William Masters was born in Cleveland, Ohio on December 27, 1915. He was a member of Alpha Delta Phi, and became a faculty member at Washington University in St. Louis. Masters met Johnson in 1957 when he hired her as a research assistant to undertake a comprehensive study of human sexuality. Masters divorced his first wife to marry Johnson in Cited by: 4236. William Masters and research assistant Virginia Johnson pioneered research on human sexuality. They observed participants in various sexual acts and identified four stages of sexual response. In addition, they treated a variety of sexual disfunctions. The two married and 3.9/5.
Human Sexual Response By William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson. early half a century ago, when I was an undergraduate student at the Johns Hopkins University, Dr. William Welch addressed the senior class on "Medicine as a Career." I remember his words, "Some of you are hesitant to take up medicine because you cringe from the sight of a. Dec 21, 2016 · Human Sexual Response 1st (first) Edition by William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson published by Little, Brown and Company (1966) on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.3.8/5(17).
Human Sexual Response by Masters, M.D., William H. & Virginia E. Johnson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com. Together they wrote numerous books about sex including Human Sexual Response, Human Sexual Inadequacy, The Pleasure Bond: A New Look at Sexuality and Commitment, Human Sexuality, Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving, Homosexuality in Perspective, and Crisis: Heterosexual Behavior in the Age of AIDS. She died on July 24, 2013 at the age 4/5(1).
William Masters and Virginia Johnson have been widely recognized for their contributions to sexual, psychological, and psychiatric research, particularly for their theory of a four-stage model of sexual response (also known as, the human sexual response cycle) and their study of sexual response among the elderly. Numbered among their awards are. Oct 15, 2011 · In the 1960s, William Masters and Virginia Johnson observed and measured women and men engaging in sexual activities in a laboratory setting, and reported their research in the book “Human Sexual Response.” The Masters and Johnson model outlined four stages of physiological arousal: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.