The Journal of Sex Research

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The Journal of Sex Research

Editor's Choice, Most Downloaded Articles and Biegel Award Winners

Editor's Choice

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeYear
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Combination Behavioral Interventions Co-Targeting Psychosocial Syndemics and HIV-Related Health Behaviors for Sexual Minority MenDavid W. Pantalone, Kimberly M. Nelson, Abigail W. Batchelder, Christopher Chiu, Hamish A. Gunn & Keith J. Horvath572020
Geosocial Networking Application Use, Characteristics of App-Met Sexual Partners, and Sexual Behavior Among Sexual and Gender Minority Adolescents Assigned Male at BirthKathryn Macapagal, Ashley Kraus, David A. Moskowitz & Jeremy Birnholtz562019
Untangling the Porn Web: Creating an Organizing Framework for Pornography Research Among CouplesBrian Willoughby, Nathan Leonhardt & Rachel Augustus562019
Delineating the Boundaries between Nonmonogamy and Infidelity: Bringing Consent Back Into Definitions of Consensual Nonmonogamy With Latent Profile AnalysisForrest Hangen, Dev Crasta & Ronald D. Rogge562019
Are We Blinded by Desire? Relationship Motivation and Sexual Risk-Taking Intentions during Condom NegotiationShayna Skakoon-Sparling & Kenneth M. Cramer562019

Most Downloaded Articles

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeYear
I’ll Show You Mine so You’ll Show Me Yours: Motivations and Personality Variables in Photographic ExhibitionismFlora Oswald, Alex Lopes, Kaylee Skoda, Cassandra L. Hesse & Cory L. Pedersen562019
Women’s Orgasm and Sexual Satisfaction in Committed Sex and Casual Sex: Relationship Between Sociosexuality and Sexual Outcomes in Different Sexual ContextsVal Wongsomboon, Mary H. Burleson & Gregory D. Webster562019
Surveying Pornography Use: A Shaky Science Resting on Poor Measurement FoundationsTaylor Kohut, Rhonda N. Balzarini, William A. Fisher, Joshua B. Grubbs, Lorne Campbell & Nicole Prause562019
Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes of Violence Against Women and Girls in Lower-Income Countries: A Review of ReviewsRose Grace Grose, Julia S. Chen, Katherine A. Roof, Sharon Rachel & Kathryn M. Yount572020
Making and Communicating Decisions About Sexual Consent During Drug-Involved Sex: A Thematic SynthesisLauren A. Smith, Katerina Z. Kolokotroni & Tamara Turner-Moore572020

Beigel Award Winners

The Hugo G. Beigel Award for the best paper published in The Journal of Sex Research is named for the first editor of JSR, and promotes and rewards research excellence in sexual science. Granted annually, the award is adjudicated by the journal’s editor and six associate editors, who each read every article published throughout the year and vote on the winner. Recent winners include:

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeYear
Not All Orgasms Were Created Equal: Differences in Frequency and Satisfaction of Orgasm Experiences by Sexual Activity in Same-Sex Versus Mixed-Sex RelationshipsKaren L. Blair, Jaclyn Cappell & Caroline F. Pukall552018
Sexual Quality of Life and Aging: A Prospective Study of a Nationally Representative SampleMiriam K. Forbes, Nicholas R. Eaton & Robert F. Krueger542017
What Keeps Passion Alive? Sexual Satisfaction Is Associated With Sexual Communication, Mood Setting, Sexual Variety, Oral Sex, Orgasm, and Sex Frequency in a National U.S. StudyDavid A. Frederick, Janet Lever, Brian Joseph Gillespie & Justin R. Garcia542017
Is Pornography Really about “Making Hate to Women”? Pornography Users Hold More Gender Egalitarian Attitudes Than Nonusers in a Representative American SampleTaylor Kohut, Jodie L. Baer & Brendan Watts532016
A Noncausal Relation Between Casual Sex in Adolescence and Early Adult Depression and Suicidal Ideation: A Longitudinal Discordant Twin StudyArielle R. Deutsch & Wendy S. Slutske522015
A New Standard of Sexual Behavior? Are Claims Associated With the “Hookup Culture” Supported by General Social Survey Data?Martin A. Monto & Anna G. Carey512014
Pornography Actresses: An Assessment of the Damaged Goods HypothesisJames D. Griffith , Sharon Mitchell , Christian L. Hart , Lea T. Adams & Lucy L. Gu502013
Sexual Practices and the Duration of Last Heterosexual Encounter: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and RelationshipsAnthony M. A. Smith , Kent Patrick , Wendy Heywood , Marian K. Pitts , Juliet Richters , Julia M. Shelley , Judy M. Simpson & Richard Ryall492012
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