Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality
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|Edited by||Original editor, David S. Hall, later Peter B. Anderson|
|Founded in 1998|
David S. Hall, PhD, for the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality (USA)
|Electron. J. Hum. Sex.|
Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality was a Peer Reviewed scholarly journal that publishes articles, dissertations, theses, posters, and other academic materials about all aspects of human sexuality. It was published by David S. Hall for the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, San Francisco, beginning in 1998 and produced its final issue in 2014, with 17 volumes in total. It remains available online. The founder and original Senior Editor of the journal was David S. Hall and later the Senior Editor was Peter B. Anderson.
- Official Site for Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality
- Official Site of the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality
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