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This study investigated why older brothers, which increase the odds of homosexuality in later-born males who are right-handed, have no effect or the opposite effect on later-born males who are non-right-handed. The specific question was whether the different results for the non-right-handed men...
Little is known about why individuals vary in their levels of sexual desire. Information processing models, like Barlow’s ( Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 54:140–148, 1986) model of sexual functioning, suggest that individuals with higher sexual desire attend more and respond...
An investigation of the Sexual Self-Consciousness Scale (SSCS) is reported that aims to measure individual variability with regard to the construct of self-consciousness as experienced in sexual situations. The construct relates to the attentional-capacity model of sexual arousal. Sexual...
This study tested the prediction, based on prior research, that non-right-handed homosexual men will report fewer than expected older brothers. Participants were 2486 heterosexual and homosexual, right-handed and non-right-handed, male and female adults, representing five samples collected for...
This study, following Camperio-Ciani, Corna, and Capiluppi ((2004), Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, 271 , 2217–2221) aimed to examine the familial history of male homosexuality, and test the so-called “fertile female” hypothesis for this trait in a...
The present study examined the effects of hypermasculinity and exposure to male gender role violations on antigay anger and aggression. Participants were 148 heterosexual men who were randomly assigned to view either a male-male or a male-female erotic video. Participants completed a measure of...
Research on developmental risk factors for sexual offending against children is inherently difficult. Although there are numerous studies in the area, methodological problems are often not given sufficient attention in the design and interpretation of research. Despite the large number of...
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