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What were some possible weaknesses in their approach? If you were to conduct this study today, how would you do it differently?

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What were some possible weaknesses in their approach? If you were to conduct this study today, how would you do it differently?

Evaluating Masters` and Johnson`s

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Evaluate Masters` and Johnson‘s (1966) proposed theory of what physiological events occur during sexual arousal. When discussing their study, be sure to evaluate their research methods. What were some possible weaknesses in their approach? If you were to conduct this study today, how would you do it differently? Design your revision of their study.
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Evaluating Masters` and Johnson`sResearch on Human Sexuality(Name of Student)(Course)(Date of Submission)Evaluating Masters` and Johnson`s Research on Human SexualityHuman sexuality as a subject matter in public articles, films and academic researches usually obtains upheaval of different reactions and comments from the crowd, especially from those who regard sexuality as a sensitive and conservative matter. In the past centuries, sexuality as a topic in scientific studies was considered to be culturally and morally pervasive (Foucault, 1990). In the academic world, research methods with regards to human sexuality and other behavioral practices were contained in the strict objective measures of scientific framework (Morrow, 2008). Today, studies concerning sexuality are being welcomed by both the academic and the social world. Human sexuality is now being studied in a larger framework considering not only its biological component but also the sociological, cultural, and psychological factors affecting it (Fuhrmann and Buhi, 2009). In this paper, the need to shift from a purely biological and objective research to a more holistic approach on sexual behavior will be shown by evaluating Masters` and Johnson`s (1966) studies on human sexuality, its phases and functions. The works of Masters and Johnson (1966) were on the subject of humans` physiological state during sexual acts. In summary, Masters and Johnson enumerated four progressive phases which they claimed to be generally experienced by humans during the sexual act such as “the excitement phase, the plateau phase, the orgasmic phase and the resolution phase” (Masters and Johnson, 1966, 4). By observing their research participants who were mostly recruited university staff (see Bancroft, 2009), Masters and Johnson proposed in their book Human Sexual Response (1966) the difference betwe...

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