Kinsey Couples Study. An International Study of the Sexuality of Women and Men. Bayer Healthcare. Funded December 2006. Amount: $134,000. Investigators: Julia Heiman & Scott Long.
Kinsey Replication: Phase 1. (The foundation funding this research has asked that their name be kept confidential.) Amount: $361,818 (total costs). October 1, 2004-September 30, 2005. Investigators: J. Bancroft, J. Heiman, J.S. Long & J.K. Martin. A multi-method (i.e., internet survey, face-to-face interview & computer assisted personal interview) of 300 Indiana residents to establish the optimal methodology for a multi-year replication of the original Kinsey Studies of sexual behavior in the U.S.
Bancroft, J., Loftus, J., & Long, J. S., 2003, Distress about sex: A national survey of women in
heterosexual relationships. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 32(3), 193-208.
Bancroft, J., Janssen, E., Strong, D., Carnes, L. & Long J. S., 2003, Sexual risk taking in gay men: The relevance of sexual arousability, mood, and sensation seeking. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 32(6), 555-572.
Bancroft, J., Janssen, E, Strong, D., Vukadinovic, Z., & Long, J. S., 2003, The relation between mood and
sexuality in heterosexual men. Archives of Sexual Behavior 32: 217-230.
Bancroft, J., Janssen, E, Carnes, L, Strong, D. A., Goodrich, D., & Long, J. S., 2005, Sexual activity and risk taking in young heterosexual men: The relevance of personality factors. Journal of Sex Research.
McCabe, J., J. Bancroft and J.S. Long, working paper, Sexual well-being: a comparison of black and white women in heterosexual relationships.