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245 10 Social psychology of sexual interactions.|n19 Things You 
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520    Join leading social psychologists Roy Baumeister and 
       Dianne Tice to discover what decades of data reveal about 
       human sexuality. In this compelling audio series, renowned
       human behavior experts Roy Baumeister and Dianne Tice 
       unravel the mysteries surrounding one of humanity's most 
       talked about but least understood forms of social 
       interaction: sex. Playing the objective role of alien 
       scientists observing human beings from outer space, they 
       find patterns, puzzles, and paradoxes in how we make 
       sexual decisions. Drawing on social psychology and even 
       economics, they find new insights into age-old questions, 
       such as: -Do men really want to have sex more than women? 
       -Who is actually having lots of sex, and why? -How has the
       internet changed sexual behavior? -Why have so many 
       societies tried to stifle female sexuality? In 19 eye-
       opening lectures, Drs. Tice and Baumeister delve into 
       fascinating facts and findings to analyze human sexuality 
       as a form of social interaction. While their discussions 
       are strongly based in data about how mostly normal people 
       make sexual decisions, they also explore larger issues 
       about our sexual nature and motivations. This masterful 
       audio course will answer all the questions you were afraid
       to ask and help you better understand human sexuality from
       a scientific vantage. This course is part of the Learn25 
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