Dimensions of Human Sexuality
The sixth edition of Dimensions of Human Sexuality reflects the latest research in human sexuality, with its organization and coverage streamlined to meet the needs of today’s sexuality courses. In addition to a revised organization, the new edition features new end-of-chapter pedagogy geared to foster students’ critical thinking skills, and coverage of sexual orientation has been enhanced throughout the text.
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