Studies in the Psychology of Sex is a multiple volume text written by the British physician Henry Havelock Ellis, who has been an influential force in the psychoanalysis studies through his introduction of notions such as auto-eroticism, and narcissism.
The first textbook on homosexuality has been co-authored by him, which deals with transgender psychology. Among his numerous publications, notable are Sexual Selection in Man, The World of Dreams, The Problem of Race-Regeneration, and Love and Marriage.
This volume explores three studies which are mandatory for the analysis of the sexual instinct; The outlines of complex emotional state; The facts and evidences from widely different regions; The more cautious attitude of broader view of the phenomena.
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