PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF of Psychology, Yale University, New Haven Purpose and Methods. As used this article the term â â refers exclusively to the overt acts comprisg hetero copulation, to those contiguous reactions commonly designated as âcourtshipâ or âprecoital play,â and to a variety of non-copulatory responsessuch as those volved auto-erotic and homo activities. The references and discussionwhich follow have been assembledand organized an attempt to serve three purposes: (1) to brg together various neurological and endocrological data concerng the strictly physiological aspects of ; (2) to tegrate with these relatively clear-cut results of laboratory vestigation certa less defitive but equally important psychological fdgs reported by students of animal , by practical animal breeders and by clicians; and (3) to attempt to derive from this psycho-physiological potpourri a series of ter-species comparisons which may implement an evolutionary terpretation of human ity. Merely to list and summarize the physiological experiments would have been a comparatively simple task, whereas the terpolation of non-physiological evidence has proven very difficult, and the result leaves much to be desired as far as logical organization is concerned. Nevertheless preference to an annotated bibliography I have chosen to offer a complex and unavoidably complete survey
Physiological Reviews – The American Physiological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1947
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