Clitoris, the unknown: what do postgraduate students of educational sciences know about reproductive physiology and anatomy?

  title={Clitoris, the unknown: what do postgraduate students of educational sciences know about reproductive physiology and anatomy?},
  author={Georgios Ampatzidis and Despoina Georgakopoulou and Georgia Kapsi},
  journal={Journal of Biological Education},
  pages={254 - 263}
ABSTRACT Students around the world demonstrate a limited conceptual understanding of sexual reproduction. A lack of understanding of how the human reproductive system works has been linked with risks such as sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies. Our focus in this paper is to explore the level of knowledge of reproductive physiology and anatomy among postgraduate students of educational sciences. Administering a questionnaire to 65 educational sciences postgraduate students… 
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