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Wiedeman, G.H. (1974). Homosexuality, a Survey. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 22:651-696.

(1974). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 22:651-696

Homosexuality, a Survey

George H. Wiedeman, M.D.

THE PERIOD FOLLOWING World War II, especially the sixties, produced a veritable flood of publications on various aspects of sexuality and homosexuality. A recently published annotated bibliography (Weinberg & Bell, 1972) contains 1,265 English-language titles of articles, books, doctoral theses, etc., on homosexuality written between 1940 and 1968. These have their source in a variety of disciplines—psychology, sociology, psychiatry, physiology, and anthropology; yet, as the editors of the volume state, the research pertaining to homosexuality lacks coordination; members of one discipline are frequently unaware of the research conducted in other disciplines and, at times, utilize material from another scientific field that is antiquated, primitive, or simply misunderstood.

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