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Studies in the psychology of sex / by Havelock Ellis
Bib ID 4802411
Format BookBook
Author
Ellis, Havelock, 1859-1939
 
Edition 3rd ed., rev. and enl. 
Description Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Co., 1920-1928 
7v. ; 23 cm. 
Full contents
  • Contents: v.1. The Evolution of modesty, The Phenomena of sexual periodicity, Auto-erotism
  • v.2. Sexual inversion
  • v.3. Analysis of the sexual impulse, Love and pain, The Sexual impulse in women
  • v.4. Sexual selection in man
  • v.5. Erotic symbolism, The Mechanism of detumescence, The Psychic state in pregnancy
  • v.6. Sex in relation to society
  • v.7. Eonism and other supplementary studies.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographic references and indexes.

Subjects Sex.  |  Sex (Psychology)  |  Sexual ethics.  |  Sexual instinct.

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