Normal Sexual Response

Taylor, R.W.
June 1975
British Medical Journal;6/7/1975, Vol. 2 Issue 5970, p543
Academic Journal
Examines the normal sexual response for male and female in Great Britain. Physiological response to sexual stimulation; Allocation on various phases of sexual stimulation; Description of the psychological responses towards sex.


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