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Sexologists

Oct 4, 2013 — William Masters and Virginia Johnson became famous in the 1960s for their research into the physiology of human sexuality. In Masters of Sex, biographer Thomas Maier explores the duo's research methods, which for years remained shrouded in secrecy. Originally broadcast July 30, 2013.
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Jul 30, 2013 — William Masters and Virginia Johnson became famous in the 1960s for their research into the physiology of human sexuality. In Masters of Sex, biographer Thomas Maier explores the duo's research methods, which for years remained shrouded in secrecy.
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May 10, 2005 — Meg Wolitzer's new novel, The Position, is about a 1970s couple who write a Joy of Sex-style book, complete with illustrations of them making love. Their lives — and those of their children, who get their hands on the book — are never quite the same afterward.
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Nov 7, 2004 — A novel by T.C. Boyle and a new film starring Liam Neeson both explore the personal life of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, who became famous in the 1940s and 1950s for his research into human sexual behavior. Tom Vitale reports.
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