinnings of sex differences are considerably more complex than it might at first seem.
In no species are “males” and “females” fully identical, despite huge variation in the logistics of sexual reproduction. (7) Here we must hasten to emphasize that by categorizing a behavior as "natural" and "biological" we do not in any way mean to imply that the behavior is justified or even inevitable.
Biological means "of or pertaining to life," so the word applies to every human feature and behavior. But to infer from that--as many of our critics assert that. Massive Study Finds No Single Genetic Cause of Same-Sex Sexual Behavior Analysis of half a million people suggests genetics may have a limited contribution to sexual.
Influences on human sexual behavior Biological factors in human sexuality John Bancroft Director, The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, Indiana University, Morrison HallBloomington, IN, E-mail: [email protected] is a label — male or female — that you’re assigned by a doctor at birth based on the genitals you’re born with and the chromosomes you have.
It goes on your birth certificate. Gender is much more complex: It’s a social and legal status, and set of expectations from society, about behaviors, characteristics, and thoughts.