KI Director Sue Carter talks about her research focus on relationships and its impact on the Kinsey Institute.
We are pleased to announce the 2016 John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology has been jointly awarded to Ruby Daily of Northwestern University and Demetrios Psihopaidas of the University of Southern California. Read more about this year's fellows and their research »
Dr. John Gagnon was a major intellectual force in the sociology of sex, responsible with William Simon for the theory of sex scripting, and a staff member of the Institute for Sex Research under director Paul Gebhard from 1959-68. Read about Dr. Gagnon's 2009 visit to the Kinsey Institute »
New research from Kinsey Institute scientists, the inaugural CAHI/Kinsey Institute fellow, our valued volunteers, The Danish Girl, and more »
KI researchers Dr. Tierney Lorenz and Dr. Virginia Vitzthum working with a sample of Bolivian women tracked markers for heart disease risk and found dramatic changes over the ovulation cycle in sexually active premenopausal women. Published in Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health »
Dr. Sanders was selected for achieving local, national and international distinction in both teaching and research. Read more »
Dr. Sue Carter joined Lisa Cantrell's "An Inexact Science" podcast to talk about romantic love and mate choice. Listen to the podcast here »
Men in the study having erection problems with condoms exhibited other erection difficulties as well. Investigators also found that more than one-third of participants had never been taught how to use a condom correctly. Journal of Sexual Medicine, DOI:10.1111/jsm.12964
KI Director Dr. Sue Carter is part of a research team that has identified a blood marker that may help clinicians identify which new mothers are at highest risk of developing postpartum depression (PPD).
Dr. Justin Garcia and co-authors found less than half of cultures surveyed participate in romantic–sexual kissing. The more socially complex the culture, the higher frequency of kissing. Read the study »
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