Masters And Johnson: Researchers Discuss Sex In Marriage Dr. William Masters argues that "the greatest mistake that most of us make is to think that sex is just intercourse." He and his research partner Virginia Johnson discuss attitudes towards sex.
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Marital Misconceptions About Sex, According To Masters And Johnson

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Marital Misconceptions About Sex, According To Masters And Johnson

Marital Misconceptions About Sex, According To Masters And Johnson

Marital Misconceptions About Sex, According To Masters And Johnson

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Dr. William Masters argues that "the greatest mistake that most of us make is to think that sex is just intercourse." He and his research partner Virginia Johnson discuss marital attitudes towards sex.

The third interview from a five-part series by NPR's Susan Stamberg.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on February 5, 1975.

The digital preservation of this audio has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.