Sue Carter builds on the Kinsey research legacy

Kinsey Institute Director Sue Carter is well-known for her research on the biology of reproductive behavior, bonding and social monogamy.

In a series of interviews this spring, she explains the fundamentals of how hormones, like oxytocin, influence parenting, stress, life-long bonding, and development. She also describes how the Kinsey institute is expanding the research agenda to respond to the critical questions of today, from sexual trauma to sexuality and longterm relationships.

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