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by Helen Singer Kaplan
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    Helen Singer Kaplan
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Kaplan, Helen Singer, 1929-. Includes bibliographies.

She was 66. The cause was cancer, her family said. She was noted for her efforts to combine some of the insights and techniques of psychoanalysis with behavioral methods. She agreed with others in the field that sexual difficulties often had superficial origins.

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Gianotten, Woet . et al.

periods of increased well-being and that women who did not report changes in their sense of well-being reported little change in sexual desire (Warner & Bancroft, 1988) Recent studies have shown that the expression of sexual desire is the basic ingredient in pair-bonding, which is an essential social unit of all kinship structures, cultures, and societies (Fisher, 1982; Fisher et a. 2002). Hormone levels, especially T-levels, play an important role in pair-bonding. New York: Oxford University Press. Gianotten, Woet .

Treating Out of Control Sexual Behavior: Rethinking Sex Addiction. Douglas Braun-Harvey.