1. Measurement memo I: Updated practices in psychological measurement for sexual scientists
  2. John K. Sakaluk, Alexandra N. Fisher
  3. pp. 84-92
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  1. Swiping for the right reasons: Approach and avoidance goals are associated with actual and perceived dating success on Tinder
  2. Julieta Strugo, Amy Muise
  3. pp. 93-104
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  1. "I can see you": The impact of implied social presence on visual attention to erotic and neutral stimuli in men and women
  2. Sonia Milani, Lori A. Brotto, Alan Kingstone
  3. pp. 105-119
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  1. More than one flavour: University students' specific sexual fantasies, interests, and experiences
  2. Pari-Gole Noorishad, Enya Levaque, E. Sandra Byers, Krystelle Shaughnessy
  3. pp. 143-158
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  1. Heritage and mainstream acculturation's association with sexual response in young Chinese men and women in Canada
  2. Silvain S. Dang, Paul L. Hewitt, Lori A. Brotto
  3. pp. 159-176
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  1. Sex dreams: Gender, erotophilia, and sociosexuality as predictors of content, valence, and frequency
  2. Amira Hmidan, Angela D. Weaver
  3. pp. 177-189
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  1. "You're a virgin? Really!?": A qualitative study of emerging adult female virgins' experiences of disclosure
  2. Melissa A. Fuller, Marie-Aude Boislard, Mylène Fernet
  3. pp. 190-202
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  1. Sadomasochistic erotica and the sexual response cycle: Insights from the Eunuch Archives
  2. Elisabetta E. L. Piccolo, Thomas W. Johnson, Richard J. Wassersug
  3. pp. 203-214
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  1. Asserting sexual (dis)interest: How do women's capabilities differ?
  2. Laura Bouchard, Terry P. Humphreys
  3. pp. 226-241
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