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Kinsey Institute Researchers Present at Conferences
This fall, faculty and graduate assistants presented their research at two major sex research and public health conferences.
Several of the institute's research fellows and affiliated faculty also presented, including Brian Dodge, J. Dennis Fortenberry, Heather Hoffman, Robin R. Milhausen, Zoë Peterson, Michael Reece, and William Yarber.
The American Public Health Association (APHA, apha.org)
The American Public Health Association is the oldest and most diverse organization of public health professionals in the world and the annual meeting attracts more than 13,000 health professionals.
Impact of combined hormonal contraceptive use on women's sexual functioning. Nicole Smith, MPH, CHES , Kristen Jozkowski, MS , Stephanie Sanders, PhD. This study was widely reported in the media.
An assessment of heterosexual college students' conceptualizations of sexual consent as a mechanism to reduce rates of sexual assault. Kristen Jozkowski,MS, Zoë Peterson, PhD, Stephanie Sanders, PhD, Michael Reece, PhD.
The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS, sexscience.org)
The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about sexuality. SSSS brings together an interdisciplinary group of professionals who believe in the importance of both the production of quality research and the clinical, educational, and social applications of research related to all aspects of sexuality.
The theme for the 2011 Annual Meeting, November 3-6, 2011, was "Coming Together: Integrating Sexuality Theory, Research, and Practice."
Condoms and College-aged Men and Women: Briefly Assessing Attitudes Toward Condoms and General Condom Use Behaviors – Brandon J Hill, BA; Erick Amick, MA, MPH; Stephanie A. Sanders, PhD
NAFSO PLENARY: Sexual Pleasure as a Critical Aspect of Understanding and Researching Sexual Health,
Debby Herbenick, PhD
(Dr. Herbenick is the Kinsey Institute's Health & Sexuality Educator, and Associate Director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University.)
Condom Use Errors and Problems in Heterosexual Men Reporting Condom Associated Erection Problems (CAEP) - Brandon J Hill, BA; Kara N Ingelhart, BA; Erick Janssen, PhD; Stephanie A Sanders, PhD
The Effects of Alcohol and Arousal Control Instructions on Physiological Vaginal Responding, Self-Reported Sexual Arousal, and Mood - Kelly Forrest Kajumulo, MPH, William H George, PhD, Kelly C Davis, PhD, Julia R Heiman, PhD, Jeanette Norris, PhD, Susan A Stoner, PhD, Rebecca L Schacht, PhD, Christian S Hendershot, PhD
The Effects of Alcohol on Self-Regulation of Sexual Arousal in Sexually Compulsive Men - Erick Janssen, PhD, Heather Hoffmann, PhD, Molly Wilson, BA, & David Goodrich, MA
What Is “Sex” Between Women? The Behavioral Constituents of Sex Identified by Women Who Have Sex with Women - Vanessa Schick, PhD; Joshua Rosenberger MPH; Debby Herbenick, PhD, MPH; Stephanie Sanders, PhD; Michael Reece, PhD, MPH
A Path Model of Women’s Subjective Orgasm Expectations and Goals Related to Satisfaction - Sofia Jawed-Wessel & Kristen Mark (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Stephanie Sanders)
Real-time Processing of Orientation-Congruent and Orientation-Incongruent Stimuli in Heterosexual Men: Dynamic and Time-Series Analyses of Visual Attention, Affect and Sexual Arousal - Lelia Samson (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Erick Janssen)
Negative Affect and Alcohol Use as Predictors of Two Kinds of Sexual Risk-taking: A Study of Young Men from Urban STD Clinics - ZoŽ D Peterson, PhD; Emily A Silverman, MA; Erick Janssen, PhD; David Goodrich, MS; Julia R Heiman, PhD
The Impact of Combined Hormonal Contraceptive Use on Women’s Sexual Desire, Arousal, & Enjoyment - Kristen Jozkowski, PhD, Nicole Smith, MPH; Stephanie Sanders, PhD
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