Boyhood sexual experiences with older males: using the Internet for behavioral research.

@article{Riegel2009BoyhoodSE,
  title={Boyhood sexual experiences with older males: using the Internet for behavioral research.},
  author={David L Riegel},
  journal={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2009},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={626-30}
}
Empirical research into the sexuality of children goes back many decades and, in the past, it has been possible to interview children directly in both clinical and non-clinical settings (Bender & Blau, 1937; Sandfort, 1987). Retrospective surveys of childhood sexual experiences have also been conducted in college introductory courses in the social sciences (see, e.g., Rind, Bauserman, & Tromovitch, 1998). 

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