International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science- Cambridge, England
August 14, 2010
By Sallie Hunt with the assistance of Shane W. Kraus
, California State University, Fresno, Shane W. Kraus
, Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, recently presented their research findings at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Science in Cambridge, United Kingdom.Title: 1) Examining the Relationship between Erotic Disruption during the Latency Period and the Use of Sexually Explicit Material, Online Sexual Behaviors, and Sexual Dysfunctions in Young Adulthood and 2) Erotic Disruption during Latency: Exploring Predictors of Sexual Behavior in Young AdulthoodDescription: 1) Using Sigmund Freud’s theoretical prism of latency, we sought to ascertain whether an absence of erotic arousal during middle childhood is fundamentally essential for healthy psychosexual development. 2) In this paper, the authors sought to examine the relationship between erotic disruption during latency and sexual behavior in young adulthood.
Stream: Psychology, Cognitive Science and the Behavioural Sciences
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