We are a team of researchers, part of the Research Group identified as CTS261-Psicofisiología Clínica y Promoción de la Salud from University of Granada (Spain). We are interested in the study of different sexual health dimensions: sexual attitudes, desire, arousal, subjective orgasm experience, sexual satisfaction, sexual assertiveness, sexual fantasies, sexual double standard, masturbation, etc.
For 30 years, our research has revolved around men and women's sexual behaviour, with the goal of identifying the key to a healthy and pleasurable sexuality.
Special Issue "Sexual Functioning, Sexual Satisfaction and Health"
We encourage researchers in human sexuality to submit their manuscripts on sexual functioning, sexual satisfaction, and its relation to health. Studies on sexual desire, sexual arousal, orgasm, and sexual satisfaction are welcome, along with as those on sexual diversity or with populations of different ages (young people, adults, or the elderly), as well as instrumental studies that present instruments for assessing sexual functioning and satisfaction. Presentations can be in the form of original articles, brief reports, or critical reviews (systematic reviews and meta-analyses).