The Effects of Depression on Sexual Behavior: Preliminary Results of Research
In an examination of the literature on sexology the small amount of data available on the relationship between human sexual behavior and depression becomes obvious. This is not just our personal point of view but one shared by other writers who have attempted a synthesis on the area in question (Renshaw et al., in press).
KeywordsSexual Behavior Sexual Intercourse Sexual Dysfunction Marital Relationship Erectile Response
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