8 edition of Who"s Been Sleeping in Your Head found in the catalog.
February 4, 2008
by Perseus Books Group
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head.: In the largest study ever undertaken on sexual fantasy, world-renowned psychotherapist and researcher Brett Kahr reveals the astonishing truths behind secrecy, shame, and taboo in this groundbreaking book based on surveys of 23, men and women from eighteen to ninety years of age.3/5(7).
It’s a weak ending, just as the beginning was hurried and filled with tangents. Parts Three and Four are the obvious focus of the book, with Part Three being where the meat is, so to speak. Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Head does not need five hundred pages; its beginning and ending parts could have been honed to one hard hitting chapter each.
The data from the project could have been morphed into. However, unlike Kinseys books, which were almost unreadably dense and data-driven, Whos Been Sleeping in Your Head.
features narrative accounts of sexual fantasies and the authors own insightful interpretations of how those fantasies affect our lives/5(). Who's been sleeping in your head?: the secret world of sexual fantasies. [Brett Kahr] -- Presents and analyzes the results of a study of the sexual fantasies of o men and women of all ages, discussing stories of specific individuals, the role of fantasy in waking life, and the.
Who's been sleeping in your head: the secret world of sexual fantasies. [Brett Kahr] -- In the largest study ever undertaken on sexual fantasy, world-renowned psychotherapist and researcher Brett Kahr reveals the astonishing truths behind secrecy, shame, and taboo in this groundbreaking.
Review of "Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Head" by Brett Kahr This book can essentially be divided into two parts – one was interesting and one wasn't. Dr Kahr decided to do a study which he referred to a "Kinsey of the Mind" study. Why do so many of us have active and sometimes eccentric imaginations, and what do our sexual fantasies tell us about ourselves and society.
In his book Sex and the Psyche, psychotherapist Brett Kahr has undertaken the largest ever survey of British sexual fantasies and arrived at the fullest possible picture of our innermost sexual selves.
In this unique event, actors will read from. As other reviewers have rightly pointed out, if you have any doubt that your sexual fantasies may be odd, if not `perverted' and, mostly, that you are the only one to have them, Brett Kahr's Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head will no doubt comfort you/5(11).
This collection of sophomoric verse from McNaughton (Preston's Goal, p. etc.) isn't so much wicked as mean—"He's such a sweet pup,/I could eat him right up—/We'll have him tonight in the stew!"—and not so much playground-subversive as just plain dumb: "If I was a bird,/My wings I would spread,/I'd swoop over you/And plop on your head!"Author: Colin Mcnaughton.
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it's been a long long time since I've read these books but in the past few years I've been making an attempt to re-read as many as possible for nostalgic purposes ♥ I think what made this one so creepy (and what made so many of the kiddie /5.
Title: Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head: The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, 9 X 6 X in Shipping dimensions: pages, 9 X 6 X in Published: January 1, Publisher: Hachette Book Group Language: English.
Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies by Brett Kahr. ebook. and taboo in this groundbreaking book based on surveys of 23, men and women from eighteen to ninety years of age.
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In Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head: The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies author Brett Kahr seeks to reveal our deepest sexual fantasies.
He also seeks to answer a /5. Whos Been Sleeping in Your Head by Brett Kahr,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). However, unlike Kinsey's books, which were almost unreadably dense and data-driven, Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head.
features narrative accounts of sexual fantasies and the author's own insightful interpretations of how those fantasies affect our lives. Promotional Information. Who's Been Sleeping In Your Head. The Secret World of Sexual Fantasies. About the Author. Brett Kahr is Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Psychotherapy and Mental Health at the Centre for Child Mental Health in London and is a Visiting Clinician and Lecturer at the famed Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology/5().
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